This major will provide the specialist management skills needed in the outbound travel sector. The international travel market is also booming. Year on year, more and more Kiwis are spreading their wings; travelling overseas for business and leisure.
This major focuses on:
The outcomes for graduates of this programme are outlined in the Graduate Profile
You complete eight papers (120 points) that include the three core papers: Academic Communication: Conventions and Expectations, Introduction to Tourism and Culture and Society plus Level 5 papers from your major:
In Year 2 you take CLSY504 Knowledge and Inquiry and papers from your chosen major.
You also choose one of following pathways:
|Option 1 – Single major no minor|
|Option 2 – Single major with one minor|
|Option 3 – Additional major|
|Additional major||120 points|
If you choose an additional major or minor you can study an area of interest from an extensive range of subjects. Elective papers can be chosen from any degree programme within the university.
In Year 3 you complete final year paper/s, plus advanced level papers in your chosen second major and electives.
In your final semester, you complete valuable work integrated learning with an organisation. It’s a great opportunity to develop industry networks and make a decision on your professional career after graduation.
Last updated: 30-Oct-2017 2.05pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.