Hospitality Sales and Marketing Certificate
The hospitality industry is on a continued growth mode and the business of hospitality encompasses food services, event management, room services and much much more. This 3 months intensive study of marketing and sales theory and practices of a hospitality property will get you engaged with many component of the hospitality business. From brand building development strategies to marketing of the property's services will immerse you in a world of real sales and marketing work. Learning to make sales calls to travel agents or corporate clients to understanding the role advertising and public relations for a hotel brand, will have you graduating from this program with tools necessary for your success in the hospitality industry.
- 3 months (1 Semester)
- Students who complete the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Certificate will receive:
- AH&LA: Hospitality Sales & Marketing Certificate
- 5 credits toward the Hospitality Management Diploma
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CC 250 - Supervision in the Hospitality Industry
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CC 323 - Destination Management & Marketing
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CC 374 - Revenue Management
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CC 472 - Hospitality Sales & Marketing
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