College of Hospitality Management

The College of Hospitality Management (CHM) commits itself to the promotion of management proficiency and quality outputs through effective and relevant instruction aimed at providing advanced and specialized knowledge to enhance the quality of Christian life.

Course(s) offered

Introduction to the Course

The program related to the fields of hospitality and tourism education will equip students with competencies that are needed to execute operational tasks and management functions in food production (Culinary), accommodation, food and beverage service, tourism planning and product developments, events planning, transportation services, travel and tour operations and other emerging sectors of hospitality and tourism industry.

College of Hospitality Management (CHM) graduates should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of tourism industry, local tourism products and services
  2. Interpret and apply relevant laws related to tourism industry
  3. Observe and perform risk mitigation activities
  4. Utilize information technology applications for tourism and hospitality
  5. Manage and market a service-oriented business organization
  6. Demonstrate administrative and managerial skills in a service­oriented business organization
  7. Prepare and monitor industry specific financial transactions and reports
  8. Perform human capital development functions of a tourism oriented organization
  9. Utilize various communication channels proficiently in dealing with guests and colleagues

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (CMO No. 62, s. 2017)

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management prepares students for leadership and management roles in the growing hospitality industry. The curriculum provides a theoretical and practical foundation in hospitality management, balancing all common and core educational requirements with in-depth business and professional courses. The program places strong emphasis on the value of customer service, whether the focus is on hotel operations, dining services, convention/meeting planning, or overall management policies. Internships offer students the opportunity to apply their knowledge in a professional environment while gaining valuable industry experience. The hospitality industry is enormous. When you count everything from hotels, restaurants, and resorts to amusement parks, convention halls, stadiums, casinos, country clubs and spas, you can understand why some consider hospitality/tourism/travel to be the worlds largest industry.

A graduate of BS in Hospitality Management should be able to but not limited to, depending on the track /specialization:

  1. Produce food products and services complying with enterprise standards.
  2. Apply management skills in Food and Beverage Service and Operations.
  3. Perform and provide full guest cycle services for Front Office.
  4. Perform and maintain various housekeeping services for guest and facility operations.
  5. Plan, develop and evaluate tourism sites and attractions.
  6. Provide food and beverage service and manage the operation seamlessly based on industry standards.

Career Opportunities for BSHM

  • Hotel/Restaurant Managerial Position
  • Supervisory Level
  • Front Office Officer
  • Front Office Agent
  • Reservation Agent
  • Butler
  • Bellman
  • Housekeeping Manager
  • Room Attendant
  • Laundry Supervisor
  • Sales and Marketing Supervisor
  • Food and Beverage Supervisor
  • Head Captain
  • Food Attendant
  • Receptionist
  • Baker
  • Pastry Chef
  • Barista
  • Fruit and Vegetable Carver
  • Captain Steward
  • Chef
  • Bartender
  • Ice Carver

Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (CMO No. 62, s. 2017)

Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management pprogram seeks to produce graduates who are prepared for careers in the tourism industry.The Program provides students with a strong foundation in the field of travel, tour and event management which are essential for event planning, tour guiding, marketing and management a business associated with tourism.

A graduate of BS in Tourism Management should be able to but not limited to, depending on the track /specialization:

  1. Plan, implement and monitor tours and sales activities.
  2. Research, plan and conduct various tour guiding activities.
  3. Develop appropriate marketing programs and arrange the required travel services.
  4. Plan/organize, implement and evaluate MICE activities.
  5. Plan, develop and evaluate tourism sites and attractions.

Career Opportunities for BSTM

  • Travel Accountant Representative
  • Tour Coordinator
  • Local Tourism Officer
  • Airline Flight Attendant
  • Tour Escort
  • Staff of D.O.T or any other tourism – related institution
  • Ground Steward
  • Tourism Instructor