Learn how to deliver value as an effective leader within a tourism and hospitality organisation through the Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality).
The Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality) is designed to provide highly developed knowledge of contemporary management theories, concepts and skills as well as an advanced understanding of how Tourism and Hospitality organisations function, the diverse challenges they face and the complex environments in which they operate.
This postgraduate degree provides advanced, transferable, conceptual and professional skills through a program of student-centred learning and research experience in an industry setting.
You will develop the cutting-edge professional management, communication, analytical and practical decision-making attributes required to make a valuable contribution in the Tourism and Hospitality sector.
|Campus:||City Campus, Sydney||Northern Beaches Campus, Manly|
|Duration:||2 years (or part time equivalent)||2 years (or part time equivalent)|
|Industry Training:||600 hours||600 hours|
|Study Mode:||on campus||on campus|
|Start:||Feb, Jul, Sept||Feb, Jul, Sept|
The Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality) is structured to provide you with the perfect balance of theoretical coursework and practical experience.
The course consists of the following:
- 3 semesters (12 subjects) of in-depth coursework studies plus 600 hours of work-integrated learning.
- Delivery through a combination of small lectures, tutorials, workshops and industry research to cater for a range of learning styles.
- The two-year course duration means international students are eligible for a two-year post-study work visa.
Course learning outcomes
Upon completion of this course, graduates will be able to:
- possess an advanced understanding of key management concepts and skills underpinning business operations.
- critique a range of contemporary social, economic, political and cultural factors facing organisations in the new economy.
- communicate effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders.
- synthesise and articulate information in order to generate evidence-based and sustainable solutions for business problems.
- possess an integrated understanding of ethics, social responsibility and cultural awareness relevant to tourism and hospitality management.
- generate soundly researched, evidence-based and creative solutions for the tourism and hospitality sectors.
- apply theoretical knowledge and advanced professional skills generated through research, reflective practice and observations of the tourism and hospitality sectors.
- reflect on and evaluate personal management and leadership styles.
Graduates of the Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality) will benefit from a variety of enhanced career opportunities. Graduates will be positioned to take advantage of new opportunities in the rapidly expanding services industry, including government agencies, hospitality and entertainment services, retail travel, theme parks and attractions, tourism authorities, cruise companies, airlines and integrated resorts. Roles may include rooms division and front office, food and beverage management, accounts and finance, human resource management, sales and marketing.
Course and Subject Details
- Managing in the Global Context
- Economics and Finance for Business
- Accounting for Business Decisions
- Contemporary Marketing
- Contemporary Management Capabilities
- Hospitality Management Simulations
- Sustainable Tourism Development
- Visitor Behaviour and Management
- Business Research
- Responsible Leadership
- Strategic Management in Tourism and Hospitality (PG)
- Elective Level 800
All businesses operate within an economic and financial framework and understanding the nature and parameters of the business environment is vital to making evidence-based decisions. Developing a deep understanding of economics and finance will assist you to relate theory to real-world economic and commercial events and equip you with the professional skills necessary to work successfully in a highly competitive global environment. A better understanding of economics and finance will provide functional knowledge of the intricacies of the financial system and the basis of government economic policies that influence business.
The aim of this subject is to examine contemporary economic and financial systems and develop advanced insights about core theoretical concepts and frameworks of economics that underpin the purposes and operations of financial systems. The subject also aims to contextualise the role of business operations in that framework, and the resulting implications for effective decision-making.
The subject outcomes will be achieved through weekly sessions of lectures and workshops/tutorials that consist of group and individual activities, class discussions, case studies and analysis of current economic and financial news. Lectures are essential to communicate the theories, concepts and approaches to developing an advanced understanding of economic and financial issues in the business environment. Tutorials are based around activities that provide students with a platform to demonstrate their understanding of relevant concepts and theories and how they inform business strategies and operations.
Exams will take place in weeks 15 & 16. Please refer to the official Exam Timetable for further information.
For detailed instructions see the Moodle site.
- Analyse and apply an advanced knowledge of key economic theories and concepts to interpret the purpose and operations of contemporary markets.
- Critically evaluate and integrate theories and concepts in economics and finance to develop evidence-based arguments to inform management decisions.
- Analyse and critique contemporary business strategies and operations including interactions with governments and society.
- Appraise and interpret the financial system, international trade and finance, and financial crises.
- Assess and apply advanced macroeconomic analysis skills relevant to business and investment decisions.
The course information on this website is indicative of a typical study pattern only and is subject to change. Enrolled students will be made aware of changes to their course structure or subjects.