Florida State University Now Offering an Online MBA in Hospitality

Program is two years long, offered in partnership with FSU's School of Hospitality

Florida State University's College of Business (FSU) has announced that it's now offering an online MBA program with a focus in Hospitality and Tourism Management.

The program, which the school is calling "MBA-HTM," is aimed at a wide variety of participants, including those who already work in the hospitality industry, as well as recent graduates and international students who want to get experience in the hospitality industry. No details were immediately available in terms of the new MBA's curriculum.

FSU's College of Business is accredited by AACSB International. The school also offers a general online MBA, as well as an online MBA with a specialization in real estate.

The new online MBA in hospitality is offered in partnership with FSU's Dedman School of Hospitality, whose graduates tend to "lead and manage hotels, resorts, convention centers, food services, travel agencies, real estate development projects and cruise lines," according to the website.

The new hospitality program will be two years long. It's set to launch in the fall; applications for the program's inaugural cohort are due on June 1st.

For more information, please see Florida State University's MBA-HTM webpage.

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Sagarsunil...    |    May 05, 2015 23:02
But How can i apply?
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mba hipste...    |    May 06, 2015 08:58
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