Twelve new hospitality mini-courses designed for professionals are now offered by The School of Hospitality Business, an industry-specific school within the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. Prospective students can gain targeted hospitality skills and choose the courses that align with their individual career aspirations and budgets.
The two-week online mini-courses include access to all of the content found in the three eight-week courses that make up the management certificate in the business of hospitality. Students who complete all 12 mini-courses will receive this certificate.
David Frayer, director of executive development programs in the Broad College of Business, states, “We are thrilled to offer these flexible programs to help hospitality professionals move ahead in their hospitality career on their schedule and within their budget.”
To learn more about the mini-courses, or to enroll, visit http://www.michiganstateuniversityonline.com/hospitality-mini-courses/