Exploring Hospitality Program Rankings

  title={Exploring Hospitality Program Rankings},
  author={StaceyI. Gould and David C. Bojanic},
  journal={Journal of Hospitality \& Tourism Education},
  pages={24 - 32}
An increasing number of people in both the public and private sector are demanding that institutions of higher education ought to be held to higher levels of accountability and delivery of services. One of the most popular tools used to meet these demands have been the ranking of academic programs. This study explored the ranking of undergraduate hospitality programs as perceived by industry recruiters. The implications of utilizing rankings as decision-making tools were also researched. Based… 
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