Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH)
Are you interested in switching careers to something more exciting? Or are you a hospitality professional hoping to gain a competitive edge? Or a recent college graduate looking to prepare for a career in the industry?
The Boston University School of Hospitality Administration’s Master of Management in Hospitality is a graduate-level program that prepares you for hospitality industry success anywhere in the world. And, you can do it in just one three-semester year.
Build skills for success
For students with a strong business or liberal arts background, the program will enhance your management skills and prepare you to begin careers in hospitality leadership, whether here in the United States or around the world. Professionals currently working in the hospitality industry will gain the necessary education to advance your careers and be competitive and knowledgeable in the changing industry.
Study hospitality where the industry thrives
Boston is a unique location where hospitality intersects with medicine, education, technology, tourism, and sports. They city’s hundreds of restaurants, hotels, entertainment venues, and other hospitality businesses, combined with international connections, create training and career opportunities you won’t find elsewhere.
The curriculum: Two paths
The MMH curriculum consists of 32 credits and one experiential-based hospitality internship. Typical pathways are:
- Full-time, residential
One summer semester and two full semesters
- Part-time, residential
Our evening course offerings support working and part-time students in completing their degree. Most part-time students take one or two courses per semester. Please note, summer courses are not offered in the evenings, but are scheduled in the following time slots: Mondays (9 am–12:30 pm, 2 pm–5:30 pm), and Tuesday/Thursdays (9 am–12:30 pm, 2 pm–5:30 pm).
Is the MMH right for you?
If you thrive on human interaction, and want to experience both the world of business and the world-at-large simultaneously, we invite you to learn more about the program and application process.
Please contact Micah Sieber, Director of Graduate Affairs with questions, or to set up a visit.
Note: The priority deadline is March 1. The final deadline to apply is May 1.