HM 111 - Diploma Pengurusan Pelancongan

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Programme Details

This is a three-year programme, designed to provide basic skills and knowledge of the overall tourism industry. Special emphasis is given to the major operations of the traveling business. The faculty is equipped with ABACUS training facilities. Graduates of this programme have a choice of either to start a career in the tourism industry or to pursue a degree programme in a related field or other fields.

Course Outline

The Diploma in Tourism Management programme runs on a six-semester system (the curriculum is as in Table 1B) and covers 110 credit points of required courses and electives. Included in the fifth semester is an 18-week internship at a reputable and established travel bureau, public tourism department or a resort.

Semester 1

  • Economics
  • Business Mathematics
  • Intro. to Hospitality Industry
  • Fundamental of Management
  • Mandarin / Japanese
  • Preparatory English
  • Prinsip-Prinsip Asas Islam
  • Co-Curriculum

Semester 2

  • Principles of Accounting
  • Principles of Tourism
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Customer Service
  • Mandarin / Japanese
  • Mainstream English I
  • Pemikiran dan Tamadun Islam
  • Co-Curriculum

Semester 3

  • Computer Application
  • Travel & Tour Agency Management
  • Meeting, Incentive, Convention & Exhibition
  • Elective I
  • German / French I
  • Mainstream English II
  • Pengurusan Pemakanan dan Pelancongan Islam

Semester 4

  • Transportation
  • Tour Planning & Design
  • Fares & Ticketing
  • Comp. Reservation System
  • Elective II
  • German / French II
  • Occupational English

Semester 5

  • Industrial Training I
  • Industrial Training II

Semester 6

  • Human Resource Management
  • Domestic Tourism
  • Legal Aspects of Travel Industries
  • Hotel Marketing
  • Hospitality Management Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship Studies
  • Elective II

Career Opportunities

The Diploma in Tourism Management prepares students for employment in various areas of tourism and recreational industries including resort hotels, event management establishments, conference and convention centers or working for tour operators or with the public services tourism department.