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Travel & Tourism - Organizational Management BAS Specialization

The Travel and Tourism Management specialization in the Organizational Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree is intended to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary for a mid-level management position in the travel and tourism industry.

Join a fast-growing career field that makes up 10 percent of the global employment industry, according to The World Travel and Tourism Council. Job roles include positions with airlines, hotels and resorts, ecotourism and outdoor recreation, theme parks, and cruise lines.

Opportunities span the globe and are right in our backyard, from the world-renowned theme parks in nearby Orlando to cruise lines that sail out of Port Canaveral.

Graduates will demonstrate mastery of leadership and management skills associated with successful organizational managers in various sectors of the tourism and travel industry.

Travel & tourism management specialization COURSE CURRICULUM

Students will complete core business coursework available online or on campus as part of their Organizational Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree — plus focus on the specialization courses generally taught 100% online including hospitality and event management, cruise line operations, tourism, theme park and attractions management.

Travel & Tourism - Organizational Management BAS Specialization

Program Overview

Degree Type
Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)
Delivery Method
On-Campus, Hybrid, 100% Online Option
Cocoa, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Titusville
Total Credit Hours
Academic Community
Contact Information

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Travel & Tourism Management Admissions Information

The admissions process follows the general bachelor's degree enrollment steps, which also include upcoming deadlines to apply. Students are accepted into the program for the Spring, Summer, and Fall terms which start in January, May and August each year.

Applicants for this specialization must have earned an Associate in Science (A.S.) or Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree from a regionally accredited college. An Associate of Applied Science ( AAS) degree does not meet the minimum eligibility requirements. AAS degree holders interested in transfer to this BAS program should consult with a bachelor's advisor to review coursework and determine the best transfer options.

Brief Costs & Financial Aid Eligibility

Students entering the program with an associate degree will need to complete 60 credits, with about 39 of those credits being upper level courses on the tuition fee schedule. Due to reasonable in-state tuition, the program's two years of courses can be completed for about $7,200 in base tuition if you qualify as a Florida resident.

You may also be eligible for financial aid and scholarships as you complete the Organizational Management - Travel & Tourism specialization at EFSC. All students are encouraged to apply for both federal aid and scholarships funded through the EFSC Foundation, plus community-based scholarships.

Travel & Tourism Management Specialization Courses You Will Take

The program teaches real-world business skills through eight core courses that are common to all 12 specializations in the Organizational Management degree, plus classes like those below that are required for the Travel & Tourism Management track.

Why study Travel and Tourism Managment at EFSC?

Flexible Online Courses Including a 100% Online Option

If you are planning to earn this degree specialization through the 100% online option, please know that Bachelor program courses can fill quickly when registration starts before each term. To finish the program by taking only online courses, students need to register in a timely manner to ensure they have a seat. View key details about the importance of prompt course registration.

preparation for a master's level program

If a graduate degree is part of your long-term plan, the Travel and Tourism Specialization in the Organizational Management BAS can prepare you for a master's program, including a cost-saving head start on the Florida Tech Smart MBA program. Learn more about the Florida Tech option plus best-practice recommendations for other master's programs.

Related Business Bachelor and Associate Programs

Explore the other 11 options in the Organizational Management BAS program as you make your specialization choice. Plus check out the associate degree programs that offer the perfect preparation for the transition to a bachelor-level business program.