The Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM) programme at Moi University aims at producing highly, but broadly interdisciplinary oriented professionals in aspects of tourism planning, development and management and; also sensitized to the variety of the natural and cultural habitats of the world, the basis of tourism activities.
The Bachelor of Tourism Management emphasises student-centered learning approach which constitutes problem-based learning, project oriented, work-based and cooperate learning.
After completion of the training, the Bachelor of Tourism Management graduates from Moi University should be equipped with competencies (knowledge, skills and attitudes) in planning, development and management of tourism and recreation resources in ways that enhance sustainability.
The objectives of the Bachelors of Tourism Management degree programme at Moi University are to :
To be admitted for the Bachelors of Tourism Management degree Programme at Moi University, candidates must satisfy the minimum entrance requirements for Moi University as stipulated in the Joint Admissions Board requriements.
Candidates with equivalent qualifications may also be considered.
Direct entrants from high school must meet minimum University entry requirements.
Besides Mathematics, English or Kiswahili, candidates must have passed the KCSE in the best remaining subjects in groups
The above requirements and clusters may change from time to time.
Mature Entrants Candidates must have passed KCSE or equivalent with a minimum grade C in the subject groups above.
In addition to this the candidate must have successfully completed a relevant diploma course recognised by the Moi University senate. Such candidates must have passed with at least a credit and have at least one year relevant working experience after obtaining the diploma. Such candidates will enter in the second year of study.
Tourism System, Communication Skills I, Development Concepts and Applications, Introduction to Tourism, Introduction to Tourism Operations, The Business of Tourism Beginners, French.
Service Management, Communication Skills II, Quantitative Skills II, Introduction to Service Management, Tourism Services Marketing I, Human Resource Management I, French Structure I,
Tourism Planning and Development State, Society and Development External Environment, Tourism Policy and Planning, Tourism Product Development, French Structure II.
Hospitality Services, Introduction to Hospitality Operations, Introduction to Hospitality Management, Introduction to Hospitality Service Management, Industrial Placement I. (Outside the Semester)
Strategic Management of Tourism II, Service Quality Management II, Tourism Services Marketing II, Human Resource Management II, Intermediate French.
Strategic Management of Tourism II, Strategy and Planning Tourism Project, Planning and Development Management, Accounting for Decision-making, French for Tourism I, Industrial Attachment II (Outside the Semester).
Elective Semester Series Students are required to select one of the following areas:
Eco-Tourism Management, Sustainable Tourism Development, Wildlife-based Tourism, Coastal and Marine Tourism Management, Senior Project.
Note: All French language courses are based on its usage in the tourism industry that is professional French. The grammar content is never separate from the module themes of each semester. French Language Beginnerís French French Structure I French Structure II Intermediate French French for Tourism I French for Tourism II