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Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

The Tourism and Hospitality industry is the world’s fastest and largest industry that offers a wide range of opportunities that promises a rewarding career. The Hospitality Management program responds to this challenge with a highly comprehensive blend of practical and theoretical courses. The program’s practical-based training is increasingly recognized as a standard to promoting excellence required in today’s world. Graduates of Hospitality Management will have a broad base of management and technical skills, which equips them to work in an international hospitality environment.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Major in Marketing Management

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management prepares the students with the skills necessary to fit in today and the future’s business demands. Furthermore, this degree focuses on integrating theory and practice so that graduates possess the ability to communicate and understand effectively. Students will gain from the technological emphasis of the College, which helps to better prepare them for their career choices.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Major in Human Resource Management

To create a basic understanding about the concepts of Human Resource Management, along with HR processes, including recent developments, and practical tools in the field of Human Resource Management, which are required to become a Successful Human Resource Manager.

Bachelor of Technical Vocational Teacher Education
Specialization: Food Service Management

Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher Education is a four-year degree program that provides students with the knowledge and skills to teach technical-vocational courses. It aims to equip the students with a strong theoretical understanding of teaching and technology. This program inculcates to students the deep understanding of the teaching and learning principles and theories needed in teaching technical-vocational courses. It also discusses how the educational processes relate to larger historical, social, cultural and political processes.

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