Bachelor of Hotel Management

Bachelor of Hotel Management

Entry Qualifications i. NVQ Level 5/6 or equivalent qualification in the field of Hospitality Management

or

ii. Any other qualification in the field of hotel and tourism with a duration of one year (01) full time or equivalent in part time offered by a Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission (TVEC) registered training provider or an overseas institution acceptable to the Academic Council of the University with minimum two years (02) of experience in a hotel rating three (03) star or above

Note

  • Those who possess experience at middle managerial level will be given priority
  • NVQ equivalency of a qualification should be certified by the Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission (TVEC) or Committee on Equating or Validating certificates and diplomas of National Apprentice and Industrial Training Authority (NAITA).
Duration 3 years
Modules Year 1

  • English as a Second Language I
  • Microeconomics
  • Business research methods
  • Introduction to accounting
  • Introduction to Building Services in Hotels
  • International Management
  • English as a Second Language II
  • Introduction to marketing
  • Statistics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Energy Management in Hotels
  • Consumer behavior
Year 2

  • Introduction to hospitality and tourism industry
  • Lodging operation management
  • Food & beverage management
  • Hospitality managerial accounting
  • Sri Lankan History, culture and society
  • Hospitality sales & marketing
  • E-commerce
  • Meetings, Incentives, Conference and Events (MICE)
  • Human resource management and hospitality law
  • Science, technology and environment
  • Meditation and Stress Management
Year 3

  • Hospitality technology
  • Risk management
  • Wines and beverages of the world
  • Service quality management
  • Ethics and corporate social responsibility
  • Revenue management
  • Global sustainable development
  • Strategic hospitality management
  • Capstone thesis project
  • Photography
  • Internship

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