Academic Program ยป Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management


Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

 

 

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION:

 ENGLISH

MODE OF STUDY:

 FULL TIME IN VIETNAM

DURATION:

 3.5 years, divided into 10 semesters

DEGREE:

 Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management awarded by Troy University

 

INTRODUCTION

This program applies advanced teaching methods being used in Troy University with adjustments to suit the regulations of Vietnam National University.

Especially, this program conducts teaching, testing, and evaluating by using advanced methods in order to increase self-awareness in learning, self-study and self-research ability; to develop creative thinking; to train practice skill; and to enhance teamwork, research, and information process skill for students; as well as to strengthen the connection between training and science researching, and increase the quality of training in general and teaching in particular.

This program encourages working in teams and participating in case studies, and organizes many sessions to discuss, exchange views, and guide students in researching, writing reports, and presenting big projects.

Besides, during the thesis guiding period, advisors team from both VNU-IS and University of Nantes helps students use modern and advance research methods in order to inspire and create passion for students in scientific research, study, scientific thinking, and creativeness.

FUTURE CAREERS

Graduates in hospitality, sports and tourism management program are eligible to work in domestic and international corporates; tourism companies; governmental tourism organizations, hotels, and restaurants; public organizations; non-governmental organizations in the following positions:

-        Tourism administrators in governmental agencies related to culture and tourism such as Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism in provinces and cities, domestic and international research institutes, tourism related associations, etc.;

-        Operators and managers in tourism corporates, hotels, restaurants, entertainment locations (parks, tourist bases, etc.);

-        Researchers, lecturers, and staffs in research institutes, universities, junior colleges related to tourism;

Staffs in projects related to tourism – entertainment for domestic and international tourism organizations.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The structure of the Hospitality, Sports and Tourism management joint training program with Troy University consists of 6 parts as following:

-        Part 1: English (6 credits);

-        Part 2: Humanities/ Arts (12 credits);

-        Part 3: Mathematics/ Science (11 credits);

-        Part 4: History and Social Science (12 credits);

-        Part 5: Basic subjects (12 credits);

-        Part 6: Core curriculum (30 credits), concentration subjects (21 credits) and minors (18 credits).

The Bachelor in Hospitality, Tourism and Tourism Management joint training program between VNU-IS and Troy University uses the same modules and credits as the original program in Troy University. The content of some module is adjusted/supplemented to be suitable with Vietnamese and regional practice. According to the regulations of Troy University, Sport Management training program has not been organized oversea, so VNU-IS and Troy University came to an agreement about the training of 02 majors: Hospitality Management and Tourism Management. In the concentration, students can choose Hospitality Management (21 credits) or Tourism Management (21 credits). Students will study 07 subjects of the chosen concentration, and then study the minor for the other concentration in the next semester which are Tourism Management (for Hospitality Management concentration – 18 credits) and Hospitality Management (for Tourism Management concentration – 18 credits).

During the program, 12 lecturers from Troy University are expected to directly give lectures for 14 modules. In addition, in order to strengthen the knowledge and skills through experience, students will be required to take the Internship (6 credits).

Detailed program structure as follows:

 

No

Subject Code

Subject Name

No of Credits

Number of hours

Pre-requisite

Lecture

Practice/ Discussion

Self-study

I

Area I

English

6

 

 

 

 

 

ENG 1101

English Composition I*

3

30

15

30

None

 

ENG 1102

English Composition II*

3

30

15

30

ENG 1101

       

 

 

 

 

II

Area II

Humanities/Fine Arts

12

 

 

 

 

 

Literature Requirement

3

 

 

 

 

 

ENG 2205

World Literature before 1660*

3

30

15

30

None

 

Fine Arts Requirement

3

 

 

 

 

 

ART201

History of western art

3

30

15

30

None

 

Humanities/Fine Arts Elective

6

 

 

 

 

 

ENG 2206

World Literature after 1660*

3

30

15

30

ENG 2205

 

INS1030

Visual Art

3

30

15

30

None

       

 

 

 

 

III

Area III

Math/Science

11

 

 

 

 

 

Math Requirement

3

 

 

 

 

 

MAT1092

Advanced Mathematics

3

15

30

90

None

 

Science & Lab Requirement (2 courses)

8

 

 

 

 

 

PHY1091

General Physics

4

15

45

30

None

 

BIO1091

General Biology

4

15

45

30

None

     

