SJC Long Island B.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management and M.B.A.

SJC Long Island B.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management and M.B.A.

Learn about hospitality. Become a business professional. Get ready.

SJC Long Island’s dual degree program blends the worlds of hospitality and business, preparing graduates to be strong leaders in the tourism industry.  

Take on the challenges of modern-day hospitality, while thinking on your feet, socializing with others and expressing your creativity. Our program is ideal for students who seek leadership opportunities and are ready to broaden their industry knowledge. With an M.B.A. under your belt, you will have built onto your business administration foundation with the marketing, financial development and management strategies needed to quickly rise to the top of your field. 

Build upon your strengths and interests. Master skills that will ensure your success in leadership roles. Lead a robust career in business and hospitality and tourism management with a dual degree from SJC Long Island. 


Michael DeCiccoMichael DeCicco B.S. ’18, M.A. ’21
B.S. in Hospitality Management, with a Concentration in Healthcare and a minor in Business Administration; M.B.A. in Health Care Management

"I was prepared to enter the working world when I graduated, thanks to St. Joseph’s College. SJC instructors are some of the brightest leaders in the industry, which creates an impactful learning experience. So far, I’ve been able to tackle many of my career goals before expected, and I feel confident in my skills and knowledge from SJC to keep doing so."

The SJC Long Island B.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management and M.B.A. Experience

Research and Internship Opportunities: Conduct research and present at conferences around the country. Engage in meaningful internship opportunities across Long Island.

 

Extensive Career Options: Prepare for a career in such fields as health care administration, human resources or hotel management.

 

Get Ahead, Fast: The dual degree program can be completed within five years — including all prerequisites.