Serving New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands and Eight Tribal Nations.
Existing Programs with Green Focus
Northern Arizona University
School of Hotel and Restaurant Management
Northern Arizona University offers wide range of holistic courses that bring environmental preservation and mindfulness into focus. The curriculum required for the hotel and restaurant management major combine management courses, technical training, and liberal arts studies. The international hospitality management major emphasizes coursework tailored for those students who wish to work internationally or have a general interest in international travel and tourism.
MiraCosta College provides quality instruction and support services that allow students to pursue and achieve their educational goals. The college responds to the needs of its students and community by creating new programs, expanding existing programs, and implementing innovative approaches to teaching and learning that prepare students to be productive citizens in a diverse and dynamic world. Environmental awareness is one of MiraCosta's core values.
Colorado State University
Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Natural Resource Tourism
Fort Collins, Colorado
Natural resource tourism prepares students for careers in natural resource related tourism positions in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. The curriculum emphasizes courses in tourism management, marketing and planning, natural resources, business, and social science to develop appropriate skills for work in recreation and tourism enterprises.
George Washington University
Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management
Sustainable Tourism Destination Management focuses on the comparative advantage and competitive positioning of tourist destinations enhanced by their commitment to sustainable development principles and practices. Emphasis is placed on minimizing the negative impacts of tourism and preserving cultural and natural resources, while optimizing tourism's overall contribution to economic development in host communities.
Florida International University
School of Hospitality & Tourism Management
North Miami, Florida
The School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at Florida International University has maintained a consistent ranking as one of the top hospitality management schools in the United States and has won international recognition. Offering several undergraduate courses in sustainability and environmental quality management to broaden the student's perspectives and ready them for a more conscious future.
St. Petersburg College
Hospitality and Tourism Management
The Hospitality and Tourism Management program is offered through a partnership between St. Petersburg College and the University Partnership Center with Florida International University. Students in this program are highly recruited for employment at local, national and international companies
University of Hawaii
School of Travel Industry Management
The School of Travel Industry Management (TIM) on the University of Hawaii's Manoa is a leading professional institution in the development and dissemination of knowledge on all aspects of the travel industry in the Asia-Pacific.
Manfred Steinfeld School of Hospitality and Tourism Management
No better place exists than Roosevelt University to learn about the tourism industry than the Chicago metropolitan area with its wealth of world-class hotels and restaurants and its rich blend of ethnic cultures and cuisines, arts and entertainment, sports and recreation. With offices overlooking several of Chicago's major tourism destinations, and in suburban Schaumburg, the School offers an undergraduate program and the only graduate program in Illinois preparing students for management and leadership careers in the hospitality and tourism industry.
University of Northern Iowa
School of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services
Cedar Falls, Iowa
The Sustainable Tourism and Environment Program (STEP) provides an opportunity to join community and University resources in developing tourism opportunities which enrich our social and cultural heritage, environmental quality, and economic well-being. The primary purpose of STEP is to enhance education by linking theory to practice.
University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota Tourism Center
St. Paul, Minnesota
A collaboration of the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences and the University of Minnesota Extension. Center affiliates work with industry leaders to develop new or evolve existing ideas to improve marketing, management, and operational practices.
Missouri State University
Hospitality and Restaurant Administration Department
The Hospitality and Restaurant Administration Department at MSU is designed to prepare students for exciting careers in the hospitality industry, which is one of the fastest growing industries in the world today. Another path to consider is the Travel Geography or Tourism Planning and Development degree through the Department of Geography, Geology and Planning. Career opportunities include travel agencies, tour operations, convention planning and sales, private attractions, transportation companies, real estate development and marketing and both public and private-sector tourism agencies and planning organizations at the local, regional, state and federal levels.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Harrah Hotel College
Las Vegas, Nevada
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas Harrah Hotel College is a leader for hospitality, tourism, and leisure sciences learning, discovery, social action, and innovation.
University of New Hampshire
Whittemore School of Business & Economics
Durham, New Hampshire
The University of New Hampshire's program in hospitality management is one of only a few programs worldwide accredited by both the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business and the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration. Graduates are prepared to assume leadership development, management trainee, and management positions in all sectors of the service sector, with primary emphasis on the hospitality industry.
Rutgers - Camden
School of Business
Camden, New Jersey
The Bachelors in Hospitality Management Program is designed primarily for individuals who have an interest in pursuing careers within the hospitality industry in areas such as Hotel Management, Casino Administration, Food & Beverage Operations, Hospitality entrepreneurship or any related field. The curriculum develops both hospitality aptitude and broad business and management skills.
School of Hotel Administration
Ithaca, New York
The Cornell School of Hotel Administration offers a combination of inspired classroom teaching and innovative practical experiences. As the only Ivy League business-management program to focus on hospitality, we actively prepare students to be leaders in a dynamic global industry.
Culinary Institute of America
Hyde Park, New York
Program Offered: Bachelor in Culinary Arts
At the Culinary Institute of America students learn to apply their management tools and advanced management concepts to the core disciplines of the foodservice manager.
New York University
The Preston Robert Tisch Center
New York, New York
The Tisch Center prepares students to learn and thrive in a dynamic and competitive global environment-one that both embraces and embodies the consumer experience. Degree programs are taught by renowned faculty-leading academics and distinguished executives-who bring valuable real-world knowledge to the classroom.
State University of New York, Cobleskill
Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Tourism Department
Cobleskill, New York
The Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Tourism Department at State University of New York provides students with educational experiences that will prepare them for professionally satisfying careers. The curriculum in each of the programs allows students time to learn the foundation knowledge necessary to meet the challenges of today and the future. Moreover, laboratory courses give students time to practice the skills needed to be successful in any of the hospitality professions.
East Carolina University
Center for Sustainable Tourism
Greenville, North Carolina
East Carolina University offers an interdisciplinary Master of Science in Sustainable Tourism (MS-ST) degree. The program is anchored on four core sustainability and tourism courses—an introductory course, a science course, a business course, and a planning and policy course. In addition, students will choose from a set of electives and can opt for independent study or internship experience. Both thesis and non-thesis options are offered.
School of Hospitality Management
University Park, Pennsylvania
The School of Hospitality Management is among the oldest and most respected programs in the nation. It is also one of only a handful of schools in the world to offer advanced degrees in the hospitality field. Programs offered by the Penn State School of Hospitality Management help to prepare students for management careers in hotels, restaurants, resorts, casinos, convention centers, healthcare and corporate dining facilities, educational institutions, consulting, and other commercial and noncommercial settings.
Green Mountain College
Resort Hospitality Program
Green Mountain College incorporates sustainability and environmental issues throughout its curriculum. Specifically, the Resort and Hospitality Management program is an intensive three-year degree program earned in the classroom and at the nation's largest ski resort. Green Mountain gives students real world, resume building experiences that teach them what it takes to mitigate environmental impacts all the while exceeding guest expectations and improving the bottom line.