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 Sample Program

Please note that students do not need to follow the outline below. This is just a recommended course of study.

 

Bachelor of Arts – Tourism Studies

Year 1
Term 1-1 (Fall)
  • Tourism 1000. Introduction to Tourism
  • Business 1000. Introduction to Business
  • Three credit hours in English
  • French 1501
  • Three additional credit hours in a non-Tourism course*+
Term 1-2 (Winter)
  • Tourism 1100. Perspectives in Tourism
  • Three credit hours in English
  • French 1502
  • Six additional credit hours in a non-Tourism course*
Year 2
Term 2-1 (Fall)
  • Tourism 2000. Tourism and Sustainability
  • Economics 2010. Introduction to Microeconomics I
  • Six additional credit hours in non-Tourism courses*
  • Three additional credit hours in a Tourism elective course at the 2000-level
Term 2-2 (Winter)
  • Tourism 2201. Tourism Marketing
  • Economics 2020. Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • Six additional credit hours in non-Tourism courses*
  • Three credit hours from Geography 2220, Psychology 2925, Sociology 3040, Statistics 2500, or Statistics 2550.
Year 3
Term 3-1 (Fall)
  • Tourism 3100. Resource Valuation and Tourism Activity Impact Assessments
  • Twelve additional credit hours in non-Tourism courses*
Term 3-2 (Winter)
  • Tourism 3010. Issues in Ecotourism
  • Tourism 3800. Colloquium in Tourism Management
  • Nine additional credit hours in non-Tourism courses*
Year 4
Term 4-1 (Fall)
  • Tourism 3900. Global Issues and Tourism
  • Tourism 4010. Community and Cultural Issues in Tourism
  • Six additional credit hours in non-Tourism courses*
Term 4-2 (Winter)
  • Tourism 4900-4910. Special Topics (Case Course focusing on application of theories/concepts to modern tourism industry)
  • Tourism 4950. Senior Project in Tourism
  • Six additional credit hours in Tourism electives at the 3000 or 4000 level
  • Six additional credit hours in elective courses*

* When selecting electives, students are reminded that Core Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts at SWGC must be met (i.e., Literacy, Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis, and Breadth of Knowledge Requirements, in addition to Minor or second Major program requirements).

+ Students should also consider any prerequisite courses that may be necessary for the fulfillment of the program’s Statistics requirement.

 

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