Masters in Hospitality and Tourism
Masters in Hospitality and Tourism Management is designed to provide focused and specialist courses, linked to professional body requirements and National Occupational Standards where appropriate, with a clear work-related emphasis. There is a strong emphasis on practical skills development alongside the development of requisite knowledge and understanding in the sector. They are particularly suitable for more mature learners who wish to follow a programme of study that is directly related to their work experience or to an aspect of employment that they wish to move into in due course. On successful completion of these qualifications, national recognition by employers enables learners to progress into or within employment and/or continue their study in the vocational area.
Any other qualification which you must have completed before taking the qualification
This is a stand-alone qualification, but there are entry requirements. Applicants must have obtained one of the following: Masters In Hospitality and Tourism accepted by LMQ education board. Overseas qualifications, has judged by UK NARIC, to be equivalent in standard to a level 6 qualification in the UK (or higher). 3 years Senior management work experience in the reputed organization.
Any prior knowledge, skills or understanding which you are required to have before taking the qualification
None (provided that you meet the entry criteria listed above).
- L/PDHT/7001 International Tourism Policy and Development
- L/PDHT/7002 Organisational Behaviour in International Hospitality and Tourism Organisations
- L/PDHT/7003 E-Tourism and Social Media in Hospitality and Tourism
- L/PDHT/7004 Strategic Human resource and Development in Hospitality and Tourism
- L/PDHT/7005 Research methods in Hospitality and Tourism
- L/PDHT/7006 Destination Management
Key Features of the LMQ level 07 Postgraduate Diploma
Engage in learning that is relevant to them and which gives them opportunities to develop a range of skills, techniques and attributes essential for successful performance in Hospitality and Tourism Sector. The Masters in Hospitality and Tourism Management provides broader work-related focus and is particularly useful for learners who wish to progress to an MBA or other Masters degree programme in Hospitality and Tourism Sector.
The method of assessment and associated requirements relating to it
The assessment criteria of a unit specify the standard a learner is expected to meet to demonstrate that a learning outcome or set of learning outcomes has been achieved. The learning outcomes and assessment criteria clearly articulate the learning achievement for, which the credit will be awarded at the level assigned to the unit. All learning outcome should be addressed either through assignment based or examination method.
The criteria against which your level of attainment will be measured
Refer to the assessment criteria for each unit.
How long is the course
The study programme can be part-time or full time, and the framework gives centres the flexibility to develop engaging, relevant programmes to support their learners’ professional development aspirations.
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Last updated January 28, 2018