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College of Arts and Sciences

VISION
Vision:
IFSU-Academic Centers of Excellence The College of Arts and Sciences is a center
for excellent programs for the professional
Republic of the Philippines development and training of individuals
MISSION IFUGAO STATE UNIVERSITY engaged in the realm of politics, governance,
Lamut, Ifugao tourism, behavior and the mental processes.
To provide quality education research and extension
Mission:
services to bring about educated and morally upright
College of Arts and Sciences Establish an effective system of education that is
individuals endowed with professional and responsive to the total educational requisites of
entrepreneurial skills, who will take the lead in Course Syllabus learners who will help and lead in understanding
and realizing the objectives of local and global
enhancing sustainable development towards improved development needs directed to service and growth
quality of life. I. Course Code: BST 129 of the individual human person as well as
communities.
GOALS OF THE UNIVERSITY II. Course Title: INDUSTRY TOUR 2 Goals:
The programs are tasked to focus on the following
1. Pursue Excellence in Instruction Services areas/components:
III. Course Units: 1 unit
2. Pursue Excellence in Research Services A. Curriculum and Instruction
IV. Course Description: Exposure to the businesses and agencies that make up the 1. Attune faculty and instruction through
3. Pursue Excellence in Extension Services
tourism industry. advanced education and exposures from
4. Pursue Excellence in Training Services related agencies and government
V. Course Outcomes: institutions.
5. Pursue Excellence in Resource Generation 2. Evaluate and develop curriculum and
6. Pursue Excellence in Administration and instructional materials.
The students:
Management B. Research and Publication
1) Observe the operations and management of tourism-related establishments. 1. Manage and publish researches on public
2) Be able to discuss the interplay and relationships of the different elements of policies, governance, tourism development
the tourism industry. and behavioral processes.
2. Initiate public lectures, debates,
3) Show understanding of the critical issues at the global and local levels conferences and other related creative
affecting the tourism industry. activities.
4) Create a Code of Conduct of Student Travellers C. Extension Services and Linkages
1. Establish linkages with other agencies,
organizations and institutions for resource-
sharing and to support the goals of the
College and the University
2. Prepare project proposals and other policy
formulations aimed at developing
communities
THE OBJECTIVES OF THE VI. Course Requirement Objectives of the
UNIVERSITY
1. Class attendance and participation PROGRAM
1. Intensify enhancement in instruction 2. Field trip to at least 3 industry establishments i.e. hotel, travel agency,
2. Broaden access to higher education tourist site Graduates of BS Tourism:
3. Promote student welfare 3. Group activity outputs/reports
4. Improvement of students performance 4. Proper behaviour and decorum during the Industry Tour (Code of
in licensure examination and
1. Manifest adequate knowledge of
Conduct) tourism both in the local and
employment
5. Intensify conduct of research international context
6. Increase presentation and publication VII. Grading System
or Research result /papers in national Mid term grade = 2/3 CS + 1/3 midterm exams 2. Exemplify cultural sensitivity and
and international fora/journals Final term grade = 2/3 CS + 1/3 Final Term Exams strong economic, social, moral and
7. Generate, package and patent Final Grade = 2/3 FTG + 1/3 MTG aesthetic values
relevant technologies
8. Empower extension and training 3. Create tourism industry related
VIII. Learning Plan (See next page) innovations through research
services
9. Intensify conduct of existing extension undertakings
training programs and activities
10. Undertake new extension and 4. Implement appropriate tourism
training programs focused on innovations through extension
technology sharing and application activities
11. Enhance existing income generating
project 5. Engage in wholesome
12. Maximize the utilization of entrepreneurial activities.
assets(lands)
13. Intensify resource generation and
networking
14. Continue modernizing the university
15. Continue improving administrative
proficiency and financial management
16. Adopt good governance by heart and
action of all university officials.
Learning Plan
Learning Outcomes Course Content Teaching & Learning Assessment Task Resources Reference
Students will: Activities
Week 1: Grading System and Inter-active discussion re Muddiest Point: Handout of Approved syllabus
Discuss the course requirements and Course Requirements grading system Each student to write course outline and
demonstrate understanding of the what is not requirements
computation of grades/Expectation understood
setting
Week 2 and 3: Elements of the Tourism Lecturette : -Powerpoint on LCD Projector Cruz, Zenaida L. 2013.
Explain and classify the composition of industry the elements of the tourism Video Principles of Tourism
industry. Part 1, Chapter 7
the tourism industry Introduction to Tourism:
Discuss the relationship of the -Think, pair and share on Quiz
importance, relevance and A Comprehensive Guide
elements of the tourism industry to the Travel and Tourism
inter-relationships of the Industry
industry elements
Week Four: Discuss the operations Operations and Inter-active discussion of Principles of Tourism
Seatwork/assignment
and management of various tourism- management of tourism- typical structures of II by Zenaida Cruz
on structures of
related establishments/agencies related establishments tourism-related
tourism businesses
establishments
Week Five: Identify the requirements Group presentation of Oral presentation Rubrics for CHED CMO 17 s
for the conduct of an industry tour requirements of industry assessment of 2012
-Explain and discuss with parents about tour presentation
the requirements of the subject Meeting of parents and Presentation LCD Projector
students
Industry Tour requirements
Week 6 & 7: Start the collection of Supervised collection of Accomplishment Prepared CHED Evaluation
requirements. Prepare documentary requirements report re medical accomplishment Tool
requirements for submission to CHED certificates, parents report format
consent, insurance,
etc.
Week 8: Analyze and assess proposed Industry tour structure Presentation of proposed Evaluation report re Prepared Itineraries and tour
itineraries for the Industry Tour itineraries and tour itineraries assessment packages from travel
packages guidelines agencies
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content/ Teaching & Learning Assessment Task Resources References
Subject Matter Activities

Week 9 & 10 Code of Conduct of Powerpoint presentation of Role play Prepared rubrics WTO webpage
Create a code of conduct of student Responsible Tourists WTO Code of Conduct Group output: Code for assessment of
travelers Role Play of Conduct role play
Group work on Code of
Conduct
Week 11 Collaborate on the outline Critical issues at the Inter-active discussion Presentation of Prepared Principles of Tourism
of the narrative report, with emphasis global and local levels discussion outputs discussion points (Vibal)
on observations re critical issues. affecting the tourism
industry
Week 12-14 Industry Tour Educational tour Decorum and Travel agency for
Visit and observe tourism-related behaviour arrangement with
businesses all concerned
establishments
WEEK 16 Evaluation of Industry Submission of Narrative Prepared rubrics
To be able to analyze and assess what Tour 2 Reports Narrative report for assessment of
was observed in the educational tour narrative report
IV. References
Cruz, Zenaida 2013. Principles of Tourism Part 1. Manila. Rex Bookstore
Cruz, Zenaida. 2013. Principles of Tourism Part 2. Manila. Rex Bookstore
Vibal, Victor R. 2010. Principles of Tourism. Pasig City. Anvil Publishing, Inc.
CHED CMO # 17, series of 2012
UN World Tourism Organization Webpage

Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by:

Eulalie D. Dulnuan Rommel B. Sumeg-ang, PhD


Instructor Dean, College of Arts and Sciences