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Tourism Management, B.S.

Tourism is one of the largest and fastest growing job markets in the country, and the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management prepares students for global careers that blend business management and a passion for delivering exceptional customer experiences.

The University of South Carolina is ranked among the top 12 in the nation and No. 25 in the world for hospitality and tourism management. Its Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management degree program empowers students to thrive in a global industry that connects cultures, inspires adventure, changes lives and drives economies. 

Tourism is a dynamic field of study that integrates destination marketing, hospitality, attraction management, event planning and more—all working together to attract a wide range of visitors to a location.

Tourism management majors begin their studies with a strong business foundation—accounting, economics, business law, communications and computer applications. The degree program builds upon this foundation with industry-specific curriculum, such as destination marketing, festival planning, sustainable tourism, tourism management and more. Students can also add a minor in event management. 

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management degree is accredited by the  Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Management  and requires 120 credit hours, including:

  • 51 hours of credits in the HRTM major, including internships
  • 30 hours of foundational, management-focused courses
  • 31-43 hours of Carolina Core

Sample Course Overview

Freshman year.

English Foreign language Foundations of tourism Natural science History Hotel management Introduction to hospitality Mathematics / statistics University 101

Sophomore Year

Accounting Business communications Business law Club management Conference and meeting planning Economics Food and beverage production Resort development and management International hotel management Purchasing and controls  

Junior Year

Festival planning and management Hospitality / tourism electives Hospitality / tourism internship Literature / fine arts Personnel organization and supervision Principles of management Principles of marketing Professional development seminar Services management

Senior Year

Sustainable tourism planning Hospitality finance Hospitality / tourism analytics Hospitality / tourism marketing Hospitality management strategies Revenue management Tourism information technology Wine and spirits in food service establishments Financial management

For more details about the degree requirements and curriculum for the B.S. in tourism management, please visit the academic bulletin .

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Atop the SEC

The University of South Carolina ranks among the top 12 schools in the U.S. and atop the SEC for hospitality and tourism management according to the ShanghaiRanking's 2023 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.

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Industry Opportunities

When you're one of the top schools in the nation for hospitality and tourism management, it means you have some of the best and brightest students preparing to join the industry. Students are able to get a head start on their professional careers with opportunities to attend some of the biggest conferences in the world, like the annual IAAPA Expo, the global attractions industry's premier event.

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Get Involved

There are endless ways to get involved on campus at USC through student organizations designed to enrich your education and expand your network. The theme parks and attractions club is just one of the tourism-related organizations you can join.

Undergraduate Internship Requirement

Every tourism management major graduates with career-related work experiences, or internships, on their resume. This experience can be any job in the tourism industry and can include responsibility in a managerial or supervisory position where student's gain leadership experience. To learn more, visit our internships page .

Career Success

The college provides dedicated   internship directors, experienced faculty and corporate engagement resources   to help students get the most out of opportunities to work with companies such as the U.S. Travel Association, Sea Island Resort, Disney World, convention and visitors bureaus, departments of parks and recreation, airlines, as well as resorts, theme parks and other local and regional attractions and festivals.

Explore With Study Abroad

Immersion in international experiences broadens horizons and prepares students for exciting work opportunities around the world. Our faculty lead custom study abroad courses in China, South America and Europe. The school also offers two semester-long exchange programs with partner hospitality universities in Aruba  and the Galápagos Islands .

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Galápagos Islands

The Galápagos Islands offer students a special opportunity to become totally immersed in a global learning environment that epitomizes subjects on sustainable tourism, tourism photography, scuba diving, and much more.

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Students interested in tourism and hospitality management can study next to the blue waters of the Caribbean Sea as they learn about tourism economies, hotel management, destination marketing, event management, cruise ship management, and more.

Learning Outcomes

  • Students should be able to apply business management principles to identify problems and utilize analytical reasoning to formulate local-to-global solutions. 
  • Students should be able to identify, evaluate and explain tourism impacts on the host community and global environment. 
  • Students should be able to examine and apply tourism policy and planning principles to match the needs of diverse stakeholders, destinations and environments. 
  • Students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the concepts and characteristics of tourism as an academic area of study. 
  • Students should be able to understand the products, processes, structure(s) and interactions in the tourism system.

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Bachelor of Science (BS) in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management

If you are considering a hospitality major as your undergraduate program of study, the BS in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management, offered by the Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality prepares students for careers in hospitality, travel and tourism, tourism experience management, hotel and resort management, and hotel real estate development. The curriculum provides you with flexibility to explore career options way beyond what a typical hospitality and tourism degree might offer. As a student enrolled in this program, you’ll benefit immensely from earning your degree at NYU , home to more than 50,000 students from around the globe, while launching your career in New York City—a location defined by its world-class hotels and tourist attractions.

Degree Advantage

  • Curriculum  prepares students for hospitality and tourism jobs around the world
  • Provides an NYU liberal arts education
  • Concentrations  in Event Management , Hotel Real Estate Finance and Development , Marketing and Analytics , Leadership and Management , Travel and Tourism Development , and Entrepreneurship
  • Internships at leading NYC hotels, restaurants, tourism bureaus, online travel agencies, and promotional companies
  • Study abroad opportunities  and industry site visits
  • New Hospitality Innovation Hub for students, start ups, and industry partners

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Who should earn the bs in hospitality, travel and tourism management.

If you have a passion for travel, love to interact with people, and have an innate curiosity to learn about different cultures, this degree provides the knowledge and skills needed for a hospitality career. The diversity of the Tisch Center student body and faculty members promotes a worldview that will be critical for your success in a field that is more globally interconnected than ever before.

Degree Overview

Learn from a faculty of world-renowned experts.

Faculty members are respected experts in the hospitality, hotel management, and travel and tourism sectors who share their knowledge, insights, experiences, and connections. They work directly with you to ensure that you identify and pursue the professional path that best fits your career goals and objectives. Their support and deep dedication is what makes earning a degree from the Tisch Center an experience unlike all others.

Gain Invaluable Experience Through Study Abroad

Study abroad opportunities abound for BS in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management students through Global Field Intensives (GFIs). These travel experiences provide international business experience while attuning students to the cultural, socio-economic, and political forces that influence the international hospitality, and travel and tourism industries. Recent GFIs include trips to: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Prague, and Berlin.

Benefit from Unsurpassed Networking Opportunities

The BS in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management provides unsurpassed networking opportunities through the annual  NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference , chaired by  Jonathan M. Tisch , chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels and Co. (left); the Grossinger-Bergman Distinguished Lecturer Series, which features hospitality leaders such as  David Marriott ; and fireside chats with the likes of famed chefs and restaurateurs  Daniel Boulud  and  Danny Meyer .

Internships and Job Opportunities

Through the Tisch Center of Hospitality and the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at NYU SPS, hospitality, travel and tourism management majors have the opportunity to complete a wide range of hospitality, and travel and tourism internships that provide the hands-on experience needed to accelerate their careers. Many of these internships evolve into permanent hospitality and tourism jobs. Our graduates go on to careers at top hotel chains, boutique hotels, travel organizations, tourism bureaus, media companies, restaurants, and food and beverage companies including:

  • Estee Lauder Companies
  • Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • Loews Hotels
  • Marriott International
  • The Standard Hotels
  • Walt Disney World

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How does this degree differ from a hospitality management degree.

The BS in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management differs from a hospitality management degree in its holistic approach to the hospitality, travel, and tourism sectors. While traditional undergraduate hospitality management degrees focus on hotels and restaurants, you will have the opportunity in this degree to also explore subjects like destination marketing, tourism development, and event management.

