From Australia to all the compass points of the world, the tourism and hospitality industry is your passport to an international career.
The Graduate Diploma of International Tourism and Hotel Management is geared towards improving your prospects of a leadership role in a thriving market, whether you are already working in the industry or you are looking for a career change.
You will study tourism theory, entrepreneurship and marketing, accounting and management, tourism planning and contemporary hotel management, all with a view to taking you closer to senior roles in this global and diverse industry.
The Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hotel Management is also a pathway to further study. Graduates are awarded eight units of advanced standing towards the Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management.
This course comprises a core management communication unit and a choice of electives covering leadership, marketing and accounting, management, information systems, entrepreneurship and contemporary issues in the sector.
Course Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a course. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes.
|Graduate Attribute||Course Learning Outcome|
Make informed decisions and demonstrate an understanding of theoretical concepts in relation to a range of contexts
Investigate, critically analyse, synthesise complex knowledge in the field of tourism and hotel management
Review and interpret theoretical propositions, methodologies, conclusions and professional decisions
Apply creative, strategic and critical thinking to specialist problem-solving and be adaptive to new circumstances
Generate and evaluate complex ideas and concepts at a practical level
Demonstrate substantial knowledge and understanding of ethical standards and professionalism
Evaluate issues with reference to professional ethical framework/s and sustainable practices
Act with integrity, responsibility and adaptability in professional practice
|Knowledge of a discipline|
Contextualise substantial knowledge of recent developments in tourism and hotel management within local and international contexts
Demonstrate and apply specialised theoretical knowledge and professional skills
Utilize independent specialist learning skills, reflective practice, and a high level of information literacy skills for lifelong learning
Demonstrate specialist judgement in planning and decision making
Evaluate, analyse and theorise about developments that contribute to professional practice or scholarship
|Communication and social skills|
Transmit complex ideas clearly, coherently and effectively
Be self-aware and empathetic in professional practice
Demonstrate an understanding of team dynamics and reflect on ability to be an effective member of a team and/or community of practice.
Practice sensitivity and respect for cultural diversity and the relationship between people, in a range of professional and community contexts
Review and analyse cultural, environmental and economic impacts
You 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, as well as more interactive assessments such as blogs, wikis, online discussion boards and multi-media presentations. You may also be asked to participate in group work as well as individual assignments. The weighting of assessment marks between assignments and examinations varies.
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 online 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.
Graduates of this course will be prepared for a range of positions within the tourism and hotel sectors. These may include management positions, consultancies, policy and advisory positions and research roles.