Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management(BSHM)
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM) program is geared towards equipping students with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to provide quality service in the hospitality industry. The program contains subjects that will address the needs of different sectors in the hospitality industry, such as culinary, front office, tourism, resort and hotel operations. Its primary concentration is on the development of practical and management skills which are achieved through the combination of theoretical classes, practicum exercises and experiential learning.
Graduates of this course will possess business management and accounting skills to be able to compute daily sales, recipe costing/cost control and inventory management. The program also helps students to develop effective communication and interpersonal skills which are essential in establishing positive employer/employee/customer relations.
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM) Program aims to produce globally competitive hoteliers and restaurateurs imbued with a strong sense of SEAITnians values, professionalism and high ethical standards. To be more responsive to the manpower needs of the industry, the BSHM program broadened its provision from managerial theories to the development of skills, competencies, essential attitudes, ethics and professional values that enable students to adapt to changes throughout their career.
The College of Business and Management(CBM) is curretly facilitated with: Jestone P. Palate, MBA-HRM -College Dean.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR BSHM GRADUATES
Entry Level jobs
Jobs designated for recent/fresh graduates of BSHM who have no prior experience.
Front Office agent/Front Desk clerk – a person who takes charge of guest reception inquiries and reservations, checks in guests upon arrival as well as giving the best customer service to promote a positive first impression;
F&B service attendant – a person who takes customer orders, ensures tables are clear and carries dishes back to the kitchen area;
Housekeeping attendant – a person who cleans, changes linens and places things in order in hotel rooms;
Bartender or bar attendant – a person who serves alcoholic beverages; responsibilities include maintaining supplies and inventory for the bar and mixing a variety of cocktails;
Cruise Line Staff – maintains passenger cabins and runs the restaurant, bar, recreation area and retail shops inside a cruise ship; and
Commis – Junior chef.
Require years of experience and practice.
Food and Beverage Director – manages the whole operation and control of the food and beverage department;
Restaurant Manager – responsible in overseeing the entire planning, directing and coordinating operations of a restaurant; they are also tasked to do financial record keeping, hiring, handling and firing of employees
Front Office Manager – supervises front office personnel’s and ensures that all front desk duties are properly completed; they are also responsible in the preparation of the budget for the front office department;
Executive Housekeeper – supervises activities of cleaning personnels to ensure well kept hotel rooms;
Chef – a chef is someone in charge of the whole food service operation including menu planning, purchasing, hiring and staffing;
Food Service Consultant – independent professionals who have a wide knowledge and experience on food service and the hospitality industry, they serve as advisor to people and help them achieve their goals; and
Academician – a graduate of BSHM who teaches at a college.
Jobs not related to BSHRM that graduates can apply to:
Call center agent – answers phone calls and inquiries of clients and provides customer support, usually to people from other countries; and
Administrative Staff – personnel responsible for the organization and management of office duties and tasks; positions that include office secretary, personal assistant and office clerk.
Career Opportunities Abroad
BSHM graduates are one of the most sought after employees in terms of work abroad. Career opportunities are more or less the same with the above mentioned job positions. The salary levels can be 3 to 6 times higher than in the Philippines.
Linkages: Partner Industry’s
Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
Davao Hotels (Seda Hotel, Apo View Hotel, Grand Regal Hotel,WaterFront Insular Hotel, Hotel Tropika, Metropolis Suites)
Gensan Hotels (East Asia Royal Hotel, Greenleaf Hotel, RoadHauz,)
UTP Global Internship
Other Related Hospitality Industry Sectors
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