The field of global hospitality management has grown and evolved post-pandemic. Hospitality students have to prepare for emerging trends in the industry, including increased travel demand, new technological advances, and more entrepreneurial options than ever before. The Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality's MS in Global Hospitality Management prepares students for careers in today's international hospitality industry and provides the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in hotel management, the food and beverage industry, and other hospitality sectors. It offers students the benefits and resources of studying at NYU, and the competitive advantage of earning a hospitality degree in New York City—home to the top hotels in the world.
Hospitality management is the development and delivery of exceptional guest experiences in hotels, restaurants, theme parks, resorts, and private clubs. The hospitality industry extends beyond hotel management, as it includes many more business types and models, for example short-term vacation rental properties, catering companies, workplace services, and co-working spaces.