Bachelor degree in Tourism

Bachelor degree in Hotels Management

All Students in Faculty of Tourism & Hotel Management

X=any chosen second language (Italian, French, Spanish)

Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
TM 101 Theory of Tourism 3 3 2 _
GEN 101 Introduction to Economics 3 3 1 _
GEN 102 Business Administration 3 3 1 _
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
UGE 01 English Language (1) 2 1 2 2 _
UEC 01 Computer skills and programming Concepts (1) 2 1 2 _ _
“X”SL 101 Second Foreign Language (1) 2 1 2 _

Semester Credit

18 15 6 7  
Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
HM 101 Introduction to Hospitality Industry 3 3 2 _
GEN 104 Geography of Tourism 2 2 2 _
GEN 107 Basic Accounting 3 2 2 _
UEC 02 Computer skills and programming Concepts (2) 2 1 2 _ UEC 01
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
UGE 02 English Language (2) 2 1 2 2 UGE 01
“X”SL 102 Second Foreign Language (2) 2 1 2 “X”SL 101

Semester Credit

17 13 8 7  

All Students in Faculty of Tourism & Hotel Management

X=any chosen second language (Italian, French, Spanish)

Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
THM 201 Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality Management 3 3 2 HM 101
THM 221 Tourism and Hotel Marketing 3 3 2 _
THM 241 Tourism and Hotel Economics 3 3 2 GEN 101
THM 271 Quality Management in Tourism and Hospitality Enterprises 3 3 2 _
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
UGE 03 English Language (3) 2 1 2 2 UGE 02
“X”SL 203 Second Foreign Language (3) 2 1 2 “X”SL 102

Semester Credit

19 17 4 11  
Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
THM 211 Franchising in Tourism and Hospitality 3 3 2 _
THM 245 Legal Issues in Tourism and Hospitality 3 3 1 _
THM 261 Human Resource Management 3 3 1 _
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
ENG 4T Advanced English Language (4) 2 1 2 UGE 03
“X”SL 204 Second Foreign Language (4) 2 1 2 “X”SL 203
UGA 03 Arabic Language Skills 2 2 _ _ _

Semester Credit

18 16 4 5  

X=any chosen second language (Italian, French, Spanish)

Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
HM 311 Rooms Division Management 3 2 2
HM 331 Principles of Food Selection, Preparation and Evaluation 3 2 2 _
HM 341 Hospitality Accounting System 3 2 2 GEN 107
HM 391 Industry Internship (1)* 1 _ 2 _
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
ENG 5T English Terminology (1) 2 1 2 ENG 4T
“X”SL 305 Second Foreign Language (Terminology) (1) 2 1 2 “X”SL 204
GEN 103 Ethics and Human Rights 2 2 1 _
Semester Credit 19 13 12 2  
Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
HM 333 Food Production Technique 3 1 4 HM 331
HM 334 Food and Beverage Management 2 2 2 –           -_
HM 392 Industry Internship (2)* 1 _ 2
THM 321 Feasibility Study for Tourism and Hospitality 3 2 2 _ _
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
ENG 6T English Terminology (2) 2 1 2 _
“X”SL 306 Second Foreign Language (Terminology) (2) 2 1 2 “X”SL 305
UCS 01 Communication Skills 1 1 _ 2 _ _

Semester Credit

17 10 14 3  

X=any chosen second language (Italian, French, Spanish)

Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
HM 412 Hospitality Strategic Management 3 3 2 _
HM 431 Menu Planning and Design 3 2 2 _
HM 451 Hospitality Facilities Planning and Design 3 2 2 _
HM 481 Hospitality Project 1 1 2 THM 321
HM 493 Industry Internship (3)* 1 2
* 2 Elective Course 6 6 2 _
“X”SL 407 Second Foreign Language (Professional Writing) 2 1 2 “X”SL 306

Semester Credit

19 14 10 4  
Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
HM 411 Resort and Condominium Management 3 3 2 _
HM 434 Safe Food Service Management 3 3 2 _
HM 441 Revenue Management in Hospitality Industry 3 3 2 _
HM 482 Hospitality Project 2 1 _ 2 HM 481
HM 494 Industry Internship (4) 1 2
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
“X”SL 408 Second Foreign Language (Technical Writing) 2 1 2 _
UCS 02 Communication Skills 2 1 _ 2 _ UCS 01

Semester Credit

17 13 8 7  

X=any chosen second language (Italian, French, Spanish)

Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
TM 312 Tourism Transportation 2 2 2 _
TM 331 Airline Reservation System and Ticketing (1) 3 2 2 _
TM 371 Ecotourism 3 3 2 _
TM 391 Industry Internship 1* 1 2 _
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
ENG 5T English Terminology (1) 2 1 2 ENG 4T
“X”SL 305 Second Foreign Language (Terminology) (1) 2 1 2 “X”SL 204
GEN 103 Ethics and Human Rights 2 2 1 _

