Bachelor in Hospitality And Tourism Management

ITM Institute of Financial Markets
In Navi Mumbai

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  • Bachelor
  • Navi mumbai
  • Duration:
    3 Years
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Starts Location
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Navi Mumbai
Plot 25 & 26, Sector 4,Institutional Area, Kharghar East, 410210, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

Bachelor in Hospitality And Tourism Management

An explosive growth of leisure, travel and tourism over the past decade has led to an inevitable global expansion of the hospitality and tourism industries which has made a significant contribution to national and global economies. This, in turn, has identified the need for well educated and innovative managers. The hospitality and tourism industries have evolved in many different ways and are characterised by growth, diversity, vitality and volatility within an ever-changing world. The degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management offers you an understanding of the nature of the product itself; an understanding of the political, economic and social context, within which the production and consumption of these products and services take place; an understanding of the management and organisation involved in the provision and consumption of the hospitality and tourism products and services; and a range of specialist applications and skills such as law and understanding of the research process. In addition, you will have the opportunity to participate in the workplace through a period of industrial placement.

Curriculum

Year I

Year II

Year III
Food Production & Nutrition Food Production, Hygiene & Sanitation Strategic Management

Food & Beverage Service Food & Beverage Service E-Tourism
Rooms Division Management Rooms Division Management Managing Hospitality Enterprise
Information Technology Hotel Accountancy Business Consultancy
Business Communication Food & Beverage
Management Contemporary Food & Drink
Basic Principles of Accountancy Hotel Law Sustainable Hospitality and Tourism Management
Principles of Management Research Skills
Introduction to Tourism Tourism Management
Industrial Training


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