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35 BSc Programs in Tourism and Hospitality Tourism Tourism Management 2024



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  • Tourism and Hospitality
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  • Tourism Management
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BSc Programs in Tourism and Hospitality Tourism Tourism Management

The Bachelor of Science, or BSc, is one of two most popular bachelor’s degree distinctions, the other being the Bachelor of Arts. Most Bachelor of Science programs take about four years to effectively complete, after which some graduates immediately establish careers while others choose to work toward a master’s degree in a similar field.

Just what is a BSc in Tourism Management? This comprehensive course of study involves close review and development of the skills necessary for success in tourism and hospitality-related management positions. Students will develop strong knowledge of the tourism and hospitality industry and will hone their leadership, management, entrepreneurial, marketing and human resources skills. Many Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management programs require in-the-field experience and internships, although there is some variation from one program to the next.

Most BSc holders find that they have an easier time finding gainful employment than they did prior to securing the undergraduate degree. Earning potential also frequently increases along with one’s level of education.

Tuition costs for tourism management bachelor’s degree programs fluctuate considerably due to factors like the prestige of the school offering the program and where the school is located. Because of the variation in tuition rates, prospective students should check with the admissions office of each school of interest for accurate enrollment information.

Successful graduates of Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management programs are prepared for a variety of rewarding positions around the world. Many graduates work as restaurant, hotel or resort managers. Employment can also be found within casinos, golf courses, convention and visitor’s bureaus, or other tourism agencies. Graduates can also work as travel agents or find similar roles within the private sector, or decide to return to college to pursue a more advanced academic degree.

Students interested in hearing more about the educational opportunities available for those seeking careers in tourism and hospitality can explore our broad database of bachelor’s degree programs. If you are in need of a flexible schedule, online options may be available for your convenience. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.