|01243024||Faculty of Humanities||Department: Historical and Heritage Studies|
|Minimum duration of study: 1 year||Total credits: 120||NQF level: 08|
Minimum credits: 120
Select one module.
Practical application of heritage and cultural tourism with the management of UP Campus Tours.
Development of tourism concepts and research methodologies.
A research report on an aspect of heritage and cultural tourism.
Tourism management and economic, cultural and environmental sustainability.
A study of South Africa in a global, transnational and comparative context.
Historiographical, methodological and thematic exploration of aspects of the history of Africa.
Aspects of the socio-cultural history of South Africa.
Aspects of the history of the modern world represented on film.
The module equips the learner with responsible tourism management values and requires the learner to develop a portfolio that demonstrates their ability to conduct research, compile and write different research and/or tourism documents/reports, present to audiences and solve tourism-related strategic problems. One of the projects in the module involves community engagement activities where community partners are assisted with tourism-related knowledge and/or activities.
This module includes themes such as destination marketing, events management and sports tourism. The themes are explored from a strategic management perspective and cover several topics such as current trends in destination marketing, strategic and practical issues of events management and markets, product offerings and strategic issues at destination management level.
This module covers themes of air transport, business travel and eTourism. The themes are explored from a strategic management perspective. The module will consider, amongst other, contemporary issues, leaders in the global airline industry and their effect on tourism, relationships between suppliers, business travel managers, travellers and travel management companies, and the strategic use of information technology across the tourism value chain.
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