Degree Programs in AIT

UP AIT offers two types of degree programs: the BS Tourism (undergraduate) and the Graduate Diploma leading to a Master of Science Degree (graduate). 

Both programs have their own set requirements, criteria for admission, and application deadlines.

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Undergraduate Program

The BS Tourism Program of UP AIT is a four-year course focused on developing leaders with a broad understanding and knowledge relevant to tourism development and management. The program includes courses on:

  • Functional areas of management (marketing, finance & accounting,
    human resources, etc.)
  • Industrial sectors of tourism (transportation, accommodation, travel
    services, and Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE)
  • Tourism development and management (planning, ecotourism,
    Philippine culture and tourism, special topics, etc.)
  • Tourism research (research methods and thesis writing) and
  • General education (arts and humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and statistics)
  • Internship in any of the industrial sectors of tourism

To be admitted to the BS Tourism Program, a student must either be a freshman or a transfer student from other UP campuses or other Colleges/Universities. For more information, click here for the admission requirements.

To know more about the courses taught in the BS Tourism program, please view the following links:

Graduate Program

The Graduate Diploma in Tourism Development and Management (GDip TDM), which leads to the Master of Science in Tourism Development and Management (MSTDM) program, is intended to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the complex processes of development and management of a globally competitive tourism industry. Both programs aim to contribute to the creation of an improved tourism society regionally and globally where the development of tourism is planned and there is proper stewardship of the natural resources and preservation of local culture.

The programs are designed primarily for persons who currently work in the tourism industry who are interested in augmenting their industrial experience with academic qualifications, and those who hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualifications who are interested in pursuing studies in tourism.

In order to advance to the Master’s Program, students of GDipTDM must maintain a 1.75 GWA to advance to MSTDM. Graduates from the diploma program will be given three (3) years to be able to credit his/her units for continuation towards obtaining the Master’s degree.

Click here to know more about the Graduate Diploma in Tourism Development and Management.

For admission requirements, click here.