The master's degree is aimed at university graduates from different areas of knowledge and sector professionals interested in gaining further knowledge in the study, interpretation, and assessment of tourism resources, and in the creation and management of related products and services.
The master's is aimed at graduates from the following fields:
- Art historians.
- Tourism experts.
- Food scientists.
- Urban planners.
- Landscape designers.
- Environmental scientists.
And professionals involved in public and private tourism management.
- Tourism planning consultants and advisors.
- Equipment managers.
- Event managers.
- Cultural planners.
- Businesspeople in the food and tourism industries.
- Gastronomes, enologists and experts in culinary heritage.
- Technicians and civil servants in public administrations.
- Local and regional tourism managers.
Entry degrees that require enrolling in and passing complementary training to obtain a master's degree:
|Associate's Degree in Tourism or the corresponding Technician in Tourism Companies and Activities degree||No complementary training required|
|Associate's Degree in Business||.|
|Associate's Degree/ Bachelor's Degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics||.|
|Degree in Economics||.|
|Degree in Business Administration and Management||.|
|Degree in History and/ or Art History||The established complementary training is required; courses belonging to the Tourism Degree at the EUHT CETT-UB.|
|Degree in Pedagogy||.|
|Degree in Public Relations, Communications, and similar programs||.|
|Degree in Humanities||.|
|Degree in Geography||.|
|Degree in Anthropology||.|
|Any other bachelor's degree||.|
Courses established as complementary training for the master's:
- Global Tourism 9 ECTS.
Total complementary training: 9 ECTS.
Complementary trainning will be delivered 100% online.