Will this degree prepare me for hotel management jobs?

The BS in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management will prepare you for a range of hotel industry jobs and career paths. You will have the opportunity to specialize in your field of interest, including hotel or tourism operations, sales and marketing, revenue management or hotel development. Our students secure internships and work at large multinational hotel chains as well as independent boutique hotels.

Is tourism management a growing field?

Tourism management offers a broad range of career options for those who are interested in pursuing tourism jobs. The tourism sector has experienced incredible growth in the past decades. with 1.8 billion tourists—just over one in five persons in the world—traveling around the globe by 2030 (UNWTO). The BS in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management provides students with the opportunity to secure internships at a broad range of tourism destinations including Walt Disney World.

Can an undergraduate hotel management degree help my career?

An undergraduate hotel management degree can help your career, because it will provide you with a wealth of business skills and the networking opportunities that can lead to a wide variety of hotel management jobs. The hospitality sector is vast and offers a wealth of career choices, but even if you decide to switch career paths, the business foundation you acquire will allow you to pursue a career in a variety of other professional sectors. In addition, earning an undergraduate degree at NYU will open the doors to job opportunities in New York City and around the world.

What are the advantages of earning a hospitality management degree in New York City?

The advantage of earning your hospitality management degree in New York City is that you will be studying in the hospitality capital of the world. New York City is home to top hotels, the finest restaurants, major tourist attractions and thousands of world-famous events. The City will become your professional base for exploring your interests in hospitality, travel and tourism management and for gaining the experience you need to secure a job in this growing field.

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With on campus and online options, Hospitality and Tourism Management prepares students for a variety of management positions in the hotel, restaurant, meeting, travel, tourism, attractions, craft beverage, esports, and experience management fields. Students will complete required courses to gain a broad foundation in hospitality and tourism management as well as select elective courses to specialize in a segment of the industry. Elective courses include hotel and lodging operations management, destination management, sustainable food and beverage, revenue management, event planning, wine appreciation, and attraction management.

Program Distinctions

Accreditations and affiliations include:

  • Travel and Tourism Research Association
  • Guilford County Hotel Association
  • Piedmont Triad Destination Marketing Organization
  • Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality Club
  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro Chapter – ETA SIGMA DELTA International Hospitality Management Society (Honor Society)
  • North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association – Member
  • American Hotel & Lodging Association – Member
  • North Carolina Travel Industry Association – Member

The Student Experience

  • You will have the opportunity to study a wide variety of topics that help prepare you for employment in multiple areas of the hospitality and tourism industry, including hotel and lodging management, restaurant management, destination management, food and beverage management, revenue management, event planning, and wine and craft beverage administration.
  • There are many networking opportunities with employers through guest speakers and student organizations (e.g., the Hospitality and Tourism Student Group). The Hospitality and Tourism Management program has partnerships with many local and global organizations including Proximity Hotel, O. Henry Hotel, Marriott Hotels, GIA restaurant, Guilford County Hotel Association, and the Piedmont Triad Destination Marketing Organization. Multiple alumni own local businesses or have key management roles in many local businesses.
  • AHLEI Management of Food and Beverage Operations 
  • AHLEI Hospitality Facilities Management and Design 
  • AHLEI Revenue Management

After Graduation

  • Nearly 100 percent of our graduates are employed within six months, with 89 percent of them obtaining employment within three months of graduation.
  • Graduates have obtained employment at companies such as Marriott International, the Walt Disney Co., Darden Restaurants, Quaintance-Weaver Restaurants & Hotels, VisitNC, and the Greensboro Convention & Visitors Bureau. Potential career paths include hotel management, hotel sales, luxury resort management, casino operations, cruise ship and theme park management, tour guide, tourism destination management, concert promoter, festival coordinator, wedding planner, food and beverage manager, private club manager, restaurant or bakery owner, sommelier, winery tasting room manager, and wine and craft beverage manager.

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Degree Type: Bachelor's

College/School: Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics

Program Type: Majors & Concentrations

Class Type: In Person,Online

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Bulletin 2023-2024, tourism and hospitality management bs.

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management prepares students for entry-level to mid-level positions in tourism, hospitality and event management. The program prepares students for careers in tourism and destination management, hospitality operations, food and beverage, gaming and event leadership and other professional opportunities in the experience economy.

Students may complete one of the following optional concentrations :

  • Destination Management
  • Event Management
  • Hospitality Operations

Campus Location: Main and Japan

Program Code: TH-STHM-BS

Leadership and Contact Information

Daniel Funk, PhD, Associate Dean 215-204-1972 [email protected]

Heather A. Blackburn, EdD, Assistant Dean 215-204-4503 [email protected]

These requirements are for students who matriculated in academic year 2023-2024. Students who matriculated prior to fall 2023 should refer to the Archives to view the requirements for their Bulletin year.

University Requirements

All new students are required to complete the University's General Education ( GenEd ) curriculum (35-36 credits). 

School of Sport, Tourism & Hospitality Management Foundation Requirements

All students must earn a C- or higher in all courses required in the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) curriculum.

Students selecting the six-credit version of STHM 4185 Internship II must also take six credits of major electives at the 3000 level or higher or may repeat STHM 4185 for six credits in a final term. CSS and Center for Industry Engagement (CIE) approvals are required if students want to repeat STHM 4185 .

Designated Writing Intensive Courses

All Temple students must take a minimum of two writing-intensive courses. The specific writing-intensive courses required for this major are as follows:

Major Requirements 

Major management electives (12 credits required).

All students are required to take a minimum of 12 Major Management Elective (MME) credits in STHM or THM subject codes. As part of the 12 credit MME requirement, students may opt to earn a concentration from the offerings below. To have a  Concentration designation  on a transcript, students must  declare the concentration through the STHM Center for Student Services (CSS) process  and follow the requirements below.

Two concentrations, Hospitality Operations and Destination Management, require 9 credits of specified coursework with one additional MME course of the students choosing, for a total of 12 credits. The Event Management concentration requires all four courses/12 credits specified with no elective options.

Note: If students select the six-credit option for senior internship, STHM 4185 Internship II , then they must take an additional six credits of major coursework at the 3000 level or above or repeat STHM 4185 for an additional six credits (CSS and Center for Industry Engagement approvals required).

Optional Tourism and Hospitality Management Concentrations (9 Credits Required) 

Hospitality operations concentration requirements  , destination management concentration requirements  , event management concentration requirements, fox school of business & management requirements.

These four classes, with the exception of BA 2104 , complete the required lower-division courses of the Business Minor.

School of Sport, Tourism & Hospitality Management Non-Credit Requirements

Free electives (12 credits).

Students must take 12 credits of Free Electives. In some cases, this number may vary to meet the 124 credits required for graduation. Students can use these Free Elective credits to take any courses at Temple University. (Please contact the STHM Center for Student Services [CSS] for additional information.)

Fox School of Business and Management Minors and Certificates

Go to Fox School of Business and Management's Programs list to find Business minors and certificates. See Fox School of Business Academic Advisor.

Suggested Academic Plan

Bachelor of science in tourism and hospitality management, suggested plan for new students starting in the 2023-2024 academic year.

If a student takes a 4-credit GenEd Arts course , s/he will be 1 credit over the required 124 total needed to graduate. This total number would then equal 125 credits.

This additional credit will be applied to the Free Elective area, thus reducing the needed Free Electives from 12 to 11 credits.

Please consult your assigned STHM academic advisor.

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Bachelor of Business Administration Hospitality and Tourism Management

Program at a glance, what do you do with a degree in hospitality and tourism management.

