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V38 Bachelor of Tourism Management

The Bachelor of Tourism Management aims to provide a strong background in all aspects of Tourism Management. It has been designed for individuals who recognise the need to develop themselves for successful leadership in contemporary tourism or travel organisations.


Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. One critical factor in sustaining growth in this sector is a competent workforce.



TEE mathematics subject or the equivalent.



The course is available by full-time or part-time study on Joondalup campus.



Introductory Business units
ACC1100 Accounting I 15
MAN1100 Management I 15
MKT1100 Marketing I 15
MKT1101 Professional Communication I 15
Plus one unit selected from:
LAW1100 Legal Framework I 15
MIS1100 Information Systems I 15
Tourism specific units
TSM1101 Introduction to Tourism I 15
TSM2100 Tourism Marketing Management II 15
TSM2105 Tourism Planning and Development II 15
TSM2107 Tourism Research and Analysis II 15
Plus five units selected from the following, including at least four level III units:
LSC1001 Introduction to Leisure 15
SAN3103 Travel, Trade and Tourism: Anthropological Perspectives 20 
TSM2211 Professional Tourism Experience II 15
TSM3203 Tourism Technology III 15
TSM3202 Special Events Management III 15
SPM3114 Sport Venues and Events III 15
LSC3105 Eco-recreation Interpretation 15
TSM3105 Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hospitality III 15
TSM3413 Tourism Business Development III 15
TSM3107 Ecotourism III 15
TSM3106 Cultural Tourism III 15
TSM3114 Visitor Management III 15
TSM3109 Special Interest Tourism III 15
TSM3212 Supervised Research Project III * 15
*By invitation only
Supplementary Program of ten units (15 credit points each) comprising:
A supporting major offered by the Faculty (e.g Hospitality Management, Marketing, Leisure Sciences, Sport Management, Eco-Recreation, Human Resource Management etc) or from outside the Faculty, or select a minor area of study (six units) plus electives (four units) in consultation with the course coordinator.
Disability Standards for Education (Commonwealth 2005)
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004