B.A. Tourism Studies

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Bachelor of Arts in Tourism Studies is an undergraduate Travel and Tourism course. Tourism Studies includes study of tourism management, tourism development, tourism marketing, transportation industry, hotel management, etc. The B.A. (Tourism Studies) degree course mainly covers the study of topics such as tourist resort planning, food service management, ecology, environment and tourism, inter-cultural communication, etc. The course has a great value and importance in today’s time as the tourism became the hub of economic development of every country. Graduates of this course find a lot jobs both in India and outside it. For teaching purposes they can go for Master’s degree.

How is B.A. Tourism Studies Course Beneficial?

  • The course is beneficial for further higher studies in the field of Tourism Studies and taking up the job of lecturer/teacher in several universities and colleges after attaining higher qualifications.
  • After passing the course they have further study option and for becoming a teacher/lecturer they also required higher education.
  • They can also join tourism industries in the country or outside it.


  • The basic eligibility criterion for pursuing B.A. (Tourism Studies) degree is qualifying 10+2 or equivalent examination in any stream from a recognised board of the country.
  • Those who have passed from any other University or Board of Examinations in any state recognized as equivalent to the Plus Two of the Higher with not less than 40% marks in aggregate, is eligible for admission.
  • However, SC/ST, OBC, and other eligible communities shall be given relaxation as per University rules.

B.A. Tourism Studies Syllabus

Syllabus of Tourism Studies as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.

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Subjects of Study


A Brief Course on History of India


Ecology, Environment and Tourism


Environmental Studies


Feature Writing


Foundation Course in English


Foundation Course in any one of the Modern Indian Languages like Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, etc.


Foundation Course in Humanities and Social Sciences


Foundation Course in Science and Technology


Foundation Course in Tourism


Human Environment


Indian Culture: A Perspective for Tourism


Management in Tourism


Tourism Development: Products, Operation and Case Studies


Tourism Management


Tourism Marketing


B.A. Tourism Studies Colleges

  • M.E.S. College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Bangalore
  • Surana College, Bangalore
  • Amity University, Noida
  • Maynaguri College, Jalpaiguri

B.A. Tourism Studies Course Suitability

  • The Course is suitable for those who have the ability to analyze tourism in the communities it affects, the ability to evaluate the relationships between consumers and the providers of tourism services, knowledge of the principles and issues relating to sustainability and social responsibility within tourism.
  • Applicants who are willing for further Master’s Degree also are good suit for the course.

 Employment Areas

  • Airlines
  • Food Industry
  • Forts/Resorts
  • Government Tourism Departments
  • Hospitality Industry
  • Hotels and Allied Service Industries
  • Immigration and Customs Services
  • Ticketing Agencies
  • Tour Operators
  • Transport and Cargo Companies
  • Travel Agencies
  • Transport Corporations

 Job Types

  • Airline Staff
  • Cabin Crew
  • Front Office Executive
  • Counter Assistant
  • Front Office Manager
  • Immigration Consultant
  • Counter Clerk
  • Tour Operator
  • Information Assistant
  • Tour Management Executive
  • Lobby Manager
  • Operations Executive
  • Reservations Executive
  • Sales Manager
  • Ticketing Assistant
  • Tourism Department Employee
  • Tourist Guide
  • Trainee Travel Consultant
  • Transport Officer
  • Travel Agent
  • Travel Executive
  • Tour Operation Manager
  • Visa Executive

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