An Associate's in Tourism and Hospitality is a great qualifier towards exciting business careers. When students choose to obtain an online degree from University of Phoenix, theyll have the benefit of setting their own flexible schedules, while learning from top professors in the field of tourism & hospitality. An Associate's in Hospitality, Travel, and Tourism can qualify students for a rewarding business career and the course credits earned are easily transfered towards a higher level degree.
Learn about food service, lodging, and tourism, and discover new ways to bring life to these industries. Learn about management roles within the hospitality industry for a solid foundation towards a bachelor's degree in this field. Each course in this degree runs nine weeks in length. Financial aid is available for most traditional and non-traditional students, making an online degree financially obtainable too. Practical, affordable, and convenient these are just a few of the benefits of studying with University of Phoenix and obtaining an Associate's in Tourism and Hospitality.
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