Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH)
The Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH) program is a graduate-level business program firmly anchored in the hospitality industry. While you’ll learn foundational business principles, much like MBA students, the MMH curriculum focuses on understanding and experiencing the business of hospitality management, rather than general management.
Complete fundamental business courses in finance, accounting, services marketing, management communications, human resources management, properties development and planning, and more—all through a hospitality lens. You’ll also be required to secure a summer internship at a hospitality organization.
The MMH curriculum is team-based and experiential by design—you’ll see hospitality management in action and grow your professional networks through special events and opportunities including the Leadership Development Program, the MMH Master Class, group treks, and the Hotel Show in New York City.
You’ll have the opportunity to concentrate in an area of expertise specific to the Cornell Nolan School of Hotel Administration and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. You can also choose to minor in real estate through the Baker Program in Real Estate.