Most travel agents have a certificate or associate degree. The most common areas of study are Hospitality Management, Business Administration, History, and Psychology.

What degrees do travel agents have?

The most common degree held by travel agents is Hospitality Management, held by 10% of travel agents. Other common degrees include Business Administration, History, and Psychology.

Get a detailed breakdown of travel agents and the different types of degrees they hold:

Degrees that travel agents hold

Degrees % of travel agents
Hospitality Management 10%
Business Administration 9%
History 7%
Psychology 6%
Communication 6%
English Literature 5%
Foreign Language Studies 5%
Human Resources 4%
Economics 4%
International Relations 3%
Political Science 3%
Marketing 3%
Teaching 3%
Business 3%
Other Foreign Languages 3%
Geography 3%
Sociology 3%
International Business 3%
Journalism 3%
Liberal Arts 2%
Anthropology And Archeology 2%
Graphic Design 2%
Music 2%
Finance 2%
Environmental Science 2%
Electrical Engineering 2%
Interior Design 2%
Drama 1%
Biology 1%
Accounting 1%
Computer Science 1%
Linguistics 1%
Art History 1%
Animal Sciences 1%
Fine Arts 1%
Film Video And Photographic Arts 1%
Business Economics 1%
Management Information Systems 1%
Mass Media 1%
Intercultural And International Studies 1%
Philosophy And Religious Studies 1%
Pre-Law 1%
Public Relations 1%
Internet Marketing 1%

What level of education do travel agents have?

Most travel agents have the same level of education. 55% of travel agents have a certificate or associate degree, with the second most common being a high school diploma at 31%.

Level of education that travel agents have

Education % of travel agents
No education 0%
High school diploma 31%
Certificate or associate degree 55%
Bachelor's degree 14%
Master's degree 0%
Doctorate degree 0%