Hospitality Management

1. Program Description

 

  • Faculty: Business Administration

 

  • Degree conferred: Bachelor in Business Administration- Hospitality Management

 

  • Overview of the program: This program provides students with an academic qualification that is attractive to the potential employers and the skills and ability to enter the working world in the hospitality industry. Beside the general and foundation courses, the students will have to complete a number of core course to develop the hospitality skills and knowledge including the Hospitality Management & Supervision, Resort & Recreation Management, Service Marketing, and Restaurant – Bar Operation Management, House – Keeping Management, and other hospitality-based course.

     

    To ensure that the program always reflects the current trend of the hospitality industry, we make extensive use of case studies, simulations and hotel visits. The students can stimulate and practice their Front Office and Housekeeping skills and knowledge at the stimulation room located at Ton Duc Thang University.

     

    The program consists of 7 semesters spanning 3 and a half years plus 1 semester of industry training at well-known hotels in Ho Chi Minh City.

 

 

2. Intended Program Outcomes

 

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

 

  • Work across a range of public and private organizations including leisure facilities, hotels, theme parks, conferences, exhibitions and event management.
  • Integrate and utilize principles from various business disciplines to develop solutions to business problems.
  • Demonstrate competency in professional written and oral communication.
  • Work effectively as a member of a team or as an individual to accomplish team’s and organizational objectvies.
  • Provide professional customer service skill, and perform responsibilities in an ethical manner.

 

 

3. Degree Curriculum

 

For general, minor and elective courses, only courses mostly related to the program are listed.

 

3.1. General courses

 

 

3.2. Foundation courses

 

 

3.3. Major courses

 

 

3.4. Minor or elective courses

 

 

3.5. Additional Courses and Requirements

 

  • Internship
  • Thesis / Graduate Exam
  • TOEIC 500