In Year Three students are exposed to higher analytical skills and knowledge within the management domain, specifically focused on service organisations within hospitality. Subjects such as facility and risk management, financial management, workplace relations, law and business ethics and strategic management provide students in their final year with an opportunity to examine, and be challenged by theories and practices impacting on middle to upper level managers.
Tourism and Hospitality Sales and Promotion
examines practical issues involved in carrying out the
sales and promotion function including marketing plans,
distribution channels, pricing, advertising, public relations,
media, and the roles of various sales tools.
Hospitality and Tourism Financial Management
deals with the use of financial and operating information
for management in planning, control, evaluation and
decision-making through understanding, interpreting and
using management accounting and other financial
Law and Business Ethics for Tourism and
Hospitality introduces the legislative environment for
hospitality operators, their obligations to guests and staff,
as well as a foundation from which to explore ethics and
ethical conduct of hospitality businesses.
Strategic Management for Tourism and Hospitality
Enterprises develops knowledge and understanding
about various theories and practices in strategic
management, applicable to tourism and hospitality
organisations, and draws together strategic issues from
earlier parts of the course.
Workplace Relations for Tourism and Hospitality
exposes students to a range of contemporary issues
impacting upon workplaces, through case studies from
Australia and internationally, building a knowledge base
relevant to practices in hospitality organisations.
Facility and Risk Management for Hospitality
Operations examines how organisations manage hotel
property infrastructure through development, operational
risk processes, asset protection and planning.
Elective students may choose from a range of elective
options, which include Contemporary Tourism Issues,
Conventions, Meeting and Exhibitions Management,
Entrepreneurship for Tourism and Hospitality, Event
Management and Information Systems for Tourism,
Hospitality and Event Management.
At the end of Year Three students will graduate with a
Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management awarded by
Southern Cross University.
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