MBA Course Descriptions
MS in Hospitality Leadership & Operational Performance
MS Course Descriptions
Graduate studies are now available.
Students may enroll in the College of Business MBA program and select among three new concentrations in hospitality.
1. Hospitality Leadership
2. Revenue Management
3. Non-Profit Hospitality Leadership
The MBA program consists of 18 courses, of which 12 form the business core and are required of all students. The final six courses may be fulfilled by completing a concentration, or two concentrations, depending upon the number of courses within each one. The hospitality concentrations are all three courses, so it is possible for a student to complete two concentrations prior to graduation.
Students may enroll in the College of Business Master of Science in Hospitality Leadership and Operational Performance.
The MS degree in Hospitality and Operational Performance is designed to satisfy a unique market niche for current undergraduate and graduate students, industry professionals, and career-minded transitioning candidates. This graduate program focuses on developing leadership skills and operational capabilities in a broad array of hospitality service enterprises.
Select the appropriate link from the left side menu to learn more about the concentrations and the graduate courses in hospitality. To learn more about admissions to the MBA program, click here.