Bachelor of Tourism & Hotel Management

Dec. 28, 2016, 1:59 p.m.

B.T.H.M. is an undergraduate Hotel Management course. The course acts as a combination of Bachelor of Hotel Management program and Bachelor of Tourism Administration course. The course study offers candidates with adequate technical and business skills in the areas of hotel and tourism management. The course provides the students the opportunity to acquire relevant knowledge and cultivate global competencies with an understanding of basic geographical skills, key cultural concepts, processes and strategic travel management in order to seek gainful employment in the sector. The course opens many jobs after its successful passing in various fields.

How is Bachelor of Tourism & Hotel Management Beneficial?

  • The course is beneficial to learn about the international tourism industry, design and planning of environmentally friendly resorts, ecotourism, motivation of travellers and factors affecting tourist behaviour.
  • Students gain expertise in managing visitor attractions, the protection and management of heritage and historic sites, tourism in rural areas, and the promotion and marketing of tourism products.
  • It also provides a wide range of employment opportunities at sporting festivals and large leisure events, and in international, national and regional organizations such as tourism boards, hotels and resorts, international tourism consultancies and historic attractions.

Eligibility        

  • 10+2 or any other equivalent qualification with minimum 50% marks.
  • Some of the very reputed universities and colleges conduct entrance examination for admission.

Syllabus

 Year I

Sr. No.

Subjects of Study

1

Food & Beverage Production I            

2

Food & Beverage Service I

3

Hotel House Keeping I

4

Front Office Management I (English)

5

Business Communication I (English)

6

Hygiene & Sanitation

7

Hotel Accounting I

8

Business Law

 Year II

1

Food & Beverage Production II

2

Food & Beverage Service II

3

Business Communication (French)

4

Engineering & Maintenance

5

Tourism Management I

6

Food Science & Nutrition I

7

Hotel Accounting II

8

Hotel Economics

Year III

1

Food & Beverage Production III (Quantity food Production)

2

Food & Beverage Service III

3

Hotel House Keeping II

4

Hotel Management I

5

Tourism Management II

6

Food Science & Nutrition II

7

Computer Application

8

Hotel Economics & Statistics

9

Project Work I (Compulsory)

 Year IV

1

Food & Beverage Production I (Bakery & Confectionery)

2

Food & Beverage Operations

3

Front Office Management II

4

Hotel Management II

5

Tourism Management III

6

Compulsory Project II

7

Marketing & Public Relations

8

Project Work (Compulsory)

9

Project Work (Optional)

 

Course Suitability

  • Graduates will have the capacity for self-direction, self-reliance and personal accountability as tourism and hospitality industry professionals.
  • They should be able to display social awareness and ethics in the professional work environment and demonstrate the knowledge and insight into the international environment relevant to working as a professional in the global tourism and hospitality industry.
  • They should have good communication and presentation skills which are essential for the industry.
  • They should also possess skills like friendly personality, ability to handle people, verbal fluency and aptitude for languages, etc.

Bachelor of Tourism & Hotel Management Colleges

  • Christ University, Bangalore
  • University of Calicut, Calicut
  • Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai

Employment Areas

  • Fast Food Chains
  • Cultural Industries
  • Tour Companies
  • Educational Institutions
  • Recreation and Sport Industries
  • Hotel and Allied Hospitality Industry
  • Flight Kitchens Services
  • Tourism Development Corporations
  • Transportation & Travel Agencies

Job Types

  • Tour Management Executive
  • Activity Manager
  • Sales/Business Development Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Assistant Materials Manager
  • Housekeeping Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Assistant Housekeeping Manager
  • Business Development Manager
  • Health Club Assistant/Manager
  • Front Office Assistant/Tele-caller
  • Travel Consultant

Advance Courses in Bachelor of Tourism & Hotel Management

  • M.Sc. (Hotel Management and Tourism)
  • M.B.A. (Tourism & Hotel Management)
  • M.Phil. (Tourism and Hotel Management)

 

 



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