UNICAF University

BA in Hospitality Management

UNICAF University

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Typology Bachelor
Methodology Online
Duration 4 Years
Start Different dates available
  • Bachelor
  • Online
  • Duration:
    4 Years
  • Start:
    Different dates available

This degree is essential for all those wishing to follow a path in the hospitality and tourism industry. The hospitality industry and associated services is a huge and dynamic sector with excellent prospects and opportunities. The degree provides the students with all the necessary knowledge, leadership, analytical and communication skills and prepares them to engage successfully in this demanding sector of the economy. It provides the student with the necessary tools to add value to any organization operating in the hospitality industry. Upon completion students will be able to understand in depth the forces and the challenges that drive such a dynamic sector and will be able to interact effectively within any organisation in the industry. This degree is ideal for people wishing to enhance their position within their organisations while at the same time it offers excellent prospects for future employment in the fields of food and beverage, hotels and resorts, restaurant management and marketing.

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· What are the objectives of this course?

Hospitality management prepares the understudies and professionals with aptitudes to meet the difficulties and chances of the corporate world. The learning procured through this course would make our execution and vocation development free of any hassle and bustle. The course helps students to become experts in various fields related to the hospitality sector such as Food and Beverages expense control, front office operations, hospitality offices outline, housekeeping administration, acquiring and stock control, retail and buyer conduct, sanitation and wellness, and so on.

· Who is it intended for?

Once completed the program, the students can join the vast acreage of the hospitality industry in the country and also outside the nation. They can opt for various designations such as: Relationship Manager Event Manager Travel Advisor HR Consultant / HR Manager Service Head Operational Head Hospitality manager Catering manager/Director Banquet Coordinator and Supervisor Wellness instructor Surveillance Director/Operator Ticket Office manager

· Requirements

Regular admission to a Bachelor’s degree programme requires the High School Leaving Certificate or equivalent Applicants with a Diploma or Advanced Diploma may be considered for entry Applicants with a Diploma or Advanced Diploma in a relevant area may be considered for credit transfer

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Nhlanhla Prudence Sibindi
5.0 01/02/2016
What I would highlight: I am grateful for the offer and enormously value that I will have the capacity to propel my studies in administration at such a prestigious business college. I am obliged to the UNICAF Scholarship for helping me towards the further education.
What could be improved: No negative aspects.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

IT Management
IT Industry
Hospitality Industry
Hospitality Management
Hospitality catering
Hospitality Marketing
Writing Skills
Communication Skills
Restaurant management

Course programme

Section: Business Support Modules
Modules type: Core
Accounting I
Accounting II
Introduction to Management
Human Resource

Section: Language Expression Modules
Modules type: Core
Code Course Title Credits
Communication for business
Writing methods
Composition for English
University English

Section: Computer Modules
Modules type: Core
Code Course Title Credits
Computer Systems and Design
Digital Business

Section: Mathematics Modules
Modules type: Core
Code Course Title Credits
Introduction to Algebra
Quantitative methods
Introduction to Statistical Methods I
Statistical Methods II

Section: Social Sciences Modules
Modules type: Core
Code Course Title Credits
Principles of Psychology
Psychology II
Sociology: An introduction

Section: Hotel/Hospitality/Restaurant Modules
Modules type: Core
Code Course Title Credits
Hospitality I: An introduction
Introduction to Food Science
Maintenance and Housekeeping
Introduction to Front Office
Hospitality IT Systems
Restaurant Management
Food and Beverage Systems
Design and Layout of Food Service Activitites
Beverage and Food Control
Event Management
Tourism and Hospitality Law
Hotel Management
Intercultural Communication
Cultural Geography
Conferences Management and Exhibitions
Food Services
Quality Management in Services
Final Year Seminar
Professional Advancement and Career Planning
Transport and Hospitality
Tourism Environmental Management

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