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Bachelor's Degrees

We offer the following award winning Bachelor Degree on behalf of our Educational Partner - Southern Cross University.

Bachelor of Business in Hotel and Resort Management

The following course structure details may be subject to change. Please contact the School for confirmation of the structure before acting on this information.

Level of Award:
Undergraduate Degree
Division:
Business

Academic Organisational Unit:

Australian School of Tourism and Hotel Management
Campus:
Perth
Course Mode:
Internal
Duration:
3 years
Total Units:
24

Specific Award Rules

See the SCU University's Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.

1 Requirements for this Award

a. To be eligible for the award of Bachelor of Business in Hotel and Resort Management, a candidate shall complete twenty-four (24) units comprising:

2 Advanced Standing

a. Candidates who have successfully completed the requirements of the Associate Degree of Business in Hotel and Resort Management at this University, may be granted advanced standing for up to sixteen (16) units towards the Bachelor of Business in Hotel and Resort Management
b. The School Board may grant advanced standing of up to sixteen (16) units, provided that:
1. a maximum of four (4) units are counted towards Intern Study; and
2. a maximum of twelve (12) units are counted towards units other than
Intern Study.
c. Advanced Standing of up to eight (8) units may be granted to candidates who have completed another undergraduate award of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management. In addition, a candidate may apply to the Head of School to substitute other units for those previously completed. Unit substitution does not reduce the number of units required to complete the course. Advanced Standing in excess of eight (8) units may be granted by the Head of School in exceptional circumstances.

Schedule of Units

COM00207
Communication in Organistations
SOY00411
Tourism Theories and Practices
DIP0001
Tourism and Hospitality Marketing
DIP0002
Tourism and Hospitality Management
DIP0003
Human Resource Management in Tourism and Hospitality
DIP0004
Financial Information for Decision Making
MNG00441
Hospitality Services Management
DIP0005
Food and Beverage Management
DIP0006
Food Service Operations
DIP0007
Rooms Division Management
MNG01222
Facility and Risk Management for Hospitality Operations
LAW00203
BusinessLaw and Ethics for Tourism and Hospitality
MNG00417
Strategic Management for Tourism and Hospitality Enterprises
INT0001
INT0002
INT0003
INT0004
Intern Study I
Intern Study II
Intern Study III
Intern Study IV
MNG00415
Tourism and Hospitality Research and Analysis
MKT00128
Tourism and Hospitality Sales and Promotion
ECO00424
Economic Analysis for Tourism and Hospitality
MNG00418
Accommodation and Information Technology Systems
MKT01420
Conventions, Meetings and Exhibitions Management
MNG00427
Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality
MNG10476
Professional Development for the Workforce

Note

1. Intern Study I-IV are taken at the end of the course as a block placement, usually in semester 6 or 7 depending on the entry pathway. All internship placements must be approved by the Internship Co-ordinator.
2. Units must be taken in the order that they are offered and at the discretion of the School Board.
3. Elective units are subject to approval by the School Board and availability.
4. The information in this prospectus is correct at the time of publishing. However, all programs are subject to ongoing review by the University Council. Prospective students are strongly advised to confirm their intended study program with the information published on-line prior to enrolment.

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