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Southern Cross University (SCU)

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Bachelor of Business in Tourism and Hospitality Management with Honours

  • Bachelor (Honours)

One in every 13 Australians is employed in the ever-growing tourism industry. It's an industry that contributes $55.3 billion to the Australian economy each year.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor (Honours)
Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Course Code
3507027, 072963G, 072963G, 072963G
Study Mode
In person
International Fees
$26,800 per year / $26,800 total

About this course

One in every 13 Australians is employed in the ever-growing tourism industry. It's an industry that contributes $55.3 billion to the Australian economy each year.

Southern Cross University recognises and contributes to this success, complementing its tourism and hospitality-related degrees through strategic partnerships with the Hotel School Sydney and the Hotel School Melbourne.

If you're intrigued by an aspect of tourism or hospitality, this Honours degree enables specialist understanding in your discipline while also building your competence as a researcher.

With the supervision of our experts, you'll be equipped for the academic rigour that such research requires, and you'll build a bridge to further study at masters or doctorate level.

Career opportunities are found within research and policy-based organisations such as state and local government, market research companies, private and/or public policy businesses, and collaborative consultancy.

Interested applicants need to contact the University to discuss their eligibility and to find a suitable honours supervisor for their proposed honours topic prior to lodging their application.

Study locations

Gold Coast

Lismore

Coffs Harbour

What you will learn

An Honours year allows students to enhance their self-management skills, and provide in-depth research into a topic interest.

Career pathways

Positions in a wide range of research, policy-based organisations including state and local government tourist offices, market research companies, private and/or public policy businesses, and collaborative consultancy.

Course structure

To be awarded the Bachelor of Business in Tourism and Hospitality Management with Honours, students must complete 4 units (96 credit points) comprising:

  1. SC183011 Scientific Research, Context, Perspective and Method OR COM40015 Research Methods for Arts and Social Sciences
  2. BUS40004 Research Thesis (1 of 3)
  3. BUS40005 Research Thesis (2 of 3)
  4. BUS40006 Research Thesis (3 of 3)

Class of Honours

A candidate may be awarded Honours with one of the following merit descriptors:

  1. First Class Honours;
  2. Second Class Honours which may be graded into Division 1 or Division 2; or
  3. Third Class Honours