BSc in Tourism and Hospitality Management

DEGREE: BSc in Tourism and Hospitality Management

QUALIFICATION: Economist in Tourism and Hospitality Management

TYPE OF THE COURSE: full-time undergraduate degree course

DURATION OF THE COURSE: 7 semesters

COURSE DESCRIPTION

A program for professionals to develop skill in order to carry out, manage and organize activities in the field of tourism and hospitality,  to possess methodological knowledge and specialized skills in economics, social sciences and applied methodologies.

COURSE STRUCTURE

Year 1 (two semesters)
In this first year of BSc studies all students study the same modules, giving you a thorough grounding in key areas of Mathematics, Economics, Business and Social studies. Your study will include courses in Analysis, Statistics, Macro- and Microeconomics, Business Law, and Foundations of Accountancy, Basics of Information Technology.

Year 2 (two semesters)
Second year modules introduce the fields of advanced Tourism administration. You will take courses such as Theory of tourism, Economics of tourism, Regional development and tourism planning, Tourism and hospitality marketing, Hotel management, Catering management, Travel management, Event organization.

Year 3 (two semesters)
In this academic year you will specialize in chosen areas. Currently we offer the following program for specialization: The On-line tourism specialization combines the knowledge of tourism-hospitality and the knowledge of Internet applications according to market demands. This helps students to use state-of-the-art technologies such as Online consumer habits in tourism, Info communication tools for tourism, Tourism web marketing, Internet destination management, Online sales in tourism, Reservation systems.

Year 4 (one semester)
In this last semester you will have field practice, and you will focus on the preparation of your final project, the thesis.

Preparatory course

The preparatory course is designed to help students to develop and strengthen basic skills in Mathematics, Economics, and Communication, necessary to continue studies at the BSc course level and to improve your English skills.