Master's Degree in Tourism Management


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Tourism Management

1.1      Philosophy

          Create a new science knowledge in tourism management, combined with consistent and quality service management with modern innovation. It’s outstanding in tourism activities that are environmentally friendly, in order to create skills in research process, which integrates science in both social and modern technology together with local intellects. For the purpose of sustainable development and being accepted in international academic circles.

1.2      Importance

This is an international program aimed at developing human resources for learning and innovation, including theories and concepts in service and tourism management. By focusing on the development of human potentials as well as integrating all 4 dimensions, such as body, mind, society and intelligence. Including the conservation and development of natural resources and the environment

1.3      Objectives

In order to produce a master graduate to meet the quality standards with the desirable characteristics as follows;

  1. To produce graduates that are expert in utilizing knowledge in the management of environmentally friendly tourism. Produce graduates that filled with professional morals and ethics
  2. Develop a system of thinking processes and transmissions that are further enriched by knowledge. Produce graduates that has the ability to analyze spatially in tourism business management, marketing, finance and accounting.
  3. To produce graduates with research process skills that Integrate both social science and behavior science in the integration of innovation or technology to communicate with local wisdom for the benefit of society Nation and international.
  4. To produce a graduate that possess that ability to use acceptable foreign language in the academic sector internationally.

1.4      Educational System

The Educational system in Maejo University International Colleges, Maejo University uses a binary education system, 1 academic year is divided into 2 regular semesters, 1 regular semester has a study period of not less than 15 weeks.

1.5      Structure of the Curriculum

  1. Plan A Type 1.1
  2. Non-credit courses           (10) credits
  3. Thesis                                        36 credits

total credits throughout the curriculum    36 credits

  1. Plan A Type 1.2
  2. Non-credit courses           (10) credits
  3. Major Core Courses                              24 credits
  4. Compulsory courses                      18 credits
  5. Major Elective Courses not less than 6 credits
  6. Thesis 12 credits

total credits throughout the curriculum              36 credits

  1. Plan B
  2. Non-credit courses           (10) credits
  3. Major Core Courses                              30 credits
  4. Compulsory courses                      18 credits
  5. Major Elective Courses not less than 12 credits
  6. Independent studies 6 credits

total credits throughout the curriculum             36 credits