Master in Tourism in Puerto Rico

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A tourism program can help students learn to successfully plan and arrange tours and may provide them with the necessary communication and people skills needed in the industry. An overview of the workings of the industry may be provided and marketing strategies may be explored.

 

Master in Tourism in Puerto Rico

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Master in Strategic Tourism

Universidad del Este (UNE)
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  Open Enrollment Puerto Rico Carolina + 1 more

The tourism industry needs specialized professionals in this high-demand field. To respond to this growing need, the School of Professional Studies (Programa AHORA) at Universidad del Este (UNE) offers a master’s degree in Strategic Tourism with specializations in Sports Tourism, Gastronomic Tourism, and Medical Tourism. [+]

UNE is a US-accredited, affordable higher education institution that allows students to develop professional fluency in English and Spanish.

The tourism industry needs specialized professionals in this high-demand field. To respond to this growing need, the School of Professional Studies (Programa AHORA) at Universidad del Este (UNE) offers a master’s degree in Strategic Tourism with three specializations, including Sports Tourism, Gastronomic Tourism, and Medical Tourism. This master’s degree was developed with the collaboration of UNE’s International School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts and its expert faculty in the tourism industry.

Graduates of this master’s program will demonstrate knowledge and skills in strategic planning, finance, accounting, marketing, sales, economics, human resources and research in the tourism industry. They will have the opportunity to design innovative tourism products with the purpose of projecting Puerto Rico as a national and international tourist destination. In addition, graduates will identify project alternatives in various companies focused on solving tourism challenges in local, national and international organizations and associations, both public and private. Academic experiences in this program generate research aimed at the Puerto Rican tourism sector, incorporating statistical data analysis.... [-]