MBA ESG Curriculum

Curriculum of the MBA in Hospitality Management Program

Career in Hospitality Management

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Hospitality Management from MBA ESG is designed to equip you with operational and managerial skills that will
help secure you a lucrative and rewarding career in the hospitality industry. The curriculum includes a mix of traditional management subjects such as accounting and finance, and subjects that take you into the heart of the industry.

Apart from the usual subjects, French is also a core part of the curriculum during the first year. French is one of the most widely spoken languages across the globe. It is one of the official languages of the United Nations and of 29 countries. Hence, knowledge of the French language can open multiple doors to numerous opportunities in Hospitality Management worldwide.

Year 1 :: Semester 1

The first semester starts with an introduction to Hospitality Management and common management subjects such as Managerial Economics and Business Statistics.

  • Management Theory & Practices
  • Accounting for Hospitality Managers
  • Organization Behavior
  • Managerial Economics
  • Business Statistics
  • Introduction to Tourism & Hospitality Industry
  • French Language 1


Year 1 :: Semester 2

The second semester too sticks to a more traditional approach to management with Business Law, Finance Management, HR Management, etc.

  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Law
  • Tourism & Hospitality Marketing
  • Financial Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Business Research Methods
  • French Language 2


Year 2 :: Semester 3

The third semester is where you get into the heart of hospitality management and study it more deeply. You will learn about marketing, strategies, food and beverage management, and other interesting aspects of the industry. This will enable you to understand the nuances and complexities of hospitality.

  • Strategic Management
  • Integrated Marketing Communication & Media Planning
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Hospitality Distribution
  • Revenue Management
  • Brand Management in Hospitality
  • Finance in Hospitality
  • Internship Report and Viva-Voce


Year 2 :: Semester 4

The final semester is dedicated to augmenting the management aspects of the industry. An innovative feature of this semester is the introduction of Business Game, a simulation of a business environment where you work on virtual business scenarios and respond to them as in real-life. This inculcates in you the confidence and skills that are highly essential in a fast-paced business environment.

  • Services Marketing
  • Multi-Cultural Negotiation
  • E-Marketing
  • Business Game – Hospitality
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Hospitality Facility & Designing
  • Managing Technology in Hospitality
  • Dissertation
  • Dissertation Viva-Voce

Internships are also an integral part of the curriculum, which enable you to work with hospitality brands, hotels, and various other hospitality establishments. Internships also allow you to build a professional network that could provide a step into the industry or hasten your employment. They are a great way to whet your appetite and give you a ringside view of the industry.

The curriculum of MBA ESG’s Hospitality Management program includes both theoretical and practical application of knowledge. Rather than providing a passive look at the hospitality industry, the course encourages you to get more hands-on and delve into it completely. At the end of the course, you are not only ready to graduate but ready to be hired by some of the best names in the hospitality industry.

Author: Abhishek

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