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The purpose of the 12-hour graduate academic certificate is to offer professionals in hospitality, tourism or other allied industries the opportunity to build skills and knowledge in critical analysis and subject content.
Courses are taught by knowledgeable and supportive faculty members who are actively involved in research involving hospitality operations, legal and regulatory aspects, marketing of hospitality services, sustainability, curriculum development, information technology and global consumer issues impacting the hospitality industry.
After being advised by a graduate coordinator, you will complete 12 hours of content-based courses in your area of specialization. All 12 hours must be completed through UNT and with CMHT (CMHT and HMGT) courses. All certificates may be completed with 100% online courses. Some certificate programs have resident campus course options.