The Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management course is a fully accredited Australian higher education degree.
The course aims to give skills & knowledge for an entry-level management position in either a tourism or hospitality industry upon graduation.
The Bachelor in Tourism and Hospitality Management course is designed with a strong emphasis that you will graduate with a ‘client focus’ and adherence to principles of ethics and sustainability in the industry as part of their professional practice.
The course also aims to create an industry professional who is versatile and adaptable with a diverse skill base and able to adapt to an ever-changing business environment in an increasingly global marketplace.
Potential career outcomes could include:
- Café or Restaurant Manager
- Accommodation and Hospitality Manager
- Conference and Event Organiser
- Customer Service Manager
- Transport Company Manager
- Front Office Manager
- Facilities Manager
What You'll Learn
- Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental principles of essential Hospitality and Tourism business functions
- Systematically review and critically evaluate research from a variety of sources to make informed judgements on options for innovatively solving a range of problems that arise in business contexts in Tourism and Hospitality
- Exhibit professional judgment in the selection and use of common business tools to support decision-making and project management in the context of Tourism and Hospitality organisations
- Critically review and adapt business theories in analysing contemporary business problems in a variety of domestic and international contexts whilst appreciating the value of intercultural settings
- Evaluate priorities and articulate key issues in complex business problems
- Develop an appreciation for the legal framework in which organisations and communities operate
- Communicate a range of business arguments by evaluating and implementing alternative communication strategies as appropriate to the audience
- Work collaboratively in diverse groups and transmit knowledge, skills and ideas to others in written and oral form
- Build on and continuously develop the ability to be critical and reflective learners, cognisant of new technologies
- Analyse situations and issues from multicultural, social and local perspectives to meet the needs of guests and employees and the local hosts and community
- Demonstrate an understanding of the ecologically fragile, sensitive, diverse and valuable environments which serve as the settings for much of Tourism and Hospitality
- Demonstrate knowledge of and commitment to the principles of sustainability and ethics in Tourism and Hospitality organisations
- BlendedBlended delivery - both online course content and partial face to face requirements
- In-classIn class delivery - predominately face to face course content conducted at a specific location
- OnlineOnline delivery - online course content with the exception of assessments and work placement
- VirtualVirtual Delivery - Live and interactive classroom-style learning conducted completely online
Duration Study Load
- The course will be conducted over eight trimesters, with three trimesters per academic year, resulting in the completion of 24 units (consisting of 360 credit points)
You must have ONE of the following:
- Completed Year 12 (within the last 3 years)
- Vocational Education and Training (VET/TAFE) Study
- Higher Education Study
- Work & Life Experience
For further information on requirements for local students, please refer to our website.
- be at least 18 years old, AND
- have completed Year 12 or equivalent.
If you have completed your secondary education overseas, which are equivalent to an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate of Education, you must also demonstrate an overall IELTS 6.0 (academic) with no skills band below 5.5. For further information, please refer to our Higher Education Student Admission Policy.
Applying for Credit Transfer
If you have completed prior tertiary studies, you may be eligible for some credit exemptions. For further information, please refer to our Awarding of Credit Policy.
- The course also requires you to complete a Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) unit of 150 hours placement in collaboration with industry, field trips and guest speakers from tourism and hospitality industries
About Stott's College
Despite the fact that Stott’s College was founded in 1883 (before our famous Melbourne trams and before ‘The Big Australian’, BHP), it has stood the test of time and has evolved over the past 135 years as a quality private education provider, challenging itself to be relevant in meeting the ever-changing needs of industry and students.
Stott’s College has both FEE-HELP status and VET FEE-HELP status to assist our students in loans for their academic study.
Stott’s remains true to its tradition of job-ready graduates, and Acknowledge Education has employed our graduates in accounting, student services and management. We are proud to be a successful business running programs and attracting industry partnerships.
Stott's College is a trading name of Acknowledge Education Pty Ltd which is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 4112)
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