Flexibility That Works
The George Washington University was the first to offer an online graduate program in tourism, sport, event and hospitality management. Since its launch in 2000, the program has received numerous accolades. Over the years, the program curriculum and courses have been revised to incorporate cutting-edge content and the most pedagogically sound delivery methods. Each course boasts studio-quality lectures, industry expert interviews and videos.
Considering the busy lives of working professionals and their need for flexibility, the Master of Tourism (MTA) online degree program offers students an opportunity to study online, on campus, or off campus through our robust international and domestic experiential study courses.
Mission & Learning Goals
The mission of the MTA online program is to provide a state-of-the-art graduate educational experience that prepares students for successful and rewarding careers in sustainable tourism management, event and meeting management, hospitality or sport management. The online program blends all these areas for a well-rounded curriculum.
Proven Distance Learning Mode
Online students have all the same access and privileges as on-campus students. The highly respected Master's of Tourism Administration (MTA) program is located within a top-ranked business school, our MTA faculty combine classroom and field-based learning with exceptional access to jobs and internships, professional networking, and career development.
For over 40 years, students have enjoyed world-class educational experiences by pursuing an MTA graduate degree at the George Washington University. Follow us on social media to read more about current news and developments. When you are ready, apply to join our MTA family, or contact us to learn more.
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