Tourism and Hospitality

Master Plan of Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality

4 Years full-time study
Number of credit = 123 Credits

Course Description

Tourism and Hospitality knowledge, technical skills and valuable insights into an increasingly complex and dynamic area are the hallmarks of our Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality degree. You will be prepared with highly developed capabilities and analytical skills that can be applied to a range of careers across the tourism and hospitality industries. This four-year degree is designed to create tourism and hospitality industry leaders and provides the management knowledge, technical skills and insights you need as an industry professional in an increasingly complex world. The course thoroughly explores the links between food and beverage, hospitality and tourism, while a flexible approach gives you the opportunity to focus on either tourism (an operational or destination focus) or hospitality (an operational management or food and beverage focus).

Course Objective

  • Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively
  • Evidences effective oral communications skills
  • Evidences effective writing skills
  • Able to produce technical reports
  • Able to make effective presentations
  • Demonstrates ethical behavior, social responsibility and cultural diversity within the modern career environment
  • Demonstrates ability to work in a multi-cultural setting
  • Evidences a commitment to corporate social responsibility
  • Demonstrates personal and organizational integrity as a part of ethical behavior
  • Able to analyze and manage the interrelationships among different business functions
  • Evidences basic knowledge relating to each functional area of business
  • Demonstrates a strong knowledge of how tourism and hospitality businesses operate and the contributions made by each functional area of such businesses
  • Demonstrates ability to analyze complex problems and issues
  • Able to cite contributions of each functional area to organizational success

Curriculum

Year I
Semester I
Semester II
No.
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
1
ITH101
Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality
3
48
ITIM102
Introduction to Tourism Industry Management
3
48
2
PRM101
Principle Management
3
48
PSQT102
Productivity and Service Quality in Tourism
3
48
3
AFS101
Accounting for SMEs I
3
48
BUL102
Business Law
3
48
4
MAR102
Basic Marketing
3
48
KAB456
Entrepreneurship II
3
48
5
ENT101
English for Tourism
3
48
AFS102
Accounting for SMEs
3
48
6
KAB123
Entrepreneurship I
3
48
ENT102
English for Tourism II
3
48
7




ECO102
Economics
3
48
Year II
Semester I
Semester II
No.
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
1
PUA201
Public Administration
3
48
FOM202
Front Office Management
3
48
2
ECT201
Eco-Tourism
3
48
FBM202
Food and Beverage Management
3
48
3
KAB789
Entrepreneurship III
3
48
MTS202
Managing Tourism Service
3
48
4
COA201
Cost Accounting
3
48
BUS202
Business Statistic
3
48
5
ENT201
English for Tourism III
3
48
ENT202
English for Tourism IV
3
48
Year III
Semester I
Semester II
No.
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
1
HOM301
Hotel Management
3
48
TCG302
Tourism Culture and Geography
3
48
2
KCC301
Khmer Culture and Civilization
3
48
PAS302
Package Service
3
48
3
STD301
Sustainable Tourism Development
3
48
TOR302
Tourism Regulation
3
48
4
HRM301
Human Resource Management
3
48
REM302
Restaurant Management
3
48
5
MAR301
Marketing for Service
3
48
MAR302
Marketing Research
3
48
Year IV
Semester I
Semester II
No.
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
1
TTAM401
Tour and Travel Agency Management
3
48
CTM402
Corporate Travel Management
3
48
2
TOG401
Tourist Guide
3
48
HRM402
Hospitality Relationship Management
3
48
3
TPD401
Tourism Planning and Development
3
48
TEM402
Tourism Event Management
3
48
4
REM401
Research Methodology
3
48
SMT402
Strategy Management Tourism
3
48
Total Credits =123
Total Hours = 1968

Career Opportunities

Tourism and Hospitality Managers are responsible for ensuring the smooth operations of the travel, hotel, tourist and other hospitality business operations to the satisfaction of their customers whilst complying with health, safety, environmental and other regulations and meeting high ethical standards and ensuring good returns on investment for the business owners. Graduates find work in government, large scale companies such as hotel chains, and smaller business operations. They may well start their own business within the tourism and hospitality sector for which opportunities abound in Cambodia.


Master Plan of High Diploma of Tourism and Hospitality

2 Years full-time study
Number of credit = 60 Credits

Curriculum

Year I
Semester I
Semester II
No.
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
1
ITH101
Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality
3
48
ITIM102
Introduction to Tourism Industry Management
3
48
2
PRM101
Principle Management
3
48
PSQT102
Productivity and Service Quality in Tourism
3
48
3
AFS101
Accounting for SMEs I
3
48
BUL02
Business Law
3
48
4
MAR102
Basic Marketing
3
48
KAB456
Business Law
3
48
5
ENT101
English for Tourism I
3
48
AFS102
Accounting for SMEs II
3
48
6
KAB123
Entrepreneurship I
3
48
ENT102
English for Tourism II
3
48
7




ECO102
Economics
3
48
Year II
Semester I
Semester II
No.
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
Code
Subject
Credit
Hour
1
PUA201
Public Administration
3
48
FOM202
Front Office Management
3
48
2
ECT201
Eco-Tourism
3
48
FBMM202
Food and Beverage Management
3
48
3
KAB789
Entrepreneurship III
3
48
MTS202
Managing Tourism Service
3
48
4
COA202
Cost Accounting
3
48
BUS202
Business Statistic
3
48
5
ENT201
English for Tourism III
3
48
ENT202
English for Tourism IV
3
48
Total Credits = 69
Total Hours = 1104