Hotel management binus university curriculum center

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Hotel Management

Introduction Bachelor of Applied Science in Hotel Management aims to offer an academic and vocational education for a successful career in hotel management. The program provides expertise in food and beverage service, room division, food product, and event. This program also provide the comprehensive skills in management know-how as well as valuable knowledge (human resources, finance, marketing) and hotel which are essential for future industry leaders. Students will also gain an insight of hospitality/tourism industry through one (1) year of industry work experience in 4or 5- star hotels, event industry domestic and overseas. To create an international flavor, this exclusive and progressive program is conducted in English for hospitality and hotel management core subject in teaching and learning activities. The curriculum has been reinforced with international and local contents to fully equip graduates for managing hotel operations (hotels and its sub sectors: restaurants, bars, cafes, and MICE businesses (Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Exhibition) in different parts of the world.

Vision A leading and best recognized hospitality department in South East Asia by 2020.

Mission The mission of Hotel Management Department is to contribute to the global community through the provision of world-class education by : 1. Educating students with a thorough competency in hospitality, functional and managerial skills, as well as to

encourage potential students to become entrepreneurs, by providing an innovative and creative education, supported with hospitality related work experience. 2. Educating students to become hospitality leaders in a diverse work environment and to prepare them for further advance studies. 3. Providing professional training and consulting services in technical and managerial skills for all levels of hospitality organizations, both locally and internationally. 4. Improving the standards of living for Indonesians by providing community development programs and services in the hospitality sector. 5. Retaining and acknowledging hospitality talents through research and benchmarking which in turn will enhance the competitive advantage of the Indonesian tourism industry in South East Asia.

Program Objective The objectives of the program are: 1. To provide students with a solid foundation of knowledge and understanding about hospitality industry. 2. To provide students with technical skills and professional expertise in the hospitality field that can be applied for

the community development program and training services in a hospitality organization. 3. To provide students with management skills through research and work experiences, thereby empowering them

to become leaders in a diverse range of hospitality business in South East Asia.

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Student Outcomes After completing the study, graduates are: 1. Able to perform personal and cultural approach through mastery of active English in advanced levels to

implement the excellent service in a hospitality environmental, especially in the diversity and multicultural hotel environment. 2. Able to manage data and information related to hotel management activities with a professional attitude as the base of creative thinking in order to propose alternative solutions and strategic decisions. 3. Able to apply and demonstrate specified knowledge and skills in hotel operations, as rooms division operations, front office, food and beverage operations, event control operations, and kitchen operations both services or offered products. 4. Able to manage operations and resources in the hotel include rooms division, front office, food and beverage operations, event control operations, and kitchen operations with interpersonal approaches and related hospitality field approaches. 5. Able to demonstrate professional ethics in hospitality field and professionalism in supporting performance. 6. Able to provide alternative solutions for related problems in hotel based on professional ethics and expertise in related fields 7. Able to apply and demonstrate knowledge and skills in the culinary field (hot kitchen , pastry , bakery and chocolate making) in order to produce a decent meal to be served both in shape and taste 8. Able to apply and demonstrate knowledge and skills in event planning field in order to organize the show concept to be held. 9. Able to implement entrepreneurial expertise in hotel field including hotel design concept, hotel operations and hotel management and future trends that developed in the hospitality field. 10. Able to master English as supporting language in communication and correspondence in the global environment. 11. Able to optimize the use of information technology in order to improve the performance.

Prospective Career of the Graduates Graduates will be able to pursue international career paths on every segment of the hospitality industry at managerial levels worldwide. The managerial positions open for the Hotel Management graduates are varied and limitless. With a hospitality qualification, a graduate can choose from a wide range of careers. The career options include: 1. Sales & Marketing : Reservations Manager, Public Relations & Sales Manager, Sales Director, Director of

Marketing. 2. Finance : Cost Controller, Night Auditor, Accounts Payable/ Receivable, Hotel Accountant, Director of Finance. 3. Human Resources Management : Recruitment Manager, Training and Development Manager, Human

Resources Manager, Director of Human Resources. 4. Rooms Division : Housekeeping Supervisor, Floor Supervisor, Senior Receptionist, Front Office Supervisor,

Assistant Front Office Manager, Front Office Manager, Executive Housekeeper, Rooms Division Manager. 5. Food & Beverage : Restaurant Supervisor, Restaurant Manager, Assistant Food & Beverage Manager, Food and

Beverage Manager, Catering Manager, Executive Chef. 6. Events Management : Corporate Hospitality Supervisor, Functions Manager, Events Coordinator/Organizer,

Banquet Manager, Venue Manager. 7. Top Management : Resident Manager, Executive Assistant Manager, General Manager, Director, Owner.

