Financial Aid

  • For financial aid information, please reference The Office of Financial Aid.
  • Every year there are a few MTM related employment opportunities within the Department. These vary year to year, so please check with us about availability.
  • Research assistant positions are offered based on faculty funding and are typically only for traditional MS and PhD students.
  • There are additional employment opportunities across campus. To find job postings please go HERE.
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| Tuition

Please note that participation in the campus based Master of Tourism Management Plan C program requires attendance for 9 months (Fall, Spring) full-time enrollment.
  • Master of Tourism Management students are charged tuition based on in-state and out-of-state residency guidelines, per the CSU Registrar’s Office. View this year’s graduate tuition and fees here.
  • The Master of Tourism Management Professional Program Assessment will be billed each fall and spring term to all Master of Tourism Management students at the rate of $1,200 per semester (fall and spring). The total Professional Program Assessment for the Master of Tourism Program is $2,400. This $2,400 is in addition to the total tuition and fees for the Master of Tourism Management Program.
  • All graduate students are subject to Colorado State University’s Mandatory Health Insurance policy. If you have private insurance or insurance through your job, this mandate is waived.