The total credits for the Postgraduate Diploma in Mountain Destination Management are 30 ECTS credits, distributed as follows:

October-December Mod. 1 Fundamentals and Sustainability of Mountain Tourism Destinations

*including CSU Advanced Seminar NRRT 525 – Ski Area Planning and Development (October-December)

Online 6 ECTS
December-March Mod. 2 Mountain Tourism Destination Planning

*including CSU Advanced Seminar NRRT 523– Strategic Ski Area Marketing and Management (January-March)

Online 8 ECTS
March On-site Seminars and Workshops Andorra 1 ECTS
April-June Mod. 3 Mountain Tourism Destination Marketing Online 8 ECTS
April-June Final Postgraduate Project Online 6 ECTS
June On-site Seminars and Workshops Pallars – Spain 1 ECTS

*Courses offered by the Colorado State University

Credits measure the student workload. One ECTS credit represents an approximate dedication of 25 to 30 hours of study over the duration of the course. You will be awarded the credits after completing the Postgraduate Diploma.

Academic director: Dr. Raúl Revuelta ( PhD Complutense University of Madrid; Master in Human Resources Management with a specialisation in Quality Management; Consultant in Communication and Marketing; Co-Founder & Director of Business Development at Ski Paradise Marketing & Communication Consulting.