Program Description

The BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT of SHTM is a four-year degree program that prepares the students to be globally competitive leaders of the largest and fastest growing industry in the world, Tourism. The program highlights courses in business and management, hospitality and tourism, and professional concentration courses which enable student exposure to the different sectors of the vast tourism industry, as well as specialization in their chosen career paths. The program has three areas of specialization, namely: Travel and Tour Operations, Destination Management, and Events Management.

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Travel and Tour Operations program covers the transportation sector such as airlines, cruise ships, land transportation; and travel agencies and tour operators, focusing on their management and operations. It trains students on tour and travel management, tour guiding, airport and airline operations, crowd and crisis management, tourism marketing and promotions, food and beverage management and proficiency in Global Distribution Systems. The program is designed for students who seek careers in airport operations, travel and tour operations, international cruise line crew and flight attendants.

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Destination Management program highlights the sectors of the government, non-profit organizations, and the private sector, focusing on tourism policy, planning, and development. It develops the students to be destination managers of the different niches of sustainable tourism such as ecotourism and cultural heritage tourism. Professional topics of this program include recreation and leisure management, tourism development approaches and trends, tourism data management and analytics, and sustainable tourism. 

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Events Management program is specifically designed to prepare students to be globally competitive professionals of Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) Tourism. It educates the students on the artistry and management of special events starting from concept development until the staging of the actual event. Interesting courses of the program include event production, design, lighting and technology, crowd and crisis management, event operations and logistics, and trends and issues in events management.

Curricula

Undergraduate Programs

School YearMajor
2022-2023 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Destination Management
2022-2023 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Travel and Tour Operations
2022-2023 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Events Management
  
2019-2020 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Destination Management
2019-2020 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Travel and Tour Operations
2019-2020 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Events Management
  
2018-2019 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Destination Management
2018-2019 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Travel and Tour Operations
2018-2019 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Events Management
  
2014-2015 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management Major in Events
2014-2015 Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management
2014-2015 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
  
2011-2012 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management Major in Events
2011-2012 Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management
2011-2012 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
  
2010-2011 Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management
2010-2011 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management Major in Events
2010-2011 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
  
2009-2010 Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management
2009-2010 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
  
2007-2008 Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management
2007-2008 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management

Program Learning Outcomes

BS Tourism Management with concentration in Travel and Tour Operations

  1. Identify and apply the knowledge and skills necessary for hospitality and tourism operations
  2. Develop and integrate a core set of business skills necessary to successfully operate a hospitality and tourism organization
  3. Demonstrate competence in the communication skills necessary for hospitality and tourism management
  4. Formulate business decisions in hospitality and tourism management
  5. Evaluate leadership principles necessary in the diverse and global hospitality and tourism industry
  6. Integrate global distribution systems in tourism operations.

 

BS Tourism Management with concentration in Destination Management

  1. Identify and apply the knowledge and skills necessary for hospitality and tourism operations
  2. Develop and integrate a core set of business skills necessary to successfully operate a hospitality and tourism organization
  3. Demonstrate competence in the communication skills necessary for hospitality and tourism management
  4. Formulate business decisions in hospitality and tourism management
  5. Evaluate leadership principles necessary in the diverse and global hospitality and tourism industry
  6. Recommend a tourism policy plan for a destination.

 

BS Tourism Management with concentration in Events Management

  1. Identify and apply the knowledge and skills necessary for hospitality and tourism operations
  2. Develop and integrate a core set of business skills necessary to successfully operate a hospitality and tourism organization
  3. Demonstrate competence in the communication skills necessary for hospitality and tourism management
  4. Formulate business decisions in hospitality and tourism management
  5. Evaluate leadership principles necessary in the diverse and global hospitality and tourism industry
  6. Execute events for the stakeholders.

Retention Policy

Undergraduate Programs:

  1. The failing grades are 5.0, 6.0 (FA) and 8.0 (UW) in all subjects.
  2. Students who failed in one or two courses in any semester shall be given an academic warning under the supervision of the program chair/coordinator. If a freshman fails 30% of the total academic unit enrolled in the current school year, he/she will be placed on academic probation the following year.
  3. Academic probation starts in the second year level of students and they will be placed under the individual program of study (IPOS).
  4. Other than the regular Summer offerings, subjects offered during the Summer Term are those that the students failed during the regular semester. In no way students should be allowed to take advance courses.
  5. Academic probation is lifted when the students’ cumulative grade point average reaches the required minimum for the program and that the student has not failed any of the courses enrolled in the succeeding two consecutive semesters.

