Faculty of Business Administration and Tourism has the following departments:
Department of Business Administration
The Department of Business Administration offers eight majors: business administration (BUS), management, Human Resource Management, marketing (MKT) and a combined major in business and economics. Learn more on the Business Program Overview page.
Department of Accounting and Finance
This module gives a comprehensive introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of Accounting and Finance.Financial Accounting, Managerial Finance, Financial Statement Analysis and Business Environment are the main elements covered by the module.Another important element of this module is exposure to the business and financial environment within which the discipline of Accounting and Finance operates, using real-world financial data for actual companies.Concepts, techniques and interpretive skills are developed relating to the external financial reporting of companies and their relationship to the stock market, and to the use of accounting information for internal management purposes.
Department of Tourism Management
The Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM) programme aims at producing highly, but broadly inter-disciplinary oriented professionals in aspects of tourism planning, development and management; tourism promotion and marketing and; also, sensitized to the variety of the natural and cultural habitats of the world, the basis of tourism activities. After completion of the training, the BTM graduates should be equipped with competencies (knowledge, skills and attitudes) in planning, development and management of tourism and recreation resources in ways that enhance sustainability. The overall goal of the BTM programme is to provide students with knowledge, skills and appropriate attitudes in tourism management in order to enable them to effectively participate in the development of tourism as an academic discipline and to improve the standards of management in the tourism industry, and also to enhance the cultural and environmental aspects in the promotion of domestic and international tourism on a sustainable basis.