MSC TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY (University of Sunderland)

Course Description

Studying for your masters in Tourism and Hospitality will help you reach your goal of working in this fast-paced and exciting industry. As a graduate with us, you’ll have the knowledge and expertise needed for senior roles in a large range of global companies. This master’s course develops skills that are needed by restaurant entrepreneurs, hotel managers, resort co-ordinators and for other key managerial roles within the sector.

Required Qualification

Age - 21 - 59 

Qualification - Honours Degree (3rd class or higher)

Modules under Course


• Tourism Concepts and Issues (30 credits)
• Research Methods for the Service Sector (30 credits)
• Hospitality Management Studies (30 credits)
• Current Practices in the Visitor Economy (30 credits)
• Tourism and Hospitality Major Project (60 credits)

Job Opportunities

You'll be able to work in management roles across the sector, including in museums, destination marketing agencies, tourism companies, restaurant and bar management and catering.

Hotel Managers have typical starting salaries of £47,000 (according to Glassdoor).