Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management
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Course Code CRS1201421
Course Level Bachelor
Course Study Area Hospitality
Course Mode Full Time; Part Time
Course Location Melbourne
Course Intake February; July
Course Duration 4 years full time
Entry Requirements  Year 12
Course Code CRS1201421
Course Level Bachelor
Course Study Area Hospitality
Course Mode Full Time
Course Location Melbourne
Course Intake February; July
Course Duration 4 years full time
Entry Requirements  Year 12
CRICOS 058617K
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management equips students with the management knowledge, technical skills and insights  they will require as industry professionals within an increasingly complex environment. The course content is strongly focused on the dynamic nature of both tourism and hospitality with emphasis on contemporary issues and trends. Graduates will be equipped with the transferable capabilities and analytical skills required to challenge current practice and influence change. The development of critical thinking and research skills will provide opportunities for further study across the two disciplines of hospitality and tourism. 

Specialist fields

Specialising subjects such as Food and Beverage Knowledge, Sustainable Procurement for Hospitality and Tourism, Tourism Attraction Management and Project Restaurant provide a focus to the degree. These build on a foundation of management subjects including Marketing, Strategy and Leadership, Financial Concepts, Innovation, and Risk and Legal Issues. Research skills are embedded throughout the degree in subjects such as Tourism Theories and Concepts and Taking Responsibility for Tourism and Hospitality. Students can draw on an extensive range of specialised electives to further pursue their study interests.

Field trips and experiential learning

An important aspect of learning within the Tourism and Hospitality Management degree takes place outside the classroom. Many subjects offer students the opportunity to engage with the tourism and hospitality industry with field trips to award-winning tourist attractions, wineries, world-class venues, sports stadiums and hotels. Students experience theory in practice and learn directly from owners, managers, experts and specialists in the field.

Course units include:

Core Subjects

Year 1 Core

TOU501
Introduction to the Tourism Industry
HOS509
Food and Beverage Knowledge
MAN501
Management Fundamentals
TOU551
Tourism Theories and Concepts
MAN502
Financial Concepts
Choose from one of the following:

TOU503
Tourism Distribution Systems
TOU504
Visitor Services
HOS501
Food and Beverage Operations
Year 2 Core

TOU601
Tourism Attraction Management
HOS603
Sustainable Procurement for Hospitality and Tourism
MAN605
Financial Analysis and Decision Making
MAN606
Human Resource Operations for the Services Industry
HOS651
People and Place
HOS602
Food and Beverage Service Management
HOS609
Wine Design
MAN702
Risks and Legal Issues
Electives   
1 per semester (2 in total)
Year 3 Core - Work Placement

HOS618
Professional Practice 1
HOS718
Professional Practice 2
Year 4 Core   

HOS701
Menu Design and Engineering
MAN706
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MAN707
Strategy, Change and Leadership
TOU751
Taking Responsibility for Tourism and Hospitality
HOS702
Project Restaurant
TOU739
Current issues in Tourism and Hospitality
Electives
1 per semester (2 in total)

Fees

Fees and charges can be found at www.angliss.edu.au/fees-and-charges

Find Out More

Call 1300 ANGLISS or email study@angliss.edu.au


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