- Western Sydney University Major Code: 0161
Previous Code: M1105.1
Available to students in other Western Sydney University Programs: Yes. Check that your program has the available credit points required to complete the subjects in this field of study. Any requisite requirements must also be met. Consult your Program Advisor for further advice.
The Tourism major introduces contemporary tourism issues and provides an in-depth understanding of tourism as a social phenomenon in a highly mobile world. Successful tourism planning and management relies on a full appreciation of the context in which it is operating. This suite of subjects enables a critical examination of the relationship between tourism and the assets which underpin it - the heritage of places - natural, social and cultural. It is these attributes which provide much of the incentive and attractions for travel, and which provide the business of tourism. Graduates with a tourism major can contemplate careers within a diverse range of government, non-government organization and businesses that require understanding, insight and skills related to tourism policy, planning and management.
|Parramatta Campus - Victoria Road||Internal||Assoc Prof Awais Piracha|
Students must complete 80 credit points as follows
|Spring session||Credit Points|
|HUMN 2057||Tourism in Society||10|
|TOUR 1002||Tourism and Global Trends||10|
|SPRT 2011||Sustainability, Tourism and Place||10|
|TOUR 2001||Issues in Contemporary Heritage||10|
|CULT 3016||Indigenous Cultures: A Global Perspective||10|
|BUSM 3073||Tourism Policy and Planning||10|
|CULT 3015||Heritage and Tourism||10|
|BUSM 3065||Special Event Management||10|
|Total Credit Points||80|
The subject listed below counts towards completion of this Major for students who passed this subject in 2017 or earlier.
BUSM 3067 - Sport and Hospitality Event Management, replaced by BUSM 3065 Special Event Management