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Frequently asked questions: Courses
Personally speaking, I had no clue about classes here at the beginning of our program because the courses in America were different from those in China regarding the logistics, structure & content and exams. So I guess it’s necessary to talk a little bit about courses so that you guys who are in other countries Read More...
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The Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH) is an intensive three-semester hospitality-focused graduate business management AACSB-accredited degree, the only one of its kind at an Ivy League institution. The 12-month program begins in May each year.
Like an MBA, the MMH prepares students to be theory-based, action-oriented leaders of executive management teams and entrepreneurial ventures. MMH graduates are entrepreneurs, restaurateurs, developers, analysts, consultants, corporate directors, and managers of hotels, resorts, and spas. Access to these alumni generates outstanding career opportunities around the world.