Tourism Management

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Tourism Management

          The Bachelor of Arts program in Tourism Management puts priority on producing well-rounded graduates with a thorough understanding and knowledge of Tourism Management and all related subjects including history, language, culture, and resource management. Graduates will become able to apply the knowledge and skills obtained to use in the tourism and hospitality industry. They can pursue future careers at both the national and international level while having a conscious mind in virtue, morality, work ethics, hospitality, and social responsibility. 


Career Opportunities: Graduates can work as tour guides, flight attendants, hotel staff or managers, tour agency representatives, and officers in the public tourism department.


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Tourism Management (TM)

1. Core Courses

Students must complete 30 credits from courses offered below.

049 101           Principles of Management   (3 credits)

050 110           Introduction to Accounting   (3 credits)

050 111           Business Economics   (3 credits)

050 121          Principles of Marketing   (3 credits)

050 241          Mathematics and Statistics   (3 credits)

054 100          Introduction to Tourism Management   (3 credits)

054 141          International Communication Arts for Tourism   (3 credits)

054 231          Tourist Behavior   (3 credits)

054 232          Professional Ethics and Laws for Tourism   (3 credits)

054 241          Information Communication Technology for Tourism Business   (3 credits)

 

2. Tourism Management Major Courses (TM-Major)

Students must complete 39 credits from courses offered below.

054 201             Logistics for Tourism   (3 credits)

054 211             Principles of Tourist Guide   (3 credits)

054 212             Sustainable Tourism Management   (3 credits)

054 301             Strategic Marketing for International Tourism Business   (3 credits)

054 302             Financial Management for Tourism Business   (3 credits)

054 303             Technology Innovation and Operation Management in Tourism   (3 credits)

054 304             Tourism Destination Planning and Development   (3 credits)

054 305             Human Resources Management for Tourism Business   (3 credits)

054 351             Research Methodology for Tourism   (3 credits)

054 491             Seminar in Tourism Management   (3 credits)

054 495             Cooperative Education in Tourism Management   (9 credits)

 

3. Major Elective Courses

Students must complete 27 credits from courses offered below.

054 401             Museum Management   (3 credits)

054 402             National Park Management   (3 credits)

054 403             Airline Management   (3 credits)

054 404             Airport Management   (3 credits)

054 405             Cruise line Management   (3 credits)

054 406             Small Business and Entrepreneurship in the Tourism Industry   (3 credits)

054 411             Niche Tourism   (3 credits)

054 412             Meeting Incentive Convention and Exhibition Tourism   (3 credits)

054 413             Recreation and Entertainment Business Management   (3 credits)

054 414             Health Tourism   (3 credits)

054 415             Food Tourism Management   (3 credits)

054 416             Rail Travel Business Management   (3 credits)

054 417             Recreation Resorts Management   (3 credits)

054 421             Introduction to Hospitality Management   (3 credits)

054 422             Front Office Management   (3 credits)

054 423             Bar and Restaurant Management   (3 credits)

054 424             International Cuisine Management   (3 credits)

054 425             Spa Business Management   (3 credits)

054 431             Community - Based Tourism   (3 credits)

054 432             ASEAN Studies for Tourism   (3 credits)

054 433             Cultural Heritage Tourism Management   (3 credits)

054 434             Tourism in Developing Countries   (3 credits)

054 435             Agro tourism Management   (3 credits)

054 441             English for Conversation and Communication   (3 credits)

054 442             English for Tourism   (3 credits)

054 461             Service Quality Management for Tourism   (3 credits)

054 462             Passenger Ground Service Management   (3 credits)

054 463             In-flight Service Management   (3 credits)

054 464             Airlines Reservation and Ticketing   (3 credits)

 

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