“I can’t thank you enough for my experience at GMC. I have already been using a multitude of skills that I learned there.” Keith Kreischer ’09, Park Manager – Windham Mountain Resort

  • Accelerated program leading to a B.S. – Resort and Hospitality Management in 3 years.
  • Trimester schedule (12 weeks of course work plus final exam).
  • Fall and spring terms are traditional course schedules.
  • The winter term is devoted to management development through co-ops and internships.
  • Students may complete their internship either in the summer between the second and third year, or during the winter of the senior year.
  • Course loads are balanced each term with a mixture of liberal arts, supporting and RHM courses.
  • Students progress through the program as a single cohort.
  • Transfer students are enrolled at the beginning of any term.

KSRM Courses by year 

RHM = Resort & Hospitality Management

First year

RHM 1525 – Intro to Resort Operations (fall)

RHM 1425 – Financial Accounting and MIS (fall)

RHM 1375 – Human Resource Management (fall)

RHM 1050 – Co-Op I (front or back – at Killington) (winter)

RHM 1125 – Principles of Resort Marketing (spring)

RHM 1475 – Budgets and Managerial Accounting (spring)

Second Year

RHM 1550 – Food & Beverage Management (fall)

RHM 1425 – Marketing Research (fall)

RHM 2125 – Retail Management (fall)

RHM 2050 – Co-Op II (back or front – at Killington) (winter)

RHM 3275 – Lodging Operations (spring)

RHM 3225 – Hospitality Law (spring)

BUS 2045 – New Venture Development (spring)

CMJ 2025 – Professional Communications (spring)

Third Year (graduating) 

RHM 2175 – Events Planning (fall)

RHM 3220 – Organizational Leadership (fall)

RHM 3050 – Internship (student choice of location) (winter)

RHM 3295 – Strategy & Policy (spring)

RHM 3275 – Green Development (zoning, regulations) (spring)

RHM 3050 – student can enroll for two (2) more internships OR two free electives (fall and/or spring)

 

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