M.S. in Hospitality Management
The goal of the University of Mississippi online Master of Science program in hospitality management, a nonthesis professional degree program, is to provide students 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 10 courses (30 credit hours) are required for a student to successfully complete the online hospitality management graduate program.
|Administration and Research Core||9 hours|
|NHM 617 - Advanced Food Service Management||3 hours|
|NHM 525 - Research I Principles||3 hours|
|NHM 526 - Statistics I in NHM||3 hours|
|Hospitality Management Emphasis Courses||21 hours|
|NHM 615 - Advanced Financial Management in Hospitality||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|
|NHM 676 - Adv. Hospitality Information Technology||3 hours|
Other Academic Requirements
Students must complete a final portfolio for degree completion.
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