 

 

 

 

IV

Area IV

History & Social Science

12

 

 

 

 

 

History Requirement

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIS2006

Modern World History

3

30

15

30

None

 

Social Science Electives

9

 

 

 

 

 

Choose three of the following:

 

 

 

 

 

 

POL140

World Politics

3

30

15

30

None

 

SOC1050

Introduction to Sociology

3

30

15

30

None

 

PSY 1050

Introduction to Psychology

3

30

15

30

None

 

INS1002

Economic Geography and Environment

3

30

15

30

None

 

INS 2029

Business Communication

3

15

30

30

None

 

INE 1051

Macroeconomics

3

30

15

30

None

 

INE 1050

Microeconomics

3

30

15

30

None

     

 

 

 

 

V

Area V

12

 

 

 

 

 

INS 1035

University Orientation

1

3

12

30

None

 

INT 1104

Introduction to Informatics

3

5

40

90

None

 

INS2004

Economic Statistics

3

5

40

90

MAT 1092

 

PES 1002

Physical Education 1 (Swimming)

1

-

15

-

None

 

PES 1003

Physical Education 2 (Fitness/Dancing)

1

-

15

-

None

       

 

 

 

 

 

Advisor Approved Electives

3

 

 

 

 

 

Choose ONE of following:(must be different than Area IV electives )

 

 

 

 

 

 

INS1002

Economic Geography and Environment

3

30

15

30

None

 

INS 2029

Business Communication

3

15

30

30

None

 

INE 1051

Macroeconomics

3

30

15

30

None

 

INE 1050

Microeconomics

3

30

15

30

None

     

 

 

 

 

VI

HSTM Core Curriculum

30

 

 

 

 

 

INS 2101

Leisure in Society

3

30

15

30

None

 

INS 2102

Introduction to Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

3

30

15

30

None

 

INS 3101

Marketing in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 3102

Leadership Principles in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 3103

Revenue Generation in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

&

INS         3101

 

HSTM 4445

Research Methods in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management*

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 4450

Event Management in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management*

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 4499

Seminar in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management*

3

30

15

30

None

 

HSTM 4490

Internship*

6

-

90

90

HSTM 4499

     

 

 

 

 

 

Select ONE concentration area (Hospitality ORTourism):

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION

21

 

 

 

 

 

INS 4101

Hospitality Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4102

Hotel Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 3360

Tourism Management*

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4104

Hospitality Services

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4105

Restaurant Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 4423

Current Issues in Hospitality*

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 4425

Human Resource Management in Hospitality*

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

     

 

 

 

 

 

TOURISM MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION

21

 

 

 

 

 

INS 4110

Festivals and Special Events

3

30

15

30

None

 

HSTM 3360

Tourism Management*

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4112

Hospitality Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4113

Sustainable Tourism

 

3

 

30

 

15

 

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4114

Tourism Impacts and planning

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 4417

Current Issues in Tourism*

3

30

15

30

None

 

HSTM 4419

Tourism Enterprises*

3

30

15

30

None

     

 

 

 

 

 

Select ONE minor (all minors are 18 credit hours)

18

 

 

 

 

 

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT MINOR

18

 

 

 

 

(For Tourism management major)

 

 

 

 

 

INS 4102

Hotel Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4104

Hospitality Services

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4105

Restaurant Management

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 4480

Event management*

3

30

15

30

 

 

HSTM 4425

Human Resource Management in Hospitality*

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 4423

Current Issues in Hospitality*

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

TOURISM MANAGEMENT MINOR

18

 

 

 

 

(For Hospitality management major)

 

 

 

 

 

INS 4110

Festivals and Special Events

3

30

15

30

None

 

INS 4113

Sustainable Tourism

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

INS 4114

Tourism Impacts and planning

3

30

15

30

INS 2102

 

HSTM 4480

Event management*

3

30

15

30

None

 

HSTM 4417

Current Issues in Tourism*

3

30

15

30

None

 

HSTM 4419

Tourism Enterprises*

3

30

15

30

None

Total

122

 

 

 

 

 

 

For admission inquiries, please contact:

Ms.Linh Dang

Email: linhdd@isvnu.vnadmission@isvnu.vn

Hotline: 024. 3555 3555 | 0983 372 988 | 0379 884 488 | 0989 106 633 or inbox directly to VNU – IS fanpage.

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