Master of Science (Tourism Planning)

Introduction

Jointly conducted by the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and the Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development, the programme adopts a flexible teaching approach to suit the needs of both fresh graduates as well as practitioners in producing skilled and highly trained tourism planners. The teaching approach has evolved from its urban planning tradition since the inception of the course in 1998 to a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach based on the principles of sustainability. A distinct feature of the course is ‘hands on’ learning through ‘live’ projects. The programme also covers the whole spectrum of tourism planning such as ecotourism, urban tourism, rural tourism, heritage tourism, island tourism, and sustainable tourism.

Mode and Duration of Study
Mode of Study : Full-time
Minimum Duration : 1 1/2 years
Maximum Duration : 3 years
Classification of Courses

 

Classification Credits Percentage
1. University

a. General

b. Research Methodology

 3 14
3
2. Programme Core 18 38
3. Programme Electives 12 29
4. Research Project 9 19
Total  45 100

 

Award Requirements
For the award of Master of Science (Tourism Planning), the students should achieve a total minimum of 45 credit hours with minimum CPA of 3.0, including the completion of Research Project.
Class Schedule (Sem 1, 2021/2022)