This degree is firmly grounded in business studies, but specifically designed for future leaders in careers where events and tourism management intersect. The distinguishing features of this course include a teaching style that blends theory and practical work where you are offered the opportunity to plan, stage and evaluate an event within a tourism context. Also, a triple-bottom line approach is adopted where economic, social and environmental impacts of events and tourism are examined. Admission requirements are completion of VCE and Units 3 and 4 with study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 English (any). Applicants with comparable qualifications will be considered. A limited number of students may also be considered under Special Entry Schemes. This degree shares a business foundation and first-year framework with all other undergraduate degrees offered by the La Trobe Business School, which enhances the flexibility available to you. Students who commenced this degree prior to 2013, should refer to the edition of the online Handbook relevant to the year of their commencement, or seek advice from student services. The first-year framework comprises four business foundation subjects, three discipline-specific subjects and one elective subject, with a second elective subject in the second year of the degree.
Business and Economics Courses
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