Certificate in Hotel Revenue Management
$3,600.00 (USD), Now $2,880 (USD) *
Hospitality managers are charged with making strategic and proactive decisions to increase occupancy rates and total revenue for their properties. Applying a systematic process to such decision-making can increase their success. This five-course certificate series in hotel revenue management, developed by renowned revenue management expert Dr. Sheryl Kimes of Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration, provides a holistic view of the application of revenue management concepts and practices to the hospitality industry.
The courses in this series focus on several high-impact drivers for maximizing revenue: forecasting and availability controls, pricing and distribution channel management, overbooking and group management, and non-traditional revenue management applications. Each course explores a topic in depth, with particular emphasis on the role of strategy in effective revenue management and the practical application of tools and techniques in the hospitality setting.
*20% Discount is valid only when you enroll in June and prepay with a credit card. Use Promo Code: CUWELCOME20
This certificate has 5 online courses requiring ~30 hours to complete.
Please note Introduction to Hotel Revenue Management must be taken first. Subsequent courses may be taken in any sequence.
- Introduction to Hotel Revenue Management
- Forecasting and Availability Controls in Hotel Revenue Management
- Pricing Strategy and Distribution Channels in Hotel Revenue Management
- Overbooking Practices in Hotel Revenue Management
- Non-Traditional Applications of Hotel Revenue Management
Who Should Take This Certificate Series?
This certificate series is designed for hospitality managers, general managers, revenue managers, and other hospitality professionals responsible for the financial performance of their organization.
Participants who successfully complete all 5 courses in this certificate series will receive a Certificate in Hotel Revenue Management from Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration. Participants will also receive .6 Professional Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for each course that is successfully completed.