The Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management helps students develop and enhance professional leadership abilities, technical and research skills and career
Hospitality and Tourism Management, MSHTM
Offered in: CHICAGO
The Manfred Steinfeld School of Hospitality and Tourism Management:
World-Class Education in a World-Class City
No better place exists to learn this industry than the Chicago metropolitan area with its wealth of world-class hotels and restaurants and its rich blend of ethnic cultures and cuisines, arts and entertainment, sports and recreation. With offices overlooking several of Chicago’s major tourist destinations, the School offers the only graduate program in Illinois preparing students for management and leadership careers in the hospitality and tourism industry.
The Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management helps students develop and enhance professional leadership abilities, technical and research skills, and career opportunities through a blend of theory and practice. Theoretical areas of study include management theory and practice, operations analysis, organizational and leadership development, cultural diversity, and research methods. Professional areas of study include lodging management; food and beverage management; meeting, convention, and exhibition management; and other elective courses in hospitality and tourism, business, or training and development. Through intensive study, students engage in creative problem solving and apply research methods to issues and trends in the industry....
University of North Texas College of Business Administration
The MBA/MS is the non-thesis option and the student must pass a written comprehensive exam upon completion of the SMHM coursework.
An applicant must indicate MBA/MS Hospitality Management as a major on the Graduate School application. Graduate Admissions will send one copy of the submitted materials to the College of Business Administration (COBA) and another copy to the School of Merchandising and Hospitality Management (SMHM).In most cases, the student will be required to take background courses in business or hospitality management, but not both. However, a student who does not have an undergraduate degree in either discipline may have to take the background courses from both areas. Minimum admission standards of both disciplines must be met including a satisfactory score on the GMAT.Applicants who have taken the GRE prior to admission, and whose GRE scores meet the minimum standards may use those scores for admission into the program. If the student has not taken either test, then the GMAT should be taken. Scores more than 10 years old at the time of application for admission will not be considered.Applicants whose native language is not English must either present a score of at least 550 on the TOEFL or be a graduate of a college or university in the United States.General Information ...
University of New Orleans College of Business Administration
This degree along with your work experience will give you an advantage as you progress to higher levels in your career. You will be exposed to advanced business concepts,
ABOUT THE M.S. PROGRAMThe Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management program is an advanced degree program to better prepare future leaders in the hospitality and tourism industry. It is designed to enhance students’ knowledge of the industries that operate under the rubric of global tourism; widen their horizons in regard to unresolved issues in the field, and further develop their analytical abilities and communication skills.The program prepares students for professional careers in both the private and public sectors of global hospitality and tourism and it also serves as a foundation for more advanced studies.Students are provided a broad preparation in the important operational aspects of the organizations that comprise the hospitality and tourism industries. Emphasis is placed on the development of problem-solving and decision-making abilities as well as the acquisition of basic research skills.The program will be designed to satisfy the needs of students with undergraduate degrees in any field who want to be better prepared for careers in hospitality and tourism.For those with degrees other than hospitality and tourism or business administration, a series of foundation courses or their equivalents must be completed before courses for graduate credit can be taken. All, or a part, of the foundation-core course requirements, may be fulfilled by courses taken at universities other than the University of New Orleans. Students with undergraduate degrees in hospitality and tourism or business usually have satisfied all, or most, of the foundation course requirements. Also, students may pursue the M.S. Degree on either a full-time...
Eugene M. Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
The Master's program will qualify students for leadership positions in the hospitality industry, government, education, and consulting.
UMass is proud to be part of a very small elite group of top-ranked hospitality management programs. But this worldwide recognition has to be earned. A recent survey of our alumni and current graduate students revealed the reasons they chose UMass for graduate study. In addition to our reputation, they cited the number and quality of our faculty, the robust curriculum, the ideal location, the vast number of alumni, financial assistance opportunities, and the personal attention they received here.The Master's program will qualify students for leadership positions in the hospitality industry, government, education, and consulting. The H.T.M. Department offers thesis and non-thesis tracks, both leading to the Master of Science degree.The thesis track is designed with flexible requirements to allow students to develop individualized courses of study with their major professor and committee. It includes courses in H.T.M. and other departments in the Isenberg School of Management. A research-based thesis is required (6-credits).The non-thesis track also includes courses in H.T.M. and other departments in the Isenberg School of Management. In place of the 6 credit thesis, students complete an additional course in H.T.M. or Management (3 credits) and conduct a major hospitality research study (3 credits).While the number of students accepted into the program varies each year, we typically maintain an enrollment of 35 to 40 students. Fifteen instructors, all with doctoral degrees, make up the graduate faculty. The program of study includes courses in other disciplines that expand fundamental concepts in the various elements comprising the hospitality and tourism...
