Business & Management Course

Bachelor of Science (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management (Top-Up) (Awarded by the...

Course Type: Bachelor Degree | Study Mode: Part-Time
Keywords: Part-time | Undergraduate | Tourism | Hospitality
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Course Detail

Introduction

Programme Objectives

  • This programme brings an international flavour to degree-level studies in one of today s faster growing industries.
  • Students will gain the skills and the knowledge that are increasingly in demand by employers worldwide.
  • There are exciting opportunities in managing and developing tourism and hospitality businesses.
  • Students will study highly relevant modules that cover strategic planning for tourism and leisure, international hospitality management, urban tourism and more.

 

This Programme Is Designed

  • To offer a programme that provides rigorous academic learning in the field of international tourism and hospitality management.
  • To enable students to develop key areas of knowledge and expertise necessary for both employment in the tourism and hospitality industries worldwide and for life- long learning.
  • To enable students to develop transferable skills and to improve their own learning and work performance.
  • To contribute to the regional, national and international economies by providing tourism and hospitality education and training for graduate entrants to the tourism and hospitality industries.
  • The overall objectives of the programme aims to maximise both the intended student learning experiences and the student achievements evidenced by successful completion of the programme of study.

 

Benefits Of The Programme

  • During the programme, you will develop wider skills in communication, team working, problem solving, application of number, use of information technology, and improving your own learning and work performance.
  • These will not only help you launch your career but also provide a framework for life-long learning.

 

Methods of Assessment

Assessment methods include some or all of the following:

  • a variety of written assignments;
  • time constrained tests;
  • examinations;
  • practical exercises, fieldwork and field study visits;
  • seminar presentations; and
  • the major project.

 

Awards

Students who successfully complete all the requirements will be awarded the Bachelor of Science (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management by the University of Sunderland (UK). In addition, graduates from this programme are entitled to use the designatory title BSc (Hons) after their name.

 

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