The Bachelor of Arts program in Tourism Management puts emphasis on producing well-rounded graduates with a thorough understanding and knowledge of Tourism Management and all related subjects including history, language, culture, modus vivendi, and resource management. Students can apply the knowledge and skills obtained to the tourism and hospitality industry as well as their future careers at both national and international level while having a conscious mind in virtue, morality, work ethics, and social responsibility.
Objectives of the curriculum
The Bachelor of Arts program in Tourism Management aims to provide graduates with the following desirable characteristics:
- Possesses a thorough understanding of Tourism Management and all related fields as well as a broad knowledge of history, language, culture, modus vivendi, and resource management, all of which would be beneficial to the tourism industry.
- Has the skills and expertise in the areas of tourism and hospitality at both national and international level.
- Understands and appreciates cultural diversity while being virtuous, moral, ethical, honest, and responsible to society as a whole.
A minimum total of 132 credits is required for the entire course
Total credits required for the entire course: 132 Credits
- General Education courses 30 Credits
- Communication skills 12 Credits
- Social and self-responsibilities, moral and ethical skills 6 Credits
- Well-rounded and adaptation skills 6 Credits
- Analytical thinking and research skills 6 Credits
- Computer and Technology skills 3 Credits
- Tourism Management courses 96 Credits
- Core courses 30 Credits
- Required courses 48 Credits
- Elective courses 18 Credits
- Free Elective courses 6 Credits