Bachelor of Applied Management - Hospitality Management (Level 7)Manukau Institute of Technology
About this program
Hospitality is a growing industry that needs qualified supervisors and managers with the skills to make strategic decisions, implement operational systems and processes as well as plan for the future and manage people.
By studying Hospitality Management at MIT, you'll learn the supervisory and management skills needed for a range of hospitality businesses. Your studies will give you the tools to manage and operate food and beverage outlets, provide front office services, manage and maintain various types of accommodation or establish new hospitality enterprises.
Build a strong foundation of practical business and communication skills with core knowledge in accountancy, management, economics, marketing and computing while specialising in your Hospitality Management major.
You'll develop an understanding of Hospitality Management and core business skills and practices, while getting hands-on experience with an industry project for a real business. If you are already working, you can do a project in your workplace.
On graduating you'll have a unique degree that not only demonstrates what you know but also demonstrates what you can do. Your skills will be relevant in both New Zealand and overseas, or in your own business.
With planning, operations and strategic skills you will bring value to supervisory or management roles in either accommodation or food and beverage enterprises. All kinds of accommodation organisations, food and beverage outlets, or small owner-operated businesses will benefit from the skills you will possess as a Bachelor of Applied Management in Hospitality Management graduate.
This course is also offered by the department of Culinary, Hospitality and Baking.
When planning your degree, remember that not all courses are available each quarter. You must check the programme structure below, the pre-requisites, electives and availability of your chosen courses in advance
- 311.537 Introduction to Accounting
- 181.519 Professional Communication
- 341.571 Business Heritage, Culture and Sustainability
- 323.510 Commercial Law
- 371.514 Economics
- 351.515 Introduction to Marketing
- 341.576 Management
- 341.582 Managing Operations
- 341.628 Applied Management
- 341.629 Research Methodology
COURSES IN THIS MAJOR:
- 343.613 Food and Beverage Operations
- 343.614 Front Office Operations Management
And one of
- 341.637 Event Logistics
- 342.621 Organisational Behaviour
- 343.607 Project Management
- 341.736 Co-operative Education Project (equivalent to four courses)
- 343.707 Accommodation Facilities Management
- 343.708 Food and Beverage Management
In addition, for each major you must select five other elective courses from the list. If you are doing a double major you will not be able to take elective courses, you will need to take five courses from your other major.
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