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Type:

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description:

This major provides students with the knowledge and skills required to become creative managers in tourism and hospitality. Students study the social and cultural factors which influence the provision of tourism and hospitality, acquiring a theoretical base which will provide them with the framework to carry out research, policy evaluation and imaginative planning, identify keys to successful tourism and hospitality management, and to making informed judgments about environmentally appropriate tourism.

Prerequisite(s):

All pre-requisites must be adhered to.

Assumed Knowledge:

Nil

Courses:

Courses that are in majors, sub-majors and/or minors:
Area and cat no.UnitsLevelReferences
MINOR
Understanding Travel and TourismTOUR 10014.5
Foundations of Event ManagementTOUR 20094.5
Service Management in Tourism, Events and HospitalityTOUR 20114.50
Marketing for Tourism, Events and HospitalityTOUR 20064.52
SUB-MAJOR
The courses above plus the following:
Creative Tourism: Food, Wine and FestivalsTOUR 20104.50
Destination ManagementTOUR 30094.50
MAJOR
The courses above plus the following:00
New Technologies in Tourism, Events and HospitalityTOUR 30104.50
Policy and Planning for Sustainable Tourism TOUR 30064.5


Rules:

Nil

Notes:

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