Business and Management

You will gain strong foundations in business and management which are essential for establishing careers in the corporate world, or in setting up and running your own successful business venture.

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM)

Program Description

This program is designed to provide students with key competencies needed to become a professional hotelier or restaurateur. With additional courses in business management and entrepreneurship, this four-year program provides essential knowledge of the different sectors of the industry such as culinary, food and beverage, and tourism operations. The integration of theories learned inside the classroom and during on-the-job training prepares students to be globally competitive in hotel and restaurant operations.

Competencies

  • Organize and prepare food
  • Receive and store kitchen supplies
  • Select, prepare, and cook poultry, meaty, seafoods, and vegetables
  • Prepare hot and cold desserts
  • Prepare information relevant to tour itinerary
  • Manage arrangements and accompany visitors in accordance with tour itinerary
  • Provide link between kitchen and services areas
  • Provide food and beverage services
  • Provide housekeeping services to guests
  • Prepare and clean rooms and premises
  • Receive and process reservation
  • Provide accommodation reception services
  • Plan, develop, and manage events
  • Manage hotel and restaurant daily operations

Career Opportunities

  • Hot or Cold kitchen Cook
  • Pastry cook
  • Commis
  • Tour Guide
  • Banquet Supervisor
  • Restaurant/Outlet Supervisor
  • Headwaiter
  • Food and Beverage Attendant
  • Bartender
  • Housekeeping Supervisor
  • Housekeeping Attendant
  • Front Office Supervisor
  • Front Office Agent
  • Events/Function Coordinator
  • Resort/Club Supervisor
  • Management Trainee

Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology

Program Description

This is a non-board program designed to provide students with a strong foundation of knowledge and skills on accounting standards and techniques to prepare them for careers as bookkeepers, auditors and accounting staff. This will also equip them with specific skills of entry into the BPO industry and other accounting professions. The program will also prepare graduates for eventual entry into the regular degree program of the Bachelor of Science in Accountancy.

Competencies

  • Manage computer-based systems on internal control
  • Review financial data and systems
  • Review internal control system
  • Interpret management information systems to aid in business decisions
  • Collate and analyze account data and generate financial reports.

Career Opportunities

  • Financial Accounting and Reporting Staff
  • Management Accounting Staff
  • Bookkeeper
  • Tax Accounting Staff
  • Internal Audit Staff
  • Budget Analyst
  • Credit Analyst

3 yr. – Hotel and Restaurant Administration (HRA)
( Commercial Cooking NC II, Food and Beverage NC II, Housekeeping Operationgs NC II, Front Office NC II, Tour Guiding NC II )

Program Description

This three-year program is designed to equip the students with the additional skills and knowledge required of a hospitality practitioner. Aside from competencies in food and beverage services and culinary arts, additional competencies in Housekeeping, Front Office, and Tour Guiding are part of the curriculum. Courses on Management, Marketing, and Accounting will better prepare the students to be globally competitive in hospitality and restaurant administration.

Competencies

  • Clean and maintain kitchen premises
  • Organize and prepare food
  • Select, prepare, and cook meat
  • Receive and store kitchen supplies
  • Prepare stocks, sauces, and soups
  • Prepare, cook, and serve foods for menus
  • Prepare appetizers and salads
  • Prepare sandwiches
  • Prepare vegetables, fruits, eggs, and starch products
  • Prepare and cold poultry and game
  • Prepare and portion controlled meat cuts
  • Prepare and cook seafood
  • Prepare hot and cold desserts
  • Prepare pastry, cakes, and yeast-based products
  • Present food
  • Package prepared foodstuffs
  • Receive and process reservations
  • Operate computerized reservations systems
  • Provide accommodation reception services
  • Conduct night audit
  • Provide club reception services
  • Provide porter services
  • Provide housekeeping services to guests
  • Prepare rooms for guests
  • Clean premises
  • Provide valet services
  • Laundry linen and guest clothes
  • Research information relevant to tour itinerary
  • Manage arrangements for visitors
  • Accompany and guide visitors in accordance with the tour itinerary

Career Opportunities

  • PC Operator
  • Office Clerk/Assistant
  • Data Encoder
  • Busboy
  • Waiter
  • Food Attendant
  • Food Server
  • Commissary 1,2,3
  • Pastry Cook
  • Hot or Cold Kitchen Cook
  • Saucier
  • Room/Cabin Attendant
  • Houseman/Public Area Attendant
  • Valet Runner
  • Butler
  • Laundry/Linen Attendant
  • Reservation Agent/Clerk
  • Front Office/Desk Clerk
  • Receptionist
  • Bellboy/Porter
  • Concierge
  • Tour Guide

Bachelor of Science in Travel Management (BSTRM)

Program Description

This program is designed to produce professionals who are highly competent in the travel industry. Courses in the program provide students with the necessary skills, knowledge, and attitude in operating travel agencies, which include itinerary planning, costing, marketing, sales, and tour guiding. Aside from learning the basics in becoming a competent travel management professional, courses in entrepreneurship will also be learned. The integration of theories learned inside the classroom and on-the-job training will prepare students to be globally competitive in travel management operations.

Competencies

  • Research information relevant to tour itinerary.
  • Manage arrangements and accompany visitors in accordance with tour itinerary.
  • Book travel-related reservations
  • Administer billing and settlement plan
  • Issue air, sea, and land tickets and multi-purpose documents
  • Operate an automated information system
  • Source and provide destination information and advice
  • Access and interpret product information
  • Promote tourism products and services
  • Plan, develop, and manage events

Career Opportunities

  • Travel Agency Manager
  • Concierge/Agent
  • Tour Guide
  • Bookkeeping Clerk
  • Counter Sales Representative
  • Ticketing/Reservation Officer
  • Travel Adviser/Consultant
  • Tourist Information Officer
  • Tourism Desk Officer
  • Events/ Function Coordinator
  • Management Trainee
  • Travel and Tour Planner
  • Destination Specialist
  • Travel Consultant
  • Documentation Officer
  • DOT Staff

 

 

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