Travel and Tourism Management
BBA (Travel and Tourism Management)

Duration (years): 4 years MPA

Profile of the Program:

The degree program sets out to provide the student with the necessary tools and competencies to add value to any hospitality organization. The variety and scope of the courses offered provide a sound grounding for entry-level supervisory/managerial personnel.

Objectives

The Bachelor of Business Administration (Travel and Tourism Management) is a Four years’ full time semester system course designed to produce professional human resource for the dynamically growing travel and tourism sector of national and international scenario. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to handle international tourist service operations including, handling, managing and planning tour, trek and rafting programs; domestic and international air ticketing; appreciate tourism development planning; implement sustainable tourism management policies; and be able to purser further advanced course in travel and tourism management.

On completion of the program the student should be able to:

  1. Collect and analyze data for the purpose of resolving issues directly related to the Tourism and hospitality industry;
  2. Develop ‘soft skills’;
  3. Effectively and confidently interact within an organization;
  4. Problem solve both individually and in teams 
  5. Effectively use resources in order to ‘learn how to learn

The Travel and Tourism Management Program combines academic and vocational orientation on an equal basis as the students are closely involved with hands on experience through their internship and academic studies. This involves practical operational courses i.e. Travel & Tour Agency, Rafting Agency, Airlines Ticketing and Reservation, Event Management, Air Cargo Industry, Airport Management, Ground handling, Tourism related Organization,  Housekeeping, Managerial and Academic development courses i.e. Career Planning & Advancement, and Service Quality Management alongside a strategic appreciation of industry factors such as Environmental Management for Tourism and Hospitality Cultural Geography and Tourism & Hospitality Law.

Career Prospects: 

Our graduates are able to attain gainful employment in a variety of industry sectors, both locally and abroad via ‘fast-track’ industry management trainee program. In fact, many of our students are currently employed in supervisory roles while pursuing their degree. In addition, our graduates are to be found both at home and abroad pursuing postgraduate degrees. Some of the areas of employment are:

  1. Travel and Tour Agency 
  2. Rafting Company/Agency 
  3. trekking Agency 
  4. Mountaineers’ Tour Agency 
  5. Event Company 
  6. Airlines Company 
  7. Transport Industry 
  8. Event Planner
  9. Self-employed

Course Structure/Cycle

First Year ----------------- First Semester

S.N.

Subjects

Subject
 Code

Credit
Hr

Status

Remark

    1

Tourism  English

ENG

3

Th. 

None

2

Business Economics

ECO

3

Th

None

3

Introduction to Travel &Tourism Management

TTOM

3

Th+Pr 

None

4

Geography for Tourism Business

TTOM

3

Th+Pr 

None

5

Computer Application in Tourism

TTOM

3

Th + Pr 

None

6

Tour Package Planning and Management

TTOM

3

 Th  +Pr

None

 

Total

 

18

 

First Year ------------- Second Semester

S.N

Proposed Subjects

Subject Code

Credit
Hr

Status

Remark

7

Business Communication

BCOM

3

Th

 

8

Introduction to  Management

MGT

3

Th

 

9

Tourism Economics

ECO

3

Th

 

10

Airline Business Management

TTOM

3

Th+Pr 

 

11

Airport Management

TTOM

3

Th+Pr

 

12

Statistics and Tourism Measurement

TTOM

3

Th

 

13

Internship-I (one Months)

INTP

2

 

 

 

Total

 

20

 

Second Year ------------ Third Semester

S.N

Subjects

Subject Code

Credit
Hr

Status

Pre Requisite

14

Tourism French Language

HREN

3

Th

 

15

HRM for Tourism and Hospitality Industry

MGMT

3

Th

 

16

Accounting for Tourism and Hospitality Industry

MGMT

3

Th

 

17

Airline Ticketing and Reservation

TTOM

3

Th+Pr

 

18

Air Cargo Management

TTOM

3

Th+Pr

 

19

Travel Service Operation Management

TTOM

3

Th

 

 

Total

 

20

 

 

Second Year -------------- Fourth Semester

S.No

Subjects

Subject Code

Credit
Hr

Status

Pre Requisite

20

Revenue Management

MGMT

3

Th

 

21

Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality Industry

MGMT

3

Th

 

22

Ecotourism

TTOM

3

Th

 

23

Wellness and Health Tourism

TTOM

3

Th 

 

24

Environment Impact and Tourism

TTOM

3

Th

 

25

Tourism Resource

TTOM

3

Th  

 

26

Internship II (Two Months)

INTP

2

Pr

 

 

Total

 

20

 

Third Year ---------------- Fifth Semester

S.No

Subjects

Subject Code

Credit
Hr

Status

Pre Requisite

27

Cultural and Heritage Tourism

TTOM

3

Th

 

28

Organization Behavior

MGMT

3

Th

 

29

Event Management

MGMT

3

Th

 

30

Sustainable Tourism Development

TTOM

3

Th 

 

31

Tourism Planning, Policies and Trends

TTOM

3

Th

 

32

Seminar on Issues on Tourism Industry

SEMI

2

Th  +Pr

 

 

Total

 

17

 

Third Year ---------------- Sixth Semester

S.No

Subjects

Subject Code

Credit
Hr

Status

Remark

33

Research Methodology  

MGMT

3

Th

 

34

Entrepreneurship

MGMT

3

Th

 

35

Hospitality and Tourism Law

TTOM

3

Th.

 

36

Tourism  Training and Development

TTOM

3

Th 

 

37

In-flight Passenger Service Management

TTOM

3

Th

 

 

Total

 

15

 

Fourth Year ---------------- Seventh/Eighth Semester

S.No

Subjects

Subject Code

Credit
Hr

Status

Pre Requisite

25

Industrial Training/ Internship

INTPs

12

Pr  

I/II/III/IV Sem

26

Internship Report

INRT

6

Th 

I/II/III/IV Sem

 

Total

 

18

 

 

 

Grand Total

 

128

 

 

Th: Theory
Pr: Practical

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