Universitas Gadjah Mada UM.UGM

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The International Undergraduate Program
Tourism Studies Program, Faculty of Cultural Sciences
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta


Rationalizations in establishing an international class in the Tourism Studies Program, Faculty of Cultural Sciences are as follows:

  1. Referring to the Mission and Vision of Universitas Gadjah Mada and the Faculty of Cultural Sciences, i.e. the realization of world-class university programs.
  2. Preparing graduates who will be able to compete at the international level.
  3. Responding to public interested in attending international-standard education.
  4. Accelerating the quality improvement of learning in regular programs towards an international standard.


GENERAL INFORMATION

The Tourism Studies Program offers the study of tourism in three main majors, namely destination management, travel and tour management, and hotel hospitality. The program educates students with varying skills related to those areas so that they will be highly capable in either planning or managing tourism-related businesses and institutions.


VISION

The Tourism Studies Program will be nationally and internationally recognized as the leading institution in education and research in tourism in order to contribute to people's welfare and humanity, and bases its philosophy on the Pancasila principles.


MISSION

  1. To provide a highly qualified and nationally and internationally-acclaimed education in tourism studies and research.
  2. To graduate tourism professionals possessing cultural and moral awareness, innovation, leadership, and awareness in humanity.
  3. To develop researches in the tourism knowledge which help realize high quality education, knowledge, technology and art for the nation and humanity.
  4. To improve community services in the field of tourism in solving humanity’s and community’s problems.
  5. To conduct cooperation with institutions either in domestic or abroad in the field of tourism to improve the quality of education, research, and community services.
  6. To conduct sustainable and high quality study program organization and accountable management in answering the changing world.


SPECIFICATION

The study of travel, tourism system, and tourism implications to its stakeholders, culture, and environment.


COMPETENCE

To graduate tourism professionals with high capabilities in tourism knowledge and to actively involved in humanity and the nation’s welfare as well. The Tourism Studies Program aims at graduating tourism professionals who are able to:

  • plan, develop, and manage tourism destination and attraction, travel, and hotel hospitality;
  • market national tourism-related products, explain and promote international tourism;
  • create and/or develop new tourism attraction;
  • manage undesirable impacts of tourism industry;
  • arrange a tourism operational planning, tour packages and their costs;
  • organize human resources in the field of tourism;
  • continuously develop knowledge about law, regulations, and policies related to businesses in tourism sector; and
  • run tourism-related businesses.


CREDIT HOURS

Students are required to take 144 to 148 credit hours, consisting of 123 credit hours of compulsory subjects and 49 credit hours of elective subjects.


CURRICULUM

SEMESTER I
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Religion (Indonesian Values and Beliefs)3C
2Introduction to Humanities 4C
3English I4C
4Introduction to Tourism3C
5Indonesian Archaeology2C
6Tourism Economics2C
7Indonesian History 2E
8French I2E
9Korean I 2E
10Dutch I2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER II
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Civics and State Ideology3C
2Composition2C
3English II4C
4Tourism Laws2C
5Tourism Ethics Code2C
6Tourism Impact2C
7Tourism Information System 2C
8Tourism Human Resources2C
9French II2E
10Korean II 2E
11Dutch II2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER III
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Indonesian Culture4C
2Tourism Psychology2C
3Innovation in Tourism3C
4Tourism Business2C
5Introduction to Hospitality 3C
6Performance Management2E
7Javanese Art2E
8Empowering Community2E
9Japanese I2E
10Mandarin I2E
TOTAL24


SEMESTER IV
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1English for Tourism I3C
2Tourism Intellectual History 3C
3Hospitality Management3C
4MICE (Meeting, Incentive, Convention & Exhibition)2C
5Tourism Management3C
6Tour Management 4C
7Tourism Policy2C
8Interpretation and Guiding2E
9Japanese II2E
10Mandarin II2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER V
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1English for Tourism II3C
2Tourism Marketing3C
3Tourism Statistics3C
4Geography of Indonesian Tourism2C
5Multiculturalism2C
6Food & Beverage Management I4C
7Tourism Planning3C
8Ecotourism2E
9Germany I2E
10Arabic I2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER VI
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1English for Tourism III3C
2Sustainable Tourism Development3C
3Geography of International Tourism2C
4Cultural Tourism3C
5Hygiene and Sanitation 2C
6Tourism Feasibility Study3C
7Hotel, Destination, and Travel Agent Accounting3E
8Food & Beverage Management II3E
9Germany I2E
10Arabic I2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER VII
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Internship3C
2Tourism Research Methodology3C
3Seminar3C
4Community Service3C
TOTAL12


SEMESTER VIII
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Tourism Research Project6C
TOTAL6


CARRIER OPPORTUNITY

Tour and travel manager, hotel manager, researcher, tourism consultant, restaurant manager, government employee in tourism office, event organizer manager, airline manager.


CONTACT AND INFORMATION

TOURISM STUDIES PROGRAM
FACULTY OF CULTURAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA
Jl. Nusantara No. 1 Bulaksumur, Yogyakarta 55281 Indonesia
Phone: +62 274 901137, 513096 Ext. 105
Fax: +62 274 550541
E-mail: tourismdepartment.ugm@gmail.com

PIC:

  1. Fahmi Prihantoro, S.S., S.H., M.A.
    Phone: +62 81 1251138
    E-mail: fahmiprihantoro@yahoo.co.id
  2. Popi Irawan, S.S., M.Sc.
    Phone: +62 813 92757211
    E-mail: popi.irawan@gmail.com

Update terakhir : 5 November 2014 16:10:50 WIB