Degree in Tourism

240 credits - Faculty of Tourism

Entry Profile

The Degree in Tourism is aimed at students who generally meet the following criteria:

  1. An interest in tourism (both from a business and a social standpoint)
  2. An ability for teamwork
  3. Motivation and concern for environmental issues, changing landscapes and socioeconomic imbalances
  4. A knowledge and interest in languages
  5. Creativity
  6. Self-starter
  7. An ability to make decisions and solve problems

 

Entry information

Number of places. Academic year 2018-19: 150

Entry Requirements Preferences
Batxiller title or equivalent (PAU) * according to entry mark  
Title of Technician (FP - vocational training) ** according to entry mark  
Being over 25 years old and passing an entrance exam Social and Legal Sciences  
University Degree  
Being over 40, having accredited work experience, and passing an interview  
Being over 45 years old and passing an entrance exam and an interview  
University Transfer  
University Transfer or Course Transfer  
Overseas Qualifications  

Calculation of the entry mark
For courses with limited places, the admission mark is calculated according to the following criteria:
* Access with the Batxillerat high school diploma or equivalent (PAU) : the entry mark is calculated (out of 14 points) taking the entry mark and based on the weighting parameters of the two best marks (weighted average) for the subjects passed in the specific test (voluntary).
* Access with a technician diploma (vocational training) : the entry mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average mark from the vocational training course and based on the weighting parameters of the two best marks (weighted average) for the subjects passed in the specific test (voluntary).

Weighting Parameters . Academic year 2019-20

List of coefficients by course
Batxiller Course Parameter
Business economics 0,2
French II 0,2
German II 0,2
Mathematics for the Social Sciences II 0,2
Mathematics II 0,2

For more details, please see the information on weighting for access to university

Cut-off mark

Remark : The cut-off mark is calculated after the process of awarding places, and it depends on the relationship between the number of places offered for the degree programme and the demand that exists. If the demand is greater than what is offered, then the last student admitted determines the cut-off mark.

Other useful information

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GTUR

Member 3
Rosselló Llompart, Maria Antonia
Member 4
Rosselló Villalonga, Cristina

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Tourism

Business Administration and Management
Business Administration and Management Degree in Tourism
  • 2200: Introduction to Accountancy I
  • 2609: Introduction to Accountancy II
  • 20511: Financial Accounting I
  • 20512: Financial Accounting II
2600: Business Economics I
20607: Introduction to Business
2602: Economic Statistics
20510: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
2603: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2604: Mathematics of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
2607: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
  • 2621: Commercial Management I
  • 2622: Commercial Management II
20509: Tourism Marketing I
2631: Applied Computer Science
21250: Information Technology Management
2645: Economy of Tourism
20500: Introduction to Tourism
2924: Tourist Contracting Law
20514: Tourism Industry Contracts

Business Studies (2002 syllabus)
Business Studies (2002 syllabus) Degree in Tourism
2185: Analysis of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
  • 2188: Computer Science Applied to Business Management
  • 2194: Electronic Information Systems
21250: Information Technology Management
  • 2400: Financial Accounting I
  • 2401: Financial Accounting II
  • 20511: Financial Accounting I
  • 20512: Financial Accounting II
2404: Political Economy
20600: Economic Environment
2407: Economic Statistics
20510: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
  • 2409: Marketing I
  • 2415: Marketing II
20509: Tourism Marketing I
2411: Labour Law
21236: Labour Law
2414: Microeconomics
20513: Microeconomic Analysis of Tourism
2416: Organization and Administration of Enterprises
20505: Organisational Design and Human Resources
2418: Macroeconomics
20520: Macroeconomic Analysis of Tourism
2421: Introduction to Business Economics
20607: Introduction to Business
  • 2641: Tax System II
  • 2642: Tax System III
20526: Taxation System
2646: Economics and Marketing of Tourist Enterprises
20509: Tourism Marketing I

