Exploring Hospitality Program Rankings

@article{Gould2002ExploringHP,
  title={Exploring Hospitality Program Rankings},
  author={StaceyI. Gould and David C. Bojanic},
  journal={Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education},
  year={2002},
  volume={14},
  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… Expand
15 Citations
An Analysis of Leading Hospitality Programs Located Outside of the College of Business
  • 1
Evaluating quality in associate degree culinary arts programs
  • 16
Considering Specializations: An Alternative for Ranking Hospitality and Tourism Graduate Programs
  • 6
  • Highly Influenced
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 17 REFERENCES
Organizational report cards
  • 204
Colleges' Hospitality Programs Perceived Quality
  • 31
  • Highly Influential
The Relationship Between Preferences for and Perceptions of Vacation Destinations: Application of a Choice Model
  • 353
  • Highly Influential
AS We See Ourselves
  • 16
A Self-Published College Guide Goes Big-Time, and Educators Cry Foul.
  • 9
  • Highly Influential
Academic Quality Improvement Project
  • 2001
Some Words About the Word Quality
  • Academic Quality Improvement Project. <http:// www.aqip.org/AQIPparticipants.html> (2002, January 19).
  • 2001
...
1
2
...