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Date: May 18 2002 Major: Other (This Major's Salary over time) I graduated with a degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management. It definitely prepared me for the real world, that and working 40 hours a week in the industry while going to school. I had a lot of offers due to our huge recruiting pool and most of the employers offered fairly good salaries. I would recommend that every student in the field complete an internship at a reputable place, or with the company that they believe they may be interested in the future. I personally, did the Walt Disney World College Program-the Hospitality Internship and had a great time, as well as a meaningful learning experience. All of the faculty in the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management are great…not all perfect, but every student has the opportunity to learn from the best at some point or another. They are incredibly supportive and eager to hear about your experiences, and are constantly tailoring the program using the advice given from former students. I loved my experience there. The only thing that was a concern to not only myself, but my friends in the program was how we had to take classes through the business college, when it would have been better to take them through the school that were more tailored to what applied to us. The School of Hotel and Restaurant Management is there to help you succeed, not to make you fail like many of the classes in the College of Business Administration, where Accounting and Finance can be brutal to weed out students.