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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT)

TOP-UP
TTHTI offers a Top-Up Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management (THM) in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Business (AIB). Top-Up means that you enter with TTHTIs Associate Degree and graduate with BBA specialising in Tourism and Hospitality Management. Whether you are looking to start a business, get a job, increase your salary, change your career path, or just get qualified the Fast-Track BBA Top-Up, while you work, will get you there sooner. This programme was created by academic and business leaders to flex around your work and personal needs. The Fast-Track BBA Top-Up will complement your life, not complicate it. The monthly learning model allows you to accelerate your learning by focusing on one subject every month before moving onto the next. And if something comes up at work or home, you can always defer a subject or two. Fast-Track BBA Top-Up Snapshot ACCELERATED One of the Fastest BBA Top-Ups in Trinidad and Tobago. ACCREDITED - Fully accredited within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) and ACTTrecognised. PRACTICAL -Work-applied learning approach. ACCESSIBLE - Enrol based on management experience alone or previous study. FLEXIBLE - 2 intakes per year. GLOBAL AIBs BBA and MBA are delivered at more than 15 locations in 10 countries. CONVENIENT - Weekend workshops rather than week-day lectures. NETWORKING - Build contacts with executives locally, nationally and internationally. ACHIEVABLE - Practical exam and take-home assignment. AFFORDABLE - Low course fees and GATE-funded. For additional information contact Ruth Edwards at redwards@tthti.edu.tt
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CURRICULUM 2013/14
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT) A.A.S. Tourism Management/Hospitality Management/Sport Tourism Management Stream
Core Subjects and Projects Organisational Behaviour Operations 1 Strategic Management Principles & Practice Business Ethics & Social Responsibility Marketing Principles & Practice Integrated Project 1 Integrated Project 2 Elective and Specialisation Subjects Leadership Issues Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality Professional Meetings and Event Coordination E-Commerce Operations 2 Tourism and Hospitality Management Perspectives Project Management Exemptions Introduction to Accounting Business Economics Entrepreneurship 1 Unspecified Electives TOTAL CREDIT POINTS Credit Points 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 70 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 100 10 10 10 70 240 Total Credit Points 70

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CURRICULUM 2013/14
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT) A.A.S. Food and Beverage Management Stream
Core Subjects and Projects Organisational Behaviour Operations 1 Strategic Management Principles & Practice Business Ethics & Social Responsibility Marketing Principles & Practice Integrated Project 1 Integrated Project 2 Elective and Specialisation Subjects Project Management Creativity and Innovation Leadership Issues Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality Professional Meetings and Event Coordination E-Commerce Operations 2 Tourism and Hospitality Management Perspectives Exemptions Introduction to Accounting Business Economics Entrepreneurship 1 Unspecified Electives TOTAL CREDIT POINTS Credit Points 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 80 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 90 10 10 10 60 240 Total Credit Points 70

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CURRICULUM 2013/14
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT) A.A.S. Culinary Management Stream
Core Subjects and Projects Organisational Behaviour Operations 1 Strategic Management Principles & Practice Business Ethics & Social Responsibility Marketing Principles & Practice Integrated Project 1 Integrated Project 2 Elective and Specialisation Subjects Leadership Issues Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality Project Management Operations 2 Managing Diversity E-Commerce Creativity and Innovation Tourism and Hospitality Management Perspectives Professional Meetings & Event Coordination Exemptions Introduction to Accounting Business Economics Entrepreneurship 1 Unspecified Electives Total Credit Points Credit Points 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 90 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 80 10 10 10 50 240 Total Credit Points 70

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