Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management

Program code

1408

Available at

Nathan

Gold Coast

Mount Gravatt

Logan

South Bank

Online

Offshore

Other

Duration

3 years full-time
6 years part-time

Credit points

240

Indicative fee

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Entry requirements

15

OP 2017

67

Rank 2017 (more)

Offered in

Trimester 1, Trimester 2 and Trimester 3

Prerequisites

  • English (4SA)

Assumed knowledge

Nil

OP 1-6 Guarantee

If you receive an OP 1-6 or equivalent and meet subject prerequisites, you are guaranteed a place in this program.

My details

Programs change over time. Course lists and requirements are specific to the year you started studying.

The Griffith Academic Calendar is changing in 2017. It is moving from semesters in 2016 to trimesters in 2017. In considering your study options you will need to select semester for 2016 and prior years and trimester for 2017 and onwards. Find out more on the Griffith Academic Calendar.

 

For Domestic and those International students not required to complete the English Language Enhancement course

To be eligible for the award of Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management (BIntTourHoMgt), a student must acquire 240 credit points as prescribed below:

  • complete 110 credit points of core courses including 60 credit points of Year 1 level core courses
  • complete 60 credit points for the Tourism Management major or Hospitality Management major
  • complete 70 credit points comprising:
  • complete no more than 100 credit points of courses at Year 1 level
  • complete at least 60 credit points of courses at Year 3 level.

This degree/s may be awarded with Distinction where a student achieves a minimum program GPA of 6.5 with no failed courses. The words 'This award was achieved with Distinction' will be recorded on the testamur and will appear below the conferral date of the award.

Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Level and Type

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. This qualification is accredited as an AQF Level 7 - Bachelor Degree.

English Language Enhancement

Domestic students enrolled in this program whose first language is not English may complete the following English Language Enhancement (ELE) course as an elective.

Students whose first language is English are not permitted to undertake this ELE course and enrolments will be monitored to ensure compliance.

Program learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes communicate to the community the value of the Griffith educational experience as benchmarked against national qualification standards.

Program Learning Outcomes for this award describe the knowledge, skills and the application of knowledge and skills you will acquire through studying the Griffith program of your choice.

Courses in this program may be available at multiple campuses and during different Trimesters. Click the course code to find out more information on where and when the course is offered.

English Language Enhancement course

International students required to complete the English Language Enhancement course must complete the following course in their first Trimester of study in place of an elective course:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 or 3 5901LHS Language and Communication for Business and Commerce  10

Year 1

Students must complete the following courses. Students are advised to complete the Year 1 level courses before commencing their major.

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 or 3 1303AFE Economics for Decision Making 1  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 1101IBA Management Concepts  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 1003MKT Introduction to Marketing  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 1102AFE Accounting for Decision Making  10
Tri 1,2 1005THS People and Places in the Service Industries  10
Tri 1,2 1220THS Information Systems for Services Industries  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 2232THS International Tourism and Hotel Management Principles  10
Tri 1,2 or 3   Listed elective  10
OR
Tri 1,2 or 3   Undergraduate free-choice elective/s   10

Years 2 and 3

Students must complete the following core courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 2230THS Interpreting Tourism Management Information  10
Tri 1,3 3214THS Financial Management for Tourism and Hotels (GC: Tri 1, Tri 3; NA: Tri 1) 10
Tri 2,3 3201THS Managing Risk in Tourism, Events and Hospitality (GC: Tri 2; NA: Tri 2, Tri 3) 10
Tri 1,2 3400THS Career Development  10

Students will complete at least one of the following majors:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2   Tourism Management major  60
OR
Tri 1,2   Hospitality Management major  60

Students will complete:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 or 3   A second major  60
OR
Tri 1,2 or 3   Electives  60

Note: Electives may be selected from listed electives, employability electives, other courses offered by Griffith Business School and/or a range of Undergraduate free-choice elective/s. If required, please contact the Program Director for any further information.


Students must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2219THS Event Management Principles  10
Tri 1 2315THS Event Marketing and Sponsorship  10
Tri 2 2209THS Managing Projects in Service Industries  10
Tri 1 3117THS Facility and Venue Management  10
Tri 2 3204THS Event Evaluation (capstone course) 10
Tri 2 3213THS Conference and Convention Management  10

Students must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2208THS International Food and Beverage Management  10
Tri 1,3 2222THS Hotel Distribution and Sales  10
Tri 2 2216THS Rooms Division Management  10
Tri 2 3231THS Managing Hospitality Service Experiences  10
Tri 1,2 3215THS Hotel Service Operations Management (capstone course) 10
Tri 1 3203THS Tourism and Hotel Economic Analysis  10

