About this program
The Bachelor of Hospitality Management (BHM) is designed for students wishing to acquire a managerial role in the fast-growing hospitality sector in New Zealand or overseas. The BHM includes courses that provide a strong foundation in the key functions of management, marketing and economics. Students will also acquire the skills to implement best practice across a broad range of hospitality operations.
With a focus on hospitality business acumen, the BHM also allows students the opportunity to gain first-hand industry practice at Stage 3 level. To support BHM students further, and through quality hospitality industry relationships, students are assisted with employment opportunities during their study via the AIS Student Careers Centre.
Marketing and sales, events organisation and management.
The programme comprises 21 courses, including:
2.101 Accounting Principles
5.101 Principles of Hospitality Management
5.102 Food Production Operations
2.103 Marketing Principles
5.103 Food and Beverage Service Operations
3.124 Tourism and Hospitality Business Information Systems
3.125 Managing the Visitor Experience
5.202 Food and Beverage Management
5.203 Accommodation Management
5.204 Hospitality and Tourism Strategic Management
3.222 Tourism and Hospitality Management
3.228 Integrated Marketing Communication
3.229 Gastronomic Tourism
5.303 An Integrated Approach to Hospitality Management
And one of:
2.223 Financial Management
2.236 Managerial Accounting
And two elective courses selected from:
3.311 Events Management
3.313 Entrepreneurship and Small Business for Tourism and Hospitality
3.315 Tourism and Hospitality Consumer Behaviour
5.301 Hospitality Industry Practice
5.302 International Food and Beverage Management
5.312 Resorts and Hospitality Management
And one of:
5.310 Applied Hospitality Management Project
5.336 Hospitality Management Research Project
And three elective courses, including at least one at Stage III, selected from Hospitality Management, Tourism Management or Business programmes. (Please note that not all elective courses are offered every semester.)
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About this institute
Auckland Institute of Studies AIS St. Helens
Established in 1990, Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) is one of New Zealand’s largest private degree-granting institutions. We provide a wide range of NZQA-approved qualifications, including certificate, diploma, undergraduate degree, graduate diploma, and postgraduate diploma and degree programmes for domestic...
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