The BCom (Tourism) critically explores multiple and dynamic facets of the international tourism industry.
This innovative major prepares you for a career in tourism and related industries. A BCom (Tourism) explores the effects and ongoing planning and management issues associated with tourism, at destination and business levels, in New Zealand and globally.
The Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Tourism consists of the following papers:
TOUR 101 Introduction to Tourism
TOUR 309 Tourism Research Methods
|Plus||108 further points; must include 54 points at 200-level or above. 90 points may be taken from outside Commerce.||108|
For students who have commenced their studies prior to 2017, please discuss transitional arrangements with the Tourism Course Advising Team.
Study for double major in Tourism
Trying to decide between a major in Tourism and another subject area, but not sure which to choose? You don't have to!
Study for a double major within a Bachelor of Commerce. Popular options include:
- BCom Tourism and Marketing Management
- BCom Tourism and Management
- BCom Tourism and Economics
Or, you can study for a double degree. Popular options include:
- BCom Tourism and BA (e.g. Geography, Sociology, Anthropology, or Languages)
- BCom Tourism and BPhED
- BCom Tourism and DAppSc (e.g. Consumer Food Science or Sport and Exercise Nutrition)
- BCom Tourism and BSc (e.g. Geology, Geography, Human Nutrition or Psychology)
Interested in doing a BCom (Hons) in Tourism?
Please read our Honours programme details, for information on a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) in Tourism.