Specialist in Business and Tourism Activities
Specialist in Business and Tourism Activities Degree in Tourism
902: Economics
20600: Economic Environment
903: Structure of the Tourist Market
20500: Introduction to Tourism
905: Tourist Geography
20501: Territorial Resources
906: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
  • 907: Financial Mathematics and Accountncy I
  • 909: Accountancy II
  • 20511: Financial Accounting I
  • 20512: Financial Accounting II
  • 907: Financial Mathematics and Accountncy I
  • 918: Financial Management
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
908: Enterprise Economics
20607: Introduction to Business
910: Personnel Management
20505: Organisational Design and Human Resources
911: Statistics
20510: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
912: Administrative Law
20504: Public Law in Tourism
913: Labour Law
21236: Labour Law
914: history of Art and Culture
20503: Cultural Heritage Management
915: English II
20502: English I
916: French II
20507: French I
917: German II
20508: German I
919: Production Management in Accommodation and Restauration
20535: Lodging Management
920: Production Management in Travel Agencies
20515: Tourism Operations Management
921: Publicity and Market Techniques
20509: Tourism Marketing I
922: Fiscal Law
20526: Taxation System
923: English III
20506: English II
924: French III
20523: French II
925: German III
20524: German II

Economics
Economics Degree in Tourism
  • 2200: Introduction to Accountancy I
  • 2609: Introduction to Accountancy II
  • 20511: Financial Accounting I
  • 20512: Financial Accounting II
2603: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2604: Mathematics of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
2607: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2613: Macroeconomics I
20513: Microeconomic Analysis of Tourism
2614: Macroeconomics II
20513: Microeconomic Analysis of Tourism
2615: Microeconomics I
20520: Macroeconomic Analysis of Tourism
2616: Microeconomics II
20520: Macroeconomic Analysis of Tourism

Degree in Business Administration
Degree in Business Administration Degree in Tourism
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20514: Tourism Industry Contracts
20514: Tourism Industry Contracts
20600: Economic Environment
20600: Economic Environment
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20604: Tax System
20526: Taxation System
20605: Microeconomics
20513: Microeconomic Analysis of Tourism
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
20510: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
20607: Introduction to Business
20607: Introduction to Business
21200: Finance Accounting I
20511: Financial Accounting I
21201: Finance Accounting II
20512: Financial Accounting II
21204: Production and Operation Management
20515: Tourism Operations Management
  • 21206: Cost Accountancy
  • 21220: Account Analysis and Auditing
20537: Balance Analysis and Management Control
  • 21207: Corporate Investment and Financing Decisions
  • 21217: Financial Management
  • 20516: Corporate Finance
  • 20534: Financial Management of a Tourist Enterprise
  • 21208: Design of Organisations
  • 21218: Management of Human Resources
20505: Organisational Design and Human Resources
21210: Spanish and World Economics
20543: Economic Context and International Conditioning
21213: Business Strategy
20522: Strategic Management
21214: Macroeconomics
20520: Macroeconomic Analysis of Tourism
21216: Commercial Management I
20509: Tourism Marketing I
21219: Commercial Management II
20519: Tourism Marketing II
21223: Practical Placements
  • 20529: Internship I
  • 20530: Internship II
21241: Management Skills
21241: Management Skills
21243: Social Responsibility and Business Ethics
21243: Social Responsibility and Business Ethics
21247: Promotional Tourism Management
21247: Promotional Tourism Management

Degree in Economics
Degree in Economics Degree in Tourism
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20600: Economic Environment
20600: Economic Environment
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20604: Tax System
20526: Taxation System
20605: Microeconomics
20513: Microeconomic Analysis of Tourism
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
20510: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
20607: Introduction to Business
20607: Introduction to Business
20611: Economic Structure and Situation
20543: Economic Context and International Conditioning
20613: Macroeconomics I
20520: Macroeconomic Analysis of Tourism
20620: Environmental Economics
20521: Environmental Economics in Tourist Areas
  • 20621: Analysis of Accounting Information
  • 20650: Accountancy
  • 20511: Financial Accounting I
  • 20512: Financial Accounting II
20625: Economic Evaluation of Projects
20539: Evaluation of Projects
20626: Economy of Tourism
20500: Introduction to Tourism
20628: Management and Incentives in Organisations
20505: Organisational Design and Human Resources
20633: Regional and Urban Economics
20544: Regional Economy

