Wherever you look, you can find a new cutting-edge product emerging from the beverage industry. Whether it’s a canned twist on a staple drink or a brand new low-cal healthy alternative, innovation in the beverage industry is bubbling. Department chair of food and beverage management for Johnson & Wales College of Hospitality’s Michael Sabitoni elaborated on what exactly students in the program should expect. “Students are prepared to work in such beverage-related businesses as international beverage sales and marketing, international importing and exporting, brand management and managing international beverage marketing through media and internet outlets.”
By 2024, it’s estimated the beverage industry’s market size will be worth over $1.8 billion. With your international beverage management master’s degree you can gain the knowledge and tools it takes to stay ahead of the curve in the beverage world.
Through this program you can earn your international beverage management degree online at your own time. This means you can continue to grow in your field while getting double time experience in your online classroom. Our MS – International Beverage Management “provides students with advanced beverage education in all aspects of the beverage industry,” says Sabitoni. “During this program students will be engaged in beverage operations management, beverage research methodologies, advanced beverage studies and contemporary global beverage industry issues.”
What Courses Do International Beverage Management Students Take?
- General Studies in Fermentation Science
- Advanced Global Wine Studies
- Advanced Global Studies in Beer and Brewing Operations
- Advanced Beverage Marketing and Retail
- And more
What Career Opportunities Are Available to International Beverage Management Graduates?
- Brewery operations manager
- Beverage brand marketer
- Sales manager
- And more
Learn more about earning your MS – International Beverage Management degree online at JWU.