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Course Objectives

This Adelaide BBA in Tourism and Hospitality Management with a major project on Casino Management will gear you towards world-class managers and executives with a touch of the renowned hospitality from the Southern hemisphere. The Tourism and Hospitality BBA is a quality course, built on a strong theoretical base with high workplace relevance, and provides participants with the opportunity to develop the critical skills necessary to become effective managers and executives in the tourism, hospitality and casino arenas. The course has been designed to produce graduates with:

• Knowledge of underlying principles and concepts of management in the tourism, hospitality and casino arenas with an emphasis on application;

• Specific problem solving skills to deal with contemporary and emerging business issues;

• The ability to apply the knowledge and techniques learnt to business situations;

• Essential leadership skills for success in project and managerial positions.

Course Content * Information and Communication,

* People,

* Finance,

* Tourism and Hospitality Management Perspectives,

* Marketing Principles and Practice,

* Leadership Issues,

* Operations for Tourism and Hospitality,

* Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality,

* Strategic Management Principles and Practice,

* Business Ethics and Social Responsibility,

* Project Management,

* Electronic Commerce,

* Small Business Management,

* Entrepreneurship,

* Professional Meetings and Event Co-ordination,

* Casino Management Project
Duration 24 months
Course Fee SD$ 20,000
Admission Criteria

For admission into Year 1, applicants normally have:
At least 2 GCE ‘A’ levels – D grades minimum; or A Diploma from a recognised Polytechnic (or equivalent); or A Diploma from ERC Institute recognised by TIA.
Applicants satisfying this criteria may be eligible for up to a maximum of four credit exemptions for the TIA BBA; and

Adequate proficiency in English which can be demonstrated by:
minimum 525 on the TOEFL; 5.5 on the IELTS; a credit in English in the GCE ‘O’ or ‘A’ levels or equivalent; any other evidence of proficiency in English acceptable to the TIA’s Registrar. If an applicant does not meet the mentioned English requirements, that applicant is required to pass an Admission Test set by TIA. ERC Institute also offers English language courses.
Up to a maximum of 9 module exemptions are available for applicants. They would normally have: Diploma in any business discipline (or equivalent)

Intakes Jan, April, July, Nov