Tourism (1998 syllabus)
Tourism (1998 syllabus) Degree in Tourism
1634: Geography of Tourism and Leisure
21100: Geography of Tourism
1639: Planning and Assessment of Tourist and Leisure Areas
21141: Planning and Assessment of Tourist Spaces
2800: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2801: Cultural Heritage
20503: Cultural Heritage Management
2802: Law and Legislation
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2803: Market Structure
20500: Introduction to Tourism
2804: Accounting
  • 20511: Financial Accounting I
  • 20512: Financial Accounting II
  • 2805: Tourist Territorial Resources I
  • 2806: Tourist Territorial Resources II
20501: Territorial Resources
2807: Business Organization and Management I
20607: Introduction to Business
2808: Business Organization and Management II
20505: Organisational Design and Human Resources
2810: Production Operations and Processes
20515: Tourism Operations Management
2811: Tourist Marketing
20509: Tourism Marketing I
2812: Work Practice I
20529: Internship I
2813: Work Practice II
20530: Internship II
2814: Office Management
21250: Information Technology Management
2816: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
20510: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
2817: Economy of Tourism
20520: Macroeconomic Analysis of Tourism
2818: Labour Relations in the Tourist Sector
21236: Labour Law
2819: International Tourism
20543: Economic Context and International Conditioning
2820: Distribution Systems of Tourist Enterprises
20517: Tourism Intermediaries
2821: Public Law in Tourism
20504: Public Law in Tourism
2822: Tourist Accommodation Management
20535: Lodging Management
2823: Finance
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
2828: International Tourism Law
20546: International Tourism Law
2829: Tourist Contracting
20514: Tourism Industry Contracts
2830: Tourist Promotion
21247: Promotional Tourism Management
2834: Tax System of a Tourist Enterprise
20526: Taxation System
2836: Tourist Regions in the World
21100: Geography of Tourism
2840: English I
20502: English I
2841: French I
20507: French I
2842: German I
20508: German I
2843: English II
20506: English II
2844: French II
20523: French II
2845: German II
20524: German II

Automatic accreditation between higher technical programmes and university courses

Automatic accreditation of credits between courses on higher degree training cycles from the professional groups in the Balearic Islands and university degree courses in Tourism

CFGS .
Subject Credits
20400 - Basic Notions of Law 6
20502 - English I 6
20505 - Organisational Design and Human Resources 6
20511 - Financial Accounting I 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21250 - Information Technology Management 6
Total 36
CFGS Administration and finances
Subject Credits
20400 - Basic Notions of Law 6
20502 - English I 6
20602 - Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations 6
20505 - Organisational Design and Human Resources 6
20511 - Financial Accounting I 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
21236 - Labour Law 6
21250 - Information Technology Management 6
Total 54
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20502 - English I 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20509 - Tourism Marketing I 6
20519 - Tourism Marketing II 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21246 - E-Marketing 3
21250 - Information Technology Management 6
Total 39
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20502 - English I 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20509 - Tourism Marketing I 6
20519 - Tourism Marketing II 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21246 - E-Marketing 3
21250 - Information Technology Management 6
Total 39
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20502 - English I 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20509 - Tourism Marketing I 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21135 - Transport Planning 6
21242 - International Business 6
Total 36
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20500 - Introduction to Tourism 6
20502 - English I 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20505 - Organisational Design and Human Resources 6
20509 - Tourism Marketing I 6
20535 - Lodging Management 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
Total 48
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20500 - Introduction to Tourism 6
20502 - English I 6
20503 - Cultural Heritage Management 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
21100 - Geography of Tourism 6
20509 - Tourism Marketing I 6
20517 - Tourism Intermediaries 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
Total 54
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20500 - Introduction to Tourism 6
20501 - Territorial Resources 6
20502 - English I 6
20503 - Cultural Heritage Management 6
21100 - Geography of Tourism 6
20509 - Tourism Marketing I 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
Total 48
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20502 - English I 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20505 - Organisational Design and Human Resources 6
20525 - Quality Management and Customer Service 6
20536 - Food and Drink Management 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
Total 42
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20502 - English I 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20505 - Organisational Design and Human Resources 6
20525 - Quality Management and Customer Service 6
20536 - Food and Drink Management 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
Total 42
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20502 - English I 6
20503 - Cultural Heritage Management 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
Electives 6
Total 30

Accreditation of English Skills

Students who are in a position to request their Degree in Tourism, and who have taken at least the three English courses, are not required to demonstrate their English competence. It is directly accredited.

Academic Accreditation Committee