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New York City

New York Study Tour HX-The Hotel

NHM 403

  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Instructor: Dr. Tanya Ruetzler, Associate Professor of Nutrition and Hospitality Management
  • On Location: November 10-14
  • Cost: $1,445
  • Application deadline: August 29, 2017

Itinerary subject to change. Group travel is included in the course fee.

To Register

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Students will:

  • Attend the 2017 HX Conference in New York City and discover the benefits of industry associations
  • Meet with hospitality industry leaders and network with hospitality students from all over the country
  • Experience the cuisine at two New York staple restaurants
  • Discuss groundbreaking trends in the industry with current industry professionals

Location:

Students will participate in a pre-departure orientation on the Oxford campus. During the travel portion of the course, students will visit New York City.

Who should go?

This class is for Nutrition and Hospitality Management juniors and seniors.

Dates:

The program dates are May 14-26, 2017. Students will spend May 14-20 in New York City, followed by classroom instruction on the Oxford campus from May 22-26.

Travel:

Airfare and group ground transportation is included in the Study USA fee.

Costs:

Course fee is $1,445. Included in the course fee are airfare, group ground transportation to and from LaGuardia airport, housing, conference registration, and select group meals. Additional tuition fees may apply if enrollment exceeds 19 credit hours. Excluded from the cost are the Study USA application fee and personal spending money.

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