Students must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,3 2002EHR Human Resource Management Principles  10
Tri 1,2 2005EHR Organisational Behaviour  10
Tri 1,2 2009EHR Recruitment and Selection  10
Tri 1 3010EHR Training and Development  10
Tri 1 3011EHR Performance Management  10
Tri 1,2 3012EHR Applied Human Resource Management and Change (capstone course) 10

Students must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,3 2128IBA Business Processes  10
Tri 1,2 2005EHR Organisational Behaviour  10
Tri 1,3 3144IBA Quality Management (GC Tri 1; NA Tri 1, Tri 3) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3112IBA Management Strategy and Decision Making (GC Tri 1, Tri 2; NA Tri 1, Tri 2, Tri 3) 10
Tri 1,2 3114IBA Management Problem Solving (capstone course) 10
Tri 2,3 3006IBA Business Ethics and Corporate Governance (GC Tri 2; NA Tri 2, Tri 3) 10

Students must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 or 3 2004MKT Consumer Psychology (GC Tri 1 & Tri 3; NA Tri 2 and Tri 3) 10
Tri 1,2 2034MKT Market Research (Tri 1: GC; Tri 2: NA) 10
Tri 1,2 2029MKT Advertising and Creative Strategies (NA Tri 1; GC Tri 2) 10
Tri 1,2 3028MKT Marketing Strategy and Metrics (capstone course) (Tri 1: GC; Tri 2: NA) 10
Tri 1,2 3006MKT Services Marketing (NA Tri 1; GC Tri 2) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3040MKT Digital and Social Media Marketing (GC Tri 1; NA Tri 2; Tri 3 even years GC odd years NA) 10

Students must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2009THS Real Estate and Property Development Principles  10
Tri 2 2209THS Managing Projects in Service Industries  10
Tri 2 2211AFE Real Estate Finance  10
Tri 1 3220THS Real Estate and Property Development Law  10
Tri 1 3216THS Strata Communities and Management  10
Tri 2 3219THS Property Development Process (capstone course) 10

Students must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2309THS Sport Management Principles  10
Tri 1 2018THS Organising and Staging Major Sport Events  10
Tri 2 2312THS Sport Information  10
Tri 1 3110THS Contemporary Issues in Sport Business  10
Tri 2 3323THS Sport Marketing  10
Tri 2 3333THS Sport Development Systems (capstone course) 10

Students must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2204THS Tourism Management Principles  10
Tri 2 2233THS Tourism Impact Assessment  10
Tri 1 3200THS Destination Marketing  10
Tri 2 3307THS Tourism Small Business Management (capstone course) 10
Tri 1 3006THS Cruise Industry Management  10
OR
Tri 3 3008THS Cruise Industry Experience  10
Tri 2 3018THS Destination Management  10

Electives may be selected from listed electives below, employability electives (see below), and/or a range of Undergraduate free-choice elective/s. If required, please contact the Program Director for any further information.

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 3118THS Planning Sustainable Communities  10
Tri 1 3226THS Tourism Study Tour  10
Tri 2 2213THS Food and Wine Tourism  10
Tri 2 3207THS Event Business Development  10
Tri 2 3224THS Community Events and Festivals  10
Tri 2 3210THS Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hotel Management  10
Tri 2 3120THS Tourism Culture  10

It is recommended that students complete at least one of the following courses which focus on preparation for and gaining employment:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,3 2008EHR Business Communication (GC Tri 1; NA Tri 1,Tri 3) 10
Tri 1,2 3114IBA Management Problem Solving  10
Tri 1,2 3001GBS UG Business Internship I  10
Tri 1,2 3000GBS UG Business Internship II  20
Tri 1,2 3035IBA Asian Politics/Business Research Project (offered at NA from 2019) 10
Tri 1,2 3400THS Career Development (formerly 3400HSL) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3002LFC Community Internship  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3029MKT Self-Marketing (NA: Tri 1 & Tri 3; GC: Tri 2 & Tri 3) 10
Tri 2,3 3001EHR Negotiation (GC Tri 2; NA Tri 2 & Tri 3) 10
OR
Tri 2 3014IBA International Business Negotiation  10
Tri 2 3101GBS Applied Digital WIL for Start-Ups  10
Tri 2 3002GBS Career Development Learning  10
Tri 2 3100AFE Engaging with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Business Communities  10
Tri 3 3003GBS UG Global Mobility Internship II  20
Tri 3 2022IBA China Field Study (offered from 2018) 10
Tri 3 3034IBA Asian Immersion Study Tour (offered from 2019) 10

Note: Students selecting a 20 credit point Employability elective will do so in place of a Listed or Undergraduate free-choice elective/s. For more information please visit the Griffith Business School Student Opportunities website.