Prepare yourself to think critically about real-world challenges in hospitality and quickly adapt to cultivate the perfect guest experience.
Hands-on Learning with Consulting Project
Flexible Schedule and Evening Courses
Benefit from Powerful Career Support
Our program is designed to provide you the tools to create authentic, personalized experiences within the growing hospitality industry. Our industry-backed curriculum offers real-world experience and world-class education to help you think creatively and analytically when navigating this ever-changing industry.
Designed with the real world in mind, our Master in Hospitality Management program includes a hands-on consulting project allowing you to put your skills into action. You also gain access to one-on-one career coaching, resume critiques and industry intelligence tools to prepare you to take the next step in your career.
Get ready to innovate the guest experience. Partner with the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) and become a leader in this experience-driven industry.
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There's no one way to use your hospitality management degree in the global $1.6 trillion industry.
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Hospitality and tourism are some of the world’s largest and fastest-growing industries — reaching nearly $1.6 trillion in hotel bookings in 2017. Dubbed “America’s unsung hero of job creation” by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, this vibrant industry is constantly blooming with growth and earning potential.
“I love helping people. I love that this industry does that. That’s why I wanted to come to Temple and get a graduate degree.”Cassandra Ball
“At STHM I had the opportunity to study with people from all over the world. It allowed me to work with people of different ages, traditions, beliefs, and despite all of that, we achieved excellent results.”Belsy Munive
“I chose Temple not only for its great reputation but because it offered the unique experience of being in the heart of Philadelphia. It’s situated on a large campus and offers great cultural diversity. My experience here opened the world up to me in many ways.”Jeff Hickman
“Being a part of the program allowed for great practical experience through internships, attending industry functions and conferences, and several networking opportunities, including STHM’s Executive in Residence series featuring high level executive from the sport, recreation, tourism and hospitality fields. Also, STHM’s expansive alumni database and Center for Student Professional Development was a huge resource that took the stress out of finding job after graduation.”Meghan Goff
Can you picture yourself planning a large fundraising event for a nonprofit organization? Creating a national marketing campaign that breathes life into a multinational hotel brand?
Or do you want to develop innovative programs and processes that enhance the guest experience? At STHM, you customize your degree to your career goals through our market-driven concentrations, developing the specialized expertise that will set you apart.
Imagine yourself planning an amazing nonprofit fundraiser, a national marketing campaign that takes the world by storm or developing out-of-the-box programs and processes to enhance the guest experience.
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Note: Rates listed are for the 2019-2020 academic year only. Tuition rates for the upcoming academic year are approved and announced by the Temple University's Bursar's Office every July.
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Each year, Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) is privileged to host executives and industry leaders in what it calls its Executive in Residence program. Here we offer an overview of the five individuals who took part in the 9th year of the program, sharing insights with STHM students over the course of three events over the fall.
In October, Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) hosted the 2019 Northeastern Regional Conference of the National Society of Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH).