Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management

Programme Aims and Objectives
During this course, students will be able to study the principles of key hospitality management concepts. Students will be able to gain significant skills and knowledge regarding the hospitality sector and be able to successfully function in managerial positions in the tourism industry.

The degree programme sets out to provide the student with the necessary tools and competencies to add value to any hospitality organization. The variety and scope of the courses offered provide a sound grounding for entry-level supervisory/managerialpersonnel.

Aims of the Programme
The aims of the programme are the following:
1. Gain expertise in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry and associated fields.
2. Demonstrate theoretical knowledge, practical skills, personal attributes and competencies, as well as an ability to assess industry attractiveness, identify risks and opportunities of
developing business in a global environment that will be required for management positions in a variety of hospitality enterprises.
3. Choose and apply appropriate quantitative or qualitative methodologies to analyse problems and utilize modern technological and analytical tools necessary to support decision-making in tourism organizations.
4. Develop leadership and organizational skills towards communicating vision, inspiring employees and promoting innovation and change.
5. Identify and evaluate ethical issues and communicate justifiable resolutions for practical situations.

Objectives of the Programme
On completion of the programme the student should be able to:
1. collect and analyse data for the purpose of resolving issues directly related to the hospitality industry;
2. develop appropriate skills for the industry;
3. effectively and confidently interact within an organization;
4. problem solve both individually and inteams
5. effectively use resources in order to ‘learn how to learn’


Course Code Course Title
UU-Bsc-IND100-ZM Induction Module
UU-FNT-103-ZM Introduction to Bachelor Degree
UU-MAN-2010-ZM Introduction to Management
UU-ENG-1000-ZM Writing Methods
UU-MTH-1000-ZM Introduction to Algebra
UU-ENG-1001-ZM Composition for English
UU-COM-1000-ZM Computer System
UU-ACG-1000-ZM Financial Accounting I
UU-BBA-2007-ZM Business Communication
UU-MKT-2000-ZM Marketing
UU-BBA-2000-ZM Communication for Business
UU-MTH-2000-ZM Statistics I
UU-MTH-1005-ZM Quantitative Methods
UU-MTH-3000-ZM Statistical Methods II
UU-HRM-2045-ZM Hotel Management
UU-HOM-1000-ZM Hospitality I: An Introduction
UU-ACG-1001-ZM Accounting II
UU-HOM-1010-ZM Introduction to Food Science
UU-HRM-3070-ZM Food Services
UU-HRM-2037-ZM Tourism and Hospitality Law
UU-HOM-2010-ZM Maintenance and Housekeeping
UU-HOM-2020-ZM Introduction to Front Office
UU-PSY-1000-ZM General Psychology I
UU-PSY-1100-ZM Psychology II
UU-HOM-3005-ZM Restaurant Management
UU-HOM-3000-ZM Hospitality Information Systems
UU-HOM-3010-ZM Food and Beverage Systems
UU-SOC-1000-ZM Principles of Sociology
UU-HRM-2046-ZM Intercultural Communication
UU-HRM-2000-ZM Event Management
UU-MAN-4000-ZM Human Resources
UU-HRM-3040-ZM Conferences Management and Exhibitions
UU-BBA-4020-ZM Strategy and Business Policy
UU-HOM-3020-ZM Design and layout of Food Service Activities
UU-HOM-4080-ZM Beverage and Food
UU-HRM-4000-ZM Quality Management in Services
UU-HRM-3030-ZM Cultural Geography
UU-COM-3010-ZM Digital Business
UU-HRM-4050-ZM Tourism Environmental Management
UU-HRM-4040-ZM Transport and Hospitality
UU-INT-4000-ZM Internship Programme
UU-HRM-4010-ZM Final Year Seminar