What will I learn?
The Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management (BTHM) offer an effective starting point for a career in tourism and hospitality. The program is designed with an emphasis on case-based learning that builds progressively through the three year degree.
A feature of this BTHM program is the arrangement of practitioners as visiting lecturers who will share their knowledge and experience, and field trips to enable you to gain first-hand experience of the contemporary context of the tourism and hospitality sectors. These real-life case studies will support your learning and ensure you have a wide choice of work options and an increased potential for long-term career development and leadership roles in this dynamic growth industry.
To give you an added advantage in your career, the BTHM program has been developed with close industry consultation. Subjects such as Strategic Management in Tourism and Hospitality, Cost and Performance Management and Global Tourism and Hospitality Futures will develop your strategic insight and international perspective, while Digital Marketing and Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality equip you with skills and knowledge to engage in the changing virtual landscape and apply your learning to the challenges of the global business world. Practice-based subjects such as Work Integrated Learning and Work Integrated Project provide a practical orientation towards your study and prepare you for your chosen career.
The Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management prepares you for an entry level management position in either a tourism or hospitality organization. You will also gain sufficient knowledge and practice to enter into the small business sector.
This degree comprises 24 subjects that include 16 core and 8 electives, covering a range of tourism, hospitality and work-integrated learning subjects.
Introduction to Management
Principles of Marketing
Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality
Accounting for Management
Human resources Management
Food & Beverage Management
Economics for Business
Hospitality Services Management
Tourism and Transport
Festival and Event Management
Work-integrated Learning I and II
Resort Development and Management
Cultural and Heritage Tourism
International Hospitality Management
Tourism Information Systems
Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality
Strategic Management in Tourism and Hospitality
Which department am I in? School of Business and Law
Applicants must have obtained minimum of 24 points (minimum of 28 points for Law) consisting of aggregate from 3 higher level and 3 subsidiary level. English Language Requirements accepted: Academic IELTS: An overall band score of 6.0, with no individual band less than 6.0; TOEFL: Minimum score of 550, including Test of Written English of 5 or better; TOEFL iBT: Minimum score of 70, with no individual score less than 17; GCE O Levels: Grade C or better; PTE Academic: PTE Academic 52, with no scores less than 50 for courses with a current requirement; University of Cambridge [Cambridge English: Advanced]: Pre-2015: A score between 52 - 57 with no less than 'Borderline' in any element of the test. Post-2015: An overall score of 169, with no individual band less than 169; or a minimum TOEFL score of 550 including TWE of 5.
A minimum of 18 years of age
English level at TOEFL 550 or IELTS 6.0 (Academic) with no individual band less than IELTS 5.5 or Pearson Test of English PTE: (Overall score 50- 57) No section score less than 42; and Completion of Australian Year 12 (or equivalent).
Offered by this university
Academies Australasia offers below pathways courses for this subject Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management (SIT50116)
Advanced Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management (SIT60116)
Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management (SIT50116) - Brisbane
Advanced Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management (SIT60116) - Brisbane
Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (SIT60316)
Diploma of Hospitality (SIT50416)
AUD $2,000 per term
Expected November 2018
Kent Street Campus Level 6 and 7, 333 Kent Street, SYDNEY, New South Wales, 2000, SYDNEY, Australia