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School of Travel Industry Management - Singapore
Undergraduate Education

Undergraduate EducationSchool of Travel Industry Management - SingaporeProgram Information




Program Information

A TWO-YEAR PROGRAM

The TIM School program in Singapore is a full-time, two-year, six-semester program of courses related to the Hotel and Resort Management major. Students are required to take the following courses (in addition to satisfying general education components for UHM and PRE-TIM – see Transfer Rules):

Year 1
Summer Semester Spring Semester Fall Semester
• TIM 101 Intro to TIM**
• TIM 100 Internship I**
• TIM 301 Legal
   Environment
• TIM 302 Information
   Systems Technology
• TIM 303 Management of
   Service Enterprises
• TIM 305 Financial
   Management
• TIM 313 Food &
   Beverage Mgmt
• TIM 314 Hotel/Resort
   Management
 
• TIM 200 Internship II**
• TIM 306 Human
   Resource Management
• TIM 304 Travel Industry
   Marketing
• TIM 333 Hotel/Resort
   Facilities & Design
Year 2
Summer Semester Spring Semester Fall Semester
• TIM 310 Institutional
   Purchasing
• TIM 334 Hotel &
   Convention Sales
• TIM 401 Resort
   Development & Real
   Estate
• TIM 311
   Club/Restaurant
   Management
 
• TIM 316 Events
   Planning and Marketing
• TIM 369e
   Hawaiian/Asia/Pacific
   focus course
• TIM 300 Internship III
• TIM 402 Resort Mixed-
   Use Development

• TIM 420 Sustainable
   Tourism
• TIM 431 Strategic
   Management

Additional TIM electives will be added
All courses are 3 credits except for TIM 100, 200 & 300, valued at 2 credits each
**This course may be considered for transferable credit from a qualifying institution. See Transfer Rules.

GRADE POINT RATIO/AVERAGE (GPR/GPA) REQUIREMENTS

The following minimum GPR/GPA (out of a 4.0 scale) is required to earn the BS in TIM:

  • 2.0 cumulative
  • 2.0 in the TIM upper division core
  • 2.5 in the TIM Emphasis

LOWER DIVISION TIM CORE (PRE-TIM)

Students are required to have met the following lower division course requirements before enrolling in the TIM School program in Singapore (see Transfer Rules). Students who do not have these requirements completed by the time of entry may not be able to take all courses in the two-year, six-semester program.

  • Accounting 201 – Introduction to Financial Accounting (or transferable equivalent)
  • Accounting 202 – Introduction to Management Accounting (or transferable equivalent)
  • ICS 101 – Tools for the Information Age (or transferable equivalent)
  • TIM 101 – Introduction to Travel Industry Management (or transferable equivalent)

UPPER DIVISION TIM CORE

The upper division core is comprised of seven courses that provide the essential basis for a solid foundation in business and services management. In order to graduate, the student must attain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 for these courses.

  • TIM 301 – Legal Environment of the Travel Industry
  • TIM 302 – Information Systems Technology
  • TIM 303 – Management of Service Enterprises
  • TIM 304 – Principles of Travel Industry Marketing
  • TIM 305 – Financial Management for the Travel Industry
  • TIM 306 – Human Resources Management
  • Statistics – May be fulfilled by taking a number of transferable statistic courses: BUS 310, NREM 310, SOCS 225, ECON 321. See Transfer Rules for more information on this course.

TIM INTERNSHIP

Students must complete 800 hours of work experience in the travel industry and earn credit for TIM 100 (2 credits), TIM 200 (2 credits), and TIM 300 (2 credits). TIM 100 and 200 are eligible for transferable credit – see Transfer Rules. The following general guidelines should be followed in completing the internship program:

  • Students should complete TIM 100 during their first year in TIM, ideally during their first semester. TIM 100 is eligible for transferable credit – see Transfer Rules.
  • Students should complete the first 400 hours of approved internship field experience before enrollment in TIM 200. TIM 200 is eligible for transferable credit – see Transfer Rules.
  • Students should complete their second 400 hours of approved internship field before enrollment in TIM 300.
  • The specific semester in which a student enrolls in TIM 200 or 300 should be the semester in which you complete the corresponding 400-hour field experience, or at the most, the semester immediately after the completion of the field experience.

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