Hospitality Management

Master of Business Administration

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Learn how to provide guests with the ultimate experience with the MBA in Hospitality Management program. Earn an advanced hospitality degree from Lynn University and excel in industries including hotels and resorts, cruise lines, restaurants and more.  

Study hands-on with experts in the field and have off-campus learning opportunities at a variety of hospitality hubs. Gain the tools needed to exceed guests’ expectations across a variety of industries. And learn how to manage and motivate employees with this comprehensive hospitality degree program.

What you’ll learn in the MBA in Hospitality Management program

  • Advanced business and management skills
  • Experience with large-scale projects that affect the local market
  • Marketing, human resources and financial accountability

Online MBA

Working full time? Have family obligations? Earn your MBA completely online and get the flexibility you need.

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Curriculum & requirements

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Career opportunities

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Estimated tuition per credit

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MBA in Hospitality Management curriculum

In this advanced hospitality degree program, you will study topics in marketing, human resources and financial accountability. You will also boost the management skills you gained through personal experience and your undergraduate studies. Learn online, on campus or both. 

Graduates must complete a total of 36 credits in the following categories: 

  • 18 MBA foundational credits
  • 9 specialization credits
  • 9 elective credits

Course preview

HA 525: Food Service Administration
Study food service systems and operations. Learn how to control and financially manage efficient food service operations.

HA 530: Resort Development and Management
Explore the principles of resort management with particular reference to the social, economic and environmental issues involved in resort development and management.

HA 575: Service Management
Discover an integrated approach to the marketing and the operational and human aspects of managing a service business. Utilize case studies of service businesses to analyze service management.

Hospitality careers and jobs 

There are many hospitality careers for graduates of the MBA in Hospitality Management program. Lynn alumni have gone on to work for companies like Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Boca West Country Club and many more. 

Once you’ve earned your advanced hospitality degree from Lynn University, you may choose to pursue a fulfilling career in one of the following: 

  • Brand manager 
  • Human resources manager 
  • Finance manager 
  • Customer service director 
  • Director of hospitality 
  • Hotel manager
  • Restaurant manager
  • Director of food and beverage 
  • Gaming consultant 
  • Casino manager 
  • Financial consultant 
  • Resort general manager
  • Hospitality information systems manager


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