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Associate of Applied Science in Global Travel and Hospitality Management

Kaplan University

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Description

Are you looking for an online program that will aid you in gaining the knowledge and the skills that are needed for becoming successful in the exciting travel and hospitality industry, one of the country's largest and fastest-growing employment sectors. Then the online Associate of Applied Science in Global Travel and Hospitality Management degree from Kaplan University is the ideal program for you.

This online Global Travel and Hospitality Management degree program will prepare students for succeeding in today's technology-driven hospitality industry field, and aiding them in meeting the increased demand for travel specialists who are skilled in the use of computers and electronic reservation systems.

As a student in this online hospitality degree program, individuals will with a number of experts in the field as they prepare to work in areas, such as:

  • Hotels and resorts
  • Restaurants
  • Corporate travel departments
  • Travel agencies
  • Wholesalers
  • Airlines
  • Tour and sightseeing companies
  • Car rental agencies
  • Cruise lines

This online global travel and hospitality management degree program has been specifically created to guide students as they examine the fundamentals of sales, marketing, and customer service across the industry, as well as learn to operate major airline reservation systems, study hotel front-office management, food and beverage management, tourism geography, global tour planning, the cruise market, and more.

Graduates of this online degree in Global Travel and Hospitality Management will have gained the knowledge and the skills that are needed to succeed in the fast-paced travel and hospitality industry, which includes having good communication skills, working with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures, being able to adapt quickly and make sound business decisions.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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