Bachelor of Hospitality Management (Hons)

MOHE/MQA Code: 
N/811/6/0060 (MQA/FA 1690)
Level of Study: 
Bachelor Degree
Faculty: 
Faculty of Culinary & Tourism

Programme Overview

The Bachelor of Hospitality & Management (Hons) is an undergraduate academic programme that leverages on a unique learning opportunity in the combined disciplines of hospitality, tourism and management. The program comes with 2 different major; Hotel and Tourism track. Students pursuing the programme will be exposed both in the hospitality and tourism industry, by the support of the state-of-the-art learning environment used in the fields of economics, management and marketing.

The student will be independently exposed to conduct a mini-research, as well as need to think the possible ways on planning & execution environment to ensure the sustainability of the industry. Eventually, graduates of the programme are expected to be competent to handle not only the common hospitality and tourism practice but as well to provide advice on complex strategic issues in the business decision-making process.

Hotel Track
Student will be exposed to hands-on knowledge in hotel environment such as front office management, housekeeping practices, purchasing and cost control as well as techniques learnt in preparing food in the kitchen

Tourism Track
Student will be exposed to hands-on knowledge in handling guest during the tour, preparing tour packages and costing, sustainability issues in tourism as well as they ways to enhance the relationship between the tourism providers and customer.

Career Prospects

  • Industries related to tourism: Attractions, Lodging, Food and beverages, Transportation, Travel Operator & Agencies, Tourism related government agencies, event companies and tourism entrepreneur
  • Positions: Junior Executive level as a startup, ticketing and reservation executive, guest service officer, event planner, Front office executive, Housekeeping executive, Food and beverages associate, airlines ground and cabin crew etc.

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