Master of Science in Hospitality Management
(non-thesis)

Advance a career in hospitality management with a Master of Science degree.

Required Courses

Core Requirements – 33 Credits

Course Number Course Name Credits
HMG 6280 Global Issues in Hospitality & Tourism 3
HMG 6296 Strategic Management for Hospitality and Tourism 3
HMG 6477 Accounting & Financial Management 3
HMG 6697 Hospitality Law Seminar 3
HMG 5/6XXX Hospitality Elective (course must be 5000/6000 level) (On Site Only) 3
HMG 6446 Hospitality & Tourism Technology Innovations (Online Only) 3
HMG 6496 Graduate Internship
A minimum of 500 hours of industry experience must be completed and verified.
3
HMG 6478 OR
  HMG 6476 OR
  HMG 6466
Restaurant Development OR
Feasibility Studies for the Hospitality Industry OR
Hospitality & Tourism Revenue Management
3
HMG 6596 Marketing & Sales in Hospitality & Tourism 3
HMG 6586 Research & Statistical Methods 3
HMG 6257 Hospitality & Tourism Industry Research Analysis 3
HMG 6246 Organizational Behavior in the Hospitality Industry 3
Program at a Glance
  • 33 credits
  • $455 per credit for in-state (on-site)
  • $1001 per credit for out-of-state (on-site)
  • $750 per credit for online program
  • Internship required
  • On site & Online available
  • Online Study Available

    Individuals interested in accelerated study may apply for the fully-online version and complete the program in 12 months.

    Hospitality Real Estate Development Specialization

    Students working at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival

    Currently enrolled and prospective graduate students at the Chaplin School can add a specialization in the growing field of hospitality real estate to their M.S. degree program.

    Three additional courses are required to obtain the specialization.

    Interested in Research?

    Students interested in working with a professor to conduct research and produce a thesis as part of their graduate studies can apply for the Master of Science in Hospitality Management with thesis.