Make the most of your passion for sharing new places and experiences. Our Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Hospitality and Tourism Management concentration can help you develop the skills to manage hotels, restaurants, resorts and other businesses.

Program details

Bachelor of business administration, hospitality and tourism management program overview.

Learn best practices with this hospitality and tourism management degree. You’ll study the structure, role and management of domestic and international food, lodging and travel organizations and find ways to maximize guest experiences while maintaining profit margins.

What skills do you need for a career in hospitality and tourism management?

  • Explore the impact of tourism on the world economy.
  • Examine quality management practices to implement effective quality standards throughout the organization.
  • Figure out how to use statistical data to inform decision-making to improve hospitality operations.
  • Implement cost control and financial management strategies within the hospitality industry.
  • Examine the procedures related to operations and management of facilities in the hospitality and tourism industries.

Class size varies based on course objectives and the teaching demands of the subject matter. In general, Strayer University aims to keep the student-to-instructor ratio low.

How long does it take to get a degree in business administration?

  • There are 40 11-week courses in this program.
  • How many courses you take at a time will determine how long the overall program will be.
  • Strayer University credits are expressed in quarter hours.
  • One quarter hour of credit is granted for the successful completion of 10 contact hours per course.
  • The standard requirement for one course is for students to spend 10 to 14 hours in weekly work, including in- and out-of-classroom work, for a total of 135 hours by the end of the course. Strayer’s course design uses this requirement to meet applicable regulatory standards.

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Strayer University has distinct accreditations and affiliations that attest to our academic quality. We're committed to meeting quality standards, so you can earn a diploma you're proud to display.  View the ACBSP student achievement information .

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Strayer University is an accredited institution and a member of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE or the Commission)  www.msche.org . Strayer University’s accreditation status is Accreditation Reaffirmed. The Commission’s most recent action on the institution’s accreditation status on June 22, 2017 was to reaffirm accreditation. MSCHE is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education to conduct accreditation and pre-accreditation (candidate status) activities for institutions of higher education including distance, correspondence education, and direct assessment programs offered at those institutions. The Commission’s geographic area of accrediting activities is throughout the United States.

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In most cases, Strayer’s BBA program consists of 40 courses, with the price of $1525 per course. There are additional fees for textbooks and supplies, a $65 technology fee each term and a one-time $150 degree conferral fee.

Transfer credits

Courses from another institution may be eligible for transfer credits to Strayer, which can help reduce the number of courses you need to graduate and your overall tuition. You can transfer up to four classes toward your bachelor’s degree (if approved). The Strayer transfer credit page  has more information, as well as a tool to estimate how many transfer credits you may be able to apply to your Strayer degree program.

Scholarships and financial aid

There are a number of financial aid options worth exploring on our financial aid page. To apply for federal aid, prospective students should fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Stafford loans are available for graduate study. These are direct unsubsidized loans, not based on financial need. Unlike subsidized loans, Stafford loan interest will accrue while in the program. Making interest payments while in school will help reduce the amount of principal that would otherwise build up, reducing your end cost.

There are also scholarships and private loans available for Strayer students.

More than 500 organizations – including corporations and community colleges – invest in their employees by partnering with Strayer University to offer access to discounted education programs. If your employer is a Corporate Alliance Partner, you may qualify for programs that can help you discover career pathways in your field.

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Nonfederal loans can help pay the difference between the cost of attendance and the total of loans and grants received from other tuition assistance programs.

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Scholarships are offered to eligible students currently serving in the military, as well as military spouses. Strayer is also approved by Veterans Affairs to accept and process veteran education benefits. Learn more about the Strayer University active military assistance program here .

Veteran benefits

In addition to participating fully in the Yellow Ribbon Program, Strayer is approved by Veterans Affairs to accept and process veteran education benefits. Student veterans can receive transfer credit for military training and life experiences.

What coursework do you need to specialize in hospitality and tourism management?

Explore management theory, cost control, security issues and technology trends across local, regional and global levels.  View all courses

What is a minor in college?

A minor is a group of five courses in a select subject area that can add depth to your resume and round out your degree. Pursuing a minor offers you the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in a secondary area of interest outside of your major and concentration.

How does a minor work?

Since you can use elective courses to complete a minor, in some cases you may not have to spend extra time or money on additional courses to complete your degree. Keep in mind that courses used to complete your major can’t be applied toward a minor.

Should you get a minor in college?

Getting a minor can help give you professional skills. It demonstrates your forward thinking, self-motivation and organization – all valuable skills in the workplace.

Hospitality and tourism management concentration course list

Receive an overview of the hospitality industry, its career opportunities, an international perspective on the travel and tourism industry, and a comprehensive look at each department in the food service, lodging and travel industries. Explore basic management theories within the context of the industry.

Study product selection, purchase and storage of hospitality supplies. Learn to survey purveyors, write specifications, place orders, evaluate quality vs. cost and maintain purchasing records. Access a wide range of knowledge and specific solutions needed to keep costs low and margins high. Apply technology to cost control and employ manager-developed Excel spreadsheets and web sites. Examine uniform systems of accounting for restaurants; menu analysis; and cost/volume/profit analysis menu pricing and strategy.

Study hospitality and hotel management and front office management systems by detailing the flow of operational procedures for the total hotel organization. Examine the various elements of effective front office management, paying particular attention to the planning and evaluation of front office operations, human resources management, and guest services. Topics include interdepartmental communications, computer applications, managerial reporting and a review of the current and future trends in technology. Interpret statistical analyses in areas of price structure, occupancy patterns, and income to improve decision making and implement policy and procedure.

Review the development and operation of food service facilities of varying operational segments. Focus on concept development, menu management, human resource management, legal issues in the industry, managerial accounting management of internal operations and marketing initiatives. Get exposure to the various food service segments within the industry. Understand food service operations and management.

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Provides a foundation in today's business operations with a focus on the major functions of a business (management, production, marketing, finance and accounting, human resource management, and various support functions). The course also provides an overview of business organizations and the competitive business environment, strategic planning, international business, ethical considerations, quality assurance and more.

Career exploration

What can you do with a bba in hospitality and tourism management.

While Strayer cannot guarantee that a graduate will secure any specific career outcome, such as a job title, promotion or salary increase, we encourage you to explore the potential impact you can have in the hospitality and tourism management field.

Versatile skills for your future

The Hospitality and Tourism Management concentration explores the roles and responsibilities of talent working in the hospitality industry. Students will learn to manage, communicate and analyze systems and processes to control cost and quality in the hospitality industry.

In addition, students who complete this concentration will be prepared to:

  • Answer questions about hotel rules and services, and address any problems or concerns guests may have.
  • Coordinate hotel operations with other managers.
  • Identify problem areas within the operations and construct and execute plans to improve guest relations.
  • Manage customer relations and cultivate repeat business.
  • Monitor the hotel or facility’s financial transactions and income.
  • Set room rates, create budgets and distribute funds to different departments.

Bachelor of Business Administration admission requirements

Before you can pursue your bachelor’s degree, you have to enroll at Strayer. Here’s what you need to get started for admission to the university.

A completed application and enrollment agreement, as applicable

A diploma from an approved high school or its equivalent

Official copies of transcripts from all other colleges or universities attended

A valid, current and legible government-issued photo ID

Learn more about the admission process at Strayer. Students applying to Washington, D.C., or New Jersey campuses must provide proof of proper immunization.

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Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management (BS)

Program description.

