The following are possible areas of employment for the Bachelor of Commerce Tourism and Hospitality Management graduates; Hotel Operations, Tour and Travel Agency, Lodge Management, Services Marketing, National Parks, Museums, Car Hire Companies, Airlines, Destination Marketing, Safari Operations, Conference Management, Civil Aviation, Environmental Organisations and the academic world.
To qualify for normal entry into the Bachelor of Commerce Tourism and Hospitality Management degree programme, a candidate, in addition to satisfying the minimum requirements as prescribed under the General Regulations and the Faculty Regulations for English and Mathematics at `O’ Level, must have obtained at least two passes at `A’ level from the following subjects: Mathematics, Accounting, Economics, Management of Business, Geography, Food Science and Computer Science
Candidates who have successfully completed Higher National Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality or have obtained equivalent qualifications may apply for direct entry into Level 2 of the degree programme.
- Candidates admitted under regulation 3.2 above will normally be exempted from Level I on a module-by module basis.
- No candidate may complete the degree in less than three academic levels.
- Successful completion of Work Related Learning component at Level III is compulsory for all students
Refer to Section 3.3 of the General Regulations.
To qualify for the visiting school programme, a candidate in addition to satisfying the minimum requirements as prescribed under the general and faculty regulations for English and Maths at `O’ Level, must have the following:
- At least 2 `A’ Level passes in MOB and any other commercial subjects OR
- A National Diploma in Travelling and Tourism or equivalent relevant qualification OR
- Proof of employment in a Tourism or hospitality organisation
- General provisions for the four year degree programme apply except for work related learning which runs concurrently with the second level of studies
- The programme is three years long