Prepare to advance your career and make substantial influences in the tourism industry by earning a masters degree or graduate certificate in one of our graduate level tourism programs. These programs can help you become a leader through competitive differentiation by developing business acumen, enhancing your knowledge of industry practices, and gaining insight into the social and environmental impacts of the global tourism industry.
Master of Tourism Management Online
The tourism industry can support the livelihoods of millions while providing others unforgettable adventures with the right kind of managers involved, and CSU’s online tourism degree gives you the insight and training you need to become just that.
Master of Tourism Management at CSU
Colorado State University’s Master of Tourism Management program teaches the skills needed by future leaders of the rapidly expanding global tourism industry. Colorado is a leader in tourism, and CSU leads the creation of tourism experts.
Adventure Tourism Graduate Certificate Online
Whether you are an experienced professional, burgeoning entrepreneur, or new to the industry, Colorado State University’s Online Graduate Certificate in Adventure Tourism is positioned to provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed and ultimately do what matters… Live your Passion.
Ski Area Management Graduate Certificate Online
Whether you already work in the ski industry, or aspire to do so, this online graduate certificate will provide you with the skills needed to succeed in all types of ski resort operations and management roles.
Agritourism Management Graduate Certificate Online
The time has never been better for those interested in agritourism to add a new line of income to existing farm and ranch operations, to begin their own unique enterprise, or to find a way return to the family farm or ranch, as agritourism in the US has posted YOY growth every year. At last measurement (2012), direct US based agritourism revenues topped $2 billion dollars. Beyond farm-based activity, communities and community development practitioners in rural areas can benefit from rethinking how to grow tourism to their areas with a focus on food and agriculture.