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15 Course Programs in Tourism and Hospitality Tourism Tourism Management 2024

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Course Programs in Tourism and Hospitality Tourism Tourism Management

Many individuals from all walks of life choose to enroll in academic courses as a way of enhancing their knowledge of a particular subject area and broadening their earning potential. Courses participation is also sometimes mandated as part of a continuing education requirement.

What is a course in tourism management? Intended for those ultimately looking to obtain management roles in hotels, resorts, restaurants, golf courses, entertainment venues or related settings, tourism management courses give participants the skills they need to manage workforces or assist those traveling for business or leisure. Common areas of study in these courses often include food and beverage service, human resources management, hiring and training practices, facilities management, restaurant management and tourism economics, among related areas.

There are many benefits of enrolling in tourism management courses. In addition to enhancing one’s knowledge of the subject matter, course participation can sometimes make people more employable or able to earn more money.

Because course tuition rates vary considerably due to factors such as where and for how long a program is offered, students seeking entry into a particular tourism management course should contact school administrators directly for accurate enrollment costs as well as potential scholarship opportunities.

After effectively completing a tourism management course, many people find, or continue, work as human resources managers, restaurant managers or catering managers. Others work for special events or as travel agents, lodging managers or social media managers for tourism-related businesses. Others yet choose to expand their knowledge of the tourism industry even further and elect to pursue an associate or bachelor’s degree in tourism management.

Educational opportunities abound for those looking to work in the flourishing field of tourism management, and many of these courses are described in close detail in our program listings. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.