BCom (Hons) in Tourism is a postgraduate programme that can be taken by commendable students.
The degree involves intensive study, culminating with the completion of a research dissertation. To be admitted, students must have completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree, majoring in the subject or subjects of study proposed, with an average grade of at least B+ for the appropriate 300-level papers. In most cases, specific papers must have been passed as part of or in addition to the major subject requirements in the BCom programme. The Honours programme must be completed in one year of full-time study.
A BCom (Hons) in Tourism contains the following papers and prerequisites:
- TOUR 480 Dissertation
- TOUR 417 Tourism Methodology
- TOUR 423 Advanced Tourism Concepts; and
- Two further 400-level TOUR papers
Prerequisite: TOUR 309 Tourism Research Methods.
Please visit the Bachelor of Commerce Honours webpage for details about the Regulations for the BCom (Hons) in Tourism.
Interested in other Postgraduate studies in Tourism?
Find out about the following postgraduate qualifications in Tourism at Otago:
- Postgraduate Diploma in Commerce in Tourism (PGDipCom in Tourism)
- Master of Tourism (MTourism)