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Request Information Part time Master's Programs in Tourism and Hospitality in A Coruña in Spain 2019
The new Master in Planning and Management of Destinations and Tourist Products has the function of training students for research in tourism and to carry out professional tasks in the sector. For this reason we offer two itineraries: researcher and professional. [+]
The economic and social importance of tourism in Galicia and in the rest of Spain is very important, hence the formation of human resources becomes an inescapable task for public universities Tourism is a sector that needs to be analyzed from different perspectives Such as sociology, geography, economics, medicine, computer science, etc. This sector, undoubtedly one of the most important in our society, was for years forgotten by scientists, being planned and managed by people without specific training.
The degree that is proposed is the continuation of higher studies for people studying the current degree in Tourism and for other people trained in social and human sciences degrees in general who want to work or research in the tourism sector.... [-]