• The ICFAI University,  Mizoram

The BTTM Program

The BTTM Program

Application Kit

The Bachelor of Travel and Tourism Management (BTTM) Program provides insights into the Travel and Tourism Management industry and prepares students for a career in this fast growing field. It equips the students with the necessary skills, knowledge and exposure to the management and organization involved in providing products and services in this industry.

Four years.

Award of Degree:
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded the “Bachelor of Travel and Tourism Management” Degree by the University.

Pass in Class XII (any discipline) with minimum 40% aggregate marks. Final year students awaiting results may also apply.

Program Structure:
The BTTM Program consists of 31 courses covered in eight semesters spread over four years. Students are additionally required to complete two summer projects at the end of Year-I and Year-II respectively and an Internship in Year-IV.

BTTM Program Structure
Semester-I Semester-II
  • Introduction to Tourism & Hospitality
  • Business Statistics
  • Tourism Organisations
  • Travel Agency & Tour Operations
  • English Language I (Compulsory)
  • Heritage of India
  • Accounting
  • Geography of Tourism
  • Event Management
  • English Language - II (Compulsory)
Summer Project I
Semester-III Semester-IV
  • Technical Report Writing
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Airlines Ticketing
  • Adventure Tourism
  • Environment Studies (Compulsory)
  • Marketing Management
  • Research Methodology
  • Hotel & Resort Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Computer Concepts (Compulsory)
Summer Project II
Semester-V Semester-VI
  • Business Law
  • Travel Documentation
  • Tour Organization
  • Choice Based Elective - I
  • Soft Skills - I
  • Foreign Language
  • Hotel & Resort Management
  • International Tourism
  • Choice Based Elective - II
  • Soft Skills II
Semester-VII Semester-VIII
  • Specialization - I
  • Specialization - II
  • Specialization - IIII
  • Specialization - IV
  • Specialization - V

The program structure is subject to change (if required).