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The Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management is designed to give students business and hospitality management skills to enable them to pursue a career as an industry leader at a national or international level.
Graduates will be highly qualified to meet the challenges associated with working for, operating or owning a hospitality business. This course combines theory with practical industry-based experience and the opportunity to develop professional networks.
This course offers an optional international exchange program for second year students to study in the United States, Canada, England, Austria, the Netherlands or Hong Kong.
Graduates typically find employment as professional staff or managers in resorts and hotels, spa and health retreats, casinos, clubs, restaurants, food service and catering, airlines, convention and exhibition centres, hospitality management consultancies and other hospitality operations.
The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management is a founding member of THE-ICE. The School and its programs are fully accredited, offering students both national and international quality assured education.
An internship program, which counts as four units of the degree, provides students in their final study session with a 20-week block of practical workplace experience in a hospitality or tourism organisation in Australia or overseas. Students also have the option to undertake a research-based project.
There are two majors available in this course:
Gaming covers the key issues in managing gaming venues including the basic principles behind game design, utilising new technology, engaging with the community and strategically planning the future of the gaming business.
Hotels and Resorts aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills to manage and promote a hospitality organisation or operation. Students study contemporary trends in the industry, the political and cultural factors that shape the way international hospitality organisations are managed, as well as cruise ship tourism, coastal and marine tourism, hospitality sales and promotion, food and beverage management, food service operations, rooms division management, conventions and events, and entrepreneurship.
To qualify for the Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management a total of 288 credit points (usually 24 units) must be completed.
This course offers an intermediate award (early exit point) at Associate Degree level.
Please note that some units may not be available at each location. Unit availabilities are published for each study period and vary from year to year. Please contact the School for further information.
For course rules and a full list of units, please refer to the Specific Award Rules below.
|Distance Education||Session 1
|Coffs Harbour||Session 1
Southern Cross Drive, Bilinga
|Course Duration||3 years full-time; 6 years part-time
This course may be completed in a shorter duration subject to unit availabilities.
|Fees and Charges||• Domestic fees
• International fees
• Additional fee information
|School||School of Tourism & Hospitality Management|
|Admission, Enrolment and General Enquiries||scu.edu.au/enquiries|
|Further Information||Domestic applicants: Ph: 1800 626 481
International applicants: Ph: +61 2 6620 3876; E: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Total Units:||Award Abbreviation:||2013 ATAR equivalent/OP:|
|UAC Course Code||QTAC Course Code||CRICOS Course Code|
|Coffs Harbour: 334150
Gold Coast: 334160
|Coffs Harbour: 054651
Gold Coast: 054061
|Coffs Harbour NSW: 074667M
Gold Coast QLD: 077269A
On-campus students experience a variety of teaching approaches including lectures, tutorials, online activities and video-linked or podcast virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.
Our distance education study option is highly interactive and strives to promote collaboration and a sense of community. Students may receive a combination of podcast or video-linked lectures, electronic study materials, workshops, online discussion forums and virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.
MySCU is a student’s point of entry to a range of online services and resources that support study and student life. The portal includes unit learning sites and information sites where students can access resources, communication tools and useful links that are integral to their studies.
The web-based program Blackboard Collaborate delivers advanced on-line learning environments for students and lecturers to communicate and collaborate through virtual meeting spaces and classrooms. They can share files, presentations, and applications. If the session is recorded, students can view it afterwards.
Learning materials include the provision of unit information guides, study guides and books of readings. Students may need to purchase or access prescribed text books.
The SCU library provides a wide range of services including librarian assistance, print and electronic resources, a document delivery service, catalogues, databases, ebooks, ereadings, and full-text journal literature.
The Academic Skills Development team supports student learning by offering online and on-campus academic skills workshops, email, phone, and one-on-one support.
Students are assessed in each unit on the basis of written and/or oral assignments. These may include researched essays, reports, presentations, case studies, portfolios, online discussions, tests and exams. Students may also be asked to participate in group work as well as individual assignments. The weighting of assessment marks between assignments and examinations varies.
Southern Cross University provides students with modern well-equipped teaching spaces such as lecture theatres, classrooms, and studios or laboratories tailored to meet the needs of specific study disciplines. Modern audiovisual equipment is standard in most teaching venues, and students have access to computer labs for individual study purposes.
Pre-requisite Year 12 subjects
There are no pre-requisite subjects required for this course.
On-campus Undergraduate applications
To apply to study an undergraduate degree at a SCU campus, apply online through the NSW Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) or Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC). For more information please visit either the UAC or QTAC websites: www.uac.edu.au or www.qtac.edu.au. A late fee applies for UAC and QTAC applications received after the 30th of September.
The following applications to study can be made online, directly to SCU:
Online applications for the Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management involve four key steps:
Once registered you can exit and return to your application at any time.
Please refer to the International Office website.
At Southern Cross University, your previous study or work experience may help you cut time off your degree.
We recommend that you apply for advance standing at the same time as you apply for admission into this course, because the amount and type of credit awarded will determine your study plan.
For more details and how to apply please visit the Advanced Standing website.
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Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management
Bachelor of Business in International Tourism Management
Bachelor of Business in Tourism and Hospitality Management with Honours
This course is offered at other locations internationally through education collaborations. Go to the School of Tourism & Hospitality Management website for more information.
Important - Please contact the University for confirmation of the course structure prior to acting on this information. The University accepts no liability for any loss suffered by reason of reliance on this information.
See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.4.1 Requirements for an Award
Candidates permitted to participate in a one session exchange program at an approved partner university overseas shall:
Intern Study MKT01221–4 may be taken either throughout the course during times when other units are not scheduled, or over a 20-week (600 hours) period after the completion of 19 units. All internship placements must be approved by the Work Integrated Learning Coordinator prior to commencement.