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  • Objectives
    The Postgraduate Diploma of International Hotel and Resort Management has been designed to enhance students’ analytical, financial and management skills.
  • Practical experience
    Work Experience & Internships Some students without practical work experience, or with workplace experience in a field different from their studies, choose to undertake an internship as part of their degree. This intensely practical professional development approach fosters graduates who are ready, willing and able to hit the ground running and make an immediate impact in the workplace.
  • Entry requirements
    Admission to the Postgraduate Diploma of International Hotel and Resort Management program requires successful completion of a recognised Bachelor degree or qualifications and/or relevant professional experience deemed equivalent by the Faculty Dean.
  • Academic Title
    Postgraduate Diploma in International Hotel and Resort Management
  • Course description
    Enrolment

    International Students: To fulfil your student visa requirements, you’ll need to enrol in 40cp per semester.
    Domestic Students: You have the option of undertaking either 30 or 40cp per semester.

    Bond’s teaching methodology involves a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, examinations, projects, presentations, assignments, computer labs and industry projects.

    PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES

    The Postgraduate Diploma of International Hotel and Resort Management prepares graduates for management positions in the global hospitality industry.

    COURSE STRUCTURE
    Compulsory subjects (7)

        * Hospitality and Tourism Management

    Hospitality and Tourism Human Resource Management
    HRTM71-105
    SYNOPSIS

    An examination of the underlying assumptions, focus, and various approaches to managing human behaviour in hospitality and tourism organisations. Students will analyse and evaluate traditional and contemporary management theories in order to understand t he influences, issues and underlying theories of managing human resources within the context of international hospitality and tourism organisations.

    Marketing Fundamentals
    MKTG71-600
    SYNOPSIS

    This course is designed to develop your analytical and decision making skills in marketing. Additionally, it will provide you with the opportunity to sharpen your written and oral communication skills, interpersonal skills, and analytical skills. The co urse is action focused rather than theoretical and is directly developed from marketers in the business world. As such, you should not approach this course as a "classroom" experience. It is best viewed as a business experience that happens to be in a c lassroom.
    PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

    No prior knowledge required

    Accounting Principles
    ACCT71-600
    SYNOPSIS

    This subject provides an introduction to generally accepted accounting principles and practices. The course adopts a 'user' perspective. That is, it focuses on using information produced by the accounting system in business decision-making. Consequently, the course provides an essential component in the curriculum of all business students. Topics are also covered in ample depth to provide a solid foundation for potential accounting practitioners.
    PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

    No prior knowledge required
    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of ACCT71-600 you will be able to read financial statements, understand their limitations and uses, and critically analyse financial performance using contemporary analysis techniques. You will gain an appreciation of the impact of financ ial decisions and policies on the performance of an organisation, and acquire a broad understanding of how parties external to the organisation interpret the reporting of financial information produced by management.

    Behaviour in Organisations
    MGMT71-600
    SYNOPSIS

    This subject has two concurrent foci: 1) learning about yourself as a manager and planning for your self-development and growth into anticipated future roles, and 2) becoming conversant with and able to apply knowledge in the discipline of organisational behaviour to your management role. Teaching and learning methods include group discussion, experiential and self-assessment exercises, peer feedback, case studies, lecture, and a service learning project.
    PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

    No prior knowledge required

    Managerial Finance
    FINC71-600
    SYNOPSIS

    This course will develop an understanding of and the ability to analyse financial decisions made by corporations. An introduction to present value techniques, capital budgeting, asset valuation, pricing and cost of capital, will be taught through lecture , class discussion and tutorial.
    PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

    No prior knowledge required

        * Research Methods in Hospitality and Tourism Management

    Elective (1)

    Choose one elective subjects from within the Faculty of Business, Technology & Sustainable Development.

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