PhD Degree in Tourism Management


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Tourism Management

1.1      Philosophy

Integration of both social science and behavioral science, combined with innovation or technology in terms of quality service management with an entrepreneurship spirit that is responsible for tourism resources, society and nation in the flow of tourism management that comes into real practice. Resulting in the development of a sustainable country.

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

  1. To produce graduates that are fully equipped with integrated science and knowledge. both in social and behavioral science. Including sustainable tourism management technology and innovation on both national and international standard.
  2. To produce graduates that possess the ability to link the knowledge of tourism management and services. As well as related sciences to manage risks Strategic management, regulations and assessment for the sustainability of the tourism industry.
  3. To produce graduates that will create creative research results that positively cause social change in both academic circles and at the international level.
  4. To produce graduates that are able to manage resources for tourism Under social responsibility
  5. To produce graduates with right morals and ethics. Understand and possess managerial ability under human diversity.

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. Basic groups Non-credit courses
  3. dissertation not less than            48      credits

total credits throughout the curriculum    48      credits

 

  1. Plan A Type 2.1
  2. Basic groups Non-credit courses    
  3. Major Core Courses                    12       credits
  4. Major compulsory course      6        credits
  5. Major elective courses 6        credits
  6. dissertation not less than               36      credits

credits throughout the curriculum           48      credits

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