Students who spend the time necessary to complete a graduate certificate program have proof of knowledge that complements their academic degrees. These brief courses can be advantageous in securing favorable employment or advancing academic careers.
Hospitality management courses are a mix of classroom lectures and hands-on experiences. Courses in hospitality management help workers in the hotel, restaurant, and tourism industries gain management skills. These skills will help them advance to supervisory positions in their companies.
The hospitality and tourism industry currently represents the second largest employer in the United States.
Columbia Southern University recognizes that there is a growing desire of many within the workforce for focused training in a professional specialization.
To meet this need, CSU offers Graduate Certificate Programs which fully utilize courses from the CSU degree concentrations.
The hospitality and tourism industry currently represents the second largest employer in the United States. With the aging baby boomer population, we are seeing an increased interest in leisure activities. CSU's degrees in hospitality and yourism prepares students for careers in a wide array of hospitality and tourism professions including lodging, conventions and destination services management, food service, travel and tourism, financial management and technology, and recreation related industries....