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Master of Science in
Hospitality Management

Prepare yourself to think critically about real-world challenges in hospitality and quickly adapt to cultivate the perfect guest experience.

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 of Science in Hospitality Management 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.

Top 10 Careers in Hospitality

What can you do with a master’s degree in hospitality management?

There are many ways to use your hospitality management degree in the global trillion-dollar industry.

  • Hotel and Resort Management
  • Hotel Marketing
  • Event Management
  • Gaming and Casino Management
  • Venue and Convention Management
  • Event Entrepreneurship
  • Operations Management
  • Restaurant Management
  • Restaurant Entrepreneurship
  • Food and Beverage Management

CREATING OPPORTUNITY FOR REAL-LIFE SUCCESS

The theories and foundation of knowledge learned in the classroom gave me the confidence to take on real world challenges faced throughout my internship at Welcome America Inc.

– Caitlin Pinick Sponsorship and Community Impact Intern, Welcome America Inc
 Master of Science in Hospitality Management, Class of 2019

In the program, I was able to gain real life experiences through industry networking events and internship programs. The program also invited industry leaders to be a part of the teaching process which offered me a chance to see what's going on in the real industry. The faculty were really professional and resourceful in providing me with not just skill sets but also their resources and connections within the industry. In fact, I got an internship opportunity through one of my professors which leads to a full time job at Sheraton right after my graduation.

– Qingqing (Tina) Xing Revenue Analyst at Sheraton Framingham Hotels & Conference Center
 Master of Science in Hospitality Management, Class of 2018

Something that STHM instilled in me is the concept of making the most out of your opportunities and that what you put into school, your career, or life in general is what you are going to get out of it. Always put the best representation of yourself forward no matter the circumstances.

– Jesse Rathner Coordinator, Service Excellence at The Cleveland Indians
 Master of Science in Hospitality Management, Class of 2016

Enrollment Information

Begin to impact this highly-profitable industry here.
Paying for your degree
Tuition:
$956 per credit hour (Pennsylvania resident)
$1,109 per credit hour (out-of-state resident)
Total Credits: 30

See details about tuition, opportunities for
financial aid and scholarships, and more:

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Note: Rates listed are for the 2020-2021 academic year only. Tuition rates for the upcoming academic year are approved and announced by the Temple University’s Bursar’s Office every July.

Application information & deadlines
Fall Deadlines
December 15 - Early Admissions Deadline
March 1 - Priority Scholarship Deadline & International Student Deadline
June 30 – Final Application Deadline

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Recent News

Temple University is proud to announce that the U.S.-Asia Center for Tourism & Hospitality Research at the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) has recently been designated a Knowledge Partner of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). This recognition sets the school apart as one of only 10 such partners worldwide—only 3 of which are academic centers, and STHM is the only one from the U.S.


The Center for Hospitality Resilience’s brought students in as partners to serve the community through her capstone class in the Master in Hospitality Management program. Center Co-Director Dr. Ceridwyn King devised last fall’s version of the course to be a hands-on learning experience that lent post-pandemic support to a key industry partner.