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Master of International Tourism & Hospitality Management

CRICOS Code 081132F

 

A Master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management is like a passport to the world. Managerial level graduates are in high demand across all sectors of the industry in Australia and overseas.

Tourism generates roughly $33 billion to the Australian economy and approximately 500,000 jobs for which demand outstrips supply every year.

Skills shortages in hospitality and tourism are well recognised and the industry is in critical need of more management level hospitality professionals.

The Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management (MITHM) is a multidisciplinary program that explores tourism from a social, economic and environmental perspective and equips students with advanced knowledge about tourism, as well as experience in hospitality management, business, economics, and ethical professional empowerment.

The program provides graduates from a range of disciplines with the skills needed to sustainably manage tourism products, resources, and infrastructure.

The program offers a diverse range of coursework subjects in areas such as tourism analysis and strategy, tourism systems analysis, hospitality and gastronomy, global destination competitiveness, economic decision making in hospitality, tourist behaviour, sustainability and marketing.

You can complete the Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management as an independent award or combine it with our MBA) as a joint degree.

Work-Integrated Learning subjects are also available in this course.

COURSE STRUCTURE

subjects. Students must undertake
four (4) foundation subjects,
(9) core subjects, and three (3)
optional subjects

The MITHM is made up of 16 subjects (2 Years). Students must undertake four (4) foundation subjects, (9) core subjects, and three (3) optional subjects

COURSE SUBJECTS

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PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

The School of Business programs meet the Associate Member Assessment criteria for THE-ICE.