“Schools Of Hospitality”
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Michigan State University
– The School of Hospitality Business – East Lansing, MI
The School’s new organizational position at Michigan State University includes an up-to-date curriculum as well as admission criteria tailored to the hospitality industry. These criteria include grade point average (in all courses, as well as Hospitality Business courses), industry work experience, service activities and membership in Hospitality Association clubs, and a statement of intent of undergraduate study, as well as career goals.
The School’s alumni are leaders in the industry in many segments from hotels to restaurants, from clubs to contract services companies, and from theme parks to interval management companies. Graduates have also excelled in other service industries, in graduate school, and as entrepreneurs and corporate executives.
The School’s students plan and deliver four major events and numerous club activities each year, all opportunities to build leadership skills. The School’s faculty members are the leading authors of hospitality textbooks, include six of the top 50 most influential hospitality scholars in the world, and serve as consultants to many businesses, associations, and organizations.
Degrees that may be earned at The School include a Baccalaureate in Hospitality Business, a Master of Science in Foodservice Management, and a Master of Business Administration. Undergraduates are able to select concentration areas for accounting/finance to foodservice to development to marketing to other areas. The Masters program is tailor made to the student’s career goals. For information, please contact:
Ronald F. Cichy, Ph.D., CHA
“Service of Hospitality
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Placement Dates: Open
Small Business Hospitality Association (SBHA)