Hospitality & Tourism Management
Designed to serve the needs of one of the region’s leading growth industries, the Hospitality and Tourism Management certificate will help fill the demand for qualified managers and key service personnel in local hospitality and tourism venues. Employment opportunities will vary depending on prior experience and the career path you seek. Whether you are looking for an entry-level position, to move into an administrative role, or supplement your income, this program will provide the needed skills to support the region’s accommodations, attractions, and related businesses.
This four course graduate certificate utilizes a hands-on, or applied learning approach and will provide opportunities to work directly with clients in the industry. Coursework will cover tourism marketing, planning and development, the core issues impacting the hospitality business, along with an internship to provide a culminating experience. Classes will be offered in a convenient online format.
To learn more contact program coordinator, Mark Okrant or Patrick May at 603-535-2335.
Getting started is easy, just complete the online application and provide a transcript showing the successful completion of a bachelor’s degree or higher and a current résumé. No admissions tests are required. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required to complete the graduate certificate.
Required Courses – 12 credits
|TMP 5001 Understanding the Visitor Experience||3|
|TMP 5002 Sustainable Destination Development||3|
|TMP 5003 Topics in Hospitality: People, Price, Property, Profit and Planet||3|
|TMP 6000 Hospitality/Tourism Internship||3|
Total for Hospitality and Tourism Management Certificate – 12 credits
Did you know that you can apply your Hospitality and Tourism Management certificate credits toward your MBA?
By completing additional graduate courses, you can roll your Hospitality and Tourism Management certificate courses into a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in General Management. Contact your advisor to learn more!