Colorado State University's Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Scholarship fund supports students in the Master of Tourism Management program. The fund was established by the Warner College of Natural Resources to encourages enrollment in this important new program. The annual scholarships are awarded in $1,000 increments, are merit-based, and are intended to help qualified students meet their financial commitment while at Colorado State University.
The MTM master’s degree is a nine-month plan C program that blends tourism, business management, and natural resource courses to help graduates better compete in the global tourism job market. The tourism industry is one of the world's fastest-growing economic sectors. The MTM program provides efficient and effective management training, featuring innovative course work in business management, tourism finance and human resource management, sustainable tourism, strategic management, quantitative analysis, communications and conflict management, ecotourism, tourism marketing, food service operations, and lodging management. Together, the program's business management, tourism-specific coursework, and strong focus on industry interaction provide a unique management training package and a pathway to career development in tourism.