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
2019-2020 Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with Concentration in Accommodations and Lodging Operations
2019-2020 Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with Concentration in Culinary Arts and Kitchen Operations
2019-2020 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Destination Management
2019-2020 Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with Concentration in Restaurant and Food Service Operations
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 Hospitality Management with Concentration in Accommodations and Lodging Operations
2018-2019 Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with Concentration in Culinary Arts and Kitchen Operations
2018-2019 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management with Concentration in Destination Management
2018-2019 Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with Concentration in Restaurant and Food Service Operations
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 Hotel and Restaurant 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 Hotel and Restaurant 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 Hotel and Restaurant Management
2010-2011 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
  
2009-2010 Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management
2009-2010 Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
2009-2010 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
  
2007-2008 Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management
2007-2008 Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
2007-2008 Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management

Program Learning Outcomes

B.S. Tourism Management with Concentration in Destination Management

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication skills.
  2. Apply concepts of management in the tourism and hospitality industry.
  3. Integrate social, environmental and cultural issues in the tourism and hospitality profession.
  4. Develop a feasibility study of a tourism enterprise.
  5. Formulate a tourism development plan of a destination.

B.S. Tourism Management with Concentration in Events Management

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication skills.
  2. Apply concepts of management in the tourism and hospitality industry.
  3. Integrate social, environmental and cultural issues in the tourism and hospitality profession.
  4. Develop a feasibility study of a tourism enterprise.
  5. Execute events for the stakeholders.

B.S. Tourism Management with Concentration in Travel and Tour Operations

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication skills.
  2. Apply concepts of management in the tourism and hospitality industry.
  3. Integrate social, environmental and cultural issues in the tourism and hospitality profession.
  4. Develop a feasibility study of a tourism enterprise.
  5. Manage tourism operations

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 11:00am – 12:25pm
Wednesday 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Thursday 8:00am – 9:00am; 12:00nn – 2:00pm
Friday 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Prof. Jose L. David
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday 12:00nn – 3:00pm
Wednesday 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Prof. Josephine O. Morales
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Prof. Arnel Kann S. Santos
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Local 1314
 Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1:35pm – 2:35pm; 3:40pm – 4:40pm
Tuesday and Thursday 12:55pm – 2:55pm
Prof. Jeffrey T. Banal
Master of Business Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00am – 11:20am
Tuesday and Thursday 7:00am – 8:30am
Prof. Daniel Antonio G. Macaspac
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00am – 12:00nn
Tuesday and Thursday 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Prof. Felipe Pablo IV
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 12:20pm – 2:35pm
Tuesday and Thursday 8:30am – 10:10am
Prof. Heide P. Sioteco
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Philippines Women's University
 Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7:00am – 8:00am
Prof. Maricar Besa
Master of Science in Tourism Management
Baliuag University
 Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Tuesday and Thursday 5:30pm – 6:00pm
Prof. Janiel Joel J. Mendoza
Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Holy Angel University
 Monday to Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Student Organizations

College Student Council - School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cscshtm
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/haucsc_shtm/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/haucsc_shtm

League of Tourism Students of the Philippines (LTSP)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialLTSPHAUChapter

Career Opportunities

Areas
Career Opportunities
Areas
Career Opportunities
Fine Dining, QuickDining Room positions:Hotel, Integrated Resort,Housekeeping positions:
Service, Casual- CashierInn, Serviced- Shift Leader
Restaurants, Managed- BartenderResidences,- Checker
Services, Catering,- MixologistCondotel/Apartelle, Bed- Room Attendant
Beveranges- Oenologistand Breakfast, Lodging- Room Assistant
 - Restaurant StewardHouse- Cabin Steward
 - Bar Supervisor - Housekeeping Attendant
 - Waiter/Food Attendant - Room Steward
 - Room Service Waiter - Floor Supervisor
 - Sommelier - Chief Housekeeper
 - Barista - Bell Captain
 - Head Waiter - Room Inspector
 - Captain Waiter - Laundry Supervisor
 - Bar Accountant - Executive Housekeeper
 - Restaurant Supervisor - Housekeeping Manager
 - Assistant Restaurant Manager - Laundry Manager
 - Shift Leader Front office positions: 
 - Team Leader - Receptionist
 - Room Service Manager - Lobby Greeter
 - Maitred Hotel - Front Office Attendant
 - F&B Director - Switchboard Operator
 - F&B Outlet Manager - Airport Representative
 - Restaurant Manager - Reservation Clerk
 - Outlet Manager - Bell Service Porter/Attendant
 Managed Services - Concierge/CRM
 Kitchen positions: -Front Office Supervisor
 - Receiving Clerk - Front Office Cashier
 - Stock Clerk - Night Auditor
 - Commis Pastry - Duty Supervisor
 - Baker - Front Office Manager
 - Butcher - Rooms Division Manager
 - Commis 1,2,3 - Reservations Manager
 - Line Cooks - Unit Manager
 - Demi Chef Convention, Entertainment Positions:
 - Commis Chef - Sales Representative
 - Chef De Partie - Convention Sales Personnel
 - Pantry Chef - Event and Entertainment Staff
 - Pastry Chef - Organizers/Planners
 - Head Cook - Information Specialist
 - Saute Chef - Public Relations Staff
 - Grill Cook - Sales Representative
 - Fry Cook - Assistant Manager
 - Sous Chef - Research Directors
 - Head Chef - Marketing Manager
 - Executive Chef - Events Planner
 - Sanitation Officer - Exhibit Planner
Recreation and SpecialSports, Leisure and Recreation Center - Convention and Event Manager
EventsPersonnel Public Relations Positions:
 - Spa Manager - Public Realtions Personnel
 - Activity Director - Photographer
 - Recreation Director - Writer
 - Events Coordinator - Telemarketing Staff
 - Leisure Manager - PR Director
   - PR Manager
   Sales and Marketing Positions:
   - Sales and marketing personnel
   - Sales and marketing account executives
   - Sales and marketing supervisor
   - Director
   - Manager

Linkages / Partners

Century Hotel 25 Seeds: Farm to table/Café Fleur
Xenia Hotel ClarkGlobal Catering Services 
Widus Hotel & CasinoCIAC
Hotel Gracelane DOT – Region 3
Holiday Inn ACTO
Park Inn ClarkDNATA 
Imerex Plaza HotelMiascor Clark Aviation Services
Midori HotelUnichef’s Catering 
Royce Hotel Istratehiya, Inc. 
Ascott Makati Chinoy Travel and Tours 
Lohas Hotel Omni Aviation 
Azzurro Hotel Eurogate Travel & Tours 
Grace Crown Hotel City Travel and Tours
CC Lifestyle Flight Destination Travel & Tours 
Madison 101 Hotel  + TowerEarthlink Travel Co. 
Oasis Hotel Majemah Travel and Tours, Corp. 
Quest Plus Conference Mabalacat City Tourism Office 
Amante Ribs & Steaks Magalang Tourism Office 
Amare by Chef Chris Culture and Arts Council of Angeles City 
Veranda Herbs & Spices Amega Travel & Tours Services
Mogora Asian Buffet RestaurantThe Travel Order 
Hotel Seoul Ties That Travel 

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