CAVE HILL CAMPUS – BARBADOS
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
B.Sc. Hospitality & Tourism Management
DEGREE PROGRAMMES OFFERED: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
The Degree is awarded with Specials, Majors and Mi- nors chosen from among the following subject areas: Accounting • Economics • History • *Hotel Manage- ment • Labour Studies • Law • Management Studies
Mathematics • Public Sector Management • Politi-
cal Science • Psychology • *Tourism Management
**Hospitality & Tourism Management • Social Work
*Hotel/Tourism Management First Year courses ONYL. Second and Third years will be offered in the Bahamas
**Hospitality/Tourism Management Third and Fourth years ONLY. First and Second Years offered at the Barbados Community College.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: THREE YEAR PROGRAMME
Minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Profi- ciency (Grades I-II) or GCE subjects
Compulsory - English Language, Mathematics
Passes in at least two 2-unit CAPE subjects/two GCE Advanced level subjects or the equivalent.
This is a four-year programme which is offered jointly with the Barbados Community College.
Applicants are required to first complete: The two-year Associate degree in Applied Arts-Tour- ism and Travel.
The Associate Degree in Applied Arts-Hotel Cater- ing & Institutional Operations (or equivalent) with a 2.75 Grade Point Average (GPA) before being admitted to years 3 and 4 in the Faculty.
B.Sc. Social Work
DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Each applicant, irrespective of academic qualifica- tions, must satisfy the following departmental re- quirements:-
Request two (2) referees to submit to the As- sistant Registrar, (Admissions), CONFIDENTIAL references attesting to her/her suitability for professional Social Work.
FOUR YEAR PROGRAMME
Minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Profi- ciency (Grades I-III) or GCE O-Level subjects Compulsory-English Language and one (1) of a foreign language, Elementary Mathematics, Ge- ography, or an approved Science subject.
Submit along with the application forms, a per- sonal statement of between 250 and 300 words in length, giving his/her reasons for wanting to study for the degree in Social Work.
Attend as requested for an interview with the Faculty of Social Sciences personnel or in re- spect of applicants from non-campus Coun- tries, with persons nominated by the Faculty.
a guide to undergraduate programmes 2006/2007