• Dec 2017 MSc graduants with the Dean, School of Hospitality and Tourism

  • The School of Hospitality and Tourism was awarded Ecowarrior Award 2nd runners-up position county-wide by the Ecotourism Kenya on the 27th September 2017 at the Radison Blue Hotel.

  • Tree Planting at Karura Forest by members of staff

  • From right Patrick is Marekia of Panari Hotel, Dr Alice Ondigi, the Dean School of Hospitality and Tourism- Kenyatta University; Muriithi Ndegwa, the Managing Director of Kenya Tourism Board, and Judy Kephar, the founder of Sustainable travel and Tourism Agenda.

  • Hospitality and Tourism Students following the proceedings of the Seminar and Kenyatta University Conference Centre.


 Entry Requirements
The common regulations for all Masters Degrees in the University shall apply. The common
regulations for all Masters Degrees in the School hospitality and tourism shall apply.
The following shall be eligible for registration for a Masters degree in Tourism Management:

  1. A holder of Bachelor of Science (Upper Second Honors and above) degree in Tourism Management and related fields.
  2. Those with Second Class (Lower Division) may be considered on condition that they have Grade “C” and above in units relevant to their areas of specialization.

Duration: Two years with 11 taught units in year 1 and thesis in year 2.

Unit Code and Name
HTM 802: Statistics
HTM 800: Research Methods
HTM 858: Tourism Investments and Enterprise Development
HTM 850: Sustainable Tourism Planning and Policy
HTM 851: Tourism Economics
HTM 852: Destination Management and Marketing
HTM 853: Tourism Legislation and International Conventions HTM 854: Tourism Governance and Regional Development HTM 856: Tourism Technology and Innovation
HTM 810: Events and Conferences Management (Elective)
HTM 857: Managing Tourism Distribution and Intermediaries (Elective) HTM 812: Thesis (Is equivalent to 8 units)

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