undergraduate courses

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT)

In today’s increasingly mobile world, hospitality and tourism is becoming one of the largest global industries. Within our Bachelor of Business (Hospitality & Tourism Management), you will acquire business communication skills, financial literacy, plus a host of other transferable skills. Whether you want to work in an executive or management role, as a consultant, or to start your own business, this degree provides an excellent platform for your business career.

 

COURSE CRICOS CODE 085961C

AQF Level 7

SKILLS YOU’LL LEARN

01. Knowledge
Demonstrate fundamental knowledge across a wide range of business disciplines.

02. Communication
Explain the broad economic, social, regulatory and ethical environments in which businesses operate within our global economy

03. Application
Apply knowledge from various business disciplines to formulate solutions to technical business problems

OUTCOMES & FUTURE STUDIES

POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS

As a business graduate majoring in Hospitality and Tourism
Management you can pursue exciting career paths such as:

– hospitality manager
– events and community manager
– hotel supervisor
– tourism operator

PATHWAY TO FURTHER STUDIES

Successful completion of the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality & Tourism Management) may qualify you for credit towards our range of Masters courses, or another course with an alternative higher education provider in Australia.

HOTEL MANAGER
TRAVEL AGENT OWNER
F&B MANAGER
CASINO MANAGER

WHAT ARE OUR CURRENT AND PAST STUDENTS SAYING ABOUT US?

KEY FACTS

INTAKES
March, July, November

DURATION
Standard study option
3 years/ 24 subjects/ 9 trimesters
An accelerated study option is available
depending on subject offerings.

MODE
On campus, full-time or part-time

STRUCTURE
24 subjects: 16 core + 8 elective

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Please click for international or domestic entry requirements

FEES
Please click whether you are an international or domestic student to view the relevant schedule.

COURSE SUBJECTS

Yr 1

Level 100

8 subjects = 8 core

Yr 2

Level 200

8 subjects = 4 core

Level 200

+ 2 electives

Any level

+ 2 electives

Yr 3

Level 300

8 subjects = 4 core

Level 300

+ 2 electives

Any level

+ 2 electives

CODEUNITSPREREQUISITE
C = Core Units
C BUS101Business CommunicationNil
C BUS102Introduction to ManagementNil
C BUS103Accounting for ManagersNil
C BUS114Introduction to EconomicsNil
C BUS105Business Information SystemsNil
C BUS106Marketing PrinciplesNil
C BUS107Commercial LawNil
C BUS109Skills for Numerical AnalysisNil
BUS108Quantitative AnalysisNil
BUS104EconomicsNil
BUS110Skills for Effective CommunicationNil
BUS111Skills for Academic SuccessNil

CODESUBJECTPREREQUISITE
C = Core Subjects
CHAT201Introduction to Hospitality & TourismBUS101
C HAT202The Hospitality and Tourism MarketBUS101
C HAT203Hospitality and Tourism ManagementBUS101
C MKT203Services MarketingBUS106
ACC201Financial Accounting 1BUS103
ACC202Accounting Information SystemsACC201
ACC203Financial Accounting 2ACC201
ACC204Corporations LawBUS107
ACC205Management Accounting 1ACC201
FIN201Financial Institutions & MarketsNil
FIN202Real-world EconomicsBUS104 or BUS114
FIN203Corporate FinanceBUS108
FIN204Applied Investment ManagementCo-req FIN203
HRM201Human Resource ManagementNil
MAN201Organisational BehaviourBUS102
MAN202Business EthicsBUS102
MAN203Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementBUS102
MKT201Integrated Marketing CommunicationsBUS106
MKT202Marketing Research EssentialsBUS106
BUS201Skills for Workplace SuccessNone

CODESUBJECTPREREQUISITE
C = Core Subjects
CHAT301Attraction and Event ManagementBUS101
CHAT302Food and Beverage ManagementBUS101
CHAT303Accommodation ManagementBUS101
CHAT304Emerging Issues in Hospitality and TourismBUS101
ACC301Accounting Theory and Contemporary IssuesACC203 & co-req ACC303
ACC302Auditing and AssuranceACC203 & co-req ACC303
ACC303Company AccountingACC203
ACC304Taxation LawACC203
ACC305Management Accounting 2ACC205
FIN301Portfolio and Fund ManagementFIN203
FIN302Derivatives and Risk ManagementFIN203
FIN303Multinational Business Finance and International TradeFIN203
FIN304Applied Corporate StrategyFIN203
HRM302Managing ChangeNil
MAN302Strategic ManagementNil
MAN303Innovation and EntrepreneurshipNil
MAN304Issues in International BusinessNil
MKT301Consumer BehaviourBUS106
MKT302Digital MarketingBUS106
MKT303International MarketingBUS106
MKT304Strategic Marketing (Capstone)BUS106
BUS307Internship 1BUS201
BUS308Internship 2BUS307

Students should review individual subject information for specific assessment details as assessment methods may vary.

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING

Students may be eligible for credit for academic work previously completed and should apply to the School for this to be recognised as an exemption from individual subjects of study.

FEES & PREREQUISITES

DOMESTIC STUDENTS

Follow the link below if you are an Australian citizen or resident and would like to know more about the fees and prerequisites for this course.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Follow the link below if you are a citizen or resident of a country other than Australia and would like to know more about the fees and prerequisites for this course.