Master of Tourism Administration

Dec. 17, 2016, 2:29 p.m.

M.T.A is a postgraduate Travel and Tourism course. The programme provides the sound knowledge and expertise skills require to the hospitality industry. The subject studied during the course, making the students aware with the tourism industry includes history and culture, tourism principles and practices tourism industry, business environment and legal system, managerial behaviour and process., geography of tourism, cargo management, accounting for tourism, sustainable tourism, tourism and information technology, methodology of research, tourism finance, Indian heritage, international tourism and ticketing. The duration of the course is two years.

How is Master of Tourism Administration Course Beneficial?

  • This course gives the opportunities in the Travel and Tourism Sector and also the social responsibility of supplying the skilled and qualified human resource for the development of Tourism in mind. 
  • Degree serves as a basis for further higher studies in this field such as Ph.D. and M.Phil. 
  • The postgraduate course provides the opportunity to develop and experiment with ideas and techniques and to extend personal expertise into related areas. 
  • It also helps students to give them the edge, particularly when combined with relevant work experience, and enables them to further develop their portfolio.

Eligibility

  • Graduate in any stream with 50% of marks. Relaxation of 5% in minimum marks required for admission to P.G courses to SC/ST/Cat I students is permitted.
  • Some reputed colleges and institutes conduct entrance examination for admission.

Syllabus

Sr. No.

Subjects of Study

1

Tourism Administration Management Concepts and Application

2

Tourism Administration Introduction to Tourism Management

3

Tourism Administration Tourism Policy & Planning Framework

4

Tourism Administration Tourism Resources of  India

5

Tourism Administration Travel Agency & Tour Operations

6

Tourism Administration Introduction to MICE Management

7

Tourism Administration Hospitality Management

8

Tourism Administration Communication Skills I

9

Tourism Administration Behavioral Science I

10

Tourism Administration Foreign Language I

  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Japanese
  • Chinese

11

Financial Management

12

Global Trends in Tourism

13

Research Methodology

14

Economics of Tourism

15

Airline Operation Management

16

Marketing for Managers in Tourism

17

Computer Application  in Tourism - CRS

18

Communication Skills II

19

Behavioral Science II

20

Foreign Language II

  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Japanese
  • Chinese

21

Tourist Behavior & Business  Environment

22

Strategic Management

23

Customer Relationship Management

24

World Tourism Resources

25

Sustainable Tourism

26

Specialization: Choose any one group

 

Group I Marketing

1

Marketing of Services

2

Sales Management

 

Group II Travel Agency & Tour Operation

1

Inbound Operations

2

Outbound Operations

 

Group III MICE

1

Trade Fairs & Exhibition Management

2

Corporate Incentive Travel Management

3

Communication Skills III

4

Behavioural Science III

5

Foreign Language III

  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Japanese
  • Chinese

6

Summer Internship (Evaluation)

7

Tourism Laws

8

Human Resource Management

9

Media Studies

 

Specialization: Choose any one group

 

Group I Marketing of Services

1

Destination Marketing

2

Project Work 

 

Group II Travel Agency

1

Tour Operation Business

2

Project Work

 

Group III MICE Management

1

Negotiation in MICE & Business  Growth

2

Project Work

3

Communication Skills VI

4

Behavioural Science VI

5

Foreign Language VI

  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Japanese
  • Chinese

6

Industry Report Dissertation

Course Suitability

  • The course is suitable for those who desire to get into the public sector can get jobs with the Directorates and Departments of Tourism. 
  • Those who are interested in working in the private sector, jobs are available with airlines, cargo companies and hotels also are good suit for it. 
  • Students should have marketing and commercial awareness; resourcefulness and entrepreneurial skills. 
  • They should also have the ability to study independently, set goals, manage your own workload and meet deadlines.

Employment Areas

  •    Travel Agencies
  •    Airlines
  •    Ministry of Tourism
  •    Hotels
  •    Airlines
  •    Tourism Operating Companies
  •    Event & Entertainment Organizations
  •    Cruise Liners
  •    Railways

Job Types

  • Hotel Service Supervisor
  • Events Manager
  • Research Officer
  • Public Relations Officer
  • Government Administrator
  • Hotel Manager
  • Tourism Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Transport Administrator
  • Policy Maker/Planner
  • Tour Guide
  •  Recreation Officer
  • Sports Administrator
  • Travel Consultant

 



Share with social media:


User's Comments:

No comments there.




HOTEL MANAGER

HOTEL MANAGER

Aug. 5, 2017, 10:47 a.m.

 

By Nsim Team

 

Like many careers, there are many different paths to becoming a hotel manager. The best path howe..

Read More


WEDDING PLANNERS

WEDDING PLANNERS

July 22, 2017, 11:39 a.m.

 

By Nsim Team

 

To become a wedding planner, you typically need to have completed a certificate or diploma progra..

Read More


ACCOUNTANT

ACCOUNTANT

July 15, 2017, 3:32 p.m.

Accountants provide financial advice to clients that range from multinational organisations and governmental bodies to small independent businesses. Accountants often specialise in particular areas of practice, including audit, management consulta..

Read More








EVENT PLANNER

EVENT PLANNER

June 19, 2017, 11:14 a.m.

 

By Nsim Team

Events planners are responsible for planning one-time events, like parties, or events that are longer in duration, such as week-long conferences. They are..

Read More


FLORISTS

FLORISTS

June 15, 2017, 2:32 p.m.

 

By Nsim Team

Florists, also called floral designers, are responsible for creating floral designs and arrangements using fresh, dried or artificial flowers. They may pr..

Read More


BAKERS

BAKERS

June 5, 2017, 11:51 a.m.

Bakers are food workers who create breads and other baked goods, such as cookies, cakes, pies and pastries. Bakers will be responsible for preparing and measuring ingredients, properly cooking or baking foods, and decorating sweet baked goods.

..

Read More


BBA-Airline & Airport Management

BBA-Airline & Airport Management

May 27, 2017, 3:47 p.m.

 

By Nsim Team

The aviation industry forms the backbone of any nation and is also responsible for generating huge revenues every year. This is one of the main reason beh..

Read More





None



(Numbers only)

Submit