Online Certificate in Hospitality Management
The Cornell Certificate in Hospitality Management is one of the most popular online series offered at the School of Hotel Administration. Since its initial launch in 2005, over 1,500 certificates (9,000 courses) have been successfully earned by engaged participants from all corners of the globe.
Updated with new and revised courses in 2017, this five-course series introduces you to industry best practices enabling you to enhance and hone your hospitality skills. Interact with colleagues from around the world through discussion boards, receive feedback from course instructors, and complete course projects with real-world applications.
The certificate series consists of five two-week courses:
- Services Marketing Planning and Management
- Introduction to Hotel Revenue Management
- Building High Performance Teams
- Building Guest Loyalty
- Understanding Financial Statements
Enroll now to enhance your career. All courses are delivered online using eCornell's Structured Flexibility delivery methodology. Each course requires six to seven hours of learning time over a two-week period, and is facilitated by an expert instructor to ensure mastery of content and successful application back into the workplace.
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