The teaching during the course will proceed by themes.
Introduction lectures to the themes and learning assignments.
Independent study and theme-specific individual and/or group work learning assignments.
Group discussions and peer learning in the lectures/classroom learning.
Guidance will be available during the course as follows:
Introductions and guidance to themes and learning assignments
Guidance of group discussions
Personal feedback on the final assignment
Torrington, D., Hall, L., Atkinson, C. & Taylor, S. (2017). Human resource management (Tenth edition.). New York: Pearson. eBook.
Horner, S. (2017). Talent Management in Hospitality and Tourism. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers Ltd. eBook.
Dessler, G. (2017). Human resource management (Fifteenth edition. Global edition.). Boston: Pearson. eBook.
Additional and recommended learning material will be provided by the teacher and visiting lecturers during the course (e.g. legislation, rota planning etc.)
Laura Sjöman, Elisa Närhi
The theme-specific learning assignments and/or group work must be completed and returned during the course.
Final assignment is scheduled to be returned in March 2023.
The retake of the final personal learning assignment is possible in April and in May 2023.
A more detailed schedule will be announced at the beginning of the spring term.
09.01.2023 - 17.03.2023
135 h in total, of which:
48 h classroom learning
87 h other student work
01.11.2022 - 05.01.2023
During the course, theme-specific introductions during classroom sessions, independent and group study and group workshops will alternate. Additionally, learning tasks will be completed throughout the duration of the course. Personal final assignment during the course and at the end of the course.
Accreditation (replacement and inclusion)
Recognition of prior learning and experience acquired in other ways
More detailed instructions can be found from the Degree Regulations and the Study Guide.
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Bachelor's Degree Programme in Tourism Management
School of Business