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Experience STHM will allow you to explore the distinguished graduate programs of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University.

Experience STHM will allow you to explore the distinguished graduate programs of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University.

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  • 1. Experience STHM
  • 2. Who Are We?
    Temple University
    28th Largest University in the U.S.
    Public Research Institution
    One of the Largest Providers of Graduate Education in the U.S.
    A Regional and Global Reach through 8 campuses
  • 3. Who Are We?
    The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM)
    One of the largest providers of management talent for the sport, recreation, tourism and hospitality industries in the country.
    A distinguishedinstitution of choice for some of the most promising individuals entering the sport, recreation, tourism and hospitality industries in the country.
    An internationally recognized partner for industry.
    A center for innovative research and development.
    Mike Goings
    76ers
    STHM ‘05
  • 4. Who Are We?
    STHM by the Numbers
    700 students –undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students.
    16 full-time faculty memberscomprised of the field’s leading scholars.
    10 years- An independent school within Temple University
    5 distinguished degree programs in sport, recreation, tourism and hospitality
    2 preeminent centers of research that offer students opportunities for hands-on learning
    Valerie Wexler
    Aramark – Sports & Entertainment Div.
    STHM ‘04
  • 5. Who Are You?
    STHM Students…
    Come from Different Educational and Professional Backgrounds
    Choose Graduate School for Different Reasons
    Derrick Brooks
    Artizen Management– CEO
    STHM ‘02
  • 6. Why Graduate School?
    Reasons to Consider Graduate Study
    Get the Critical Edge
    Get the Leadership Edge
    Get the Advancement Edge
    Get the Access Edge
    MitenNeghandi
    Starwood hotels
    STHM ‘04
  • 7. Why Graduate School?
    What Kind of Student Are You?
    You’ve Just Discovered These Industries
    You’re Changing Careers
    You’re Advancing Your Career
    You Have Research Interests
    Stu Cohen
    Camden Riversharks
    STHM ‘05
  • 8. Our Programs
    Master of Science (M.S.) in Sport and Recreation Management
    Master of Tourism and Hospitality Management (MTHM)
    Rocco Baldassari
    Marriott International
    STHM ‘00
  • 9. Careers Abound
    Facility/Venue Management
    • The Experience Industry is the Largest Industry in the World.
    Event Management
    Destination Marketing & Management
    Hotels & Resorts
    Professional Sport
    Sport
    Information & Media
    Recreation Management
    Cultural/Eco Tourism
    Tourism Development
    Park/Attraction Management
    College Athletics
    Casinos/Gaming
    EXPERIENCES
    Sport Research
    Tourism Research
    Sport &
    Recreation
    Tourism & Hospitality
  • 10. Your Opportunities
    Unmatched Access to Industry
    The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD)
    Corporate Relations
    Field Research Opportunities
    Industry Events
    Executives-in-Residence
    On-Campus Recruiting
    Rick Ridall
    CSPD Director &
    Assistant Professor
  • 11. Your Opportunities
    Philadelphia: Your Playground. Your lab.
    2nd Largest City on the East Coast
    A Center for Sport. A Center for Tourism.
    Access to unique regional opportunities and beyond.
  • 12. Your Opportunities
    Preeminent Centers for Innovative Research
    National Laboratory for Tourism & eCommerce(NLTeC)
    Sport Industry Research Center (SIRC)
    Institute for Sport and Social Responsibility (ISSR)
    Sport and Tourism Event Research Network (STERN)
    Vanessa Garcia
    Top of the Tower – Event Venue
    STHM ‘05
  • 13. Your Opportunities
    An Flexible Program
    All Coursework is offered in the evenings (after 4:30 PM)
    Typical Schedule:
    Monday: 4:40 – 7:10 PM
    Wednesday: 4:40 – 7:10 PM
    Thursday: 4:40 – 7:10 PM
    Monday: 4:40 – 7:10 PM
    Wednesday: 4:40 – 9:55PM
    OR
    Ariana Holder
    Ritz Carlton
    STHM ‘03
  • 14. Your Opportunities
    An Industry Driven Curriculum
    “How To” vs “Why Do”
    M.S. in Sport & Recreation Management (36 credits)
    • REQUIRED COURSES (18 Credits)
    • 15. Applied Research
    • 16. Management of Organizations
    • 17. Sport Governance and Policy
    • 18. Service Marketing
    • 19. Financial Management
    • 20. Business Strategy
    • 21. ELECTIVES (12 credits)
    • 22. Sales and Development
    • 23. Consumer Behavior
    • 24. Legal Issues
    • 25. Event Management
    • 26. Graduate Internship
    • 27. Master’s Thesis
    Master of Tourism and Hospitality Management (MTHM)
    • REQUIRED COURSES (21 Credits)
    • 28. Applied Research
    • 29. Management of Organizations
    • 30. Marketing in T &H
    • 31. e-Business in T &H
    • 32. Financial Management
    • 33. Business Strategy
    • 34. ELECTIVES (9 credits)
    • 35. Tourism Development
    • 36. International Tourism
    • 37. The Gaming Industry
    • 38. Meeting, Conference and Event Management
    • 39. Master’s Thesis
    + 2 courses in FOX
  • 40. Your Opportunities
    A Unique Perspective on Your Success
    A Collaborative Effort
    A Professional Effort
    A Personal Effort
    A Lifelong Effort
    STHM is proud to offer employment opportunities to 100% of its students after graduation.
    Anthony Morrison
    Philadelphia Phillies
    STHM ‘04
  • 41. The Application
    Application Process
    Submit Application by Deadline Date
    Assemble Application Materials
    Transcripts
    Standardized Test Scores
    Resume
    Statement of Goals
    Letters of Recommendation
    Receive Decision
    Apply for Assistantship/Externship Positions
    Enroll
  • 42. Financial Assistance
    Types of Financial Assistance
    Free Application for Federal Student Aid
    Priority Deadline March 1
    Teaching/Research Assistantships
    Positions within STHM
    DEADLINE February 15, 2010
    Graduate Externships
    Positions within Temple Department or External Organization
    DEADLIINE April 15, 2010
  • 43. Step-by-Step Assistance
    STHM Offers You Personalized Assistance
    Michael Usino
    Associate Director of Recruitment
    215-204-3103
    musino@temple.edu
  • 44. Questions?get in touchsthm@temple.edu