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    Online Bachelor of Science Degree in Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Management

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Institutional Membership(s): None Program Membership(s): None PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Bachelor's degree - Bachelor's Enrollment: 999 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: E-mail, Postal, Voice, Video, WWW Subject: Business, Mangement, Marketing, and Related Support Services METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through videotape

    Supplemental delivery formats include videotape

     
    DESCRIPTION
    The HRIM curriculum consists of liberal arts, business, and specialized courses in technical applications for the hotel, restaurant, and related industries. Theory and skill-based courses are enhanced by an emphasis on practical work experience. Students who successfully complete this program earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management.
    SPECIAL ENROLLMENT ISSUES
    Students are required to complete a one-week on-campus resident management institute (Practicum II) at the University of Delaware's Newark, Delaware campus.

    Hospitality-Related Work Experience:
    Students who are seeking the degree and who are not currently employed in the hotel, restaurant or hospitality industry will be expected to document a minimum of 800 hours of work-related experience in the hospitality industry prior to participation in the Hospitality Management Institute and/or before graduation.
    TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
    N/A
    ACCESS TO LEARNING RESOURCES
    The University of Delaware Library gathers, organizes, preserves and provides access to the information resources necessary for the University of Delaware to achieve its educational, research and service goals. The University of Delaware Library, through its collections, services and staff, is an essential and vital component in the intellectual life of the University of Delaware. Rapid technological advances in the area of information storage, retrieval and delivery are making it possible to expand access to a world of information beyond the Library's walls. By providing optimum access to information regardless of its location, the Library supports the teaching and research missions of the University of Delaware in new and enhanced ways. The University of Delaware Library consists of the Morris Library, which is the main library, and four Branch Libraries: the Agriculture Library in Townsend Hall (temporarily housed in the Morris Library during renovation of Townsend Hall from June 1, 1998 for approximately 18 months), the Chemistry Library in Brown Lab, the Physics Library in Sharp Lab, and the Marine Studies Library in Lewes, Delaware. All individuals have walk-in access to the Morris Library and Branch Libraries. The University of Delaware provides access to a wide variety of electronic resources on more than 100 computer workstations located throughout the Morris Library and Branch Libraries. A vast number of these electronic resources are also available to University of Delaware students, faculty and staff via the University of Delaware computing network, accessible in residence halls, classrooms, offices and at home. The Library provides access to DELCAT, the online catalog of library collections, and provides access to more than 70 Library Networked Databases including bibliographic and full text information. The Library provides access to the complete World Wide Web, which contains millions of links to Web sites throughout the world. To assist users in navigating the World Wide Web, the Library has created more than 90 subject Web pages in academic disciplines. Each subject Web page includes a "Guide to Internet Resources" section which point to a selection of some of the best Web sites in each subject area. The "Guide to Internet Resources" is accessible to all users via the Library Web.
    ACCESS TO FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES
    The University of Delaware awards more than $53 million annually in aid. Our commitment to making a University of Delaware education affordable is seen in our reasonable tuition for in-state and out-of-state students and in our variety of scholarships, financial aid programs, and financing plans. Merit Scholarships. Freshman applicants who are outstanding academically may be eligible for academic scholarships awarded solely on the basis of merit without regard to financial need. All freshman applicants whose applications for Fall admission are complete by January 15, 2000 will be automatically reviewed for academic scholarships. Unless requested, you do not need to send us additional information or a separate application. The University of Delaware offers an unusually larger number of academic scholarships. Included within our scholarship portfolio are the Eugene du Pont Memorial Distinguished Scholar Awards, 10-12 full scholarships, including tuition, room & board, and books, for entering freshmen. The University is also a sponsor of National Merit and National Achievement Scholars. Scholarship-quality athletes are generally identified by our coaches, who recruit on the basis of athletic skill. You may apply for a music scholarship by calling the Music department at (302) 831-2577 and arranging an appointment for an audition. Scholarship audition dates are December 4, 1999, January 22 and February 12 and 26, 2000. Music department scholarships are generally reserved for music majors and minors (although exceptions may be made for students playing certain instruments.) In addition, the Music Merit Program provides private study opportunities for other qualified students who wish to study applied music. Additional scholarships exist at the University of Delaware for the following applicants:
    Delaware Residents
    Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships for Transfer Students (there are no other academic scholarships for new transfer students)
    Honors Program Students
    Army or Air Force ROTC Participants
    Offspring of a University of Delaware Graduate
    And, for freshmen entering certain academic programs, such as: Agriculture and Natural Resources; Art; Chemistry and Biochemistry; Engineering, including the RISE program; Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management; Human Resources, Education and Public Policy, including the ASPIRE program; Mathematical Sciences; Medical Technology; Music; Nutritional Sciences; Business and Economics; and majors in the arts and humanities.

