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M.S. in Hospitality Management


The goal of the University of Mississippi online Master of Science program in hospitality management is to prepare scholars and experienced (middle-management level) practitioners for advancement of knowledge as it relates to research, education, and operations in hospitality management. The master's program aims to provide potential scholars and experienced practitioners with an opportunity to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of study and the profession in order to develop more effective research and operational practices, and to qualify for leadership positions in teaching, research, hospitality management, and administration.

General Education Requirements

The following 11 courses (36 credit hours) are required for a student to successfully complete the online hospitality management graduate program.

Administration and Research Core 15 hours
NHM 617 - Advanced Food Service Management 3 hours
NHM 625 - Research I Principles 3 hours
NHM 626 - Statistics I in NHM 3 hours
NHM 693 - Directed Research OR NHM 697 - Thesis 6 hours

Course Requirements

Hospitality Management Emphasis Courses 21 hours
NHM 615 - Advanced Financial Management in Hospitality 3 hours
NHM 620 - Leadership Dietetics & Hospitality Management Organizations 3 hours
NHM 624 - Advanced Marketing Hospitality Industry 3 hours
NHM 627 - Trends & Topics Hospitality Management 3 hours
NHM 628 - Organizational Behavior in Hospitality 3 hours
NHM 662 - Advanced Lodging 3 hours
NHM 671 - Advanced Service Quality Management 3 hours
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