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.
At this point in time we will not be offering this degree program online or through distance learning. Students admitted to our graduate program must be able to attend their courses in person. Consideration for online options is being made for the future.
Yes, the general GRE test is required of all applicants regardless of previous undergraduate or graduate degrees. We do not require any GRE subject tests. MAT scores are not accepted.
Yes, you may attend part-time. Please keep in mind that your time-to-degree will be extended and that we expect that students in our program will finish their degree in a timely manner.
Yes, we accept applications from international students. Please visit the ECU Graduate Catalogue website for information on additional requirements for international students.
No, you are not required to have an undergraduate degree in tourism or to have worked in the tourism industry to be accepted into the program. However, your statement of purpose will be carefully considered as part of the application process. Due to the specialized nature of the program, it is important that your professional and/or academic goals are closely related to the field of sustainable tourism.
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