    Need-based Aid
    Universities typically distinguish between aid based on demonstrated financial need and aid based solely on academic ability or special talents without regard to financial need. Aid based on financial need, as demonstrated by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that the student files, is "need-based aid."
    To apply for need-based aid, file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1, 2000. Use the institutional code for the University of Delaware: 001431. We strongly recommend filing the FAFSA by February 1, especially for students who want an early notification of the financial aid award. A new FAFSA must be filed for each subsequent year.
    Please note that Federal and University financial assistance is available only to U.S. citizens or permanent residents

    SPECIAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

    Students are required to complete a one-week on-campus resident management institute (Practicum II) at the University of Delaware's Newark, Delaware campus.

     
    SPECIAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
    Hospitality-Related Work Experience:
    Students who are seeking the degree and who are not currently employed in the hotel, restaurant or hospitality industry will be expected to document a minumum of 800 hours of work-related experience in the hospitality industry prior to participation in the Hospitality Management Insitute and/or before graduation.
    ACCESS TO ADVISING/MENTORING SERVICES
    Continuing Education students are advised by the ACCESS Center in the Division of Continuing Education.
    Matriculated students are assigned an advisor in the Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management Department.
    SPECIAL TRANSFER POLICIES
    The University of Delaware accepts baccalaureate credits from institutions that are fully accredited by the appropriate regional accrediting association. This determination is made only at the time of formal application to the University. Credits, completed with a grade of "C" or higher, must be applicable to a degree program offered by the University of Delaware.
    SPECIAL ENROLLMENT ISSUES
    N/A
    SPECIAL ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS
    Students are required to complete a one-week on-campus resident management institute (Practicum II) at the University of Delaware's Newark, Delaware campus.
    SPECIAL PROGRAM PREREQUISITES
    N/A
    OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
    N/A

    TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED TO EARN A DEGREE

    The total number of credits required for graduation is 120 credit hours.
    TRANSFER CREDIT POLICIES FOR PROGRAM
     

    The University of Delaware accepts baccalaureate credits from institutions that are fully accredited by the appropriate regional accrediting association. This determination is made only at the time of formal application to the University. Credits, completed with a grade of "C" or higher, must be applicable to a degree program offered by the University of Delaware.

    MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CREDITS TRANSFERABLE INTO THE DEGREE PROGRAM
    The maximum number of transferable credits is 90.
    The last 30 credits must be from the University of Delaware.
    SPECIAL CREDIT POLICIES/ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE DEGREE PROGRAM
    N/A

    GENERAL ADMISSIONS INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS

    A 2.5 (or higher) grade point average is required for formal admission.
    APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
    N/A
    APPLICATION DEADLINE
    Open
    ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION
    Students do not need to be admitted to the institution for this program.
    If you still want to seek admission, the process cannot be handled via the Internet.

    Students cannot register for this program via the Internet.

    SPECIFIC SCHEDULE What is the specific time to complete the program?/
    Must required courses be taken in a specific order?

     

    N/A
    PROJECTED SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED OFFERINGS FOR PERIOD OF DEGREE PROGRAM (BY TERM)
    N/A
    ADDITIONAL SCHEDULE INFORMATION
    N/A

    TUITION AND FEES PER COURSE Electronic Rate*: $211.00  *The cost of the course is the same regardless of residency.

    TUITION CLASSIFICATION INFORMATION

    N/A
    OTHER COST CONSIDERATIONS
    None



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