Northern Arizona University Launches MBA Program in Hospitality Management

New 2-year program to launch in May

Northern Arizona University's Franke College of Business has announced that it will launch a new MBA program designed specifically for people working in the hospitality industry and related fields.

The MBA in Applied Management for Hospitality Professionals is a part-time program that is delivered in 3 to 6 day-long modules over the course of two years. The modules will alternate between Flagstaff and Phoenix. Between the modules, some learning will take place online.

The program will launch in May. Applications are now being accepted from those working in the hospitality industry and related fields. The minimum requirements to apply include 7 years of work experience (at least 5 years must be management-level.)

For more information, please see the MBA in Applied Management for Hospitality Professionals course webpage.

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