Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality)
Get the tourism and hospitality qualifications and skills you need as part of a Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality)
La Trobe’s major in tourism and hospitality equips you with the practical industry skills and detailed business knowledge needed for roles in hotel chains, tourism services, catering and more.
Career outcomes include:
- restaurant manager
- hotel manager
- food and beverage manager
- destination marketing manager
- business operations manager
- tourism consultant
When you study tourism and hospitality as your major, your award will be Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality). This means potential employers will see the specialised skills you gained at La Trobe University.
Learn more about the tourism and hospitality major as part of the Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality)
Study your way with our Bachelor of Business
With more flexibility than ever, our Bachelor of Business is designed to let you to follow your interests while giving you a solid foundation in business know-how. This means you can tailor your study to match your tourism and hospitality career goals and build skills in a way that suits you.
You’ll be able to:
- choose from a wide range of majors, minors and specialisations of interest
- pair your major with complementary study from another discipline
- gain more real-world experience with diverse industry leaders and La Trobe partners.
How to apply
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Why study business at La Trobe?
La Trobe Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
We're in the top five per cent of business schools worldwide to have earned an AACSB accreditation for delivering excellence in every aspect of our work.
Top 250 globally
Times Higher Education ranks our business and economics subjects among the world’s best.
Times Higher Education (THE), 2021, World University Rankings 2022 by subject: business and economics