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Hospitality Management, Bachelor of Arts

4 Years, min 254 ECTS

Accredited Programme

Aim of the Programme

The aim of this Programme is to prepare Students for a rewarding career in the management of hospitality operations. It intends to develop Students’ critical thinking and to refine their analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills. It is furthermore meant to develop their managerial skills, abilities and competencies essential to all professional managers, with specific focus on those needed for managing hotels, restaurants and related operations. It provides diversified knowledge and broad and varied professional background required in the management and operation, as well as the marketing and sales promotion sections, applicable to a wide variety of hospitality industry settings, such as a modern hotel. It also offers training within the hospitality industry providing Students with the opportunity to integrate their academic skills with substantive work experience.

Intended learning outcomes  

  • Apply the major concepts, skills and values of a hotel and lodging industry to address problems and critically analyze and evaluate contemporary issues within the areas of hotel management.
  • Apply managerial skills, leadership abilities and competencies in the management of hospitality operations and human resources.
  • Use marketing and sales promotion strategies applicable to a whole variety of hospitality industry settings.
  • Recognize the scope and significance of outstanding guest service quality and its impact on the success of any hospitality operation.
  • Apply financial reasoning and performance analysis to evaluate issues in the hotel industry.
  • Acquire supervisory and managerial level training experience within the hospitality industry.

Language of instruction: English. 

Evidence of knowledge of English

Candidates whose native language is not English will be required to produce evidence of proficiency in written and spoken English, such as the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 500, the IELTS with a minimum score of 5.0, the GCE O.L or I.G.C.S.E in English language with a passing grade of at least “C”, or any other equivalent internationally recognized examination. 

Foundation Year

In case evidence of any of the aforementioned qualifications is not provided, the candidate will be expected to pass the College’s English Language Test, (CELT).  The College is using the internationally recognized Oxford placement test. If candidates do not succeed in this test they will be classified according to their score in one of the levels of Intensive English Courses, as indicated below, and they will be automatically registered in the Foundation Programme. This can only occur if Students satisfy all other admission requirements.

Foundation Programme:
Level 1 
Level 2

 

 

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

min 66 ECTS
COMPULSORY SUBJECTS   ECTS
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS BUS 102 6
ICT I CSC 101 6
COLLEGE ALGEBRA MAT 101 6
ACCOUNTING I ACC 101 6
MICROECONOMICS ECO 101 6
ICT II CSC 102 6
ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR MGT 223 6
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS   ECTS
BUSINESS MATHS MAT 102 6
BUSINESS STATISTICS I STA 101 6
PUBLIC RELATIONS MKT 120 6
ENTREPRENEURSHIP MGT 212 6
SOCIOLOGY LIB 104 6
CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR MGT 222 6
CULTURAL HISTORY LIB 107 6
CYPRIOT STUDIES LIB 105 6

HOSPITALITY CORE REQUIREMENTS

min 168 ECTS
COMPULSORY SUBJECTS   ECTS
INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY HTL 111 6
FOOD PREPARATION HTL 112 6
FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE HTL 113 6
HYGIENE & NUTRITION HTL 114 6
FRONT OFFICE PROCEDURES HTL 121 6
HOUSEKEEPING OPERATIONS HTL 122 6
FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING MKT121 6
FIN. ACCOUNTING FOR THE HOSPITALITY  INDUSTRY HAC 211 6
HOTEL INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT HMG 211 6
HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISION HTL 212 6
LANGUAGE A I XXX 101 6
LANGUAGE A II XXX 102 6
FOOD & BEVERAGE OPERATIONS HTL 225 6
FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS HTL 222 6
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT MGT 221 6
FOOD & BEV. MGT & CONTROL HTL 311 6
MEETINGS & CONVENTIONS HTL 313 6
ECONOMICS FOR THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY HEC 321 6
HOSPITALITY LAW HLA 321 6
HOSPITALITY SALES & ADVERTISING HTL 321 6
MIS IN HOSPITALITY CSC 411 6
FACILITIES & ENVIRONMENTAL MGT IN HOSPITALITY HTL 413 6
RESEARCH METHODS & STATISTICS STA 401 6
FINAL PROJECT  PRO HOS 6
INDUSTRIAL PLACEMENT IND HTL 6
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS   ECTS
DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE TOURISM TOU 221 6
RESTAURANT OPERATIONS MGT HTL 322 6
BAR AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT HTL 323 6
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FIN 411 6
LEISURE POLICY & PLANNING HTL 411 6
GLOBAL STRATEGIC MGT. IN THE HOSP. IND. HTL 412 6
SERVICES MARKETING MKT 311 6

 

TOURISM REQUIREMENTS

min 8 ECTS
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS   ECTS
TRAVEL & TOURISM I TOU 111 6
TRAVEL & TOURISM II TOU 121 6
TRAVEL GEOGRAPHY I TOU 113 4
TRAVEL GEOGRAPHY II TOU 123 4

FREE ELECTIVE/ LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

min 12 ECTS
No NAME QUALIFICATIONS RANK FT/PT
1 Agathangelou Lefteris MSc in Human Resource Mgt
Diploma in Marketing
Diploma de Tourisme
Lecturer FT
2 Antoniades George PhD Candidate
Post Graduate Diploma in Management
BSc in Business Administration/Marketing
Lecturer FT 
3 Christophidou Katerina PhD Candidate
MA in Education
Postgraduate Certificate in Modern Greek Studies
BA (Hons) in Greek Philology
Lecturer FT
4 Constantinou Andreas PhD in Business Administration
PhD Economics
MBA Finance
BA Economics
Senior Lecturer PT
5 Drousiotou Ioanna MSc Clinical Psychology
BSc Psychology
BSc Morse
Lecturer PT
6 Efstathiou Eleonora MSc Applied Maths
BSc Mathematics
Lecturer PT
7 Konstantinou Dora

PhD Candidate
MA in Educational Leadership and Management
BSc in Computer Science

Lecturer FT
8 Lara Henry BA Applied Linguistics Lecturer FT
9 Malkawi Elena PhD in Economics
BA in Economics
Senior Lecturer FT
10 Martin Paul MSc in Hotel Management
Diploma in Hotel Management
Lecturer PT
11 Neokleous Aggela MA in Education
BA in Philosophy, Education and Psychology
Lecturer FT
12 Panayidou Chryso MA in European Leisure Studies
BA (Hons) in Business with Tourism
BA in Modern Languages (Spanish & English)
HND in Travel & Tourism Mgt
Lecturer PT
13 Papathomas Konstantinos Diplom Ingenieur Architekt
Diploma in English Language, Literature and Comparative Literature
Lecturer FT
14 Petrou Maria PhD Candidate
Chartered Certified Accountant
Master of Business Administration
BSc in Applied Accounting
Lecturer
PT 

15 Prodromou Charalampos Master in Education
BA in Culinary Arts
Lecturer PT

 

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