Boston University

Public UNIVERSITY IN THE East
928 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

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SCOTT ECKSTEIN

PROGRAM CONTACT

424-262-1288

seckstein@bu.edu

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Designed specifically for professionals with an interest in the ever-expanding field of Senior Living, the Boston University School of Hospitality Administration (SHA) master’s degree is now offered on weekends to accommodate the busy lives of working individuals. Balanced Program Earn your MMH, part-time, in two years. Executives will take two classes per semester and each course will be taught over two full weekends (Fridays- Sundays). Coursework and assignments, questions, activities will also be shared asynchronously to complement the on-campus weekend experience. This schedule is designed to minimize the impact on your work schedule. Business Program, Hospitality Perspective, Senior Living Expertise Continue to elevate your expertise in the business, operations and challenges of senior living, while strengthening core business acumen through SHA’s foundational courses in Leadership, Branding, Financial Management, Innovation & Disruption. Core courses are taught in the Fall term; Senior Living electives are offered in the Spring semesters, with optional electives in the BU School of Social Work, School of Public Health, or other electives in the School of Hospitality Administration.

ACCREDITATION

New England Commission of Higher Education

TOTAL STUDENTS

60

STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO

10 to 1

INTERNSHIP

In process

Partnerships

Advisory council, NIC, ICAA