Programs of Study
|Endicott’s School of Hospitality Management is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration (ACPHA). |
The hospitality management degree is comprised of dynamic courses designed to provide the industry with qualified leaders. Three internship experiences connect industry practices with classroom learning. Though it is not required, students have the opportunity to choose a concentrated field of study. The School of Hospitality Management offers concentrations in Events Management, International Hospitality Management and Senior Community Management.
From luxurious resorts in Vegas to stunning bed and breakfasts on Tahiti, hotels are continuously re-inventing themselves to attract technologically savvy guests, sophisticated business travelers and environmentally conscious tourists.
Fifth Year Masters of Hospitality Management
Full-time study in the MBA program is offered to those with business degree undergraduate backgrounds, as well as those with Bachelor degrees in other areas. Degree requirements and curriculum content may differ based upon the student’s prior education and experience.
Dean, School of Hospitality Management
Welcome to the exciting world of hospitality! My first experience with hospitality started with a summer job: washing dishes at a supper club. With a behind-the-scenes perspective, I soon realized that the hospitality industry was exciting. The high-paced environment and the amount of personal interaction provided a workplace that was never boring. After becoming a general manager with a major restaurant chain, I continued my graduate studies. Since that time, my career has taken me to Austria, Switzerland, and back to the United States.
Your hospitality degree will open doors to one of the largest industries in the world. Through a variety of classes and internships, you will develop transferable management skills that can be used in any managerial role in hospitality or a service business.
At Endicott College, we know what it takes to be successful. As Dean of the School of Hospitality Management, I understand the importance of making the right choice when it comes to your education.
W. H. (Bill) Samenfink