The Tourism Economics course in the Tourism Studies Program is designed to provide students with an understanding of the economic principles underlying the tourism industry. This course examines how supply and demand work in the context of tourism, the influence of tourism on local and global economies, and how policy and economic issues affect the tourism sector. Students will also learn about the importance of strategic planning and development in tourism resource management. The main goal is to equip students with the economic knowledge necessary to make effective and responsible business decisions in the tourism industry.
The Tourism Research Methods and Report Writing Techniques course in the Tourism Study Program is aimed at equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to conduct research in the tourism sector and write effective research reports. This course includes an introduction to quantitative and qualitative research methods, research design, data collection and analysis, and writing and presenting research results. Students will also learn how to evaluate research and write research reports that are clear, cohesive, and persuasive. The main aim of this course is to help students develop research and writing skills that will be useful in their careers in tourism.
The Global Tourism course in the Tourism Studies Program focuses on understanding and analyzing global trends and issues that affect the tourism industry. This course covers topics such as the growth and development of global tourism, the impact of tourism on the global economy, and the challenges and opportunities faced by the tourism industry in a global context. Students will also learn about the role of various international organizations and entities in tourism. The main objective is to provide students with broad knowledge and understanding of the global environment of the tourism industry and how it influences business operations and strategies in tourism.
The course "Tourism Policy Evaluation" is an integral part of the tourism study program which aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the policy evaluation process in the tourism industry. Through this lecture, students will learn various concepts, methods and tools used to assess the success and impact of policies that have been implemented in tourism development.
This course discusses current issues in the tourism sector with the aim of deepening knowledge, increasing knowledge and experience, as well as a forum for identifying problems and solving solutions.
- Tourism Risk and Crisis Management (3 credits)
- Strategic Decision Making Analysis (3 credits)
- Tourism and Visual Culture (3 credits)
- Tourism Business Creativity & Innovation (3 credits)
- Tourism Sociology and Anthropology (3 credits)
- History and Culture Tourism (3 credits)
- Ecological Tourism (3 credits)
- City and Village Tourism (3 credits)
- Sports Tourism (3 credits)
- Maritime and Archipelago Tourism (3 credits)
- International Hospitality Management (3 credits)
- MICE Management (3 credits)
- Food, Beverage, and Catering Management (3 credits)
- Recreation and Entertainment Business Management (3 credits)
- Tourism Transportation Management (3 credits)
- Travel Bureau Management (3 credits)
- Cargo Management (3 credits)
- Virtual Reality in Tourism (3 credits)
- Introduction to Geographical Information Systems (3 credits)
- Tourism Digital Marketing (3 credits)
- Tourism Data Analysis and Visualization (3 credits)
- Religious, Spiritual and Pilgrimage Tourism (3 credits)