Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management in the Philippines

The Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BS HRM) is a four-year degree program in the Philippines that will prepare you for working in the hotel and restaurant industry and managing your own hotel and restaurant business someday. With the help of this course you’ll learn not only how to manage the day to day operations of your hotel or restaurant, you’ll also learn how to devise plans and strategies that can increase your company’s profits.

Some examples of courses that you may take while enrolled in this program include:

  • Banquet, Function and Catering Services Procedures
  • Total Quality Management
  • Banquet, Function and Catering Services Procedures
  • Food and Beverage Service Procedures
  • Basic Statistics
  • Principles of Management
  • Tourism Planning and Development
  • Human Behavior in Organization
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Planning
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Basic Finance
  • Housekeeping Procedures
  • Management Information System
  • Rooms Division Management and Control System
  • Basic Economics
  • Food and Beverage Control System
  • Events Management

Aside from taking those courses mentioned above, you may also undergo a minimum of 420 hours of On-the-Job training at hotels, restaurants, airports, and other similar establishments in order to give you a firsthand experience in working for the hospitality industry. CAREERS

Qualified graduates of Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management can find employment as any of the following:

  • Room Attendant
  • Food and Beverage Service Attendant
  • Bartender/Bar Attendant
  • Front Office Clerk
  • Head Waiter
  • Assistant Cook
  • Housekeeping Attendant
  • Housekeeping Supervisor
  • Banquet Supervisor
  • Professor
  • Other similar professions

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  1. can i have the list of all subject of a hrm student.i just want to check the subject that i have during my time in trinity college.i do keep on waiting for that.THANK YOU

    • Hi, Jannet!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      Program curricula vary depending on the school implementing them. If you’re looking for the list of all the subjects you need to take at Trinity College, it’s best if you’ll ask the school for the course outline so you’ll have the accurate and detailed list.
      :)

    • hello po tanong q lng po kung macacarry ba yung subjects na natapos sa uc pagmagtratransfer sa scul nio .. tsaka pag2nd year naba magiging 2nd year din pag sa dmmmsu na ? sana po masagot nio kc mgtratransfer npo sana ako

    • Hi, Yumie!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      The subjects you’re going to take for a particular year depends on the curriculum of the school you’re going to enroll at. For that it’s best if you’ll contact the school directly so they can give you an accurate and detailed response.
      :)

    • Hi, Reymilda!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      We’re not really sure about that, but we’re guessing that would depend on the policies of the school that employs you. From what we know, most schools don’t have a problem with their teachers enrolling in classes while they’re teaching themselves, but there might be some that may raise an issue against it. It’s probably best if you’ll consult the school administrators so they can address that concern for you.
      :)

  2. Hi What Skills should I practice so I will Be Good In this course I’m just an Grade 6 and I really like this course

    I also want to know if I can be establish my own restaurant

    • Hi, Mark!

      We’re very happy to hear that you’re already planning for your future! If you set your mind on it, of course you can open your own restaurant. :)

      Generally speaking, it would be safe to say that good organizational skills (planning, delegating), analytical thinking (problem solving), and good communication skills can come in handy in the future. Also, for a restaurant, good cooking skills are essential.

      We wish you good luck on your future plans!

      :)

  3. this really seems to be a perfect course for me! actually cooking is my passion and i always want to keep my hands on the kitchen for the whole day. x)

    if you could answer a question, answer this pls. “after college, would i be able to use this course in the military? im actually planning to join the US Navy just like my dad.” thanks! :D

  4. hi! i hope my question will be answered just the way i need to see. :)
    after graduation in college, will i be considered now as a chef? and i also want to open my own grilling restaurant. and does every student who took this course became very successful in life? or it just depends on the capacity of that person?

    i hope this doesnt mind you too much. thank you! God Bless! ;D

    • Hi, Edward!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      From what we know, you need to have had some experience working as a professional cook (someone who gets paid to cook) before you can be called an actual chef. We’re not sure about the customs of culinary arts schools, though.

      We believe skills, educational background, and job searching skills all affect a person’s chance of succeeding in the field he chose to pursue.
      :)

    • Hi, Ehmciiee!

      Thanks for the visit.

      That would probably depend on who’s examining your credentials. We believe the general impression is someone is called a chef if they are getting paid to cook — regardless whether if they are employed by a company or they are working on a business of their own. Some people may also consider graduates of culinary arts as chefs because they have had some formal training in the kitchen, though, so it really varies.
      :)

  5. hi i just want to know ano pa pong pwedeng maging job pag nakatapos ng HRM? pwede din po b ito sa cruise? at ano po kayang mga requirements?

    • Hi, Amiel!
      You can find the list of possible career opportunities for HRM graduates on the post above. From what we know, cruise jobs usually do not require any specific course as long as you’ve had prior training that is relevant to the position you are applying for. As for qualifications, that would depend on the company, so if you’d like to have an idea of what they’re looking for, we suggest you search for actual advertisements advertising cruise ship jobs.
      :)

  6. kasi po magttransfer po ako sa 2nd sem. ttanong ko lang po kung parehas po ang curriculum ng hrm sa school namin at ng cavsu. thank you

    • Hi, Abegail!

      We’re sorry, but as much as we’d like to help, we have no copy of CAVSU’s curriculum for HRM. We suggest you contact them directly so they can give you one. :(

  7. hello po ..itatanong q lng po sana kung macacarry po ba yung subjects q na natapos q sa uc pagmagtratransfer po ako sa 2nd sem ? tsaka pag 2nd year na po ba sa uc magiging 2nd year ndin sa dmmsu?

  8. hi, i would like to ask if i will be qualified to be a flight attendant after this. or if i can be a chef. this is my last year in high school, i just want to know what my future will be if i chose to be an bshrm student

  9. Hi, Good Day!

    Ma’am ask ko lang po if kung mag ttransfer po ako sa School niyo, ma ke’credit po ba ang mga subjects na natapos ko na dito sa shool ko ngayun. At saka pwede din po ba ma’am makita ang list ang subjects for BSHRM student. Thanks.