There are occasional MTM-related employment opportunities within the Department. These vary from year to year, so please check with us about availability.
Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant positions are offered based on availability and 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.
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 for one academic year. 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.