The Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management is based around specific industry studies and a core of business and management subjects. Each year is split into two 12-week semesters; you will study six modules per semester.
The course is organised into three levels, ranging from introductory modules at year 1 to advanced topics at year 3. The Professional Internship Training takes place between semester four and five.
In Year One and Two of the course, there are several practical modules which include: Culinary fundamentals; restaurant service; bar operations and contemporary hospitality service.
In year 3 there is an opportunity to manage a ‘pop-up’ restaurant.
NOTE: There is an additional charge on this course to cover the cost of uniforms/books/equipment and class materials.