 

Faculty

SHTM

Prof. Jay A. Aquino
Master of Business Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday to Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Prof. Jeffrey T. Banal
Master of Business Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday & Wednesday 9:00am–2:00pm
Prof. Jose L. David
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:00am-9:00am, 11:30am-1:30pm, 2:30pm-6:00pm
Tuesday & Thursday 3:00pm-6:00pm
Prof. Joy D. David
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Philippine Women’s University
 Monday to Friday 3:00pm-6:00pm
Wednesday 1:00pm-6:00pm
Thursday 8:00am-12:00pm
Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Prof. Daniel Antonio G. Macaspac
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday to Friday 12:00pm-9:00pm
Prof. Janiel Joel J. Mendoza
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday to Friday 1:00-pm-9:00pm
Prof. Josephine O. Morales
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday 10:10am-12:10pm
Tuesday 1:00pm-3:00pm
Wednesday to Friday 10:00am-12:00pm
Prof. Felipe Pablo IV
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Wednesday to Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Prof. Heide P. Sioteco
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Philippines Women's University
 Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7:00am – 8:00am
Dr. Gertrude P. Tuazon
Doctor of Business Management with concentration in Hospitality Management
Philippine Women’s University
 Monday to Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Prof. Jerome Ismael C. Zapata
Master of Business Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday 10:15am-12:15pm, 2:30-4:30pm
Tuesday 8:00am-10:00am
Wednesday & Thursday 8:00am-1:00pm
Friday 8:00am-12:00pm
Ms. Erika Mazawa
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday to Friday 11:15am-1:30pm

College Student Council

The College Student Council seeks to unite and represent the student body in promoting student interests. The council spearheads various programs and activities to bring together the students and to develop awareness and involvement to relevant issues inside and outside the college.

  

Contact Information

Student Organizations

LEAGUE OF TOURISM STUDENTS OF THE PHILIPPINES (LTSP)

 

VISION

LTSP aims to be the leading student organization in the Philippines. It will be an organization of globally competitive practitioners, equipped with world-class skills and imbued with values such as patriotism,professionalism, and dedication.

 

MISSION

To help the tourism and hospitality students realize the importance of the tourism and hospitality industry, being the largest industry that can help our country in progress and help them embrace their skills and talents while molding them to become better service providers in the future. It is also the organization’s mission to encourage mutual respect and fellowship among tourism students nationwide and to be united in representing the tourism student sector of the Philippines.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

LTSP-HAU E-mail:

     hau.ltsp@gmail.com

 

LTSP-HAU Facebook:

    @ltsphauofficial

     https://www.facebook.com/ltsphauofficial/

 

 

LIST OF OFFICERS

Name

Position

Wong, Free Frances

President

Maliwanag, Alyza Anne

Vice President for Internal Affairs

Acero, Jashmere Anne

Vice President for External Affairs

Ragasa, Lloyd Irvin

Secretary

Ayson, Frannie Mae

Committee Head for Membership (Destination)

Makabali, Khaila Alliah

Committee Head for Membership (Events)

Hall, Kym Lee

Committee Head for Membership (Travel and Tour)com

Dela Cruz, Erika Mae

Committee Head for Trainings

Catap, Georgie

Committee Head for Trainings

Ibardoloza, Jessica

Committee Head for Outreach

Castro, Jenchael Nicole

Committee Head for Promotions

Murofushi, Kyouske

Committee Head for Academic Competition

Marquez, Graciela Sofia

Committee Head for Academic Student Counseling

Cordel, Patricia Anne

Committee Head for Academic Student Counseling

Aquino, Charisse Leah

1st year Level Representative

Biliwang, Marinel Sophia

2nd Year Level Representative

Peralta, Camille Angelica

3rd Year Level Representative

Mayrina, Bea Katrina

Head’s committee

Abarquez, Ma. Angelica

Outreach Officer

Santilices, Stephanie

Promotions Officer

Mania, Elisha Kate

Promotions Officer

Vergara, Katrina

Promotions Officer

Jeinkate, Bea

Logistics

Student Publication

THE CONCIERGE

The Concierge is the official student publication of the School of Hospitality & Tourism Management - Holy Angel University. The publication was born along with the official founding of then College of Hospitality Management and its student council. The organization lives by its tradition "Catering Unbiased Service, Stewarding the Truth".

 

Editorial Board 2021-2022

KENT JOSHUA M. DELFIN

Editor-in-Chief

 

JAN MALAIKA M. AQUINO

Associate Editor

 

SAMUELLE M. SAMONTE

Managing Editor

 

IRISH KAEZYL C. NICDAO

News Head

 

SOPHIA YVONNE D. LUCIN

Features Editor

 

DAENIELLA KANE M. CRUZ

Literary Head

 

ASHLEY JHESSEL M. ROQUE

Special Sections Editor

 

JOHN RAE R. LAPUZ

Arts & Graphics Head

 

ERICA MAE C. LAPITAN

Lifestyle Head

 

CHRIS JOHN D. ANGELES

Head Photojournalist

 

JULLIEL MAE D. TONGIO

Online Content Manager

 

MIKAELA NICKA V. LIWANAG

Business Manager

 

BRIAN JOSHUA MASALONGA

Senior Editor

 

FELIPE B. PABLO IV

Faculty Adviser

Career Opportunities

BS Tourism Management

In Travel Services:

