Master's Programme "Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management" curriculum is based on interdisciplinary principles and benefits both from academic and research activities of HSE Management Department with participation of other HSE departments as well.
Students have opportunity to form their own curriculum plan which would meet their expectations and educational goals in a best way.
Master's Programme "Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management" curriculum has several blocks of courses. among them bridging courses, basic components of the programme and elective courses.
Bridging courses are short intensive courses designed for 1st year master students. It is for students who are not confident with their preparation, or they may not meet the assumed knowledge requirements. Bridging courses only teach to an introductory level and may assist in narrowing the gap between bachelor and master studies. Subjects taught in bridging courses carry credits only for cumulative rating.
Basic components include courses required by the program educational standard.
Elective courses are designed to acknowledge students with modern management concepts, approaches and tools in a sphere of hospitality and tourism and international and russian experience in implementation of this concepts.