The course is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from theory and professional practice in the fields of business studies, marketing, hospitality, and tourism. Case study scenarios, practical workshops and group projects will be used to encourage the practical application of concepts and the development of high-level problem-solving skills.
You will be required to draw from, and contribute to, the growing body of specialist research on hospitality and tourism management, policy and theory.
The top skills that hospitality and tourism employers say their staff need are soft skills - customer handling, team working, oral communication and problem solving - and technical, practical or job-specific skills. Management skills gaps are also high and have increased by nine percent from 2005. Source: People 1st State of the Nation Report.
The course is designed ensure that graduates leave not only with expert subject knowledge but also with skills that are desired and directly relevant to future employment.
- Hospitality Management
- Services Marketing for Hospitality, Tourism, and Events
- Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hospitality
- Human Resource Issues in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry
- Research Methods for Business and Management
- Postgraduate Major Project