Tourism and Hospitality Management Bachelor of Science Degree
Apply your Tourism and Hospitality managerial skills to help transform the Tourism and Hospitality sector.
SGU’s bachelor’s degree in Tourism and Hospitality can help you advance into leadership roles by giving you advance knowledge, training and skills in the tourism and hospitality industry. You can complete your bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality management degree right at our beautiful True Blue Campus in St. George’s, Grenada.
Begin your Tourism and Hospitality degree at SGU starting with courses in Management and advancing to Tourism and Hospitality courses emphasizing theories and concepts. You will learn about global and emerging trends in the Tourism and Hospitality industry through research projects. Practical training will occur at the entry and management level through industry internship programs, field trips, and day release training at various Tourism and Hospitality organizations. The skills you gain at St. George’s will help prepare you to be a leader, entrepreneur, and manager in the Tourism and Hospitality industry and to be able to work in that industry anywhere in the world.
Major Core Requirements for the Tourism and Hospitality Degree:
Travel and Tourism
Food and Beverage Service Management
Sustainable Tourism Planning and Development
Law of Hospitality and Tourism
Hospitality Facilities Management
Tourism and Hospitality Internship
Earn a Double Major
Add a second business degree in accounting or management or in international business to broaden your career options.
To earn a business double major, you would complete:
Required General Education courses
Required courses from your Tourism and Hospitality Management major
At least 18 credits in your second business major that are not part of your primary major
Program Entry Requirements
To qualify for admission into a St. George’s University School of Arts and Sciences undergraduate degree program, you must meet the following requirements:
Caribbean or British education system students: Five General Proficiency Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) or ordinary level passes, which should include both English and mathematics.
North American education model students: Complete 12 years of primary and secondary school education.
Students with an associate’s degree, CAPE, the International Baccalaureate, Advanced Levels, or equivalent may request exemption from coursework.
In order to obtain a degree, you will need to complete both program specific and general curriculum.