Education Law

Introduction we are of the idea that tourism represents a lot for the strategic development of any State. We believe that awareness and dissemination must be present both in formal education and non-formal; that said us heading to the theme of legal at the top level and the students of tourism-oriented education. From a historical perspective is not wrong to affirm that programmes of tourism in Latin America in general and in our country in particular are more or less recent and therefore its reflection is, from the scientific point of view in embryonic State. So recent is, that the UBA has not even been able (he did not want to, or have not left) include an academic offer of University character. The first dilemma of the tourist race (and what still is being discussed) has been if a Bachelor’s degree in tourism that contains knowledge of hospitality that should arise, or if treated as two different degrees with a common trunk; is not the object of the present to elucidate such enigma, but yes it is important stress since it directly affects the contents of legal matter that is intended to enter. Nor is it others clarify prior to any discussion and for reasons of market the universities, they were faced with the choice of incorporating their faculties or departments careers related to the hospitality industry. The second question then was: where? So some universities, opted for a humanist perspective and added them to their faculties of social sciences.

Others, from a vision more technique were inclined by attaching them to your demographics Department, or to the Geography Department. The most recent decided to create departments or autonomous powers, its location others subjected to structural causes. And finally, there were institutions that since a closest to the managerial interpretation placed them in the field of economic sciences; situation that incidentally coincides with the political definition of our country. But if a problem was locating the career of Bachelor in Tourism within a faculty, was no less problematic locate a field of law within the respective licentiates (in hospitality or tourism) since the beginning of the curriculum question was how obvious, that the policy that complement the vision of the professional future with the regulatory framework of the sector could not be absent.

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