Management in tourism

Type: Normative

Department: tourism




SemesterAmount of hoursLecturerGroup(s)
548Mandiuk N.GRT-31s, GRT-32s
632Mandiuk N.GRT-31s, GRT-32s


SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
548GRT-31sMandiuk N.
GRT-32sMandiuk N.
632GRT-31sMandiuk N.
GRT-32sMandiuk N.

Course description

The discipline “Management in Tourism” is a normative discipline for students majoring in 242 “Tourism”, a bachelor’s degree program. It is taught in 5th and 6th semesters in the amount of 5 credits (according to the European Credit Transfer System ECTS).

The curriculum of the course provides consideration of the basic concepts of management, features of management and tourism business.
The course provides an overview of the basics and principles of management, methods and functions of management in tourism.

After completing this course the student will be able to: carry out current and strategic planning, develop organizational management structures and build a management system in the tourism company, use staff motivation tools, and conduct effective control.

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