College of Agriculture, Food & Environment

Retailing & Tourism Management - Graduate

2

Areas of Concentration

Choose between Hospitality Management & Tourism or Merchandising, Apparel & Textiles

12

Credit-hours

of elective coursework, allowing you to align your degree with your career goals.

6

Credit-Hour

Internships are required.

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Dr. Vanessa Jackson

Chair

Retailing and Tourism Management

College of Agriculture, Food & Environment

317 Erikson Hall

Lexington KY 40506

Program website

(859) 257-7633

The graduate program in the Department of Retailing and Tourism Management is philosophically committed to the well-being of individuals in their immediate environment. The program is designed to meet individual student interests and career objectives.

After graduating, our HMT and MAT Master's students have gone on to work in several different organizations and industries around the world! Click here to see where our alumni are impacting organizations and corporations in these service industries.

Master's Program Description

The graduate program leads to a Master of Science Retailing and Tourism Management with a formal option in HMT (Hospitality Management & Tourism) or MAT (Merchandising, Apparel and Textiles). The program is individualized to meet each student’s career interests using a combination of course work, independent study, and research experience. Coursework in RTM is selected to either the HMT (Hospitality Management & Tourism) or MAT (Merchandising, Apparel and Textiles) focus. 

Master's Application Requirements

CV, Personal Statement (In your personal statement, specify your interest in the Hospitality Management & Tourism option or the Merchandising, Apparel, & Textiles option of the Retailing and Tourism Management master’s program. Include a description of your career goals and how you believe a master’s in Retailing and Tourism Management will help you achieve these goals. Describe your work experience (paid or voluntary) related to either the Hospitality Management & Tourism option or the Merchandising, Apparel, & Textiles option. Discuss how your undergraduate degree (s) have prepared you for a master’s in Retailing and Tourism Management.), GRE or GMAT

Letter of Recommendation Instructions

3 Letters

Application Deadlines

Fall: February 15th

Spring: October 15th

Applications are not accepted for Summer sessions. 


Contact

Dr. Vanessa Jackson

Chair

Retailing and Tourism Management

College of Agriculture, Food & Environment

317 Erikson Hall

Lexington KY 40506

(859) 257-7633

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