HTM102 Cruise and Maritime Operations
This module introduces the cruise industry and the wider shipping context. There are two significant elements within the module; the shipping industry in general and the hotel services on board ships in particular. A combination of lectures and student-directed learning activities will be included for this module.
HTM111 Tourism Environments and Tourist Behaviour
The importance of the environment for tourism is explored recognising the physical, social and economic impacts of tourism activity and sympathetic approaches to management. The forms of tourism, their associated markets, patterns, impacts and associated tourist behaviour are also explored.
HTM141 Hospitality Operations
"This module introduces the nature of tourism, setting an historical context to its development. It explains the nature and development of tourism. It discusses the patterns and characteristics of tourism supply and demand and the influential factors on them. It explores the structure, operation and organisation of the public and voluntary sectors and their activities.
HTM144 Spa and Resort Management
This module introduces spa and resort management and enables students to develop an understanding of the wellbeing sector and of contemporary spa and resort management. The module addresses the strategic opportunities and issues emerging from the growth of the sector.
HTM150 Special Interest Tourism
The module examines a range of niche tourism products through the conceptualisation of special interest tourism.
HTM151 Introduction to Sustainable Tourism, Hospitality, Events and Cruise Management
This module introduces students to the sustainable principles and practice of contemporary tourism, hospitality, events and cruise management. Students will gain insight into their dynamic international markets - their scale, size and structure -and an overview of current and future global market trends.
HTM153 Cruise and Hospitality Operations
This module introduces the cruise industry, hospitality operations and the wider shipping context. There are two significant elements within the module; the shipping industry in general and the hotel/hospitality services. A combination of lectures and student-directed learning activities will be included for this module.
HTM154 Tourism Industry: Principles and Practice
Through consideration of the tourism system students will discuss patterns of tourism supply and demand in both a domestic and international context. Students will explore tourism destinations through an examination of different sectors (Public, private and voluntary sectors) operating at the destinations. Principles of sustainable management for tourism organisations will be introduced.
HTM156 Management and Employability Skills
This module is designed to develop the academic, organisational and reflective skills necessary to be an effective manager within the Tourism, Hospitality, Events and Cruise Industries. The content introduces the concepts of management and employability skills to enable learners to gain an understanding of management principles and the skills to be successful in gaining future employment.
HTMP100 Career Investment Programme 1
The Career Investment Programme is a development scheme designed to enhance students' employability. The stage 1 module provides students with an introduction to the Career Investment Programme, and develops their knowledge and understanding of employability, and the competencies they need to demonstrate when seeking graduate positions. The module encourages engagement in development activities offered by the university, and includes a number of workshops and events designed to develop students' skills and knowledge, with the purpose of filling gaps in their CV's and enhancing their employability.