Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH)
Career Support and Outcomes

Career Connections

Recent alumni tell how the Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH) provided the knowledge, network, and preparation to enter into their hospitality management careers.

MMH graduates are employed across varying sectors within the hospitality industry. They also hold positions in industries such as retail, finance, nonprofit, and consulting and work for companies with hospitality-based interests and clients. Recent career paths include:

  • Asset management
  • Brand management
  • Consulting
  • Destination marketing
  • Digital marketing
  • Beverage management
  • Event planning
  • Hotel development
  • Hotel and resort operations
  • Human resources management
  • Investment banking
  • Project management
  • Real estate development
  • Real estate investment
  • Restaurant ownership
  • Senior living
  • Spa development
  • University education



Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH) Employment Report

Earning an MMH degree from Cornell is more than an elite education in hospitality management—it’s your ticket to a better career. See how well positioned our MMH graduates are to take on new roles in the industry.


Preparing for your career in hospitality management

As an MMH student, you’ll have access to resources across the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. In addition, you are required to complete a summer internship, which will give you hands-on experience as you prepare for your post-graduate career.

People talking at an MMH career fair
A group of men talking around tables at a career fair

Learn more about the Master of Management in Hospitality program at Cornell University