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Many tourism academic programs have adopted a competency-based approach in curriculum design to be used in program evaluation. To date, there is significant research on how to identify core and concentration competencies, but there is a lack of investigation into the process of linking...
Set within the context of increasingly internationalized student cohorts, this article presents the findings of a study undertaken with a cohort of postgraduate tourism students to identify: (1) students' preferred learning activities (as opposed to learning styles) and (2) students' desired...
Although sustainability is at the forefront globally, awareness of its importance within the hospitality curriculum of universities in the United States has been limited. This study appraised importance of sustainability education in hospitality curriculums by assessing students, educators, and...
Many hotel management students show negative attitudes toward entering the hotel industry. Such attitudes are likely the result of a negative internship experience that may cause a young person to quickly turn away from the industry. At present, work–life balance is recognized as one of the top...
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