Technology is amazing! Think about how far computers have developed in the last 15–20 years. Learning how to use a computer is perhaps one of the most important skills that someone can learn in today’s society. What better way to learn how to use a computer than to take and finish a degree online!
The Hotel and Restaurant Management degree at Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies can be completed online. This means that you can study from anywhere in the world – with minimal disruption to your life – and when your study is complete, you will have a degree that will help you enter an industry that has more supervisory and management jobs than they have people to fill those jobs. And a bonus is that you learn from many of the same award winning faculty members that you learn from on campus.
One of the benefits to an online degree is how convenient it is to complete! Convenient does not mean easy. In fact, an online student needs to be more disciplined and self-motivated than an on campus student. Convenient means that the student drives the time, the place and the learning portions of the degree. You can work on the degree at 3am in your living room, at noon on your lunch break or 3pm when your children are completing their homework. Not to mention the many other benefits of online learning.
Are you ready to take the next step?
About the author:
Albert Schmid is a husband, father, professor and chair of the Hotel and Restaurant Management, Beverage Management and Hospitality Management departments at Sullivan University. He is an award-winning author for The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook (the 2010 Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Book for Cooking with Drinks in the World and Best Book for Cooking with Wines, Beers and Spirits in the USA) and The Beverage Manager’s Guide to Wines, Beers and Spirits (the 2012 Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Wine Book for Professionals in the USA).
In 2011, Albert was honored by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) with an Award of Excellence. In 2012, he was elected to the IACP Board of Directors.