Leah's passion for food and agritourism inspired the second year MS-ST student to co-host (with Dr. Carol Kline) the Sustainable Farm Tour this past year in the Greenbriar Valley of West Virginia. Leah recently gave her mid-semester presentation on the experience. This is one presentation you will not want to miss out on! View it now!!
As pictured above, Leah also has a profound passion for photography. Her work is amazing and you can view her collection here.
Participation in the MS in Sustainable Tourism program requires commitment, motivation, and excellent academic preparation. Completion of the program will typically require two years, both of which will be spent in residence at East Carolina University. Students must have a strong motivation to work independently as well as collaboratively with fellow students and faculty.
Applicants must meet all requirements for admission to the Graduate School of East Carolina University and are expected to have previously obtained a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited four-year institution.
Fall Admission: July 15
Spring Admission: November 15
An Admissions Committee made up of the members of the Faculty Graduate Program Committee will review applications and make recommendations for admissions and financial support to the program director based on the strength of the total application.
Dr. Jason Oliver, Graduate Program Director