Hospitality Management

VISION

A stewardship dedicated for the formation of values-driven, highly-skilled, and career-focused hospitality and tourism professionals

MISSION

To craft character, to coach towards quality skills, and instill hunger for knowledge among young students impassioned to transform themselves into world-class tourism and hospitality professionals

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

Program Description:

The BS Hotel Restaurant & Management (BSHRM) program currently named as BS Hospitality Management (BSHM) per CMO#62 is a 4-year degree program that provide the competencies needed to execute operational tasks and management functions in food production (culinary), accommodation, food and beverage service, tourism planning and product development, events planning, transportation services, travel and tour operations, and other emerging sectors of hospitality and tourism industry. It also prepares the students with a solid management focused education allowing them to be employable internationally.  Through affiliations and relationships with industry associations, professional organizations, and tourism operators, students will experience various range of facilities and services directed at real-life application.

Program Educational Objectives:

Graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management program are expected to attain or achieve the following Program Educational Objectives:

  1. Show a strong value system that encourages professionalism, leadership, integrity, and quality-orientation;
  2. Utilize in skill application to ensure safe, accurate, required performance and expand business, management, and general knowledge through global connectivity over the use of state of the art facilities brought about by information technology;
  3. Demonstrate the ability to listen to the guests; capacity to solve problems arising from business; shows to negotiate and behave well with guests;
  4. Demonstrate the drive to constantly acquire, hone, and upgrade hospitality management skills necessary to sustain competence and global competitiveness;
  5. Demonstrate proficiency in English communication and at least, conversational facility in one other foreign language;
  6. Display the ability to know, understand, analyze, and evaluate the variety of aesthetic frameworks and principles at work;
  7. Demonstrate community involvement and conduct researches concerning hospitality development program; and

BS Hospitality Management Graduate (BSHM) Attributes and Outcomes

CODE BSHM ATTRIBUTES BSHM GRADUATE OUTCOMES
HM1
Ethical Professional
Act in accordance with hospitality management student norms and with due regard for social and ethical responsibility
HM2
Competent in Management Skills and Technology Literate
Apply management and technical skills in hospitality services and operations
HM3
Creative, Critical Thinkers, and Problem Solvers
Approach on-the-job, classroom and laboratory issues with an analytical frame of mind and creatively solve problems with the flexibility to attend to details and view the whole situation in perspective
HM4
Skillful and Proficient
Create or innovate new products and services both complying with enterprise standards, and are exciting and vibrant, all intended to pamper the service recipients
HM5
Effective Communicator
Carry on oral conversation in English and use English for academic purposes in oral and written form
HM6
Leader and Team Player
Performs in simulated classroom or laboratory environment the basic functions of management such as planning, organizing, leading, and controlling, and displays appropriate social behavior
HM7
Reflective Lifelong Learner
Manages one's personal development, shows capacity to learn independently, demonstrates reading skills and manifests proficiency in obtaining information and learning from the internet, social interactions, and other sources
HM8
Career Ready
Demonstrates an attitude of openness to new learning and willingness to acquire new skills

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT

Program Description

The BS Tourism Management (BSTM) program is a 4-year degree program that provide the competencies needed to execute operational tasks and management functions tourism planning and product development, events planning, transportation services, travel and tour operations, and other emerging sectors of hospitality and tourism industry. It also prepares the students with a solid management focused education allowing them to be employable internationally.  Through affiliations and relationships with industry associations, professional organizations, and tourism operators, students will experience various range of facilities and services directed at real-life application. 

Program Educational Objectives:

Graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management program are expected to attain or achieve the following Program Educational Objectives:

  1. Show a strong value system that encourages professionalism, leadership, integrity, and quality-orientation;
  2. Utilize in skill application to ensure safe, accurate, required performance and expand business, management, and general knowledge through global connectivity over the use of state of the art facilities brought about by information technology;
  3. Demonstrate the ability to listen to the guests; capacity to solve problems arising from business; shows to negotiate and behave well with guests;
  4. Demonstrate the drive to constantly acquire, hone, and upgrade tourism management skills necessary to sustain competence and global competitiveness;
  5. Demonstrate proficiency in English communication and at least, conversational facility in one other foreign language;
  6. Display the ability to know, understand, analyze, and evaluate the variety of aesthetic frameworks and principles at work;
  7. Demonstrate community involvement and conduct researches concerning hospitality development program

BS Tourism Management Graduate (BSTM) Attributes and Outcomes

CODE BSTM ATTRIBUTES BSTM GRADUATE OUTCOMES
TM1
Ethical Professional
Act in accordance with tourism management student norms and with due regard for social and ethical responsibility
TM2
Competent in Management Skills and Technology Literate
Apply management and technical skills in hospitality services and operations
TM3
Creative, Critical Thinkers, and Problem Solvers
Approach on-the-job, classroom and laboratory issues with an analytical frame of mind and creatively solve problems with the flexibility to attend to details and view the whole situation in perspective
TM4
Skillful and Proficient
Research, plan, and conduct various tour guiding activities, with the end in view of testing out new ways of doing things
TM5
Effective Communicator
Carry on oral conversation in English and use English for academic purposes in oral and written form
TM6
Leader and Team Player
Performs in simulated classroom or laboratory environment the basic functions of management such as planning, organizing, leading, and controlling, and displays appropriate social behavior
TM7
Reflective Lifelong Learner
Manages one's personal development, shows capacity to learn independently, demonstrates reading skills and manifests proficiency in obtaining information and learning from the internet, social interactions, and other sources
TM8
Career Ready
Demonstrates an attitude of openness to new learning and willingness to acquire new skills
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