Students acquire the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their area of study) to make judgments that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
Students acquire the ability to gather and interpret quantitative, qualitative and spatial data relevant to make judgments that include a critical reflection on relevant issues of territorial, social, economic, legal, scientific or ethical, related to tourism.
Students understand the principles of tourism, its spatial, social, cultural, legal, political, labor and economic dimensions, and acquire a comprehensive vision of the tourism phenomenon.
Students understand the dynamic and evolving nature of tourism and the new leisure society.
Students understand the relationship between economy and society in a world strongly conditioned by technological progress and climate change, with the aim of developing tourism activities that contribute to sustainability.
Students acquire capacities to analyze the interrelations between the physical environment and human societies and their distribution on the earth's surface; as well as analyzing and interpreting spaces, landscapes and cartography.