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Conrad N. Hilton College
of Hotel and Restaurant Management Program
Program Structure And Schedule; Participants in the OnLine Program will earn a Master of Hospitality Management from the University of Houston. In this executive program there is no distinction between the Online Program and a degree earned by attending the course on campus; only the delivery method is distinctive. The Online program consists of 36 credit hours, with students participating in 6 hours of classes in each of three terms per year. Each term will consist of a series of learning modules that integrate and emphasize particular management and subject matter areas. Each participant will integrate the work of the program by preparing a professional paper that explores an area of special interest.
Industry Experience Is Important!; We understand that many candidates have significant industry experience and are at executive levels in the hospitality industry. For those of you who are in this category, courses may be waived and substituted by an independent study or another elective course so that you can take advantage of the credit hours and choose courses that can enhance your learning experience.
The Conrad N. Hilton College, University of Houston; Founded in 1969 with a generous gift from Conrad N. Hilton, then chairman of the Hilton Hotels Corporation. The College has been the beneficiary of the continuing generosity of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and has gained broad industry support for its programs. The Conrad N. Hilton College is one of fourteen colleges of the University of Houston's main campus and is regarded as one of the top programs for hospitality management in the world. The College faculty consists of professors who have earned high academic credentials as well as real-time industry management practice. The combined hospitality experience of the faculty now exceeds 250 years. Each faculty member has earned the designation of "Certified Hospitality Educator" (CHE) and engages in ongoing research programs that study industry issues. The Conrad N. Hilton College has been offering distance learning courses for more than five years, using Instructional Television and Internet-supported learning at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The University of Houston is a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University I, and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). The University is located in the diverse fourth-largest city in the United States. The University system consists of four University campuses with 14 colleges and an extensive collection of research, learning, and development activities.
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