Components of the Master in Tourism and Hospitality
The multidisciplinary nature of this widely recognized business leadership degree, with its emphasis on the international hospitality and tourism industry, allows students to develop transferable leadership skills and apply them to any industry.
The Master in Tourism program (Parts 1 and 2) will provide graduates with the knowledge base and competencies to critically analyze and research a range of sectors within the international hospitality and tourism industry from different leadership and functional perspectives.
Most importantly, it will encourage graduates to develop appropriate and effective leadership responses to strategic opportunities and challenges which, in turn, will give them a competitive edge in a rapidly expanding and changing marketplace. Part 1 leads to the award of the Postgraduate Diploma, while Part 2 which includes the writing of a Dissertation leads to the award of the Master of Science degree in International Hospitality & Tourism Management.
- Contemporary Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
- International Hospitality & Tourism Management
- Applied Leadership
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Advanced Research Methods
- Financial Management & Strategy
MA Admissions Requirements
Students wishing to enter the Master in International Hospitality and Tourism Management program at Alpine Center should have the necessary academic ability and professional experience to complete the program successfully. Most typically, applicants will have an honors degree in a related subject and/or experience of the hospitality and tourism industry. Since all teaching and assessment will be in English, applicants will be expected to have reached the required standard.
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Last updated February 22, 2018