Graduates of the master of science in hospitality-tourism management program are well prepared to step into numerous mid-level service management and training director po
MSc in Hospitality-Tourism Management
Graduates of the master of science in hospitality-tourism management program are well prepared to step into numerous mid-level service management and training director positions. The program is focused on service innovation and leadership, and leadership functions within many services and corporate settings and at postsecondary academic institutions.
The hospitality-tourism management program may be taken on a full-or part-time basis. The length of time required to earn a degree varies according to the student's undergraduate preparation and the number of graduate courses taken per quarter. All students must earn a minimum of 48 quarter hours of graduate credit (36 of which must be registered through RIT) to earn the master of science degree. For full-time students, the program will require a minimum of four quarters of study at the graduate level. Part-time students generally will require seven or eight quarters of study at the graduate level....
The Master of Science in Recreation Management is a multidisciplinary program of advanced study designed to prepare graduates for careers in the public, private non-profi
The Master of Science in Recreation Management is a multidisciplinary program of advanced study designed to prepare graduates for careers in the public, private non-profit, and the commercial sectors of the recreation profession. With three curricular options (thesis, graduate project, or internship), the program serves both students with extensive recreation backgrounds and students who are looking to a masters program as their gateway into the recreation field.
Recreation Management at UWL offers a 30-credit program leading to a Masters of Science degree.
The program welcomes students without an undergraduate degree in Recreation, but some prerequisite courses may be required. Students may take deficiency courses prior to beginning the graduate program or they may begin the program and take the courses within the first two semesters of their graduate program....
Purdue University's online Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) is a business-focused hospitality degree designed to help managers with HTM indus
Purdue University’s online Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) is a business-focused hospitality degree designed to help managers with HTM industry experience rise to new levels. It provides the executive management, leadership and analytical skills you need to advance your career within the industry.
Accelerate Your Career
You’ll link theory, knowledge, analytic know-how, and advanced leadership skills as they pertain specifically to HTM, applying new skills and knowledge immediately in your current role. By the end of the program you’ll be an in-demand HTM manager who can:
Lead your organization through continual changes with advanced managem...
Do you want to play a vital role in addressing the changes and challenges in the hospitality industry? Would you like to hone your strategic and conceptual skills, techno
Is the Hospitality Management Program Right for You?
Do you want to play a vital role in addressing the changes and challenges in the hospitality industry? Would you like to hone your strategic and conceptual skills, technological abilities and become an even more effective communicator? If so, the MS in Hospitality Management degree offers you a variety of learning experiences through case studies, experiential learning, research projects and public, private and institutional partnerships to help you reach your career goals.
Take your passion for the tourism industry to the next level with hands-on experience to become a leader at a top hotel, restaurant, resort or hospitality organization in Florida (and beyond!). Beginning in fall 2017, you can attend classes on campus or hybrid live online which is a mix of traditional online lessons and real-time discussions through distance learning. Distance students must link to the live class being taught on the USFSM campus to engage in face-to-face discussions with the professor and fellow students in real time....
University of Delaware, Alfred Lerner College of Business & Economics
As a working professional in the hospitality industry, you recognize the need to sharpen your analytical skills and gain a wider strategic view so that you’re ready for a
Become a bold leader in the hospitality industry.
As a working professional in the hospitality industry, you recognize the need to sharpen your analytical skills and gain a wider strategic view so that you’re ready for a larger managerial role.
Established brands in the hospitality industry are seeking more market share while emerging brands are trying to identify and claim niche markets. Our intensive program will help you predict future change and lead with confidence.
The M.S. in hospitality business management is available as a thesis or non-thesis program. The 1-year non-thesis option is ideal for you if you’re already working in hospitality – the operational management skills you’ll gain are immediately applicable to your career. The 2-year thesis option prepares you for an academic career – its focus on research makes it the perfect step into a Ph.D. program....