Home Programme Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management
Diploma in Hospitality and
Diploma in Hospitality and
Tourism Management
R2/811/4/0009 (A7196) 08/21
Overview

This programme offers a comprehensive curriculum for those who are seeking to develop skills in this field. Upon completion of this programme, students will be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge of kitchen management, food and beverage management as well as tourism planning and management. Students will attend an internship programme where they will have an opportunity to have hands-on experience at leading hotels, travel agencies, event companies, food service outlets and entertainment service providers.

Learning Outcome

Upon completion, students are expected to be able to:

 

  • Develop a critically introspective view on how tourist think and behave
  • Develop an awareness of the range of activities occurring in the hospitality and tourism industry as well as the perspectives on these activities
  • Develop and gain practical experience in different aspects of the hospitality industry
  • Gain insights into the technologies and techniques used in hospitality and tourism management
  • Create awareness of significant issues and its implications to the hospitality and tourism industry
  • Increase knowledge and understanding of the hospitality and tourism terminology and concepts
  • Develop an in-depth understanding into specific aspects of the hospitality and tourism industry, as well as its management practices
  • Increase knowledge of the changing nature of the hospitality and tourism industry
  • Encourages creativity, entrepreneurial thinking and initiative
  • Understand and apply principles of business and management into the hospitality and tourism industry
  • Improve communication skills – spoken, written, interpersonal and in presentations.
Course Structure

YEAR 1

 

• Introduction to Hospitality
• English for Hospitality and Tourism
• Accommodation Operations: Housekeeping Management
• Foundation of Tourism
• Tourism and Hospitality Economics
• Management Principles
• Food Studies
• Front Office Operations and Management 1
• Principles of Marketing
• Travel and Tour Agency Management
• Tourism Geography
• Communicating Using IT
• Human Resource Management

 

YEAR 2

 

• Hospitality Law
• Kitchen Management
• Food and Beverage Management
• Tourism Planning and Management
• Financial Management 1: Accounting Principles: Food and Beverage Cost Control
• Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism
• Front Office Operations and Management 2
• Tourism and Its Environment
• Financial Management 2: Management Accounting and Cost Accounting
• Events Management
• Work Placement

Intake
Jan 2019, Apr 2019, May 2019, Oct 2019
Duration
2 Years
Study Mode
On-Campus
Career Outcome

• Hotel and Restaurant Management
• Events, Meetings and Convention Management
• Hotel and Tourism Sales and Marketing
• Transportation Management
• Destination Management
• Tourism Ministries and Bureaus
• National Tourism Organisations

Entry Requirement
SPM

Minimum 3 credits and at least a pass in Malay Language, History and English

UEC

Minimum 3 Bs and at least a pass in English

GCE O-LEVEL

Minimum 3 credits and at least a pass in English

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

Other qualifications equivalent to 11 years High School recognized by the Malaysian government

ENGLISH REQUIREMENT

For international students, IELTS band 4.0