A non-thesis master of science is available with a specialization in hospitality management. The specialization facilitates professional development of graduate students interested in careers in business and industry.
Visit the Iowa State University (ISU) Graduate College site for application requirements.
GRE or GMAT is not required.
The master of science degree requires 36 credits. A minimum of 15 credits must be taken in hospitality management, including the required courses, plus 2 to 4 credits or professional management experience in the hospitality industry. Nine credits are required in selected business courses, plus research methods, statistics, and elective courses to bring the total to 36 credits.
Each student must complete a comprehensive paper and an oral examination.
Any missing prerequisite coursework and English courses (for international students) are considered supporting work and are not included in the 36 credit hours.
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.
Dr. SoJung Lee
8a MacKay Hall