BSc. Honours in Tourism Management Degree 

 
 
  1. Scholarship & Intellectual Integrity: methodical understanding about relevant principles, concepts, theories of tourism and related disciplines; capability to apply scholarly conventions make rational decisions; fluency in academic and scientific writing; an understanding and appreciation of current issues in tourism and hospitality; conducting and appreciation of research and creative works
  2. Practical & Strategic Sense: a capacity for critical, conceptual and reflective thinking; ability diagnose the trends and opportunities of the global tourism; a capacity for creativity and originality; adopt for situational handling & crisis management; an intellectual openness and curiosity
  3. Communication Skills: proficiency of English language; ability to speak one or more foreign languages; ability to prepare effective reports and other correspondences; use of effective oral communication skills to communicate with diverse audiences; make effective presentations to stimulate clients and other tourism stakeholders
  4. ICT Literacy: appropriate use of advanced information and communication technologies; efficiency to handle reservation and other basic software packages; sound knowledge about desktop publishing; ability to use effective social media marketing; ability to run virtual (online) travel businesses
  5. Mental Agility: ability to make quick & rational decisions in tourism businesses; ability to diagnose and efficient problem solving; cross cultural understanding; capable of rigorous & independent thinking; able to make critical and accurate judgements
  6. Healthy Personality with Leadership & Interpersonal Skills: be a role model, smart and enthusiastic; respect for the values of other individuals and groups, and an appreciation of human and cultural identities; self-discipline and an ability to plan and achieve personal and professional goals; an ability to work independently and in collaboration with others; personal and professional integrity and an awareness of the requirements of ethical behaviour
  7. Numerical Skills: basic knowledge of mathematical operations; ability to analyze and interpret tourism statistics; ability to forecast and predict the trends in tourism; conduct financial analysis in tourism; comparing & contrasting business data & situations.
  8. Creativity & Innovativeness: ability to identify the new business opportunities in tourism; innovation of new products and concepts in tourism; explore the entrepreneurial opportunities in tourism; recognize viable and innovative solutions for the current issues in tourism; develop new systems to motivate employees to reduce the turnover issue
 

Curriculum of the BSc. Honours in Tourism Management Degree 

Course Code Course Unit Lecture Hrs. Tutorial and/or
Practical Hrs.
Credits
         
 

Year I Semester I

     

TM 1113

Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality

45

15

03

TM 1123

Principles of Management

45

15

03

TM 1134

Business Mathematics

60

15

04

TM 1143

Business English I

45

15

03

TM 1154

Introduction to ICT & Computer Applications

30

90

04

         
 

Year I Semester II

     

TM 1213

Recreation & Tourism Resources

45

15

03

TM 1224

Business Statistics & Statistical Packages

45

30

04

TM 1233

Fundamentals of Economics

45

15

03

TM 1243

Business English II

45

15

03

TM 1254

Database System & Network Technology

30

90

04

         
 

Year II Semester I

     

TM 2112

Tourism Economics

30

15

02

TM 2123

Organizational Behaviour

45

15

03

TM 2133

Marketing Management

45

15

03

TM 2143

Business Accounting

45

15

03

TM 2153

Business Communication I

45

15

03

TM 2163

German/Japanese/Chinese for Tourism I

45

15

03

         
 

Year II Semester II

     

TM 2213

Hospitality Management

45

15

03

TM 2223

Consumer Behaviour & Marketing for Tourism

45

15

03

TM 2233

Human Resource Management

45

15

03

TM 2243

Business Communication II

45

15

03

TM 2253

German/Japanese/Chinese for Tourism II

45

15

03

TM 2262

Desktop Publishing

15

30

02

         
 

Year III Semester I

     

TM 3112

E-tourism

30

15

02

TM 3123

Workshop in Tourism & Hospitality

30

30

03

TM 3133

Commercial Law

45

15

03

TM 3143

Service Quality Management

45

15

03

TM 3153

German/Japanese/Chinese for Tourism III

45

15

03

TM 3163

Development & Management of Information Systems

45

15

03

         
 

Year III Semester II

     

TM 3213

Tours & Travel Agency Operations

45

15

03

TM 3223

Tourism Planning

45

15

03

TM 3232

Cross Cultural Communication for Tourism (Elective)

30

15

02

TM 3242

Special Interest Tourism (Elective)

30

15

02

TM 3253

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

45

15

03

TM 3263

German/Japanese/Chinese for Tourism IV

45

15

03

TM 3273

Research Methodology

45

15

03

TM 3282

Personality & Professional Development

30

15

02

         
 

Year IV Semester I

     

TM 4113

Legal & Administrative Environment of Tourism

45

15

03

TM 4123

Resort Planning & Management

45

15

03

TM 4132

Sociology of Tourism

30

15.

02

TM 4142

Events Management (Elective)

30

15

02

TM 4152

Spa Management (Elective)

30

15

02

TM 4163

Strategic Management

45

15

03

TM 4171

Proposal Development & Academic Writing

15

15

01

TM 4182

Ecological Perspective of Tourism

30

15

02

         
 

Year IV Semester II

     

TM 4215

Thesis

 

150

05

TM 4223

Internship

 

640

03