Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality

Abbreviation: BSTH


  • To enhance students awareness of the growing importance of the Tourism & Hospitality industry to our society, nation and the world.
  • To develop the appropriate knowledge, values and skills that support the development of the industry.
  • To develop the ability to apply the knowledge and skills they acquire from the subject to a wide range of contexts, and gain pre-employment experience in selected sectors of the industry.


  • F.Sc/FA/I.Com or Equivalent Qualification with 2nd Division.
  • Clearance of admission test conducted by FUI.

Note: Applicants must meet the minimum eligibility criteria mentioned above to be considered for admission to the program; however, meeting these criteria does not guarantee admission.



  • 16 years if earned credits in degree are 132 or more.


Semester – I

  • English I
  • Pakistan Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Principles of Management
  • Cultural History of Pakistan
  • Intro to Tourism & Hospitality

Semester – V

  • Tourism Management
  • Tourism and Hospitality Laws
  • Front Office Operations & Management
  • Tourism: Concepts and Principles
  • Tourism Marketing
  • Heritage Management


Semester – II

  • English II
  • Intro to Computer
  • Intro to Archaeology
  • Intro to Psychology
  • Islamic Studies / Ethics
  • Pakistan – Tourist Destinations

Semester – VI

  • Event Management
  • Logic & Critical Thinking
  • Sacred/Religious Tourism
  • Travel & Tour Operations
  • Sports and Adventure Tourism
  • Project Management


Semester – III

  • Technical Writing and Presentation Skills
  • Sustainable Tourism
  • Intro to Sociology
  • Organizational and Consumer Behavior
  • Cultural Tourism

Semester – VII

  • Restaurant Management
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Tourism Planning and Development
  • Culinary Art
  • Research Project-I


Semester – IV

  • English IV/Statistics/Univ. Optional*
  • Hospitality Operations
  • Public Relations
  • House Keeping Operations and Management
  • Tourism Geography

Semester – VIII

  • Research Project-II
  • Emerging Trends in Tourism and Hospitality
  • Human Resource Management
  • Destination Branding
  • Tourism and Peace