U.K. campus to offer 33-credit graduate degree
By Elizabeth White
(TEANECK) – A Master of Science in Hospitality Management Studies is now being offered at FDU’s Wroxton College in Wroxton, England.
“The Master of Science in Hospitality Management Studies increases students’ analytical, managerial and leadership competencies and will provide graduates with the requisite preparation for career advancement in various hospitality professional areas,” the director of the school Dr. Joseph Tormey, said.
The hospitality master’s degree is made up of 33 credits and is the first full- degree program to be offered at Wroxton College.
“The program is designed to provide a hospitality management education with an academically rigorous, yet exible,programofstudythat meets the requirements for a professional master’s degree,” according to FDU’s website.
The new degree is part of the International School of
U.K. campus to o er 33-credit graduate degree
Hospitality and Management, which was “ranked sixth among top hospitality programs in the U.S. by thebestschools.org and ranked 11th by CEOWorld,” according to FDU’s website.
“FDU’s International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management is one of the oldest and highest ranked hospitality schools in the United States,” President Capuano said, “and we are thrilled to continue our commitment to global education by o ering a graduate program in such close proximity to the leading hospitality centers as well as the historic cities in Europe, allowing students to make valuable professional connections worldwide.”
The International School of Hospitality and Tourism management master’s graduates “have a 90 percent job placement rate upon completion of the program and join a hospitality alumni network of nearly 3,000 graduates worldwide,” according to FDU’s website.