The graduate certificate program in Hospitality Decision Making & Analytics provides a foundation to better prepare students for a demanding and everchanging hospitality workforce. The curriculum provides an understanding of the economic, political and cultural forces that are shaping organizations around the world. The program is designed to enable graduates to meet the intellectual and practical challenges of managing dynamic careers in the hospitality sector.
Why choose this program?
- The increased demand for those with specialized skills in data analysis leads to higher earning potential.
- To provide the highest level of service, companies seek employees who can help create competitive advantage through effective use of decision making and data analytics.
- Students with a graduate certificate in Hospitality Decision Making and Analytics from the Conrad N. Hilton College enter the workforce with training from internationally recognized faculty experts.
Required Courses: 9 credit hours
GHL 6330 – Statistical Data Analysis in the Hospitality Industry
GHL 6360 – Graduate Directed Practicum
GHL 6397 – Selected Topics: Business Analytics
Elective Courses: 3 credit hours. Choose 1 course from the following options (Not all elective courses will be available every semester):
GHL 6381 – Strategic Decisions Making in the Hospitality Industry
GHL 7369 – Hospitality Financial Assets & Planning Management
GHL 7334 – Pricing and Revenue Management in Hospitality
GHL 7361 – Hospitality Marketing Analysis
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