BS Tourism


Why study BS Tourism in Southville?

The Southville College of Tourism holds a record of consistent 100% passing rate  on the AMADEUS certification. It provides an industry-based curriculum and professional training at the biggest hospitality industries worldwide. The course is diverse and comprehensive and delivered by tourism practitioners and travel experts. Specific subject areas include the evolution of the tourism industry, destination geography, airlines, international travel, cruising travel by rail, lodging, and touring agencies. The curriculum is also designed based on the latest trends and demands of tourism as one of the  largest industries in the world.. With extensive industry practicum, students develop an understanding of the importance of marketing in the field of  tourism, as well as recognize the tremendous opportunities in the world of travel.

The Southville College Division is accredited by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) and also granted Autonomous Status by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Southville is home to celebrated personalities, medical practitioners, entrepreneurs, and community leaders, among others. Southville is the training ground of future Business Technocrats and World Leaders, anchored on the school’s 5Cs Curriculum. 

1ST YEAR

  • Marco Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
  • Micro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
  • Risk Management as Applied to Safety, Security and Sanitation
  • Philippine Culture and Tourism Geography
  • Quality Service Management in Tourism and Hospitality

2ND YEAR

  • Fundamentals of Statistics
  • Travel Writing and Photography
  • Professional Development and Applied Ethics
  • Tourism and Hospitality Making
  • Global Culture and Tourism Geography
  • Multicultural Diversity in Workplace for the Tourism Professional
  • Operations Management
  • Tour and Travel Management
  • Sustainable Tourism Destination Marketing
  • Tour Guiding Skills
  • Legal Aspects in Tourism and Hospitality
  • Foreign Language 1
  • On-the-job Training 1

3RD YEAR

  • Marketing Information Management (Analytics)
  • Introduction in Meeting Incentives Conferences and Events Management
  • Strategic Management and Total Quality Management
  • Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality
  • Transportation Management
  • Foreign Language 2
  • Foreign Language 3
  • Research in Tourism (Writing 2)
  • Research in Tourism 2
  • Recreational and Leisure Management
  • Accommodation Operations and Management
  • Specialized Food and Beverage Service Operations
  • On-the-job Training 2

4TH YEAR

  • Practicum
  • Cruise Tourism
  • Foreign Language 4
  • In-house Practicum
  • Applied Business Tools and Technologies in Tourism
  • Tourism Policy Planning Development

Southville is committed to develop lifelong learners who are equipped with the 5Cs (Character, Competence, Collaboration, Creativity, and Commitment to Achieve) through data-driven and technology-enhanced educational programs to ensure student success in the 21st Century.

Southville adheres to the demands of the 4th Industrial Revolution and the highest standards of quality education by providing innovative and challenging curricula, effective instruction, updated technological applications, a strong research and community service orientation within an enriched, caring, and active learning environment.