The study course includes obligatory subjects common for all students, which represent the basis of the whole course, as well as optional subjects which may be chosen individually by the students. The study plan is drawn in order to give the students the opportunity to both qualitative and quantitative proliferation in accordance with the labour market needs. The obligatory subjects are related to basic principles of the study course. Optional subjects enable the students to choose freely the area of tourism they would like to specialize in, together with consideration of their previous education and work experience.
The first part of the proposed study plan is composed of subjects concerning the spa management – health and healthy life style, nutrition trends, gastronomy in spa resort, running the spa centres, manners and diplomatic norms. The second part of the study programme aims at the areas of tourism – tourism and its services, geography of the tourism, history of culture, methodology of tourist guide, animation, fair and exhibitions presentations.
The study plan also includes professionally aimed disciplines of economics important for understanding the mutual relationships in this specific area of enterprise. Subjects such as business economy, law in tourism, computer technologies for spa and tourism, spa and tourism management or service marketing are taught.