Tourism Management Master of Tourism Management (M.T.M.)

Requirements and Curriculum

Curriculum

The Master of Tourism Management requires completion of 30 credits, with 26 credits in the required courses and a minimum of four credits of directed business electives. This is a coursework-only degree and does not require completion of a thesis.

It is suggested that NRRT 600 be taken in the first or second semester. All courses are eight weeks with some courses offered the first part of a semester and others in the second part of a semester.

Required courses (26 credits)

If you are interested in learning more about tourism in the ski industry, you may swap some of this program's required courses with ski area management courses. The following options are available:

Take: In place of:
NRRT 523 – Strategic Ski Area Marketing and Management NRRT 655 – Tourism Marketing Concepts and Applications
NRRT 524 – Ski Area Finance and Investment NRRT 650 – Financial Management in Tourism

A third ski area management course of your choice may serve as an elective.

Directed Electives (4 credits)

Students can take the electives listed below or other electives may be approved by an advisor.

Tourism Curriculum Schedule Graphic

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