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Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality)

The BBA (Hospitality) is delivered jointly by the University of Wollongong and the Illawarra Institute of TAFE. Upon completion, students receive a BBA degree from the University of Wollongong and a Diploma in Hospitality from TAFE. The program offers broad and comprehensive preparation for students wishing to pursue a management career in the hospitality industry.

Entry Requirements/Assumed Knowledge

Students ned to be 18 years of age by 1 April in their first year of TAFE enrolment. Assumed knowledge is any two units of English. Entry is open to students who have gained a UAI or equivalent at a level determined by UOW for this calendar year. Entry for 2004 was a UAI of 81.

Applications are also accepted from students who have successfully completed a recognised TAFE qualification or course of study from an accredited institution.

Advanced Standing
The Faculty offers advanced standing (credit exemption) to students who have successfully completed relevant courses at accredited universities and colleges. Refer to www.uow.edu.au/handbook/generalcourserules/UOW028672.html

Course Requirements

This course isoffered in conjunction and concurrently with the TAFE Diploma in Hospitality Management. The Hospitality Management component will be delivered by TAFE and result in the award of a Diploma in Hospitality Management.

  1. To qualify for the award of Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality) a candidate shall accrue an aggregate of at least 144 credit points by satisfactory completion of subjects listed in the program of study.
  2. A maximum of 72 credit points of 100-level subjects can be undertaken as part of the Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality) Degree.
  3. Students should note that a Pass Conceded, Pass Terminating or Pass Restricted grade at 300-level in any required subject within the program of study for the Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality), does not satisfy the degree requirements.
  4. Cross articulation may occur between the TAFE Diploma in Hospitality Management and the University of Wollongong Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality) provided these courses are completed concurrently.
  5. Should the Diploma in Hospitality Management be completed prior to enrolling in the BBA the standard articulation agreement will apply.
  6. All admission applications must be completed on an Undergraduate Course Application Form.

Course Program

Subjects   Credit Points

ACCY100

Accounting IA

6

ACCY102

Accounting IB

6

COMM121

Quantitative Methods I

6

ECON101

Macroeconomic Essentials for Business

6

ECON111

Introductory Microeconomics

6

ACCY211

Management Accounting II

6

FIN221

Business Finance I

6

MARK217

Consumer Behaviour

6

MARK270

Services Marketing

6

MGMT314

Strategic Management

6

MARK344

Marketing Strategy

6

PLUS
one of each of the following pairs of subjects. Note that in some locations only one subject from each pair may be offered.

BUSS211
OR
ECON230

Requirements Determinations and Systems Analysis

Quantitative Analsis for Decision Making

6

6

     

FIN226
OR
FIN227

Financial Institutions

Finance in Small Business

6

6

     

BUSS308
OR
ECON309

Computer Systems Management

Environmental Economics

6

6

     

MGMT348
OR
MGMT389

Employers and Industrial Relations

International Business Management

6

6

Plus those subjects for which credit is granted for the TAFE Diploma in Hospitality Managment.

Other Information

For additional information contact commerce@uow.edu.au

 
 
 

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