Service Innovation and Leadership (MS)

Register now for Summer I & II 2015 online classes!

Courses offered:

Summer I 2015: May 10th – July 18th (10 weeks)

  • MSSIL 7003.81D: Current Concept of Leadership in the Service Industry – (Prof. E. Lorenzana)

See our Course Descriptions page for details.

Attend a Graduate Information Session "Fall 2015"

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About the Program

Today’s service industry in the United States and worldwide has broadened and evolved into a major player in sustaining a healthy economy. The newest projections for the industry call for a period of unparalleled growth that will bring with it increased demand for well-prepared and skilled service innovation and leadership professionals.

FDU’s new Master of Science in Service Innovation and Leadership will increase your competitive edge as a professional in the field whether you’re an entrepreneur, employed by a service-based company or a government agency. You will build your understanding of and skills in critical service industry strategies, financial systems, service management, marketing and more.

The 36-credit non-thesis program offers on-campus, off campus, and online delivery for the convenience of working professionals. With this degree, individuals who aspire to enter or advance in the service industry can gain valuable credentials and increase their opportunities for professional fulfillment in this rewarding field.

Degree Requirements




Summer I 2015: May 10th – July 18th (10 weeks)

Summer II 2015: July 19th – September 26th (10 weeks)


Domestic Students:

$1731 per three-credit course

Online Student Essential Resources

Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology (CTLT)

For more information, please contact:

Shealine Black
Coordinator of Marketing
International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Erick Lorenzana
Associate Director
International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management