What makes Robinson’s Regynald G. Washington Master of Global Hospitality Management so special?

We mean business
By housing our program in a business college, students learn the skills and acumen needed to understand the functional components of business in the global hospitality industry, including marketing, revenue and asset management, sustainability, and more.
Know you’re among excellence
In 2016, CEOWORLD Magazine ranked the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration among the top 30 hospitality and hotel management schools in the world.
Students engage with the industry
Our students have the opportunity to meet and mingle with owners, developers and corporate leaders at one of many major trade shows and conferences around the country, free of charge. Students have attended the Graduate Hospitality and Tourism Research Conference, the Hunter Hotel Investment Conference, and the National Restaurant Association Show, among others. Learn more about the MGHM student experience »
You’ll prepare for professional certifications
Students become eligible to obtain key professional certificates, including the Certification in Hospitality Industry Analytics (CHIA) and the Certificate in Sustainable Hospitality Operations.

Frontline Feedback

A global hospitality management professor and alumnus discuss the resources the program constantly draws upon, such as some of the nation’s top hotels, restaurants, and venues, which are located right outside Robinson’s door.

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12 months, three semesters




  • Georgia residents: $37,500
  • Non-Ga. residents: $42,500


Buckhead Center

Job Outlook

Master of Global Hospitality Management graduates are recruited regularly by local, national, and international companies.

Employers include:

  • InterContinental Hotel Group
  • Disney
  • Marriott Hotels
  • Bank of America
  • Georgia Restaurant Association
  • Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company
  • Expedia

Program Highlights

Heart of the city
From hotels and restaurants to venues and attractions, Atlanta is home to local, national, and international corporations — and Robinson’s in the heart of it.
International field experience
Students have the option to study global hospitality issues in an international setting. For the past two years, the program has traveled to Cuba.
Learn from leaders
Collectively, our faculty members bring more than 400 years of industry and teaching experience.

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