As shown above, the master is divided into 5 units– the first four units (each consisting of our, three credit courses) focus on different areas of tourism and management with the fifth unit consisting of the final project. This serves as a capstone and challenges the students to apply all knowledge and skills learned during the master and their professional career. It is organized by the UNWTO with the collaboration of the Jordan Tourism Board and the final presentation with supporting lectures and seminars will take place in Jordan.
To best meet the needs and tight schedules of our students, while fostering a dynamic approach to education, eight courses will be given face-to-face in Granada, Spain, and the other eight will be online. This mixed approach provides the students with the opportunity to interact and take courses with professors from prestigious universities without sacrificing the trajectory of their career.
The face-to-face courses each last three days and will require readings and preparation beforehand, with exams, papers, and reflections turned in after the course is complete.
Online courses are taught two at a time over a six week period, with final papers and projects due within two weeks after completion.