B.Sc Travel and Tourism Management from Chandigarh University

B.Sc Travel and Tourism Management

About the Programme

The 3-year degree with 6 semesters is intended to introduce students to the travel and tourism industry, where they are familiar with tourism goods and how to produce them, market them and eventually sell them after promotion. In this course, Chandigarh University imparts management and planning skills with critical communication skills using distance education. Students may choose professions such as travel agents, hotel managers, or conference, convention, and event planners after completing the degree.

Eligibility

A person with +2 (any stream) from a recognized board is eligible for entry.

Duration

The minimum duration of the course in 3 years. There are 6 semesters.

Specialization

It is a single Distance Education Specialization Program by Chandigarh University. The student must choose a specialty from the three specializations offered at the beginning of the program.

Please note that once chosen, the specialization must not be modified.

  1. Travel Business (Group-A)
  2. Service Marketing (Group-B)
  3. Hospitality Management (Group-C)

Fee Structure for B.Sc Travel and Tourism Management

The total fees for the odd semesters are INR 14700/-. The total fees for even semesters are INR 12200/-. The academic fees are INR 8950/- for both semesters. Registration fees are required for only odd semesters. The registration fees are INR 2500/-. Exam fees are required for all semesters and are INR 2000/-. The SLM Hard copy Charges are optional. The price of it is INR 1250/-.

Subject List for B.Sc Travel and Tourism Management

There are 5 subjects in all the semesters except for the last one. The sixth semester has 3 subjects

The list of subjects for the first semester is:

  • Introduction to Tourism Industry 
  • Managing Transport Operations 
  • Tourism Resources of India
  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Communication Skills

The list of subjects for the second semester is as:

  • Emerging International Tourist Destinations
  • Tourism Economics
  • Geography for Tourism
  • Tourism Products: Asia, Australia & Africa
  • Indian Tourism Destinations

The list of subjects for the third semester is as:

  • Travel Agency Management and Tour Operations
  • Environment, Waste and Disaster Management 
  • Tourism Marketing
  • Tourism Products: Europe & America 
  •  Elective-1 Group (A/B/C)

The list of subjects for the fourth semester is as:

  • Tourism Policy & Planning
  • Automation in Aviation and Tourism
  • Eco & Community Based Tourism
  • Travel Documentation and Formalities
  • Elective-2 Group (A/B/C)

The list of subjects for the fifth semester is as:

  • Gender Equality and Women Empowerment
  • Tour Guiding and Interpretation Skills
  • Retail Management 
  • Human Resource Management 
  • Elective-3 Group (A/B/C)

The list of subjects for the sixth semester is as:

  • Industrial Training (IT) 20 Weeks
  • Sustainable Tourism Planning and Development
  • Research Methodology

The specialization/elective courses are:

  • Tour Packaging
  • Adventure & Wellness Tourism
  • Tourism Entrepreneurship Service Marketing
  •  Digital Marketing
  • Destination Marketing
  • B2B Marketing Hospitality Management
  • Introduction to Hospitality Management
  • Food and Beverage Service
  • Loss and Prevention in Hospitality Management

The student must choose a specialty from the three specializations offered at the beginning of the program.

Please note that once chosen, the specialization must not be modified.

 

Program Eligibility

A person with +2 (any stream) from a recognized board is eligible for entry.