Hospitality Management

“ASSOCIATE IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (AHM)”

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This course focuses on the operational management of a hotel, the practical management of hotels and tourism, and the opportunity to eventually acquire your own skills to meet the future needs of industry.

 


“BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT”

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This course covers planning, organizing, directing and analyzing the results of marketing program for the hospitality industry. Emphasis is placed on target marketing, marketing mix, analyze, product and image development, use of current media, sales planning, advertising public relations and collateral materials.

 


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

•  Must be a high school graduate. Those who did not complete high school education may opt to first attend Alternative Learning System (ALS)
•  College entrance exam. must pass the above average college entrance examination.
•  National Career Assessment Examination. This is required to determine your strengths in different career fields.

Qualification

• Comfortable rendering service to others

• Administrative skills – communicating, computing, organizing, planning, scheduling, or staffing.

• Communication skills – all about being able to convey information to people clearly and simply, in a way that means things are understood and get done.

•  Basic Arithmetic and Mathematical skills

•  Computer Literacy – is the ability to use computers and related technology.


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR BSHM GRADUATES

Entry Level jobs (minimal level of experience)

Housekeeping staff – clean corridors, lobbies, stairways, elevators and lounges as well as guest rooms.

• Front Office Desk Clerk/ Receptionist – performs routine clerical, secretarial and administrative work in answering telephones, receiving the public, providing customer assistance, data processing, and record-keeping.

• Travel Agency Staff – Arrange travel for business and vacation customers.

• Kitchen staff in Hotels/Restaurants – make sure employees perform a variety of tasks, from preparing the food, stocking supplies, serving, charging people for their food, handling cash, credit cards, and a cash register, cleaning tables and counters, resetting tables, greeting customers and answering questions.

Mid-Level Positions (Require trainings and a few years of experience)

• Restaurant Supervisor – They also work with suppliers and oversee the wait and hosting staff and the kitchen staff.

• Food and Beverage Supervisor – generally responsible for all of the business operations of a dining establishment.

• Front Office Manager – Ensuring the front desk provides a professional and friendly service for guests. Dealing with guests. Arranging staff scheduling.

• Hotel Supervisor – These tasks include making or confirming reservations, verifying and collecting payments, issuing room keys, controlling guest access to safe deposit boxes, and contacting housekeeping or maintenance when guests report a problem.


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