Course Name

BHM

Course Code

LUC - BHM

Course Duration

4 Years | 8 Semesters

Credit Hours

132 Hrs.

Entry Requirement

+2 Passed or Equivalent

Intake

Fall

Accrediation

MQA | TU | MOE

Time

Morning

The Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Management at Texas College of Management and IT prepares students to enter the vast world of Hotel Management, Hospitality and Tourism as Managers, Entrepreneurs, Leaders, Chefs, Supervisors, Bar Managers via strategic approach to business. Moreover, with professional national and international internships, industry exposure, hands-on hospitality courses and specializations, we add value to their career potential and job placement. We also assist our students via special career counselling by our international certified career coach in house, which results in better career placements both home and abroad on completion of this globally recognized degree.

Reasons to choose Texas BHM

  • Industry exposure internship
  • No hidden cost to be paid to the college
  • Special career counseling
  • Internship and Placement (home and abroad)
  • Personality development training
  • HACCP & food safety training
  • Ice & fruits carving training
  • Bakery/pastry training
  • Language(French/Chinese) training

Course Details

Texas BHM is 4 years degree with specialization. Texas BHM is a regular and full time 6 hours, 8 semesters, 132 credit hours program structured to provide the experiential learning, project-based approach and practical training which provides students with the necessary competencies to function effectively as leaders in the industry.

Semester 1 | Year 1

S.N Course Name Course Code Status Credit Hours
1 Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management Major 3 Hrs.
2 Housekeeping Operation 4 Hrs.
3 Front Office Operation 4 Hrs.
4 Food & Beverage Service Skill 4 Hrs.
5 Fundamental of Computer in Hotel: Concept & Application 4 Hrs.
6 English for Academics 3 Hrs.
Total 22 Hrs.

Semester 2 | Year 1

S.N Course Name Course Code Status Credit Hours
1 Front Office Management 4 Hrs.
2 Housekeeping Management 4 Hrs.
3 Food Production Operations 4 Hrs.
4 Food & Beverage Service Operation 4 Hrs.
5 Hospitality English 3 Hrs.
6 Fundamentals of Management 3 Hrs.
Total 22 Hrs.

Semester 3 | Year 2

S.N Course Name Course Code Status Credit Hours
1 Food Science and Nutrition 4 Hrs.
2 Accounting for Hospitality 3 Hrs.
3 Food Production Management 4 Hrs.
4 Beverage Study 4 Hrs.
5 Hospitality Human Resource Management 3 Hrs.
6 Hotel French 3 Hrs.
Total 21 Hrs.

Semester 4 | Year 2

S.N Course Name Course Code Status Credit Hours
1 Food and Catering Management 4 Hrs.
2 Introduction to Economics 3 Hrs.
3 Organizational Behavior 3 Hrs.
4 Entrepreneurship 3 Hrs.
5 Restaurant Business Operation 4 Hrs.
6 Hospitality Service Marketing 3 Hrs.
Total 20 Hrs.

Semester 5 | Year 3

S.N Course Name Course Code Status Credit Hours
1 Revenue Management 3 Hrs.
2 Purchasing and Cost Control 3 Hrs.
3 Statistics 3 Hrs.
4 Public Relation 3 Hrs.
5 Hospitality Training and Development 3 Hrs.
6 Hospitality Law 3 Hrs.
Total 18 Hrs.

Semester 6 | Year 3

S.N Course Name Course Code Status Credit Hours
1 Hotel Maintenance 4 Hrs.
2 Event Management 4 Hrs.
3 Tourist Behavioral Science 3 Hrs.
4 Research Methodology 3 Hrs.
Total 14 Hrs.

Semester 7 | Year 4

S.N Course Name Course Code Status Credit Hours
1 Industrial Training Major 6 Hrs.
Total 6 Hrs.

Semester 8 | Year 4

S.N Course Name Course Code Status Credit Hours
1 Industrial Training Major 6 Hrs.
2 Internship Report Major 3 Hrs.
Total 9 Hrs.

Entry Requirement

  • Entry Requirements: 10+2 or equivalent in any discipline with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized board.
  • Admission Offer: Successful candidates will be informed for their final selection. Admission offer letter will be sent to them giving details about the registration procedure that has to be completed within two weeks of receiving the letter, failing which the offer will be withdrawn.

Career Outcomes

Career opportunities are wide and varied for graduates from this discipline. Students may expect to be employed by:

  • Hotels & Motels
  • Spas & Resorts
  • Food Service Establishments
  • Casinos & Theme Parks
  • Cruise Lines
  • Airlines
  • Property Management Companies
  • Hospitality Consultancies
  • Education Bodies

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Testimonials

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