Hospitality and tourism are two of the largest industries in the world today. Pursuing a career in either one promises a diversity of job opportunities to those who choose to go down this track.
College of Hospitality Management and Tourism
offers students high-quality education to equip them with broad knowledge of the hospitality and tourism industries, and with a variety of experiences and skills, so that they can become effective and efficient hotel, restaurant and tourism professionals, not only in the Philippines, but in other countries as well. No matter where you choose to go after completing the program, the learning experience will have prepared you to contribute to the quality of these industries.
Enroll in any of our programs, and welcome limitless career opportunities.
Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
The BHSM program puts together a broad range of knowledge and skills sets to prepare students in becoming professionals in the tracks they choose. The program integrates management, service and practical learning into the curriculum to train students to be at the forefront of hospitality management.
Career Paths / Related Careers: Graduates of this program may pursue careers in restaurants and food service, or lodging and accommodation service.
Should you choose to pursue the restaurant and food service specialization track, you may get into the areas of fine dining, quick service, casual restaurants, managed services, catering or beverages. Career opportunities under these include dining room positions, where you can serve in the frontlines, as bartender, barista, sommelier, head waiter, restaurant manager, and room service manager, among many others.
If you are leaning more towards the lodging and accommodation services track, you have career opportunities in establishments such as hotels, resorts and residences. The degree opens to you positions related to the front office (e.g., front office attendant, bell service porter, rooms division or reservations manager) and housekeeping (e.g., housekeeping attendant, room steward, floor supervisor, laundry manager), as well as in the areas of convention and entertainment, where you can work as a marketing manager, convention and event manager, or events planner; public relations, where you may be a PR professional or telemarketing staff; and sales and marketing, where you can be an account executive or supervisor. You may also pursue a career involved in recreation, leisure and special events, such as a spa manager, events coordinator and leisure manager.
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
The BSTM program equips students with the knowledge, competencies and skills needed in the tourism industry, through theory and practical application.
Career Paths / Related Careers: Graduates of this program may choose to pursue any of several tracks, namely: Travel, Lodging, Assembly and Event Management, and Recreation.
Under the Travel track, tourism graduates can work for airlines, on cruise ships and trains, and for other tourism-related establishments. You may become a tour guide, reservationist, public relations personnel, ticketing manager, and airline purser, among other roles.
The Lodging track, which involves the front office, human resources, and sales and marketing, opens opportunities for you as a sales representative, management trainee, HR staff, and front office staff or manager.
As information analyst, PR staff, sales representative or meeting personnel, you can go on the Assembly and Event Management track to work on big meetings, conventions and expositions.
Working in attractions, gaming, parks and recreation is something to pursue under the Recreation track. You may become a theme park guide, promotions staff, events coordinator, reception staff, or recreation specialist.
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics NEW
This degree program integrates the development of knowledge and skills, as well as the proper values and attitudes, required in the exercise of the nutrition and dietetics profession. Students are trained in three key areas of nutrition, namely: Hospital Nutrition, Community (Public Health) Nutrition, and Food Service, through academic and clinical theory, coupled with practicums in all three areas. In addition, students are taught the principles and procedures on food consumption for the therapy of persons suffering from a disease, as well as the techniques and management of food production.
Career Paths/Related Careers: Upon completion of the program, graduates are qualified to take the board exam for nutritionists-dietitians. Successful passers may opt for a career as nutritionist-dietitians in various areas (e.g. clinical, gerontological, neonatal, sports and fitness, therapeutic,), or pursue a career in the food service industry, research, quality control, product development, or become a wellness or weight loss consultant. Non-board passers have the opportunity to work in the food service industry or in healthcare sales.
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