The Master in Hospitality Management program trains learners to step into a management role in today's hospitality setting. It guides them through service management principles and specialist industry best practices.
The master’s degree in hospitality program is designed to prepare the next generation of hospitality leaders who are pursuing a career in hospitality management and prepare those who hold high-level managerial positions in culinary, hospitality, and/or restaurant administration for more challenging opportunities. Students will learn how to better deal with managerial and strategic challenges presented by the changing environment. The knowledge that students gain from leaders who bring many years of professional experience to the classroom, will help them gain a more global perspective as they explore contemporary global issues in the hospitality industry.
The master’s degree program challenges the graduate student in enhancing effective decision-making techniques and analytical skills. This program will guide graduate students toward fully developing their human relations and leadership talents to support interacting effectively and efficiently in an increasingly changing environment. Students will gain the requisite knowledge and skills for hotel, resort, restaurant, and casino industry management. They have the option to specialize in one of the following areas:
•Specialization in Tourism Management
•Specialization in Human Gastronomy and Restaurant Management
Upon completion of the Hospitality Management Program, students will be able to:
· Analyze trends and organizational data, and design sustainable business strategies for the hospitality industry.
· Communicate effectively using written, oral, visual, and quantitative methods.
· Apply personal and professional standards in developing strategic solutions and making ethical decisions.
· Leverage leadership, teamwork, interpersonal skills, and problem-solving skills in managing hospitality operations.
· Exhibit proficiency in the application of selected technology.
· Demonstrate the requisite skills, knowledge, and attitudes to function effectively in diverse environments
Students will be able to learn the skills that join food and commerce. The program develops the managerial, financial, marketing, and gastronomic skills needed for a successful career. It aims to provide students with a broad understanding of the operational aspects in today’s fast-paced and exciting hospitality and restaurant fields. This program builds students with a broad understanding in strategic hospitality management. This program will introduce student to the Hotel and Hospitality Business, Operations, and Industry.
To complete the admissions process, the candidate must meet and submit the following requirements:
A completed signed and dated admission application.
Application fee $85.00 (*) made payable to San Ignacio University. (non-refundable)
Copy of bachelor/ master’s degree diploma or transcripts. For graduate transfer students, official transcripts in a sealed envelope must be submitted. All documents and educational credentials, if they are not in English, must be translated and evaluated by companies that are members of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). For a complete list of approved evaluation services, please visit: www.naces.org
Copy of valid Government Issued Picture Identification (upon admissions)
Completed signed and dated international application form.
Application fee $85.00 (*) made payable to San Ignacio University (non-refundable)
Financial statement or certified bank letter in English demonstrating full tuition funds available, along with living expenses capability to cover a minimum of one year (12 months) of tuition and fees, books, supplies, living and any other necessary expenses during your studies. (Amounts must be in or converted to USD currency). A minimum of $23,000 USD
Affidavit of support form if there is a sponsor and a copy of the sponsor’s ID.
Graduate Programs: Copy of bachelor’s degree diploma or transcripts. For graduate transfer students, official transcripts in a sealed envelope must be submitted. All documents and educational credentials, if they are not in English, must be translated and evaluated by companies that are members of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). For a complete list of approved evaluation services, please visit: www.naces.org
If a student’s native language is not English, proficiency in English must be established, see policy below.
Copy of SEVIS / I-901 Receipt https://www.fmjfee.com