Degree Program Structure
Karlshochschule opens up a whole new, exciting world with each module in the International Tourism Management study program. When I look at the module overview, I discover at the same time how the contents of my studies are logically interconnected, thereby revealing International Tourism Management to me as an overarching whole.
Introduction to International Tourism Management
Introduction to Management and its Quantitative Methods
Introduction to Scientific Research Methods
English/German as a Foreign Language 1
Consumption, Markets and the Tourist
Markets Culture Communication
Basic Principles in Strategic Management
English/German as a Foreign Language 2
Strategic Planning and Destination Development
Introductory Company Project
Foreign Language 2.1
Critical Perspectives on Tourism
Advanced Company Project
Foreign Language 2.2
Current Issues and Trends in Tourism: Research Colloquium
Internationalizing Tourism Management: Field Studies
Elective: Ethics in Management: Globalization - Sustainability - Practice
Change & Innovation
Elective: Culture & Language
Bachelor Thesis including its defense
Amelie Daub, International Tourism Management
"The tourism sector is very interesting and offers a great range of future directions. The International Tourism Management degree program at Karlshochschule is a good blend of theory and practice enabling us to learn a great deal on both personal and professional levels."
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Felix Fromhage, International Tourism Management
"My tourism studies provide me with insights into various different areas of economic and social sciences. Since our professors are so accessible, we learn things more intensively and benefit directly from their experience."