TOURISM HOSPITALITY

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PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
The Tourism & Hospitality Manager is a bilingual professional able
to design, develop, manage and trade tourist products based on
international standards.
Able to receive and serve multicultural customers aiming at satisfying
their existing and potential needs on the basis of current standards.
Able to develop new tourism and hospitality projects on sustainable
basis and complying with the best practices of corporate and social
responsibilities.
MINOR DEGREE
It requires approval of all courses to the left of the dotted line plus
internship II and the graduation portfolio.
CERTIFICATE
1. Tour guide certificate.
2. Receptionist & housekeeper certificate.
3. Reservations & BSP agent certificate.
4. Marketing & sales agent certificate.
5. Meeting & convention certificate.
TOURISM &
HOSPITALITY
WORK FIELD DESCRIPTION
A graduate has the skills to work in administrative positions, both
locally and internationally, with different types of enterprises of
the tourism industry: hotels, Bed & Breakfast, hostels, restaurants,
cruises, convention centers, catering and events, tour operators,
wholesaler and travel agencies, public administration and
municipalities, tourist information and promotional offices,
consultancies, air transportation enterprises, rent a cars; as
well as, be able to undertake its own business venture.
ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENT
Basic English II approved.
CAMPUSES
Antonio Varas, Valparaíso.
FULL
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ENGLIS
Infórmate en www.duoc.cl de las jornadas en que se dicta
esta carrera según cada sede (diurno y vespertino).
TOURISM &
HOSPITALITY
PRIMER AÑO
TÍTULO
MODALIDAD DE ENSEÑANZA
TOTAL CRÉDITOS CARRERA
Tourism & Hospitality Manager
Face to face
384
SEGUNDO AÑO
TOUR GUIDE CERTIFICATE
TERCER AÑO
CUARTO AÑO
RECEPTIONIST & HOUSEKEEPER
CERTIFICATE
RESERVATIONS & BSP AGENT
CERTIFICATE
MARKETING & SALES AGENT
CERTIFICATE
MEETING & CONVENTION
CERTIFICATE
DIMENSIONS OF
TOURISM
TOURISM
DEVELOPMENT
BASIC MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES
MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES
HOSPITALITY & TOURISM
MARKETING
MEETING & CONVENTION
MANAGEMENT
CHILEAN HERITAGE &
DESTINATIONS
CHILEAN ATTRACTIONS,
SERVICES &
PRODUCTS
WORLD ATTRACTIONS,
SERVICES & PRODUCTS
BANK SETTLEMENT
PLAN (BSP)
HOSPITALITY & TOURISM
SALES STRATEGIES
QUALITY CONTROL
TOURISM & HOSPITALITY
PROJECT ASSESSMENT
GDS & INTERNET I
WORLD HERITAGE &
DESTINATIONS
FOOD & BEVERAGE
LAW & SECURITY FOR
TOURISM
CUSTOMER
RELATIONSHIP
MANAGEMENT
REVENUE
MANAGEMENT
GDS & INTERNET III
REFRESHMENT
GUIDING & CUSTOMER
SERVICE
FRONT OFFICE &
HOUSEKEEPING
GDS & INTERNET II
ADVANCED ENGLISH
ESP
TOURISM
ESP
TOURISM II
INTERMEDIATE
ENGLISH
GRADUATION
PORTFOLIO
PORTUGUESE I
PORTUGUESE II
PORTUGUESE III
Level I to V
INTERNSHIP I
MATHEMATICS
FUNDAMENTALS
ALGEBRA
STATISTICS
INTERNSHIP II
Level I to II
COMUNICACIÓN
ESCRITA
COMUNICACIÓN
ORAL
PHYLOSOPHICAL
ANTROPOLOGY
ETHICS
INNOVATION AND
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
INNOVATION PROJECTS
OPTIONAL COURSES
CHRISTIAN FAITH FUNDAMENTALS
Minor Degree: it requires approval of all courses to the left of the
dotted line plus internship II and the graduation portfolio.
Los colores de las asignaturas indican su relación con tipos de competencias:
Profesionales
Básicas
Graduation Portfolio and Internship
Empleabilidad
Formación Complementaria y Optativos
Level I to VII