The hospitality industry has been growing and is predicted to keep growing 5.5% every year from 2020 to 2025 despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Minor in Hospitality Management offers courses introducing a dynamic career in lodging, food service, meeting, cruise, tourism service industries, etc. Students in this minor program not only develop knowledge and skills in hospitality service management and marketing but also are connected to the industry experts at site visits or guest speaker sessions. Furthermore, the courses actively engage students to discuss current issues in the NYC hospitality industry.
15 credits including HMT 1000, 1003, 1005, 1061
3 credits from any HMT elective except 1009, 1094, 1095.
NO OVERLAP BETWEEN MAJOR AND MINOR.
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Hospitality Management offers students diverse learning experiences related to Hospitality, Food & Beverage, Tourism, Event Management.
St. John’s University’s Master of Science Degree Program in International Hospitality Management responds to the explosive growth in the global hospitality industry in recent years. More people are traveling than ever before for both business and pleasure. The industry today is full of new and exciting varieties of hotels, restaurants, brands, experiences, adventures and more.
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