Tourism managment 2014

The Tourism Management study programme aims at developing modernly educated specialists in the field of tourism, capable of performing complex tasks and solving specific managerial problems and challenges, using modern management techniques, tools and methods. These professionals will be able to be directly and independently involved in solving sophisticated issues and problems characteristic of the modern approach to company management in the fields of tourism, tourism organizations and destinations.

The domain-specific competencies and knowledge acquired will enable the student to perform the following functions and tasks:

• Organize and manage business processes in tourism companies (individually or as a part of a team) and monitor the implementation of activities related to the structure and quality of tourism services.

• Professionally manage service quality, business processes and innovation.

• Communicate and negotiate business.

• Follow modern trends in the field of tourism and hospitality.

• Responsibly and rationally manage the company's resources.

• Organize gatherings and presentations at public events.

FIRST YEAR:

1st semester: 5 compulsory courses (30 credits)

2nd semester: 4 compulsory courses, 1 elective course (30 credits), two optional language courses

SECOND YEAR:

3rd semester: 5 compulsory courses (30 credits)

4th semester: 3 compulsory courses, 2 elective courses (30 credits), two optional language courses

THIRD YEAR:

5th semester: 2 compulsory courses, 3 elective courses (30 credits)

6th semester: 3 compulsory courses, 3 elective courses, internship and project work, thesis (30 credits)

 

No. Code Subject Semester Classes no. ECTS
1 001 ЕCONOMICS 1 3 + 2 6
2 147 МATHEMATICS 1 3 + 2 6
3 361 1 3 + 2 6
4 421 FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT 1 3 + 2 6
5 484 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN TOURISM 1 3 + 2 6
6 006 ACCOUNTING 2 3 + 2 6
7 262 ЕNGLISH LANGUAGE 1 2 2 + 2 5
8 485 BASICS OF TOURISM 2 3 + 2 7
9 486 STATISTICS IN TOURISM 2 3 + 2 6
10 Elective 1 2 2 + 1
487 SOCIOLOGY IN TOURISM 2 2 + 1 6
488 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION IN TOURISM 2 2 + 1 6
Optional
263 FRENCH LANGUAGE 1 2 2 + 1 0
264 RUSSIAN LANGUAGE 1 2 2 + 1 0
Total ECTS  60
No. Code Subject Semester Classes no. ECTS
11 489 MANAGEMENT OF TOURIST DESTINATIONS 3 3 + 2 6
12 490 MANAGMENT OF TOURIST AGENCIES 3 3 + 2 6
13 491 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN TOURISM 3 3 + 2 6
14 492 HOTEL MANAGEMENT 3 3 + 2 6
15 493 E-BUSINESS IN TOURISM 3 3 + 2 6
16 416 ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 3, 4 2 x (2 + 2) 6
17 495 GERMAN LANGUAGE IN TOURISM 3, 4 2 x (2 + 2) 6
18 494 QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF TOURISM SERVICES 4 3 + 2 6
19 Elective 2 4 3 + 2
ELECTIVE SUBJECT 2 4 3 + 2 6
20 Elective 3 4 3 + 2
ELECTIVE SUBJECT 3 4 3 + 2 6
Optional
271 FRENCH LANGUAGE 2 3, 4 2 x (2 + 2) 0
272 RUSSIAN LANGUAGE 2 3, 4 2 x (2 + 2) 0
582 3, 4 2 x (2 + 2) 0
Total ECTS  60
No. Code Subject Semester Classes no. ECTS
21 496 МARKETING IN TOURISM 5 3 + 2 7
22 497 BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM 5 3 + 2 6
23 Elective 4 5 3 + 2
ELECTIVE SUBJECT 4 5 3 + 2 6
24 Elective 5 5 3 + 2
ELECTIVE SUBJECT 5 5 3 + 2 6
25 Elective 6 5 3 + 2
ELECTIVE SUBJECT 6 5 3 + 2 6
26 498 ENGLISH LANGUAGE 3 5, 6 2 x (2 + 2) 6
27 496c MARKETING U TURIZMU (CASE STUDY) 6 0 + 2 1
28 497c POSLOVNO PRAVO U TURIZMU (CASE STUDY) 6 0 + 2 1
29 ELECTIVE SUBJECT 4 - CASE STUDY 6 0 + 2 1
30 ELECTIVE SUBJECT 6 - CASE STUDY 6 0 + 2 1
31 ELECTIVE SUBJECT 5 - CASE STUDY 6 0 + 2 1
468 INTERNSHIP AND PROJECT WORK 6 0 + 12 8
113 THESIS 6 0 + 8 10
Total ECTS  60

Offered optional subjects do not provide students with ECTS credits, but passed exams are noted on the Diploma Supplement.

Student chooses optional elective subject 2 and 3 from other  old study programs (the subjects in the fourth semester).

Student chooses optional elective subjects 4,5,6 from other old study programs (the subjects in the third or the fifth semester of other study programs).

Upon completion of the study program Tourism Management at Basic Applied Studies, the candidate acquires a title of Bachelor of Applied Studies in Management and a total of 180 ECTS credits.