The BS in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management prepares students for management positions in one of the largest economic sectors worldwide. Combining a thorough liberal arts program of study with industry- specific business classes, students gain in-depth knowledge in the areas of hospitality finance, sales and marketing, revenue management, special event planning, destination development, and food and beverage operations. Students learn how to develop new hotel and resort concepts, market tourism destinations, and manage tourism and convention bureaus. Frequent site visits, industry events, and guest speakers ensure that students make use of all the opportunities New York City has to offer, both in and out of the classroom. In addition, they gain hands-on experience through internships, which develop them into successful—and highly employable—industry professionals.

New York University's Office of Undergraduate Admissions supports the application process for all undergraduate programs at NYU.  For additional information about undergraduate admissions, including application requirements, see How to Apply . 

Program Requirements

Concentrations.

The program requires the completion of 128 credits, and students may choose one of six concentrations listed below.

The BS in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management prepares students for a wide range of careers in hotels, restaurants, catering companies, real estate and management services companies, online travel agencies, marketing and PR firms, destination marketing organizations, event companies and consulting firms. The degree has six concentrations:

Event Management

This concentration explores career opportunities in festivals, weddings and social events, trade shows, and experiential marketing.

The event sector is growing fast, and offers a wealth of career opportunities. Whether you are interested in festivals, weddings, business conventions or sporting events, this concentration will equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in this exciting field.

Event planning, design and production are a central focus of this concentration. Event planners/producers coordinate every detail of the event: from the venue and speakers to arranging for printed materials and audio-visual equipment. They develop the concept for the event, and liaise with suppliers and staff. Event planners/producers may work for non-profit organizations, associations, hotels, corporations, and government. Many are independent business owners and coordinate events for a range of clients.

Events can also play an important role in a company’s marketing strategy. Experiential or event marketing is a promotional strategy that involves face-to-face contact between companies and their customers at special events like concerts, fairs, and sporting events. Brands use event marketing entertainment (like shows, contests, or parties) to reach consumers through direct hand-to-hand sampling or interactive displays.

Marketing and Analytics

In this concentration, students study hospitality and travel sales and marketing, as well as strategies and processes that optimize a business’s revenues.

The marketing and analytics concentration provides students with in-depth knowledge of the marketing functions of hospitality businesses.  Professionals in marketing and branding roles need strong analytical skills as they conduct market research, oversee multimedia advertising campaigns, and consult with outside agencies, promotional representatives and corporate executives.

Marketers and revenue managers currently evolve in an increasingly digital and data-driven environment. They are tasked to develop and implement strategies to maximize the business's revenues and profitability. On the basis of daily reports, they make predictions of demand and make distribution channels and pricing decisions. They also leverage the power of loyalty programs and optimize the entire guest acquisition phase; in partnership with travel agencies - on and offline - and other travel intermediaries.

Leadership and Management

This concentration focuses on the operational aspects of hospitality businesses – a great concentration for budding general managers!

The leadership and management concentration provides students with in-depth knowledge of the operational aspects of hospitality businesses. This is an attractive concentration for budding general managers, as the concentration includes aspects of sales and marketing, food and beverage management, but also leadership and law. Hotel operations roles are available in a wide range of departments: front desk, catering, events, housekeeping and human resources. Professionals in operations oversee the daily activities of their teams, and aim to ensure guest satisfaction.

Hotel Real Estate Finance and Development

This concentration provides students with in-depth knowledge of financial management and the hotel development process.

The hotel real estate finance and development concentration provides students with in-depth knowledge of financial management and the hotel development process. Hotel finance careers may include responsibilities such as overseeing the financial processes of the hotel, maintaining audits and reports, producing monthly income statements, and coordinating budgets and forecasts. The hospitality sector is mostly associated with the hotel industry, however, many other asset classes fall into this sector, including large scale resorts, spas, timeshares, restaurants and casinos.

Another aspect of this concentration is hotel development and asset management. Many well-known hotel brand names do not own the building in which the hotel operates, but rather contract their management and brand name to the owner for a fee. Owners and real estate investment trusts employ analysts to maximize the returns earned by the property. Hotel investment professionals produce valuations, and make recommendations about the development of new assets or the remodeling of existing assets.

Travel and Tourism Development

This concentration prepares students for careers in destination marketing organizations, (online) travel agents, tour operators, airlines, cruise lines, PR firms, and visitor attractions.

The travel and tourism industry has shown remarkable resilience in the face of economic challenges, geopolitical conditions and natural disasters. It remains one of the largest and fastest growing industry sectors in the world. Graduate tourism degrees prepare students for a wealth of careers in the public, private and voluntary sectors. WTTC estimates that the travel and tourism sectors support 292 million jobs worldwide, or 1 in every 10 jobs.

The travel and tourism development concentration prepares students for careers in destination marketing organizations, (online) travel agents, tour operators, airlines, cruise lines, event companies, development agencies, marketing and PR firms and visitor attractions. Students will explore various aspects of this large and multi-faceted sector, including casinos, special interest tourism products, sports tourism and mega-events, entrepreneurship and destination marketing.

Entrepreneurship

In this concentration, students will learn the different aspects of the typical entrepreneurship journey: from ideation, to prototyping,  to business launch, and management as applied to hospitality.

Entrepreneurship plays a crucial role in innovation, economic development and competitiveness. The entrepreneurship concentration provides students with in-depth knowledge of the crucial role that entrepreneurship plays in the travel and hospitality business. It also provides them with the entrepreneurial and innovative mindset sought after by many employers. The courses offer an overview of the different aspects of the typical entrepreneurship cycle, from ideation to business launch and management. Courses in this concentration are experiential,  applying theory to real world problems and opportunities.

Sample Plan of Study

Learning outcomes.

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will:

  • Comprehend the historical development of the industry, including its key global stakeholders, terminology and data/information sources.
  • Develop analytical and critical thinking skills, by understanding the selection of appropriate research methods and data, and the principles of analyzing data effectively to address industry challenges.
  • Develop the business skills and attributes required of contemporary, global hospitality and tourism professionals, to include the areas of management, service, leadership, communication, ethical responsibility, finance and technology.
  • Develop strong business writing skills, as well as engaging and effective presentation skills.
  • Develop a specialized focus on a specific area of study within hospitality and tourism.
  • Prepare for successful careers by integrating work experiences with academics.

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Get a head start for a career in the tourism and travel industry with our BSTM program. Aimed for developing globally competitive professionals with the skills to take on work opportunities in hotels, tour and travel agencies, airlines, and cruise lines, among many here and abroad.

Train hands-on in simulation laboratories and arm yourself with the essential knowledge and skills in multicultural communication, events planning, airline management and operations, tour and travel management, and more.

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Competencies

Top skills to learn.

  • Customer Service
  • Communication
  • Business Acumen and Commercial Awareness
  • Events Planning
  • Tour and Travel Management and Operations
  • Tourism Sales and Marketing
  • Airline Management and Operations

Career Opportunities

  • Flight Attendant
  • Events Manager
  • Tour Operator
  • Tourism Marketing Manager
  • Travel Agency Manager
  • Tourism Information Center Manager
  • Guest Relations Manager
  • Airlines Operations Supervisor/Manager
  • Airline Reservations Supervisor/Manager
  • Airline Customer Service Supervisor/Manager
  • Sales and Marketing Supervisor/Manager
  • Recreations Director
  • Destination Manager
  • Ticketing Supervisor/Manager
  • Tourism Operations Officer
  • Travel Specialist/Consultant

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Admission requirements.

