• Overview
  • Modules
  • Career path
  • Entry requirements

Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management

This course welcomes students into the exciting and diverse hospitality and tourism industry. While providing an understanding of the scope and complexity of the industry, the course covers key hospitality issues, management definitions.

Year One
  • Introduction toTourism Hotel and Travel 
  • Hospitality and Entertainment 
  • Financial Management 
  • Information Systems and Technology 
  • Business Administration 
  • Case Study and Academic Writing
  • Landscape Ecology 
  • Conservation and Protected Area Management 
  • Principles of Marketing 
  • Business Decision Making and Business Law
  • Basic Mathematics and Climatology 
  • Case Study and Academic Writing
Year Two
  • Air Ticketing
  • Travel operations and Activity Management 
  • Organizational Behavior 
  • Business Strategy 
  • Food and Beverage Services
  • Case Study and Academic Writing
  • Energy Sources and Land Use 
  • Natural Resource Economics 
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing Strategies 
  • Human Resource Management 
  • Food Production and Nutrition
  • Case Study and Academic Writing
Year Three
  • Land Use Policy and Laws
  • Research Methods 
  • Accommodation Operations 
  • Hygiene and Health
  • Events and Recreation Facilities Management
  • Case Study and Academic Writing
  • Tour Guiding Techniques
  • Quantitative and Systematic Management 
  • Natural Resource Management 
  • Research Project and Thesis 
  • Project Planning and Logical Cycle Management
  • Management of Change Conflicts

Careers in

  • Restaurants,
  • Hotels,
  • Beverages operations,
  • Casinos,
  • Theme venues,
  • Entertainment centers,
  • Cruise lines, and
  • Countless other hospitality and
  • Tourism business.

Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education
its equivalent with two principle passes obtained at same sitting

Diploma in Tourism and Hotel Management or in related course from recognized institution