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BBA (Hons) In Tourism Management

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The Bachelor of business Administration (Hons) programme is designed to equip students with necessary theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of Business Administration while at the same time focusing on Tourism Management required in order to either gain meaningful employment at a supervisory or management level in industry or to continue their studies at a post-graduate level in a related field.

A broad understanding of key business and tourism administration concepts helps students to develop the intellectual skills which are needed to cope with today’s complex and dynamic business and tourism environment. An optimum blend of theory, practice and industrial training is offered, with a combination of subjects equipping students with the soft skills for working in all walks of life, and the hard skills directed at areas such as Tourism operations, Tourism policy studies, and Tourist destination management. In addition, the programme integrates the development of professional skills, values and ethics to enable graduates to function as competent professionals with integrity throughout their careers.

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Detailed entry requirements


Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) with minimum 2 credits (NGMP 2.0) for two subjects


Unified Exam Certificate (UEC) with Grade B in 5 subjects


Matriculation/ Foundation programmes from any IPTA/IPTS with CGPA 2.0


Diploma in related field from polytechnics or any recognized educational institutions with CGPA 2.0

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