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Southern Cross University (SCU)

  • 20% international / 80% domestic

Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management

  • Masters (Coursework)

If you want to live, work and succeed in the great destinations of the world, this course is designed to place you ahead of the competition. This flexible course covers entrepreneurship and marketing, accounting and management, tourism planning, systems and contemporary hotel management.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Duration
2 years full-time, 4 years part-time
Course Code
1207320, 085173J
Study Mode
In person, Online
International Fees
$26,400 per year / $52,800 total

About this course

If you want to live, work and succeed in the great destinations of the world, this course is designed to place you ahead of the competition.

The tourism and hospitality industry is vital to national and regional economies, a fact we appreciate every day from our campuses located at the centre of vibrant tourism industries.

This flexible course covers entrepreneurship and marketing, accounting and management, tourism planning, systems and contemporary hotel management. You will also undertake research into a topic that particularly fascinates you, ultimately contributing new knowledge and perspective to a diverse and thriving industry.

With employers increasingly on the look-out for innovative thinkers and leaders, our graduates will have opportunities across areas including hotels, airlines, event management, destination marketing and tourism start-ups.

Advanced standing may apply to students who have completed relevant undergraduate and postgraduate study.

Study locations

Gold Coast

Online

What you will learn

The course provides a comprehensive study of aspects of tourism and hotel management from both theoretical and practical 'real world' perspectives taught by academics with industry backgrounds.

You also undertake an independent research project (equal to two units), towards the end of your degree, to focus on an aspect of tourism that interests you.

Career pathways

Graduates are suited to supervisory or management positions in resorts, hotels, government tourism bodies, non-profit, destination marketing, and tourism organisations, airlines, convention and event operators and other special interest tourism businesses.

Course structure

To be eligible to receive the Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management students must complete the equivalent of 16 units (192 credit points) comprising:

  • 11 core units (144 credit points)
  • 4 equivalent elective units (48 credit points).