  • Reservation Agents
  • Sales Representative
  • Research Analyst
  • Ground Handling Personnel
  • Flight Attendant
  • Training Staff
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Customer Analyst
  • Financial Analyst
  • Merchandising Analyst
  • Commercial Account Specialist
  • Domestic Travel Counsellor
  • International Travel Counsellor
  • File Clerks
  • Tour Planner
  • Tour Guide
  • Group Coordinator
  • Operations Employee
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Advertising Specialist
  • Travel Representative
  • Economic Development Specialist
  • Travel Promotions Staff
  • Public Information Officer
  • Public Relations Personnel
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Communications Specialist
  • Travel Editor
  • Media Liaison
  • Media Specialist
  • Travel Photographer
  • Information Specialist
  • Media Coordinator
  • Travel Writer
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Package Tour Coordinator
  • Manager of Travel Literature
  • Chief of News and Information
  • Research Director
  • Advertising Manager
  • Trainee Group Consultant
  • Ticketing Manager
  • Area Supervisor
  • Airline Purser
  • Airline Manager
  • Country Manager
  • Reservations Manager
  • Sales and Marketing Manager
  • Product Development Manager
  • Senior Manager of Strategy and Marketing
  • Director of Customer Care
  • Customer Service Quality Director
  • Tourism Center Director
  • Tour Guide
  • Translator

 

In Lodging Operations:

  • Sales Representative
  • HR Staff
  • Reservations Clerk
  • Front Office Staff
  • Director of Personnel Manager

 

In Sports, Leisure, and Recreation Center:

  • Spa Manager
  • Activity Director
  • Recreation Director
  • Events Coordinator
  • Leisure Manager
  • Casino Dealer
  • Slot Attendant Host
  • Casino Host
  • Pit Clerk
  • Pit Boss
  • Casino Floor Staff
  • Casino Cashier

 

In Convention and Entertainment:

  • Sales Representative
  • Convention Sales Personnel
  • Event and Entertainment Staff
  • Event Organizers/Planners
  • Information Specialist
  • Public Relations Staff
  • Sales Representative
  • Assistant Manager
  • Research Directors
  • Exhibit Planner
  • Convention and Event Manager

PARTNERS & INDUSTRY LINKAGES

International Partners:

  • Inner Outer Travel Inc. DBA - Zip Travel
  • First Place Inc.
  • Abros Management Consultancy
  • Avista Hideaway Phuket Patong, Mgallery by Sofitel
  • Novotel Phuket Kata Avista Resort and Spa
  • Centara Grand and Bangkok Convention Center at Centralworld
  • Siam@Siam Design Hotel Bangkok Thailand
  • Amatara Resort and Wellness, Phuket Thailand

Local Partners:

  • Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort
  • Royce Hotel and Casino Clark
  • Philippine Pizza Incorporated - Pizza Hut
  • Philippine Retirement Authority, Central Luzon Satellite Office
  • Universal Access Travel and Tours.
  • DNATA
  • Hotel Specialist (Davao) Inc. -Clark Branch (Park Inn by Radisson Clark)
  • Widus International Leisure Inc. - Widus Hotel and Casino
  • Raffles and Fairmont Hotel Makati
  • Azzurro Hotel
  • Midori Hotel and Casino
  • Amadeus Marketing Philippines Inc.
  • Xenia Hotel Clark
  • The Manor at Camp John Hay Baguio City
  • Fontana Hotel and Villas - Fontana Hot Spring Leisure Parks
  • Tollhouse
  • Department of Tourism Region III
  • Angeles City Tourism Office
  • Porac Tourism Office
  • Travel Order
  • Ties That Travel
  • Museo Ning Angeles
  • Lewis Grand Hotel
  • Hotel Stotsenberg
  • ABC Hotel
  • Century Hotel Angeles
  • Taal Vista Hotel Tagaytay
  • Baguio Country Club
  • The Real Maris Beach Resort, Boracay
  • The Tides Hotel, Boracay
  • The Palms of Boracay
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Otel San Fernando
  • San Fernando Tourism Office
  • Clark International Airport Corporation
  • MIASCOR
  • Hotel EuroAsia
  • Clark Hostel
  • Airlink Travel and Tours
  • Eurogate Travel and Tours
  • Quest Hotel
  • Imerex Plaza Hotel

INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education
Hotel and Restaurant Association of the Philippines
Association of Administrators in Hospitality, Hotel and Restaurant Management Educational Institutions (AAHRMEI)
Council of Hotel and Restaurant Educators of the Philippines
Hotels and Restaurants Association in Pampanga (HARP)
Pampanga Federation of Technical Institutions (PAFTI), Inc.

Tourism Educators and Movers Philippines Inc.

Philippine Association of Researchers for Tourism and Hospitality

 

Contact Details

Dr. Tyron W. YapProf. Mervyn Maico D. Aldana
Dean, School of Hospitality and Tourism ManagementChair, Hospitality Management Programs
tyap@hau.edu.phmmaldana@hau.edu.ph
Local 1403Local 1419
  
Prof. Vella V. VillarProf. Ardee Glenn B. Domingo
Practicum CoordinatorChair, Tourism Management Programs
vvillar@hau.edu.phagdomingo@hau.edu.ph
Local 1333Local 1405
  
Dr. Maribel Flores 
Graduate Program Coordinator 
meflores@hau.edu.ph 
Local 1005