The Master of Business Administration program with specialization in Hospitality Management is designed for students who want to qualify for top hospitality jobs, and for working professionals who want to further their education and career. Students will study general business disciplines necessary to achieve success in the corporate and public sectors, as well as develop a sound understanding of the hospitality industry and how to fulfill the needs of consumers and organizations in the hospitality industry. This program will prepare graduates for professional roles and managerial positions across the hospitality spectrum.
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited or approved institution.
The MBA with specialization in Hospitality Management program requires the participant to successfully complete a total of 75 quarter units of graduate-level coursework, including 15 units of required coursework, 25 units of Business Administration required courses, 20 units of required Hospitality Management courses, and 15 units of elective coursework. In addition, students must either pass a comprehensive examination or comprehensive business project.
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