The following requirements must be submitted to the Registrar's Office before admission to any academic program:

College Freshmen

  • Original Form 138 / SF9-SHS (Learner's Progress Report Card)
  • Original Form 137 / SF10-SHS (Learner's Permanent Academic Record)
  • PSA-issued Birth Certificate
  • Original Copy of Certificate of Good Moral Character or Recommendation from the Dean/Program or Department Head
  • Medical Certificate of Chest X-ray results

College Transferees

  • Certificate of Transfer (Honorable Dismissal)
  • Official Transcript of Records

Foreign Students with Scholastic Records from a Foreign School

  • Five (5) copies of the Student’s Personal History Statement (PHS) containing, among others, his/her left and right thumb-prints and a 2” x 2” photograph on plain white background taken not more than six months prior to submission
  • Transcript of Records/Scholastic Records duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post (PFSP) located in the student-applicant’s country of origin or legal residence
  • Notarized Affidavit of Support including bank statements or notarized grant for institutional scholars
  • Photocopy of the student’s passport showing date and place of birth and birth certificate or its equivalent duly authenticated by the PFSP

Student Visa and Special Study Permit (SSP) from the Bureau of Immigration shall not be required of the spouses and unmarried dependent children below 21 years old of aliens under the following categories:

  • Permanent foreign residents
  • Aliens with valid working permits under Section 9(d), 9(g) and 47(a) (2) of the Philippine Immigration Act of 1940, as amended
  • Personnel of foreign diplomatic and consular missions residing in the Philippines and their dependents
  • Personnel of duly accredited international organizations residing in the Philippines and their dependents
  • Holders of Special Investor’s Resident Visa (SIRV) and Special Retiree’s Resident Visa (SRRV)
  • Foreign students coming to the Philippines with 47(a)(2) visas issued pursuant to existing laws, e.g. PD 2021

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About the Program

Consistently ranked as one of the leading hospitality and tourism management programs both nationally and internationally, Purdue’s Hospitality and Tourism Management major immerses students in the fast-paced hospitality and tourism industry, preparing them to work in a variety of leadership positions. By equipping students with valuable skills to create transformational experiences, graduates of the Hospitality and Tourism Management program possess an innovative mindset necessary to sustain an industry that is internationally relevant and a powerful economic driver.

Coursework is challenging and relevant to today’s workforce needs. Students learn from faculty who bring years of industry experience into the classroom, preparing students to become well-rounded hospitality business professionals. Coursework allows students to explore topics critical to their professional success, including leadership, accounting, marketing, lodging, foodservice, tourism, human resource management, law and more. In addition to providing a strong management foundation, the program’s hands-on learning experiences prepare students to work in any facet of the industry, from foodservice to lodging to tourism as well as hospitality adjacent industries such as healthcare, senior living, and real estate and investment. Students participate in a paid internship that aligns with their professional career goals and can add a minor in areas such as Event and Meeting Management, Real Estate, and Finance.

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Hospitality and Tourism Management Major Change (CODO) Requirements    

Degree Requirements

120 credits required, departmental/program major course requirements (66-67 credits).

Students must earn a “C-“or better in all required major courses, except HTM 20200, which must be taken Pass / No Pass.

  • HTM 10010 - Introduction To The Hospitality And Tourism Industry
  • HTM 14100 - Financial Accounting For The Service Industries ♦
  • HTM 17300 - Introduction To Tourism Management
  • HTM 18100 - Introduction To Lodging Management
  • HTM 19100 - Sanitation And Health In Foodservice, Lodging, And Tourism
  • HTM 20200 - Hospitality And Tourism Work Experience
  • HTM 21200 - Management And Leadership In Hospitality And Tourism
  • HTM 21800 - Creating Experiences For A Diverse Society
  • HTM 23100 - Hospitality And Tourism Marketing
  • HTM 24100 - Managerial Accounting And Financial Management In Hospitality Operations
  • HTM 25500 - Advanced Spreadsheet Techniques For Hospitality And Tourism Management
  • HTM 29101 - Quantity Food Production And Service Laboratory
  • HTM 29102 - Introduction To Foodservice Management
  • HTM 30200 - Hospitality And Tourism Industry Internship (Single semester required: minimum 320 work hours for 1 credit or 640 for 2 credits)
  • HTM 31200 - Human Resources Management For The Service Industries
  • HTM 32200 - Hospitality Facilities Management
  • HTM 34100 - Operations Control And Analysis In The Hospitality Industry
  • HTM 38110 - Revenue Management In The Lodging Industry
  • HTM 41100 - Hospitality And Tourism Law
  • HTM 44100 - Financial Management For The Hospitality Industry or
  • CSR 48400 - Consumer Investment And Savings Decisions or
  • MGMT 30400 - Introduction To Financial Management or
  • MGMT 31000 - Financial Management
  • HTM 49111 - Beverage Operation Management
  • HTM 49201 - Hospitality Operation Management And Leadership
  • HTM 49901 - Business Development In Hospitality And Tourism
  • HTM Selective - select from HTM Selective List - Credit Hours: 6.00

Optional Concentrations

  • Environmental Sustainability Optional Concentration for HTM    
  • Finance Optional Concentration for HTM  
  • Hospitality Facilities Design and Management Optional Concentration for HTM   ​ 
  • Marketing and Sales Optional Concentration for HTM  

Other Departmental/Program Course Requirements (36-43 credits)

  • COM 11400 - Fundamentals Of Speech Communication ♦ (satisfies Oral Communication for core)
  • CS 23500 - Introduction To Organizational Computing ♦ or
  • CNIT 13600 - Personal Computing Technology And Applications ♦
  • CSR 28200 - Customer Relations Management
  • ECON 21000 - Principles Of Economics ♦ (satisfies Human Cultures: Behavioral & Social Sciences for core) or
  • AGEC 21700 - Economics ♦ (satisfies Human Cultures: Behavioral & Social Sciences for core) or
  • ECON 25100 - Microeconomics ♦ (satisfies Human Cultures: Behavioral & Social Sciences for core)  or
  • ECON 25200 - Macroeconomics ♦  (satisfies Human Cultures: Behavioral & Social Sciences for core)
  • ENGL 10600 - First-Year Composition ♦ (satisfies Written Communication and Information Literacy for core) or
  • ENGL 10800 - Accelerated First-Year Composition ♦ (satisfies Written Communication and Information Literacy for core)
  • MA 15300 - College Algebra ♦ (satisfies Quantitative Reasoning for core) or
  • MA 15555 - Quantitative Reasoning  ♦ (satisfies Quantitative Reasoning for core) or
  • MA 16010 - Applied Calculus I ♦ (satisfies Quantitative Reasoning for core) or
  • MA 16100 - Plane Analytic Geometry And Calculus I ♦ (satisfies Quantitative Reasoning for core)
  • NUTR 30300 - Essentials Of Nutrition ♦ (satisfies Science for core)
  • PSY 12000 - Elementary Psychology
  • SOC 10000 - Introductory Sociology or
  • ANTH 10000 - Being Human: Introduction To Anthropology
  • STAT 22500 - Introduction To Probability Models ♦ or
  • STAT 30100 - Elementary Statistical Methods ♦
  • Science - Credit Hours: 2.00 - 4.00 (satisfies Science for core)
  • Human Cultures: Humanities - Credit Hours: 3.00 (satisfies Humanities for core)
  • Science, Technology & Society - Credit Hours: 1.00 - 3.00 (satisfies Science, Technology & Society for core)

Electives (10-18 credits)

Supplemental lists.

Hospitality and Tourism Management Supplemental Information    

Grade Requirements

Students must earn a “C-“or better in all HTM courses, except HTM 20200, which must be taken Pass / No Pass.

