Hospitality and Tourism management
BSc (Hons) in Hospitality and Tourism Management Year 1
Hospitality and tourism is a fast developing and growing sector with increasing number of people travelling and working in both tourism and hospitality-related enterprises. Both areas indeed are very much intertwined offering highly interesting and enriching experiences and promising career.
This programme exposes students to the nature and mechanism in both hospitality and tourism industries. It educates the graduates with knowledge and skills that covers the management and organisation in the provision and consumption of hospitality and tourism products and services, such as attractions, conventions, resorts, hotels, conference centres, theme parks, restaurants, retails, casinos, clubs etc.
Year 1 – Foundation
1. Introduction to Mathematics
Business mathematics is a form of mathematics used by businesses or financial institutions to record and manage business operations. Topics include interest, annuity, trade discounts, mark-ups/downs and bank notes. This module is also designed to help student with analytical skills and find the solution by way of calculations.
2. Study Skills in English
This module is specially designed to equip students with academic writing skills. It is aimed at reinforcing essay composition skills and introduce students to the practice of writing for academic purposes. It will prepare students for work in high level English courses in which research writing is a requirement by introducing basic research writing skills. The course will place equal or greater emphasis on plagiarism and oral presentation.
3. Khmer Cultural Studies
Khmer cultural studies introduces the cultural and societal practices common in the land of Cambodia. It covers religious practices and superstition, birth and death, food and drinks, music and dance, language, and others. This course is particularly designed to help students especially Cambodian ones to absorb more knowledge of their culture, tradition and origin. In fact, there is no culture better or worse. Therefore, students will be cultivated to loves their own culture and value the others.
4. Communication Skills in English
Successful people today need hard skills, soft skills and ability to communicate internationally. How to communicate with the protocol is even more important for everyone. This module is designed to help students make the best use of their abilities and help them study and learn effectively. The topics covered include how to be a good learner, getting the most out of lectures, effective reading and notes-making, critical and creative thinking, writing good English and writing better assignments and essays.
5. Introduction to Accounting
This module is an introductory course in financial accounting theory and practice. It introduces basic accounting concepts and practices that are essential for students who have no background in accounting and are completing a course in business studies. It covers the complete accounting cycle and critical accounting areas including cash receivables, inventories and fixed assets. The topics include among others a basic understanding of the role of accounting in business, analyzing transactions, matching concept and adjustments of entries, accounting for trading businesses, internal controls and special journals, and partnership.
6. Introduction to Information Technology
This module provides an introduction to information systems and information technology for business students to help them to learn how to use and manage information technologies, conduct electronic commerce, improve decision-making, and gain competitive advantage in the marketplace. It therefore emphasizes on the role of Internet technologies as a technology platform for electronic business, commerce, and collaboration within and among corporations.
7. Fundamentals of Management
The course focuses on important management functions such as planning, organizing, leading and controlling for successful managerial activities. The students will learn how successful managers use organizational resources through organizational functions in order to effectively and efficiently achieve organizational objectives.
8. Introduction to Economics
Economic issues play a very important part in all our lives, as citizens, as consumers, and as employees or employers. Understanding economic terminology and being able to use economic principles, concepts and tools can assist us to make more effective decisions in our personal and professional lives. Introduction to economics is a course that offers a basic foundation in economics. Major topics covered include the fundamentals of economics and the economy; the tools use to analyze and understanding the situation in the basic model; demand and supply and the market structure; role of government.
9. Cambodia Public Administration
This module introduces students to the concepts and practice of public administration in Cambodia. Public administration is the implementation of government policy and this module offers insights to this process. It highlights the various key organs, relevant law and important legal documents related to the formulation and implementation of public policies in Cambodia. This module also introduces students the forms and use of official administrative letters in Khmer context. Finally, the protocols in the process of administrative management are explained.
10. Introduction to Business
This module covers the key elements of businesses operating in a global environment. In this module, you will be introduced to key topics in ownerships, management, marketing, accounting, finance, information system and legal aspects of doing business. As an introductory module, it offers an overview on the various environmental factors which a business organization must consider as it ventures into the global arena.
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