Hotel And Tourism Management

 

Head of Department :

Faliza Binti Mahamed Ali

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 Official Faculty's Web Site: http://fhtm.uitm.edu.my

 

Faculty Of Hotel & Tourism Management

Faculty Coordinator

DEGREE : En Tajulurrus Mohammad
DIPLOMA : En Nik Adnan Nik Mat

 

FHP LECTURER DIRECTORY

  • HM110 Diploma Pengurusan Hotel
  • HM112 Diploma Pengurusan Perkhidmatan Makanan
  • HM115 Diploma Seni Kulinari
  • HM111 Diploma Pengurusan Pelancongan
  • HM220 Ijazah Sarjana Muda Pengurusan Hotel (Kepujian)
  • HM222 Ijazah Sarjana Muda Pengurusan Perkhidmatan Makanan (Kepujian)

HM240

BSC IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT (HM240)

 

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION

This three year programme in the Faculty of Hotel and Tourism Management was first introduced in 1993 to meet the growing requirements of hotel industry in Malaysia. The programme was designed to provide students with comprehensive, up-to-date knowledge and hands-on experience at operational and management levels. Since then, this programme has developed an excellent reputation within the hotel industry in the country for the quality of the graduates.

The programme concentrates on broad coverage of hospitality industry at both operational and managerial departments that includes food and beverage, front office, housekeeping, foodservice, event management, sales and marketing, club management, revenue management, hotel marketing and human resources. Further, the programme prepares students with a wide array of professional careers in hotels and resorts, private clubs, restaurants, conference centres and catering businesses.

The curriculum offers a balance between knowledge and practical application to ensure that students are well equipped with knowledge and hands-on experience, hence able to obtain immediate employment in the hospitality industry upon graduation. In addition, the industrial training programme will provide students with valuable experience, which will assist them in their career planning as well as full time job opportunities. Through its strong curriculum design that involves participation from the industry and various stakeholders, students will have an exciting career opportunity at management, supervisory and administrative positions in the hotel industry.

 

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

Graduates are expected to fulfill the following objectives after 5 years of graduation:

  • Competent hotel professionals who synthesize and apply the knowledge, understanding and laboratory experiences to provide quality products and services to government agencies and hospitality industries.
  • Professionals in hotels who lead and engage in teams in problem solving across disciplines through effective communicate abilities.
  • Professionals in hotel who continue to advance their knowledge and abilities by utilizing ICT to explore business opportunities in the hospitality related industry.
  • Professionals in hotels who practice ethical and professional values in providing services to the recipients and provider of hospitality industry.

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

Graduates are expected to fulfill the following outcomes upon graduation:

 Able to apply hospitality knowledge to enhance future employability in the hotel industry.

  • Able to apply hospitality practical skills to enhance job performance and future employability in the hotel industry.
  • Able to identify, formulate and solve situational problems in the hotel industry.
  • Able to communicate effectively in work areas relevant to the hotel industry.
  • Able to work effectively as a member of a team, serve key stakeholders and take social responsibility.
  • Able to demonstrate professionalism and ethical conduct according to the hotel industry practices.
  • Able to acquire hotel management information for lifelong learning through professional development.
  • Able to apply hotel management and entrepreneurial knowledge and skill to enhance performance and productivity.
  • Able to apply and instil leadership capability in work situation and organisation.

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

SEMESTER 1

HTH427 FRONT OFFICE MANAGEMENT
HTM400 FUNDAMENTALS OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM INDUSTRY
HTH423 HOUSEKEEPING MANAGEMENT
MGT400  INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT
ELC400 PREPARATORY COLLEGE ENGLISH
TFC401 INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH (LEVEL I)
HBU111 NATIONAL KESATRIA I

 


SEMESTER 2
ACC406           INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING
CTU551           ISLAM AND ASIAN CIVILIZATION
ELC500 ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC READING
HBU121           NATIONAL KESATRIA II
HTC462           BASIC COMMERCIAL COOKERY
HTH436           FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE MANAGEMENT
HTH485           FOOD AND BEVERAGE COST CONTROL
MKT410           INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
TFC451            INTRODUCTORY FRENCH (LEVEL II)

SEMESTER 3
CTU555           MALAYSIAN HISTORY
ECO560           ECONOMICS FOR HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
ELC550 ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC WRITING
HBU131           NATIONAL KESATRIA III
HTH500           HOSPITALITY SERVICE MANAGEMENT
HTH555           PRICING AND REVENUE MANAGEMENT FOR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
HTH566           HOTEL DESIGN AND LAYOUT
HTH581           HOSPITALITY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

TFC501            INTRODUCTORY FRENCH (LEVEL III)

SEMESTER 4
CTU695           HALAL STANDARD, FOOD LAW AND SANITATION
ENT530            PRINCIPLES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
HTH545           HOSPITALITY CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
HTH551           HOSPITALITY SERVICE MARKETING
HTH568           CLUB AND THEME PARK MANAGEMENT
HTH666           HOSPITALITY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
HTH575           ROOM DIVISION ANALYSIS
LAW419           HOSPITALITY AND TRAVEL LAW

SEMESTER 5
HTC630           ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOR FOR THE HOSPITALITY AND FOOD SERVICE

INDUSTRY
HTH611           HOSPITALITY MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
HTH665           HOSPITALITY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND E-COMMERCE
HTH668           HOSPITALITY STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
HTH678           HOTEL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
HTM606          HOSPITALITY RESEARCH METHODS
STA404            STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

SEMESTER 6
HTH652           INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
HTM655          UNDERGRADUATE PROJECT

HM222

HM110

HM111

HM112

HM115