Pass/No Pass Policy

  • A student may elect the Pass / Not-Pass option for elective courses only, unless an academic unit requires that a specific departmental course/s be taken Pass / Not-Pass.  Students may elect to take University Core Curriculum courses Pass / Not-Pass; however, some major Plans of Study require courses that also fulfill UCC foundational outcomes.  In such cases, students may not elect the Pass / Not-Pass option.  A maximum of 24 credits of elective courses under the Pass / Not-pass grading option can be used toward graduation requirements. For further information, students should refer to the College of Health and Human Sciences Pass / Not-Pass Policy.

University Requirements

University core requirements, for a complete listing of university core course selectives, visit the provost’s website ..

  • Human Cultures: Behavioral/Social Science (BSS)
  • Human Cultures: Humanities (HUM)
  • Information Literacy (IL)
  • Oral Communication (OC)
  • Quantitative Reasoning (QR)
  • Science #1 (SCI)
  • Science #2 (SCI)
  • Science, Technology, and Society (STS)
  • Written Communication (WC) 

Civics Literacy Proficiency Requirement

The civics literacy proficiency activities are designed to develop civic knowledge of purdue students in an effort to graduate a more informed citizenry. for more information visit the civics literacy proficiency  website..

Students will complete the Proficiency by passing a test of civic knowledge, and completing one of three paths:

  • Attending six approved civics-related events and completing an assessment for each; or
  • Completing 12 podcasts created by the Purdue Center for C-SPAN Scholarship and Engagement that use C-SPAN material and completing an assessment for each; or
  • Earning a passing grade for one of  these approved courses (or transferring in approved AP or departmental credit in lieu of taking a course).

Upper Level Requirement

  • Resident study at Purdue University for at least two semesters and the enrollment in and completion of at least 32 semester hours of coursework required and approved for the completion of the degree. These courses are expected to be at least junior-level (30000+) courses.
  • Students should be able to fulfill most , if not all , of these credits within their major requirements; there should be a clear pathway for students to complete any credits not completed within their major.

Sample 4-Year Plan

Fall 1st year.

  • HTM 17300 - Introduction To Tourism Management or Elective - Credit Hours: 3.00
  • HTM 18100 - Introduction To Lodging Management or
  • MA 15300 - College Algebra ♦ or
  • MA 15555 - Quantitative Reasoning ♦ or
  • MA 16010 - Applied Calculus I ♦ or
  • MA 16100 - Plane Analytic Geometry And Calculus I ♦
  • Human Cultures: Humanities core - Credit Hours: 3.00 or
  • Elective - Credit Hours: 3.00
  • Elective - Credit Hours: 1.00/2.00

14-15 Credits

Spring 1st year.

  • HTM 19100 - Sanitation And Health In Foodservice, Lodging, And Tourism or
  • HTM 14100 - Financial Accounting For The Service Industries  ♦ or
  • COM 11400 - Fundamentals Of Speech Communication ♦ or
  • ENGL 10600 - First-Year Composition ♦ or
  • ENGL 10800 - Accelerated First-Year Composition ♦
  • ANTH 10000 - Being Human: Introduction To Anthropology or
  • HTM 17300 - Introduction To Tourism Management or 

15-16 Credits

Fall 2nd year.

  • ENGL 10800 - Accelerated First-Year Composition ♦ or
  • COM 11400 - Fundamentals Of Speech Communication ♦
  • CNIT 13600 - Personal Computing Technology And Applications ♦ or
  • HTM 23100 - Hospitality And Tourism Marketing or
  • HTM 24100 - Managerial Accounting And Financial Management In Hospitality Operations or
  • HTM 14100 - Financial Accounting For The Service Industries
  • CSR 28200 - Customer Relations Management or

14-16 Credits

Spring 2nd year.

  • ECON 21000 - Principles Of Economics ♦ or
  • ECON 25100 - Microeconomics ♦ or
  • ECON 25200 - Macroeconomics ♦ or
  • AGEC 21700 - Economics ♦ or
  • PSY 12000 - Elementary Psychology or
  • HTM 21200 - Management And Leadership In Hospitality And Tourism or
  • HTM 31200 - Human Resources Management For The Service Industries or
  • HTM 25500 - Advanced Spreadsheet Techniques For Hospitality And Tourism Management or

Summer 2nd Year

Fall 3rd year.

  • HTM 34100 - Operations Control And Analysis In The Hospitality Industry or
  • HTM Select Course - Credit Hours: 3.00 or
  • ECON 25100 - Microeconomics ♦ or
  • AGEC 21700 - Economics ♦
  • Science, Technology & Society selective - Credit Hours: 1.00-3.00 or
  • NUTR 30300 - Essentials Of Nutrition or Science 3.00

Spring 3rd Year

  • HTM 32200 - Hospitality Facilities Management or
  • HTM 29102 - Introduction To Foodservice Management or
  • HTM 29101 - Quantity Food Production And Service Laboratory or Elective - Credit Hours: 2.00
  • Elective - Credit Hours: 1.00 or
  • Science - Credit Hours: 3.00 or
  • NUTR 30300 - Essentials Of Nutrition ♦
  • STAT 30100 - Elementary Statistical Methods ♦ or
  • HTM Select Course - Credit Hours: 3.00

Summer 3rd Year

  • HTM 30200 - Hospitality And Tourism Industry Internship

1- 2 credits

Fall 4th year.

  • HTM 49201 - Hospitality Operation Management And Leadership or
  • HTM 38110 - Revenue Management In The Lodging Industry or
  • Elective - Credit Hours: 2.00 or
  • HTM 41100 - Hospitality And Tourism Law or
  • MGMT 31000 - Financial Management or
  • CSR 48400 - Consumer Investment And Savings Decisions
  • HTM 49111 - Beverage Operation Management or Elective - Credit Hours: 1.00
  • Elective - Credit Hours: 2.00

Spring 4th Year

  • HTM 49901 - Business Development In Hospitality And Tourism or
  • Elective - Credit Hours: 3.00 or
  • HTM Selective - Credit Hours: 3.00
  • Human Cultures: Humanities core - Credit Hours: 3.00
  • Electives - Credit Hours: 3.00 or
  • Science, Technology & Society selective - Credit Hours: 1.00-3.00

Pre-Requisite Information

For pre-requisite information, click here .

World Language Courses

World Language proficiency requirements vary by program. The following list is inclusive of all world languages PWL offers for credit; for acceptable languages and proficiency levels, see your advisor. (ASL-American Sign Language; ARAB-Arabic; CHNS-Chinese; FR-French; GER-German; GREK-Greek(Ancient); HEBR-Hebrew(Biblical); HEBR-Hebrew(Modern); ITAL-Italian; JPNS-Japenese; KOR-Korean; LATN-Latin; PTGS=Portuguese; RUSS-Russian; SPAN-Spanish)

Critical Course

The ♦ course is considered critical. In alignment with the Degree Map Guidance for Indiana’s Public Colleges and Universities, published by the Commission for Higher Education (pursuant to HEA 1348-2013), a Critical Course is identified as “one that a student must be able to pass to persist and succeed in a particular major.  Students who want to be nurses, for example, should know that they are expected to be proficient in courses like biology in order to be successful.  These would be identified by the institutions for each degree program”. 
The student is ultimately responsible for knowing and completing all degree requirements. Consultation with an advisor may result in an altered plan customized for an individual student. The myPurduePlan powered by DegreeWorks is the knowledge source for specific requirements and completion.

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Offered by the College of Tourism and Hospitality Management  – Department of Tourism Management

Description.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT  is a four-year degree program related to the fields of hospitality and tourism education. It provides students the opportunity to become directly involved in managing and planning the world’s biggest people industry – tourism.  This concentrates on courses such as history, travel, language, and other cultural aspects. It provides exposure and training of becoming experts in management of the travel, tour, and hospitality industry and will lead students to a journey toward a senior role in the exciting, diverse, and growing industry.

