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Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)

Undergraduate | TAS-BTM-DEG | 2024

Use your love of travel for a high flying career

Gain a broad knowledge of the tourism industry, as well as specialised skills to lead and manage tourism organisations. Enjoy valuable industry experience and exposure to some of Tasmania’s top business minds. Get an entrepreneurial edge.  

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7 July 2024,
1 Sept 2024
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3 years full time or part time equivalent
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Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)

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Career opportunities

Our business course gives you both job-specific and transferrable skills to set you up for long-term success. We embed the principals of leadership, teamwork, and entrepreneurship and innovation. We teach you critical thinking, strategic analysis, and evidence-based decision making, so you can adapt as the job market evolves.

As a Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) graduate, you will have access to a diverse range of high growth career opportunities such as: 

• Tourism management

• Tourism Development

• Hospitality

• Agritourism

• Marketing and events

Professional recognition

The Tasmanian School of Business and Economics (TSBE) at the University of Tasmania has been accredited by AACSB International, the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. AACSB is the world’s leading accreditation program for post-secondary business schools, with only 5 per cent currently accredited.

Career outlook

Advertising, Public Relations and Sales Managers:
Over $120K
Tourism and Travel Advisers:
Below $60K
Travel Consultants:
$75K to $93K

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