International Admission: Bachelor (Degree), Master (Degree)
The Department of Tourism is committed to solid research, meaningful teaching, quality laboratory practice, hospitality and supervised industry work experiences. Students choose from a variety of courses and are constantly challenged to exhibit skills in the areas of care, critical thinking, articulation, multilingualism, technology, independent projects and problem-solving.
Internships mapped out by the department that blend the best of learning in class with industry afford students with unique opportunities to study, interact with industry professionals and experience cutting-edge management concepts. A variety of hotels, resorts, travel and recreational agencies provide the internships during summer vacations.
Undergraduates are expected to declare one of the following four tracks as a major during their junior year: 1.) Tourism/Recreation Resource Planning and Management; 2.) Travel Industry Management; 3.) Hotel and Restaurant Management and 4.) Tourism Information System Development. All students are required to take various English courses each semester.