Students typically complete the tourism and hospitality management master’s program in a year and a half. View the Curriculum page for sample course schedules.
The total cost of the 30-credit online MS in Tourism and Hospitality Management program is $17,572.50 at $585.75 per credit hour. View the Tuition and Financial Aid page for details.
The online MS in Tourism and Hospitality Management program was designed to help students graduate with a unique toolbox of skills specific to current and future industry needs. Careers for graduates of the tourism and hospitality management master’s program can include:
With Gator alumni spanning all 50 states and 135 countries, students can also be confident in having a strong network of professionals with whom they can connect. View the Careers page for more information.
Students in the online MS in Tourism and Hospitality Management program are never required to come to campus but are welcome to attend the graduation ceremony in person.
Students of the online MS in Tourism and Hospitality Management program can choose between a practicum or a professional paper. See the Curriculum page for details.
With our current course offerings, students of the online MS in Tourism and Hospitality Management program can choose to enroll as a full-time student taking nine credits per term or as part-time students taking less than nine credits per term. View the Curriculum page for details.
While the University of Florida does not currently award credit for past life or work experience, students can transfer up to nine graduate credits from a regionally accredited university with an advisor’s approval. Speak with an academic coordinator or visit the Admissions page for details.
Online MS in Tourism and Hospitality Management students have access to services including:
Online MS in Tourism and Hospitality Management students are required to maintain a minimum average GPA of 3.0.
Though courses in the program are primarily asynchronous, faculty and students may decide to work together synchronously and may be required to login to Zoom video calls on occasion.
Students can expect to hear back from faculty within 24 hours, unless otherwise indicated.
The University gladly welcomes international students to the online MS in Tourism and Hospitality Management program. In addition to the standard admissions requirements, international applicants are required to submit TOEFL scores.
International applicants should carefully review the International Admissions page.
Applicants are informed of an admissions decision—denied or accepted—via email within two weeks of completed application submission.
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