Advance Your Career in Hospitality, and Gain Expertise You Need to Move to The Next Level

  • 12 classes
  • 54 credits
  • 1 Masters Degree

The Career you’ve always wanted


take the path
to a rewarding career

The mission of the Master of Science in International Hospitality Management program is to prepare tomorrow’s leaders in the international hospitality field. As the hospitality industry increasingly seeks employees with college degrees, especially those with degrees in hospitality or hospitality-related fields, the expectation for a master’s degree to acquire management-level positions continues to increase. This program offers a natural progression from the under- graduate to graduate program and provides entry-level and seasoned hospitality professionals with the skills and knowledge they need to stand out and advance in the competitive hospitality industry. The learning goals of the program include evaluating, synthesizing, and applying knowledge gained from core professional program courses to solve problems. Students learn to communicate effectively in their professions using ethical practices and cross-cultural sensitivity and understanding. Lastly, students apply information technology and professional techniques in the service of culinary and hospitality enterprises.

The skills you will master in

  • Oversee
  • Maintain
  • Legal
  • Financial
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Coordinate
  • Budget
  • Security
  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Problem-solve
  • Mentor
  • Train
  • Motivate
  • Delegate
  • Forecast
  • Competitive
  • Standards
  • Schedule
  • Recruit

complete your
Master of Science in International Hospitality Management

through classroom instruction at one of our Virginia campuses, online instruction, or a combination of both.

total required for graduation

54
credits

12
classes

Earn Your MSIHM
on Your Time
CampusOnline

On Campus or online

Where our classes are offered

Time

5 - 10 weeks

Time needed to complete a class

Calander

15 Months

Time needed to finish a master’s degree

Program Requirements

Complete Your Degreeby meeting the following program requirements
  • Complete Core Requirements
  • Complete Arts and Science Requirements
  • Optionally complete specialization requirements
  • Complete Electives requirement

Core Requirements

Complete following core requirements for MSIHM

Core Requirements

Complete all following courses

EBM502
Research Methods
EBM520
Human resource Management
EBM554
Global Economics
EBM587
Strategic Business Marketing
HSM510
Strategic Planning in Hospitality
HSM520
Financial Management in Hospitality
HSM530
Managerial Economics in Hospitality
HSM540
Facilities and Assets Development
HSM550
IT in Hospitality
HSM570
Operations Management
HSM590
Issues in Hospitality Management
HSM595
Graduate Research Production
  • Core
    Requirements

    Core
    Requirements

    Complete following core requirements for MSIHM

    • Core Requirements

      Complete all following courses

      EBM502
      Research Methods
      EBM520
      Human resource Management
      EBM554
      Global Economics
      EBM587
      Strategic Business Marketing
      HSM510
      Strategic Planning in Hospitality
      HSM520
      Financial Management in Hospitality
      HSM530
      Managerial Economics in Hospitality
      HSM540
      Facilities and Assets Development
      HSM550
      IT in Hospitality
      HSM570
      Operations Management
      HSM590
      Issues in Hospitality Management
      HSM595
      Graduate Research Production

apply what you’ve learned through

capstone projects

  • professional research
  • cumulative application
  • real world solutions
Team Environment

Team environment

we are ready

at stratford university.

are you

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