Tourism and Hotel Management

Tutors
Prof. Daniela Tatiana Agheorghiesei, PhD.
Assoc. Mihai Tălmaciu, PhD.

Curriculum

  • Compulsory Courses
    Strategic Management
    Small Business in Tourism
    Economics of Investments
    French Language
    Geography and Management of Tourist Destinations
    Diagnostic and Intercultural Analysis
    Management of Tourism Projects
    Tourism and Regional and Local Development
    Tourism Market Research
    Business Communication in French
    Ethics and Academic Integrity
    Supplementary courses
    Intercultural Communication in Foreign Language I
    Conflicts Management
    Rewards Management
    Intercultural Communication in Foreign Language II
    Real Estate Business Management
    The educational plan is valid for the first year of study (2021/2022)
  • Compulsory Courses
    Customer Relationship Management
    Front Office
    Recruiting, selection and development of human ressources
    Events Management in tourism
    The meaning of cultural heritage in tourism
    Business ethics
    Creation and market of tourism products
    Internship
    Research stage/ documentation and preparation of dissertation
    Optional courses: 1 out of 2
    Promotion and Public Relations
    Web design
    Supplementary courses
    Geopolitics and business environments
    The educational plan is valid for the 2nd year of study (2021/2022)


The Master’s Programme Tourism and Hotel Management aims to provide opportunities to the graduates of the Economics, Commerce, Tourism and Services undergraduate programme in particular, but also to the graduates of the other study programmes specific to the fundamental scientific field Economics, as well as to all university graduates (provided they meet the programme prerequisites) who wish to build a management career in the industry of tourism and accommodation, allowing students to develop the underlying intellectual, professional and personal skills.

Objectives: raise awareness of contemporary issues pertaining to tourism and accommodation management; provide personal, intellectual and professional development opportunities, as well as understanding elements specific to tourism, trends, characteristics and management techniques; provide technical knowledge and specific means necessary to develop and elaborate the strategic plan of a tourist destination, with a view to maximise the performance of the tourist activity; analyse, assess and provide solutions to complex managerial issues; acquiring knowledge of international tourism, underlying intercultural dimensions and a critical approach to the theory of tourism development; analyse the factors influencing tourist demand, as well as the relationship between tourism and economic development.