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Department of Tourism

Faculty of Social Science

Courses

List of Courses

100 Level First Semester

S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit UnitStatus (Compulsory or Elective)
1GST 101Use of English & Communication Skills I2C
2GST105History and Philosophy of Science2C
3GST 107Good Study Guide2C
4CIT 101Computer in the Society2C
5TSM 141Understanding Tourism2C
6TSM 143Tourism Services & Operations2C
7TSM 145Geography of Tourism2C
8TSM 147Tourism Policy and Planning2C
9FMS 105Elements of Management I2C
One Elective from the Faculty
10HCM 131Introduction to Hospitality3E
11CSS 111Introduction to Sociology3E
12PCR 111Introduction to Peace Studies3E
Minimum Credit Units Required
GST and Other General Courses8
Core Courses (Specialization Area)10
Minimum elective required3
Sub-Total =21

 

100 Level Second Semester

S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit UnitStatus (Compulsory or Elective)
1GST203Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2C
2TSM241Understanding Tourist and Hosts2C
3TSM243Tourism Sites: Products & Operations I2C
4HCM237Hospitality & Sales Marketing2C
5FMS207Business Communication3C
6CSS121Introduction to Psychology2C
At Least One Elective out of Four
7FMS201Introduction to Business Statistics 1
8ACC203Introduction to Financial Accounting 1
Minimum Credit Units Required2
GST and Other General Courses11
Core Courses (Specialization Area)3
Minimum elective required16
Sub-Total =(Students should not exceed 24 CU) 16 + (12 Credit Unit (CU) of GST and Other General
Courses in 100 Level.
Direct Entry =DE Students are advised to spread the 12 CU over the study period
without carrying more than 24 CU in a semester.

200 Level First Semester

S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit UnitStatus (Compulsory or Elective)
1GST203Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2C
2TSM241Understanding Tourist and Hosts2C
3TSM243Tourism Sites: Products & Operations I2C
4HCM237Hospitality & Sales Marketing2C
5FMS207Business Communication3C
6CSS121Introduction to Psychology2C
At Least One Elective out of Four
7FMS201Introduction to Business Statistics 1
8ACC203Introduction to Financial Accounting 1
Minimum Credit Units Required2
GST and Other General Courses11
Core Courses (Specialization Area)3
Minimum elective required16
Sub-Total =(Students should not exceed 24 CU) 16 + (12 Credit Unit (CU) of GST and Other General
Courses in 100 Level.
Direct Entry (DE)DE Students are advised to spread the 12 CU over the study period without carrying more than
24 CU in a semester.)

200 Level Second Semester

S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit UnitStatus (Compulsory or Elective)
1GST 202Fundamentals of Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution2C
2TSM 244Tourist Sites: Products & Operations II2C
3TSM 252Field Trip2C
4HCM 234Facility Maintenance Management2C
5ENT 224Business Ethics2C
6MAC212Media and Society2C
7LAW101Introduction to Law4C
Two Electives
8FMS 202Introduction to Business Statistics II
9ACC 204Introduction to Financial Accounting II
Minimum Credit Units Required
GST and Other General Courses2
Core Courses (Specialization Area)14
Minimum elective required3
Sub-Total =19
Grand Total of Minimum Credit Units to earn at 200 level: Eight Semester Structure = 35

300 Level First Semester

S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit UnitStatus (Compulsory or Elective)
1GST301Entrepreneurship Studies I2C
2TSM 305Tourism Sales & Marketing2C
3TSM 347Commercial Recreation Management2C
4TSM 349Introduction to Airline Management2C
5HCM 313Restaurant Entrepreneurship2C
6BUS 325Human Resources Management Principles2C
One Elective Out of Three
7ECO347Development Economics
8HCM343Procurement & Supply Management
Minimum Credit Units Required
GST and Other General Courses2
Core Courses (Specialization Area)10
Minimum elective required2
Sub-Total =14
Direct Entry14
(Students should not
exceed 24 (CU)

300 Level Second Semester

S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit UnitStatus (Compulsory or Elective)   
1TSM 342Concept, Design and Feasibility 12C
2TSM 348Hospitality and Tourism Management2C
3TSM 310Field Trip (Practical)2C
4TSM 350Industrial Training/SIWES (6months)6C
5HCM340Hospitality Laws & Travels2C
6FMS304Research Methodology2C
One Elective out of Two
7BUS 322Organisational Behaviour3E
8ECO 344Introduction to International Economics3E
Minimum Credit Units Required
GST and Other General Courses
Core Courses (Specialization Area)16
Minimum elective required3
Sub-Total =19
Direct Entry(Students should not exceed 24 CU)
Grand Total of Minimum Credit Units to earn at 300 level:
Eight Semester Structure = 33
Direct Entry = 33

400 Level First Semester

S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit UnitStatus (Compulsory or Elective)
1TSM403Cultural Tourism2C
2TSM441Strategic Management in Hospitality and Tourism2C
3TSM 447Seminar Tourism Studies2C
4HCM 435Security & Loss Prevention Management2C
5HCM 439Hotel Planning and Interior Design2C
6ECO 445International Trade And Finance I2C
7BFN421Risk Management and Insurance2C
One Electives out of Three
8FMS 427Business Policy & Strategy 13E
9BUS 419International Business3E
Minimum Credit Units Required
GST and Other General Courses
Core Courses (Specialization Area)14
Minimum elective required3
Sub-Total =17
Direct Entry(Students should not exceed 24 CU)

400 Level Second Semester

S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit UnitStatus (Compulsory or Elective)
1TSM 442Tourism Entrepreneurship2C
2TSM 444Global Tourism Issues2C
3TSM 450Research Project6C
4HCM 434Lodging Facility Management2C
5HCM 438Hospitality Supervision an Quality Management2C
6HCM 436Internal Control in Hospitality Administration2C
One Elective out of two
7PCR415The Nature of Global Terrorism3E
8PCR412Globalisation and Peace3E
Minimum Credit Units Required
GST and Other General Courses
Core Courses (Specialization Area)16
Minimum elective required3
Sub-Total =19
Direct Entry
Grand Total of Minimum Credit Units to earn at 400 level: 36 Direct Entry =
(Students should not exceed 24 CU)

*Logbook shall carry not less than 25% of the overall industrial attachment score.

The Second Semester of the 4th Year should be used for Industrial Attachment for the students in order to expose them to Environmental Health facilities in rural and urban settings. They are required to visit Environmental Health firms, industries and laboratories to enable them acquire the skills in Environmental Health Sciences. Each student must keep and present a logbook for assessment at the end of his/her industrial attachment.

NOTE:
Students who want to be registered and professionally certified by the Council to practice as Environmental Health Officers are advice to register with the Environmental Health Officers Registration Council of Nigeria (EHORECON).

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