LOCATION: Masters of Tourism Management Program, Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Warner College of Natural Resources
APPOINTMENT: 9-month appointment
The Master of Tourism Management Program (MTM) at Colorado State University is an intensive 9-month (2 semesters) applied graduate degree that focuses on the business management of hospitality and tourism organizations. This 2-year old program currently has both on-line/distance and on-line/on-campus cohorts in the program. The Department of HDNR is in discussion and planning activities with universities in China with a goal of providing a Colorado State University based on-line degree to Chinese students taught in the Mandarin Chinese language beginning Fall 2014. To that end, the Master of Tourism Management Program (MTM) seeks a dynamic and innovative individual who will work closely with faculty from the Department of HDNR and Chinese universities to further develop and administer this on-line program to graduate students in China. The successful applicant will work in developing and teaching on-line courses in Mandarin Chinese, and contribute strongly to the overall administration of the Chinese component of the MTM program. The position will be based at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
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