» Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality and Tourism (Hotel, Restaurant and Resort Management)
Programme Title Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality and Tourism (Hotel, Restaurant and Resort Management) CAO Code LY327 LYIT internal code Duration 3 years (1 year common entry and 2 years specialisation) Standard Code Places: 32 National Framework Level 7 Award Type Major Awarding Body LYIT, under Delegated Authority from QQI
- Is this programme for me?
- This programme is an advanced professional training programme for aspiring managers in a variety of hospitality establishments, from fine-dining restaurants to luxury resorts. It prepares participants for particular professional careers as operations managers specialising in food and beverage or rooms division, and extending to the management functions of marketing, finance, human resource management and business development.
- How long is this course?
- Having completed 1 year of the Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality and Tourism (Common Entry), students are required to pursue a further 2 years to complete an ordinary degree in their chosen area of specialism.
- What will I study?
Year/Semester Proposed Modules Mandatory/
No of credits Class hours per week 2/3 Conference and Banqueting Operations Mandatory 10 6 Food and Beverage Cost Control Mandatory 5 3 Specialised Restaurant Service Elective 1 10 7 Mixology and Product Development Elective 1 10 7 Front Office Operations Elective 1 10 7 Event Planning and Promotion Elective 2 5 3 French Language and Culture 1 Elective 2 5 3 Spanish Language and Culture 1 Elective 2 5 3 2/4 Tourism Resort Concepts Mandatory 10 6 Management and Organisational Behaviour Mandatory 5 3 Accounting Practice Mandatory 5 3 Principles of Marketing Mandatory 5 3 French Language and Culture 2 Elective 1 5 3 Spanish Language and Culture 2 Elective 1 5 3 Gastronomy Elective 1 5 3 3/5 Semester Abroad (Erasmus, US)* Elective 1 30 Internship* Elective 2 30 Where learners are unable to undertake a Semester out, or plan to undertake a Semester of study under Erasmus in Semester 6, then the following 30 credits are undertaken in-house. Staff Training and Development Elective 3 10 5 Advanced Beverage Studies Elective 3 10 5 Hospitality Management Information Systems Elective 3 5 3 Budgets, Pricing and Cost Control Elective 3 5 3 3/6 Food and Beverage Management Mandatory 10 6 Business Environment Mandatory 5 3 Applied Economics Mandatory 5 3 Business Law and Ethics Mandatory 5 3 Services Marketing Mandatory 5 3 Alternatively, a learner may opt to take a Semester of Study Abroad under the Erasmus Programme Semester Abroad (Erasmus, US) (Must cover mandatory subjects from this semester)* Elective 1 30
- Are there follow-up programmes available?
- Upon completion of this programme you can pursue our 1 year add-on Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Hotel, Restaurant and Resort Management or other compatible level 8 degree programmes.
- Career Opportunities
- Students graduating from this programme will have developed the knowledge, skill and competence to work in a management capacity using a range of specialised skills in different hotel, restaurant and resort businesses.
- This course begins in September each year. How to Apply
- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
- Contact Ciarán ó hAnnracháin, Head of Department of Hospitality & Tourism, Letterkenny Institute of Technology by
- E- Mail: email@example.com
- Telephone: (074) 9186603
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