New Master’s Program Responds to Hospitality Sector Needs

Posted On April 8, 2013
Categories The Pulse, Top Stories

Starting this fall, Robinson will offer a one-year Master of Global Hospitality Management program. The new degree was developed in response to growing demand for upper-level industry managers, according to Debby Cannon, director of the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration.

The program is designed for experienced hospitality professionals as well as for those new to the field. In addition to earning a degree, graduates will receive a
Certificate of Specialization in Sustainable Hospitality Management.

Learn more about the Master of Global Hospitality Management program »