Semester Credit

18 14 8 6  
Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
TM 332 Airline Reservation System and Ticketing (2) 3 2 2 TM 331
TM 333 Travel Agency and Front Desk Management 3 2 2 _
TM 392 Industry Internship 2* 1 2
THM321 Feasibility Study for Tourism and Hospitality 3 2 2 _ _
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1 _
ENG 6T English Terminology (2) 2 1 2 _
“X”SL 306 Second Foreign Language (Terminology) (2) 2 1 2 “X”SL 305
UCS 01 Communication Skills 1 1 _ 2 _ _

Semester Credit

18 11 14 1  

X=any chosen second language (Italian, French, Spanish)

Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
TM 415 Strategic Tourism Management 3 3 2 _
TM 451 Tourism Attractions Planning and Development 3 3 2 _
TM 471 International Travel and Tourism 3 3 2 _
TM 481 Tourism project 1 1 2 THM 321
TM 493 Industry Internship 3* 1 2
* 2 Elective Course 6 6 2 _
“X”SL 407 Second Foreign Language
(Professional Writing)
2 1 2 “X”SL 306

Semester Credit

19 16 6 8  
Course Code Course Title Cr Hours Pre-requisites
L P T
TM 411 Events Management 3 3 1 _
TM 442 Tourism Demand and Forecast 3 3 2 _
TM 472 Tourism and Globalization 3 3 2 _
TM 482 Tourism Project 2 1 _ 2 TM 481
TM 494 Industry Internship 4 1 2
* 1 Elective Course 3 3 1  
“X”SL 408 Second Foreign Language

(Technical Writing)

2 1 2
UCS 02 Communication Skills 2 1 _ 2 _ UCS 01

Semester Credit

17 13 8 6  
Grade MinimumScore MaximumScore
A 90 100
A- 85 89.5
B+ 80 84.5
B 75 79.5
B- 70 74.5
C+ 65 69.5
C 60 64.5
C- 56 59.5
D+ 53 55.5
D 50 52.5

English Language (1) (2Cr)

Course Description

In this introductory course, students learn the fundamental structures of the first language by engaging in brief conversation sessions, directed dialogues, and a variety of oral exercises. In addition, short reading passages, comprehension, writing activities, and grammar are integral components of the course. (Compulsory)

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English Language (2) (2Cr)

Course Description

This course continues to develop the four language skills learned in first language 1 - listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students develop their vocabulary, learn new grammatical concepts, and develop a deeper understanding of the First language culture. (Compulsory)

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English Language (3) (2Cr)

Course Description

This course aims to increase students’ proficiency in the first language.  At this stage, students are expected to read authentic materials and participate in oral presentations.  Reading and writing skills, introduced gradually in the earlier levels, are also expanded. (Compulsory)

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Advanced English Language (4) (2Cr)

Course Description

In this course, more readings are intended to increase vocabulary, promote classroom discussion, and acquaint students with the first language culture.  Structures taken from specific reading selections serve as models for oral and written exercises in the area of tourism and hotels. (Compulsory)

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English Terminology (1) (2Cr)

Course Description

The goal of this course is to achieve a higher level of proficiency in conversation and in writing skills, and, at the same time, to increase the students’ familiarity with career specific texts and terms. (Compulsory)

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English Terminology (2) (2Cr)

Course Description

This course completes aspects of the first language grammar and affords students the opportunity to use more effectively the phrases and key concepts that they have learned in the classroom with relation to their fields of study (tourism and hotels). (Compulsory)

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Second Foreign Language (1) (2Cr)

Course Description

This course introduces the second language to students by emphasizing communicative competency.  The course is based on the needs of students for a second language.

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Second Foreign Language (2) (2Cr)

Course Description

Meaningful, real-life situations are included in this course as a framework to acquire reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills.  Students will be trained to use the second language for communication through lively classroom discussions.

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Second Foreign Language (3) (2Cr)

Course Description

In this course, students will learn the fundamental structure of the second language by engaging in brief conversation sessions, directed dialogues, and a variety of oral exercises.  In addition, short reading passages, aural comprehension, writing activities, and grammar are integral components of the program.

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Second Foreign Language (4) (2Cr)

Course Description

Second language 4 builds on the oral and cultural skills attained in the previous levels of second language courses (1-4).  Students will augment their oral proficiency through real-life activities as career specific text and terms are introduced during the course.

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Second Foreign Language (Terminology 1) (2Cr)

Course Description

During this course, students will role-play travel business, hospitality services, restaurants and meals and tourism-related activities through telecommunication scenarios including video or audiocassettes and/or guest speakers.

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Second Foreign Language (Terminology 2) (2Cr)

Course Description

This course continues to develop the four basic language skills listening, speaking, reading, and writing.  Students will increase their vocabulary and learn new grammatical concepts.  At this stage, students will practice the skill of speaking through class discussions and presentations.

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Second Foreign Language (Professional Writing) (2Cr)

Course Description

This course assists students to expand their knowledge of the second language; Grammar structure and vocabulary already learned are thoroughly reviewed and reinforced.  Reading and writing skills introduced in earlier levels are then expanded.

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Second Foreign Language (Technical Writing) (2Cr)

Course Description

This course enhances and refines students’ second language proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.  Students will be introduced to more advanced grammatical structures, and will engage in simulations that require application of second language communicative skills to the area of tourism and hospitality.

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