Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH)
A Sense of Belonging
Students tell how the Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH) program helped them feel welcome and part of the community.
previously worked in hospitality
of work experience (average)
average GMAT score (middle 50%)
The global Hotelie network
More about industry immersive experiences
As an MMH student, it’s possible that you’ll interact with hundreds of SHA alumni. They return to Cornell as guest speakers, workshop facilitators, and career mentors, and you’ll meet with them off campus at industry events. The alumni directory will serve as an important resource—Hotelies around the world are happy to chat.
Engaged and expert faculty
SHA faculty directory
SHA faculty have deep expertise in core business disciplines within the verticals that comprise the hospitality industry—lodging, restaurants, real estate, e-commerce, spas, and more. Given the small MMH class size, faculty serve not only as instructors, but also as career coaches, research collaborators, and professional mentors.
Upcoming events at SHA
Practice your business and communication skills as you participate in hospitality-related hackathons, pitch deck and business plan competitions, treks, case competitions, industry conferences, roundtables, and more. MMH students also lead the Hospitality Graduate Student Organization.
Extended Cornell opportunities
Cornell Graduate School student experience
MMH students are part of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and the Cornell Graduate School, so whether you’re interested in technology, economics, entrepreneurship, family business, investing, real estate, agriculture—or anything else—you can find ways to get involved and collaborate at Cornell.