The BS Tourism Management program has two areas of specialization: (1) Major in Travel Operations and Service Management, and (2) Major in Recreation and Leisure Management.

The BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT Major in Travel Operations and Service Management program covers the study of various components focusing on the management, operations, and service delivery relevant to the travel and tourism industry. It encompasses technical, practical, and professional learning and application of skills with respect to specific areas such as travel agency management, tour arranging and planning, travel industry operations and procedures, tourism marketing and promotion strategies, travel counseling, travel industry law, international and domestic operations, and travel and tourism policy.

Becoming Part of the Program

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The University of Santo Tomas, in pursuit of truth, guided by reason and illumined by faith, dedicates herself to the generation, advancement, and transmission of knowledge to form competent and compassionate professionals committed to the service of the Church, the nation, and the global community.

I am a Thomasian. I carry the SEAL of Thomasian education. I am a S ervant leader, an E ffective communicator and collaborator, an A nalytical and creative thinker, and a L ifelong learner. With Christ at the center of my formation as a Thomasian, I am expected to demonstrate the following Thomasian Graduate Attributes ( ThoGAs ): 

SERVANT LEADER 

  • Show leadership abilities to promote advocacies for life, freedom, justice, and solidarity in the service of the family, the local and global communities, the Church, and the environment. 
  • Implement relevant projects and activities that speak of Christian compassion to the poor and the marginalized in order to raise their quality of life. 
  • Show respect for the human person, regardless of race, religion, age, and gender. 

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATOR AND COLLABORATOR 

  • Express oneself clearly, correctly, and confidently in various environments, contexts, and technologies of human interaction.
  • Work productively with individuals or groups from diverse cultures and demographics. 
  • Show profound respect for individual differences and/or uniqueness as members of God’s creation. 

ANALYTICAL AND CREATIVE THINKER 

  • Show judiciousness and resourcefulness in making personal and professional decisions. 
  • Engage in research undertakings that respond to societal issues. 
  • Express personal and professional insights through an ethical and evidence-based approach. 

LIFELONG LEARNER 

  • Engage in reflective practice to ensure disciplinal excellence and professional development. 
  • Exhibit preparedness and interest for continuous upgrading of competencies required by the profession or area of specialization. 
  • Manifest fidelity to the teachings of Christ, mediated by the Catholic Church, in the continuous deepening of faith and spirituality in dealing with new life situations and challenges. 

PEO1. Exhibit Christian leadership by promoting life advocacies through project implementation for social and economic transformation 

PEO2. Practice effective interpersonal and communication skills through collaboration, use of information technology, and respect for cultural heritage and diversity 

PEO3. Assess industry-academe trends and issues to generate research and business undertakings in tourism and hospitality through the basis of specific standards and criteria within personal, professional, societal, and ethical contexts 

PEO4. Employ a solid understanding and the need for continuous upgrading of the managerial and operational competencies of tourism and hospitality through reflective practice consistent with the global standards and Christian values 

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates should be able to:

PO1. perform leadership skills in various areas of tourism through advocacy programs that aim to improve the quality of life of both local and global communities;

PO2. engage in meaningful collaboration, communication, and processing of information through technology to effectively perform assigned tasks in a diverse cultural environment;

PO3. apply analytical and quantitative skills to formulate business decisions producing quality research and business outputs that respond to tourism and hospitality issues and trends compliant with the laws of the society; and

PO4. demonstrate the ability to perform basic supervisory job functions, as well as entrepreneurial competencies, manifesting Christian values, in the tour, travel, leisure and recreation, and hotel and restaurant careers.

In addition, graduates of BS in Tourism Management Major in Travel and Operations Management should be able to create concrete plans for the different stakeholders through service learning, manifesting global innovations in varied forms of communication and collaboration (PO5-TOSM). 

Application Period: July to December of each year

Application Website

Release of Results: January 28 of the following year

Go to  THIS PAGE and look for the “College of Tourism and Hospitality Management” tab for the tuition fees.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of BS in Tourism Management, Major in Travel Operations and Service Management may be a/an:

Area Supervisor

Ground Handling Personnel

Training Staff

Area Manager

Group Coordinator

Ticketing Manager

Administrative Assistant

File Clerk 

Tourism Center Director

Airline Purser

Flight Attendant

Airline Manager

Information Specialist

Tour Planner

Communications Specialist

Media Specialist

Travel Promotions Staff

Country Manager

Media Coordinator

Travel Representative

Customer Service Representative

Media Liaison

Travel Editor

Customer Service Quality Director

Manager of Travel Literature

Travel Photographer 

Chief of News and Information

Operations Employee

Travel Writer

Director for Customer Care

Package Tour Coordinator

Travel Counselor (Domestic / International)

Economic Development Specialist

Product Development Manager

Research Analyst

Reservation Agents

Public Information Officer

Research Director

Reservations Manager

Public Relations Officer

Reservationist

Since the program includes business-related courses, a BS in Tourism Management graduate may also be a/an: 

Sales Representative

Commercial Account Specialist

Trainee Group Consultant

Marketing Analyst

Sales and Marketing Manager

Customer Analyst

Advertising Specialist

Management Personnel (4 functional areas-HR, Marketing, Operations, Finance plus IT)

Financial Analyst

Marketing Coordinator

Senior Manager of Strategy and Marketing

Merchandising Analyst

Advertising Manager

Student Experience and Support

Department of Tourism Management Facilities

The University of Santo Tomas provides student services that cater to academic, spiritual, and wellness concerns of students. These support units are found in the different parts of the campus and can be accessed by Thomasians. When the University shifted to distance learning, the services also transitioned to online services to continue addressing the needs of Thomasians.

Program Curriculum (New)

Effectivity: A.Y. 2023-2024

This curriculum may have some changes upon the availability of new guidelines.

Effectivity: A.Y. 2021-2022

Effectivity: A.Y. 2019-2020

Effectivity: A.Y. 2018-2019

Student Life

The Tourism Management Department regularly offers immersion programs for the students to see and gain first-hand knowledge of how the industry works. From hotels, cruise lines, and community immersions, various adventures await you!

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Our students regularly participate in various tourism-related contests, such as PHILTOA, UFTE, Domestikwhiz, TourCon, and HRT.

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Apart from classroom learning and industry immersions, the college also has educational tour for the students. One of the most awaited highlights of being a Tourism Management student is the exciting domestic tours in Cebu, Bohol, Palawan and international tours in South Korea, Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand.

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Our students are often invited to assist and become ushers for University activities inside and outside the campus giving them more exposure and a chance to practice service and hospitality skills they learn in the classroom namely, Papal Visit, diplomatic missions, national and international events, UAAP, etc.

Ms. Anna Joy L. Putchero <br> (BS Tourism 2014)

The University of Santo Tomas is one of the leading private research universities in the Philippines and is consistently ranked among the top 1000 universities in the whole world. With academic degrees and research thrusts in the natural, health, applied, social, and sacred sciences, as well as business and management, the University continuously strives to make a positive impact on the society.

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AUR’s Bachelor of Science in Travel and Tourism Management prepares graduates for a range of fulfilling careers within one of the world’s largest and most diverse industries. Today, the tourism industry accounts for one in 11 jobs globally. Over the next ten years, the industry will grow at a rate of more than 4% per year. There are real opportunities within this sector for rewarding and exhilarating careers.

Why study travel and tourism management at aur.

