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Objectives:
Provides a strong background in all aspects of Tourism Management. Designed for individuals who recognise the need to develop themselves for successful leadership in contemporary tourism or travel organisations. Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. One critical factor in sustaining growth in this sector is a competent workforce.
Entry Requirements:
Minimum admission requirements apply to enter this course.
Award:
Bachelor of Tourism Management
Course Description:
Related careers
Hotel Manager, Travel Agent, Tour Operator, Tour Guide, Cruise Operator, Tourism Manager, Resort Manager, Tourist Advisor, Tourist Information Officer, Travel Consultant, Visitor Information Officer, Flight Attendant, Event Manager

This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The Bachelor of Tourism Management requires a minimum of 360 credit points and normally requires three years of full-time study or the part-time equivalent.

The degree has the following main components:

(i) a core program of fourteen (14) units of 15 credit points = 210 credit points

(ii) a supplementary program of ten (10) units of 15 credit points = 150 credit points consisting of:

    * a 10 unit supporting major; or
    * an 8 unit supporting major and 2 electives; or
    * a 6 unit minor and 4 electives; or
    * a 4 unit minor and 6 electives; or
    * two 4 unit minors and 2 electives; or
    * 10 electives

NOTE: All Bachelor of Tourism Management students must complete a minimum of 75 credit points at third year level and no more than 150 credit points at first year level.

The core program is the fourteen (14) units of 15 credit points = 210 credit points listed below:

Unit           Description                                             Points

Introductory Business units

ACC1100    Accounting I                                               15
MAN1100    Management I                                           15
BES1100    Foundations of Business Knowledge         15
MKT1600    Marketing Principles & Practices                 15

Plus one unit selected from:
LAW1100    Legal Framework I                                     15
MIS1600    e-Business Systems                                    15

Tourism specific units
TSM1101    Introduction to Tourism I                            15
TSM2100    Tourism Marketing Management                 15
TSM2105    Tourism Planning and Development            15
TSM2107    Tourism Research and Analysis                   15

Plus five units selected from the following, including at least four level III units:
LSC1001    Introduction to Leisure                              15
TSM2211    Professional Tourism Experience II           15
TSM3202    Special Events Management                     15
SPM3114    Sport Venues and Events                         15
LSC3105    Eco-recreation Interpretation                    15
TSM3105    Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hospitality III         15
TSM3413    Tourism Business Development                15
TSM3107    Ecotourism III                                           15  
TSM3106    Cultural Tourism                                        15
TSM3114    Visitor Management III                             15
TSM3109    Special Interest Tourism                           15
TSM3212    Supervised Research Project III    *         15

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