Earn your MBA with a concentration in Hospitality in Johnson & Wales University’s online program — and gain the skills and experience to provide exemplary leadership for hospitality-related organizations worldwide, including Marriott and Compass Group.
Best of all, take classes from home, the office, even on the road — at times that fit your schedule.
MBA: A Must-Have Economists recognize hospitality as the world’s largest industry. It’s one of the fastest growing fields for future employment — and it’s highly competitive.
Employers are seeking professionals with MBA-level skills to:
Lead Hospitality at JWUJohnson & Wales University is the largest educator of hospitality professionals in North America, and our MBA program is unique.
Our program facilitates a deeper understanding of business practices, finances and strategies — with specialized hospitality instruction in operations management, strategic marketing and hospitality law.
Gain the advanced training and knowledge needed to secure employment positions in these growing areas.
Learn executive business competencies, professional leadership and strategic and creative thinking skills to ethically solve problems that occur in the global business environment in culturally sensitive ways.
Prerequisite and foundation courses should be completed prior to registering for core and concentration courses.
Catalog course information
Advance Your Hospitality CareerUpon completion of the program, you are expected to demonstrate the ability to:
Graduates may seek higher-level positions within global organizations that require MBA core curricular skills, as well as strategic planning and management expertise.
For more information on this program or how to enroll, contact:
Lisa Koenig, admissions officer401-598-5074
Residents of Arkansas and Wisconsin Residents of Arkansas and Wisconsin are not eligible to enroll in JWU’s online bachelor’s degree or MBA program, but may instead apply for acceptance to one of the university’s on-campus programs. Current students of the online program
who become residents of Arkansas or Wisconsin will no longer be eligible to continue in the program.