Already have a degree and want to expand your knowledge of the tourism industry in as little as one semester? Study the Graduate Certificate in International Tourism Management.
You gain a thorough understanding of the tourism industry and the valuable contribution tourism makes to the world.
AUT has strong industry links with airlines, travel agencies, tour operators and other tourism industry organisations and with AUT's New Zealand Tourism Research Institute. Our staff are globally known, with research expertise in coastal and marine tourism, cultural and indigenous tourism, and sustainability.
Start date: 2022
Start date: 2023
You choose courses from the Bachelor of International Tourism Management. You need a total of 60 points.
At least 45 points must be at level 7, and you need to include the courses TOUR501 Introduction to Tourism and COMM570 Academic Communication: Conventions and Expectations (or approved alternatives as agreed to by the programme leader).
Courses focus on the links between tourism businesses, tourists and host communities. There's an emphasis on contemporary issues and rapid changes in the tourism industry.
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