The HTM program now has the opportunity to teach and study the hospitality industry through the facilities of a state-of-the-art mini-convention center.
"The Detroit International Riverfront Convention Center" will accommodate the growth experienced by HTM and will provide the proper facilities of sufficient quality and diversity to support academic needs now and in the future.
The Convention Conference Center is supported by "Smart Tech"; state-of-the-art computer, culinary art, and sensory analysis laboratories, demonstration kitchens, seminar rooms, exhibition space, dining facilities, classrooms and faculty offices.
A compliment to the Hotel and Tourism program is the PGA Golf Management curriculum that is a "unique mixture of academics and athletics."
A 10-week course is designed with students’ goals in mind. The instructor-led courses are delivered using "Smart Tech", a facilitated teaching approach to engage students and encourage interaction and participation.
Courses are competitively priced and available in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.
Financial Aid is available for students that qualify.