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School of Hotel, Leisure & Restaurant Management

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management Specialized in Hotel and Restaurant Administration

The Hotel and Restaurant Administration Program is a Bachelor of Science Degree Program that provides foundation and specialization study in the Hotel Management field through academic, laboratory and field internship experiences.  The program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the students to ensure efficiency and to prepare the students to be supervisors in the Hospitality industry.  The program is designed in two depth areas in the Hotel field operations and management, which is to prepare students for employment in a variety of hotel positions in the growing hotel field.

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Program Highlights

  • Program 1
  • Program 2
  • Program 3

Curriculum Highlights

Total Program Units, Standard Completion Time, Summary of specialized subjects

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Possible Career Opportunities

  • Hotel Manager: As a Hotel Manager, graduates can oversee the daily operations of a hotel or resort. They are responsible for managing staff, ensuring guest satisfaction, overseeing financial performance, and maintaining the overall quality and standards of the establishment.
  • Restaurant Manager: Graduates can work as Restaurant Managers, responsible for the smooth functioning of restaurants, cafes, or food and beverage outlets. They manage staff, handle customer service, optimize operations, and work to improve the dining experience.
  • Event Planner/Coordinator: With a specialization in Hotel and Restaurant Administration, graduates can pursue careers as Event Planners or Coordinators, organizing various events within the hospitality industry, such as weddings, conferences, banquets, and corporate gatherings.
  • Food and Beverage Manager: Food and Beverage Managers are in charge of all aspects related to food and beverage services in hotels, restaurants, and other hospitality establishments. They plan menus, manage inventory, control costs, and maintain quality standards.
  • Hospitality Consultant: Graduates can become Hospitality Consultants, offering their expertise to hotels, restaurants, and other hospitality businesses. They provide advice and recommendations on improving operations, customer service, and overall efficiency.


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