One-year program to examine the global implications of the hospitality industry

Georgia State University's Robinson College of Business has announced plans to launch a new master's level program in global hospitality management.

The one-year Master of Science in Global Hospitality Management will cover a range of topics, ranging from the cultural impact of tourism to the financial management of hotel enterprises.

The program is designed for both established hospitality professionals as well as those looking to transition into the hospitality field.

The first cohort will begin classes in the fall of 2013. Courses will meet Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5:30 - 9:45 p.m.

For more information, please see this Master of Science in Global Hospitality Management press release.

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