There are few more appropriate and relevant places to earn a degree in tourism than in Rome, one of the world’s most important tourist destinations. Rome is often described as the world’s largest outdoor museum, and while this is certainly accurate, the city is anything but an artificial theme park. It is a vibrant, modern European capital that has retained its political and economic relevance in Europe for more than two thousand years.

Career choices

The travel and tourism sector offers myriad career opportunities for those with business management skills. This expanding industry encompasses the marketing and service management of all forms of accommodation services, transportation for both leisure and business, cultural activities, and more. New enterprises and innovations in the industry are constantly springing up, and so too are new career opportunities.

Field Studies

We prepare students for flexible career paths through a combination of theoretical and practical knowledge. These are learned through classroom instruction, field trips, seminars with travel and tourism experts, and hands-on experience. Travel and Tourism Management majors will have the opportunity to gain real-world experience through internships in local tourism-related environments such as hotels, festivals, museums, media companies, and travel agencies.

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Field Study Trips for credit

The Travel and Tourism Management Program offers a range of experiential academic trips and site visits both within Italy and throughout Europe. These opportunities to enhance the theoretical knowledge of the classroom with practical, hands-on experience are an invaluable element of studying at AUR. Recent examples include:

  • Tasting Castelli Romani: Place branding through food and wine.
  • Exploring Italy’s natural wonders in South Tyrol: The Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Fashion Outlet Tourism: Rome’s world of affordable luxury.
  • Olive Oil production & tourism opportunities in Umbria
  • Terme dei Papi spa in Viterbo: Studying a joint public & private tourism promotion project.

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Travel & Tourism internship opportunities

AUR’s Travel and Tourism Management curriculum is specifically designed to let students acquire the planning and management skills related to the growth and development of tourism throughout the world. The ‘real-world experience’ elements of the program are further enhanced by a robust internship program. Recent internship opportunities have included:

  • Walt Disney World (EPCOT-Italian Pavilion)
  • Vatican Museums
  • Rome Chamber Music Festival
  • Agriturismo Diacceroni (Tuscany)
  • Context Travel (Rome based travel agency)
  • Hotel Project (Rome based Hotel consulting company)

Unique concentrations within Travel and Tourism Management: Food Tourism and Cultural Heritage Tourism

Travel and Tourism Management students can choose to specialize their studies in Food Tourism or Cultural & Heritage Tourism.

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Cultural and Heritage Tourism Cultural and Heritage Tourism is a leading sector in Italy, fueled by its immense wealth of artistic, archaeological and architectural treasure, thanks to which it is ranked first in the world for the number of UNESCO World Heritage sites it contains. Students interested in specializing in this area of the travel and tourism industry may concentrate their degree studies in Cultural and Heritage Tourism.

Food Tourism Italy is (rightly) renowned around the world for its cuisine. An increased tourist interest in local food traditions and the farm-to-table movement have driven an explosion in the food tourism business. Italy is the world’s top producer of wine, a leading producer of fine olive oil, parmesan, and prosciutto, to name just a few products that make it such a heavyweight in the global food market. Students interested in working for organizations involved in the production or promotion of Italy’s unique food traditions can take a concentration in Food Tourism.

Career destinations

AUR's Travel & Tourism Management program provides students with both industry-specialized skills and knowledge and overarching management & business training. This means that graduates of the program are career-ready to enter the travel & tourism job market but they also have transferable skills which are highly desirable across a range of career options including Luxury Travel management, Heritage Site management, Convention and Visitors Bureau management, Marketing management, Communications management, Event management, and much more. 

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Asha M. - 2019

Graduate Studies in the U.K.

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Jill S. - 2018

Executive Travel Management

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Billy F. 2020

Marketing & Advertising manager

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Millie D. - 2020

Graduate Studies in New York

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Phil A. - 2019

Logistic management in Italy

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Andy T. - 2019

Travel Blogger, worldwide

Selected Core Course

Selected major electives.

  • Principles of Marketing
  • Financial Accounting
  • International Business Law
  • Computer Applications for Business
  • Introduction to Travel and Tourism
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Introduction to International Business

Research Methods in Travel and Tourism

  • Human Resource Management in Service Operations
  • Entrepreneurship: Creating, Financing and Managing New Ventures
  • Travel and Tourism Strategy
  • Management of Cultural Heritage
  • Travel Writing
  • Advertising Strategy
  • Tourism and Hospitality Law
  • Food Tourism
  • Destination Marketing: European Wonders
  • Sustainable Heritage Tourism
  • Food and (Multi)culture in Italy
  • The Grand Tour and the Literature of Tourism
  • Italian Culture at the Movies
  • Global Value Chain Analysis

Selected Travel & Tourism Management course details

In this course, students explore the processes for obtaining and analyzing relevant, reliable, valid and timely information necessary to examine travel and tourism industry practices and trends.

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TRAVEL AND TOURISM STRATEGY

Students will analyze strategic choices and what those choices mean within the context of a travel and tourism business. Special emphasis is placed on the importance and application of an analysis of risk and its management within the context of a travel and tourism business.

DESTINATION MARKETING: EUROPEAN WONDERS

This field trip course provides a hands-on opportunity to critically explore destination branding in Europe, and to consider the range of marketing strategies employed by regional governments, Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs), local businesses and communities.

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FOOD TOURISM

This class on food tourism will focus on learning the geography of food for various regions of the world through the study of the qualities and attributes of various cuisines and the role that culinary tourism plays in their economy.

CULTURAL AND HERITAGE TOURISM

Emphasis is placed on developing theoretical and practical insights into heritage related to place, community, ethnicity and identity, as well as the stakeholders in the local and global tourism industry.

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Marketing for Travel and Tourism

We will explore the areas and the challenges facing industry actors as they strive to create distinctive experiences for increasingly demanding and jaded consumers.

Outstanding Faculty

Aur's travel & tourism management faculty is comprised of the outstanding and experienced academics & industry professionals with a broad range of theoretical & practical expertise in their disciplines..

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Anna Sasso is a marketing specialist, lecturer, and consultant. She combines her business education and managerial experience with a passion for human potential to help students and professionals uncover their unique value and expand their careers. Her professional motto is: ‘To create sustainable competitive advantage through a quality education and lifelong learning.'

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Marshall Langer

Marshall entered academia after a 12-year career in finance in the U.S. and Europe, in investment banking and risk arbitrage with firms such as Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities Corp and BNP Paribas. Marshall is also a Trained Group Counselor. Marshall Langer has been an Adjunct Professor at AUR since 2004.

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Laura Prota

An economics specialist, Professor Prota publishes regularly on issues related to the specificity of Southeast Asian market transition with a particular focus on place and path-dependent trajectories of development. Beyond her academic interests, Prota has worked as a consultant and project coordinator in several rural development projects in Southeast Asia.

Course requirements and further detail

For more in-depth information about this program and individual course requirements, please see our full catalog .

Why study Travel & Tourism Management at AUR   Field study trips for credit   Travel & Tourism Management Internships   Unique Concentrations: Food Tourism & Heritage Tourism   Career Destinations   Travel & Tourism Management course information   Outstanding Faculty

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The BS Tourism Management (BSTM) Program is a four-year academic program that encompasses technical, practical, and professional learning relevant to the different pillars of tourism, such as tour and travel operations, transportation, accommodation, food and beverage, events management, allied services, entertainment and recreation, tourism research and education, tourism planning and development and other tourism services necessary for the formation of the students to become well rounded and high-spirited Tourism Professionals imbued with Christian virtues, service culture, and cross-cultural ethics. BSTM graduates are expected to develop technology-oriented, industry-driven, and relevant training and practices in tourism, hospitality, and other allied industries to afford them entrepreneurial opportunities in tourism, travel, and hospitality management and operation. 

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