Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management
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Course Code CRS1400274
Course Level Bachelor
Course Study Area Hospitality
Course Mode Full Time; Part Time
Contact Hours Full Time: 12-18 per week, Part Time: 6-9 per week
Course Location Melbourne
Course Intake February; July
Course Duration 3 years
Entry Requirements  Year 12
Course Code CRS1400274
Course Level Bachelor
Course Study Area Hospitality
Course Mode Full Time
Contact Hours Full Time: 12-18 per week, Part Time: 6-9 per week
Course Location Melbourne
Course Intake February; July
Course Duration 3 years
Entry Requirements  Year 12
CRICOS 089144D
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management is designed to provide students with the knowledge to lead and manage in the resort and hotel industry and to find innovative solutions to complex problems. Graduates will be forward thinking and challenge the current status quo. Through deep engagement with theoretical concepts they will have developed ideas and opinions regarding the nature of the industry and the challenges and opportunities affecting ongoing sustainability. Graduates will have the core skills required to operate and assess current operating systems and the knowledge required to leverage technology for increased efficiency and the design of enhanced customer service experiences. Graduates will have the research and scholarly skills required to continue academic progression at masters' level.

Specialist fields

Specialist subjects include rooms division, food and beverage management, resort operations and emerging trends in the resort and hotel industry. A solid management foundation is offered by subjects in finance, marketing, human resources, strategy and entrepreneurship and innovation. You can pursue your areas of interest through a range of electives from specialised subjects in culinary, events, tourism and hospitality management.

Site inspections and experiential learning

Hands on learning is a key component of resort and hotel management qualifications. You will gain firsthand experience with current industry operating systems used throughout the international resort and hotel industry including property management software and revenue management simulations. Learning is contextualised with back and front of house site inspections through leading Melbourne hotels and regional resorts.

Course units include:

Core Subjects

Year 1 Core

HOH501
Fundamentals of the Resort and Hotel Industry
HOS501
Food and Beverage Operations
MAN501
Management Fundamentals
HOS551
Hospitality Concepts and Context
HOH509
Rooms Division Operations
MAN502
Financial Concepts
MAN601
Introduction to Marketing
Electives
1 (1st semester)
Year 2 Core   

MAN606
Human Resource Operations for the Service Industry
HOS602
Food and Beverage Service Management
MAN605
Financial Analysis and Decision Making
HOS651
People and Place
HOH601
Digital Marketing and Distribution
HOH609
Managing Resort Operations
Electives   
1 per semester (2 in total)
Year 3 Core

MAN706
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MAN702
Risk and Legal Issues
MAN703
Revenue Management
TOU751
Taking Responsibility for Tourism and Hospitality
HOH709
Emerging Trends in the Resort and Hotel Industry
MAN707
Strategy, Change and Leadership
Electives   
1 per semester (2 in total)

Electives

All students must undertake RES501 Foundation Academic Communication Skills in their first semester (unless otherwise agreed).
Electives can be chosen from the suite of Higher Education Subjects. Please note that not all subjects are available in all courses and study periods.

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Fees

Fees and charges can be found at www.angliss.edu.au/fees-and-charges

Find Out More

Call 1300 ANGLISS or email study@angliss.edu.au


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