Classes are offered during days, evenings, and weekends to accommodate your busy schedule. Our classroom instruction is blended with a portion of the course delivered online to reduce time in the classroom.
Our state-of-the-art learning facilities provide a perfect environment for examining and analyzing timely business topics. Small class sizes and a favorable student-to-teacher ratio encourage collaboration and the sharing of knowledge between instructors and students. In addition, all classrooms are equipped with computers and ideal for hands-on lab activities.
Through our culinary and hospitality degree programs, you will not only be introduced to creative and challenging food dishes, but introduced to key business related topics such as problem solving, hospitality human resource management, control systems, food and beverage operations, and managing for profitability. Critical thinking in the classroom is an integral part of our approach to building knowledgeable culinary and hospitality leaders.
Our accelerated programs lets you earn a bachelor’s degree in 30 months or a master’s degree in 15 months.
The Capstone Project at Stratford inspired me to obtain a deeper knowledge of my major, and in the end demonstrated what skills I had honed in analyzing business strategy, and in researching and planning financial investments, for any new business. My confidence was reinforced through the Captsone experience, making me ready for future project proposals and model tools and techniques needed in the business world.
Dhanaji Thorat (MBA) .
With mobile phones becoming go-to information sources, our project was to develop a user-friendly Android app for users interested in Java certification. The app provided a holistic approach to certification with extra features such as quick revision of exam topics and practice tests. Our Android app, Javafication, became available on the Internet in the Play Store for free, culminating everything we’ve learned at Stratford.
Anushka Mhaskar & Deepa Patil
Based on my Capstone topic, I was able to explore current non-traditional business models in various industries and speak to administration professionals in the targeted career fields to help determine how I wanted to design my own innovative business venture. I felt empowered with confidence in my research and organization, and the completion of this Capstone led to a renewed self-assurance for me in the workplace.
Michael J. Bates
Master of Business Administration, 2014