MBA - Hospitality Management

While the Master of Business Administration Program has been designed primarily for the education of management generalists, the curriculum does contain a specialized program option in hospitality & tourism management. Students who wish to focus their course work in the hospitality and tourism sector are expected to complete the Master of Business Administration core curriculum, take the industry specific courses listed below, and complete a hospitality graduate directed practicum.

The program objective for the concentration is to have students demonstrate knowledge of key functions of the hospitality and tourism industry including: hospitality law, convention and events planning, sales and marketing, food and beverage service management, and front office operations.  Students will also complete the MBA program objectives.

The hospitality & tourism management courses are:

BA 600Research Methods in Business and Education3
BA 601Managerial Economics3
BA 602Managerial Accounting3
BA 605Management Communications3
BA 625Global Strategic Management3
BA 643Strategic Change Management3
Choose one of the following3
Financial Management
Leadership in Business and Professions
The Legal Environment of Business
Five of the following must be completed (15 Credits)15
Advanced Sales and Marketing in Hospitality
Advanced Front Office Operations
Legal Issues in Hospitality Management
Managing Service
Hospitality Graduate Directed Practicum
Total Hours36