Hospitality Management Distance Doctor of Philosophy
The Distance Doctor of Philosophy (DDP) program is designed to meet the needs of professionals employed in industry, education, and other hospitality-related professions who want to obtain a terminal degree for their career advancement. Students must participate in the DDP program for 2 consecutive summer sessions on campus (3 weeks each) and enroll in courses delivered via the web during fall and spring semesters. Students completing requirements of the program will earn a Ph.D. in Foodservice and Lodging Management. Flyer (PDF) »
A complete application must include the following:
After submitting application
72 total credit hours:
The Iowa State University course catalog lists course descriptions of graduate courses offered.
Scholarships and graduate teaching/research assistantships are available for on-campus students.
Contact the Assistant Director of Graduate Education (DOGE) for hospitality management with any questions. Tianshu Zheng 9W MacKay Hall firstname.lastname@example.org 515-294-9554
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