Master’s Degree Programs

Twitter icon
Facebook icon
Google icon
LinkedIn icon

Most master’s degree programs in hotel and restaurant management are
geared toward those already working in the field. Therefore, they are primarily
offered part-time, or even online, in order to accommodate work
schedules. The program at the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and
Restaurant Management at the University of Houston offers a Master’s in
Hotel Management which may be completed online. At Florida State
University’s Dedman School of Hospitality, part-time students take a mix of
management-oriented classes and advanced level classes in hospitality
administration, and are awarded a Master of Science in Management with a
Major in Hospitality and Tourism. For residents of Florida, the program
costs $5,871.60; out-of-state residents are charged $20,529.36. The curriculum
is as follows:
HFT 5245—Managing Service Organizations (3 hrs)
HFT 5555—Services Marketing & Research (3 hrs)
HFT 5697—Legal Environment of Hospitality & Tourism
Organizations (3 hrs)
HFT 5477—Finance and Cost Control Systems for Hospitality &
Tourism Operations (3 hrs)
MAR 5935r—Special Topics in Marketing (3 hrs)
MAN 5935r—HAT Management Project (3 hrs)
MAN 5716—Business Conditions Analysis (3 hrs)
MAN 5245—Organizational Behavior (3 hrs)
FIN 5445—Problems in Financial Management (3 hrs)
MAN 5721—Strategy and Business Policy (3 hrs)
MAR 5935r—Special Topics in Marketing (3 hrs)
MAN 5601—Multinational Business Operations (3 hrs)
Source: Florida State University, www.cob.fsu.edu/grad/hat.[/url]

Add new comment

Images
More information
  • Files must be less than 2 MB.
  • Allowed file types: png gif jpg jpeg.
Documents
More information
  • Files must be less than 2 MB.
  • Allowed file types: zip rar.