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Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management in the Philippines


 

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSTM) is a four-year degree program in the Philippines that will train you in developing and implementing tourism campaigns, organizing and managing events, and following policies and standards related to investments, business regulations, procurement, and other miscellaneous procedures.

Some examples of courses that you may take while enrolled in this program include:

  • Principles of Safety, Hygiene and Sanitation
  • Principles of Tourism
  • Culinary Arts and Sciences
  • Business Computer
  • Total Quality Management
  • Philippine Tourism
  • World Tourism
  • Principles of Management
  • Tourism Planning and Development
  • Human Behavior in Organization
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Planning
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Basic Finance
  • Tourism Marketing
  • Business Communication
  • Ecotourism
  • Management Information System
  • Philippine History, Government and Constitution
  • Tourism Research Methods and Techniques
  • Tourism Impacts and Sustainability
  • Basic Economics
  • Events Management

Aside from taking the courses mentioned above, you may also undergo a minimum of 360 hours of On-the-Job training at tourism agencies, resorts, airports, and other companies or organizations involved in the tourism industry.

 

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CAREERS

Qualified graduates of Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management can find employment as any of the following:

  • Travel account representative
  • Tour Coordinator
  • Local Tourism Officer
  • Airline flight attendant
  • Tour Escort
  • Staff of the Department of Tourism and other tourism-oriented institutions

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The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSTM) is a four-year degree program in the Philippines that will train you in developing and implementing tourism campaigns, organizing and managing events, and following policies and standards related to investments, business regulations, procurement, and other miscellaneous procedures. Some examples of courses that you may take while enrolled in this program include: Principles of Safety, Hygiene and Sanitation Principles of Tourism Culinary Arts and Sciences Business Computer Total Quality Management Philippine Tourism World Tourism Principles of Management Tourism Planning and Development Human Behavior in Organization Entrepreneurship and Business Planning Principles of Marketing Basic Finance Tourism Marketing Business Communication Ecotourism Management Information System Philippine History, Government and Constitution Tourism Research Methods and Techniques Tourism Impacts …


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  1. Kisha Joyce De Dios says:

    Hi po. I’m a 4thyear student. Di ko pa po alam kung ano kukunin kong course. Kasi po nag dadalawang isip po ako sa tourism. Ask ko lang po kung makatapos po ako ng BSTM magiging isang turista lang po ba ko? And sabi denpo kasi ng teacher ko dati ang tourism and HRM daw po ay para sa mga mahihina ang utak lang?

  2. Maria Elena Hipolito says:

    Hello please answer this
    Talaga po bang kailangan matangkad at maganda,??? I have problem about my teeth so I’m gonna get braces for good sabi ng Friends ko dapat po maganda ang ngipin, totoo po ba yon? Kahit alam kong may skill naman ako

  3. Prince Raeven Luay says:

    Added information lang: sa kahit anong course ng PUP ay P12 lang per Unit and as far as I know walang maintaining grades ang Tourism. Hindi po ganun kahigpit sa requirements kaya po ako nakapasok xD (2nd year tourism student na po ako sa PUP) hehe.

  4. good pm po anu po requirements pag grad na ng vocational tpos mag aaral ulit.gusto ko po ksi mag aral

  5. hi po:) Ask kulang po itong Curriculum list for BS Tourism Management is only for a major subject right? do you have a minor curriculum list for Tourism Management? and i ask lng po na grad. po ako ng associate of HRM then kung mag transfer po ako dito s pup, meron po bang maintaining ng grades na dpat po ba no lower than 2.0? meron po kasi akong planned to enroll this coming 2nd semester.

    • Hi, Pathrick!

      Nope. It includes both minor and major subjects.
      You can get a copy of the curriculum from the CHED website; however, it only contains the list of the recommended subjects — not necessarily the actual subjects that the school you’ll be enrolling at will require you to take — so it’s best if you’ll ask the school directly.

      We’re not really sure about the “maintaining grades” part, so we suggest you ask PUP directly so they can give you a more accurate and detailed reply.

      :)

  6. hello i just want to ask kung kailan po pwede mag exam this year ?

  7. Shainna Soriano says:

    Excuse me, I just want to ask what are the requirements of this course for the students.

    • Hi, Shainna!

      Requirements vary per school, so it’s best if you’ll contact the school you wish to enroll at so they can give you a more accurate and detailed reply.
      :)

  8. Sa Batangas state university po

  9. Hello po! :-)
    Magkano po tuition fee ng bstm?

  10. Nikki Antinero says:

    Hi, im wondering if height and looks really matter when it comes to taking BSTM, my height is 5’0 and i hope im qualified taking BSTM.

    • Hi, Nikki!

      That would depend on which particular job you intend to pursue after you graduate. As far as we know, employers that are looking for tourism officers and tour escorts are not very particular with height and appearance as long as you have the skills and qualifications. Flight attendants, however, are required to meet specific height requirements and possess certain physical attributes.
      :)

  11. Nikki Antinero says:

    Hello, i wondering if height and looks matters when it comes taking BSTM, my height is 5’0 and i hope im still qualified to that course.

  12. Ysabella Dee Shin says:

    May I ask, What are the qualifications an individual must carry in order to pursue this course, BSTM?
    And also, are there many job opportunities that would await me if I took this course?
    I’m currently in senior high and I am interested to pursue course, but carries the fact that Im still quite not sure, Thats why I visited your site to get an answer to my questions. Thank you in advance. :)

  13. MAGKANO ANG TUITION NG BSTM NG UP?

  14. panu po maq inquire senyo ?
    kelan po yunq entrance exam for incominq freshman ? for next school year ?

  15. at magkano din po pag nag entrance exam magkano po ba. . hundred plus po ba to , , ,………

  16. helow po,,,magkano po ba ang tuition fee dto sa pup sta mesa at kelan po pwede mag entrance exam,,,..

    thank you po

  17. papaano po ba mag-inquire sa school na po ito ? at magkano po ba ang tuition fee dito , umaabot po ba sa magkano ?

    • Hi, Terence!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      Just click the name of the school you want to enroll at and you’ll find more information about their contact information as well as their examination and admission requirements. We don’t have available information about their tuition fees, though, so it’s best if you’ll ask their official representatives for details.

      Good luck! :)