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Curriculum The Hotel Management curriculum is designed to meet the industry needs that cover skills, knowledge and attitude required for pursuing a management career in the hospitality/hotel industry. Common & Hospitality Core : Hospitality Knowledge; Intercultural Communication; Foreign Languages; Hygiene,

Safety and Security, Law and Ethic. Hospitality Functional Areas: Food Production & Pastry; Food & Beverage Service; Rooms Division (front office

& housekeeping); Event/MICE. General and Managerial Units : Sales & Marketing; General Administration and Management; Financial

Administration and Management; Computer Technology; Human Resources Management; Entrepreneurship. Culinary Art : Food product & Pastry.

Course Structure

Sem

Code

Course Name

MGMT6068 COMM6076 ISYS6173

Human Resources Management* Intercultural Communication and Excellence* Hotel Management Information System

Service

TRSM6051

Workplace Hygiene, Safety and Security*

TRSM6075

Personal Grooming*

1

Elective Course***

LANG6016

French Language I

CHIN6061

Chinese Language I

English University Courses I

ENGL6128

English in Focus

ENGL6130 CHAR6013

English for Business Presentation Character Building: Pancasila

LANG6027

Indonesian

FINC6042

Principles of Finance and Accounting in Tourism Hospitality

TRSM6077

Philosophy of Tourism, Law and Ethics*

TRSM6076

Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality Industry*

2

Elective Course***

LANG6017

French Language II

CHIN6062

Chinese Language II

English University Courses II

ENGL6129

English Savvy

ENGL6131

English for Written Business Communication

CHAR6014

Character Building: Kewarganegaraan

TRSM6080

Rooms Division Operations Introduction*

TRSM6081

Event Management Introduction*

TRSM6078

Food Production, Pastry and Bakery Introduction*

3

TRSM6079

Food & Beverage Service Operations Introduction*

ENTR6003

Entrepreneurship I

Elective Course***

LANG6018

French Language III

CHIN6063

Chinese Language III

SCU 2 4 2 4 4

2 2

2 2 2 2 4 4 4

2 2

2 2 2 2/2 4 2/4 4 2

2 2

Total 20

20 24

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Sem 4 5

Code

Course Name

CHAR6015 TRSM6082 TRSM6083 MKTG6060

Character Building: Agama

Research Methodology for Tourism and Hospitality* Facility and Design Planning for Tourism Resort, Hotel & Restaurant*

Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality Industry*

Stream : Culinary Art

TRSM6029

Food Nutrition*

TRSM6130

Asian Cuisine**

Stream : Hotel and Operation Services

TRSM6084

Front Office Administrations and Operations*

TRSM6085

Restaurant and Bar Service Operation**

TRSM6086

Housekeeping Operation*

Stream: Event Management

TRSM6087

Public Relations, Fund Raising and Sponsorship for Event*

TRSM6088

Expo and Exhibition Management**

Elective Course***

LANG6019

French Language IV

CHIN6064

Chinese Language IV

Stream : Culinary Art

ENTR6004

Entrepreneurship II

TRSM6089

Pastry, Bakery and Chocolate**/*

TRSM6045

Culinary Art*

TRSM6042

Catering Management*

TRSM6092

Indonesian Cuisine*

Stream : Hotel and Operation Services

Enrichment Program for Hotel and Operation Services Streaming I

Stream: Event Management

Enrichment Program for Event Management Streaming I

SCU 2 4 4 4

2 6

2 4 2

2 2/4

2 2

2 6 4 2 2/4

16

16

Total 24

20/16/16

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Sem

Code

Course Name

SCU

Total

Stream : Culinary Art

Enrichment Program for Culinary Art Streaming I

16

Stream : Hotel and Operation Services

MGMT6066

Hotel Financial Management

2

TRSM6066

Rooms Division Management*

4

TRSM6094

Restaurant and Bar Management**/*

2/4

TRSM6095

The Art of Wine and Coffee*

6

ENTR6004

Entrepreneurship II

2/4

2

16/20/20

Stream: Event Management

ENTR6004

Entrepreneurship II

2

TRSM6096

Event Design & Production*

2/4

TRSM6097 TRSM6064 TRSM6098

Showbiz & Entertainment Project Management**/*

2/4

Strategic Management and Contemporary issues in Event*

2

Conference Management*

2/2

Stream : Culinary Art

Enrichment Program for Culinary Art Streaming II

16

Stream : Hotel and Operation Services

7

16

Enrichment Program for Hotel and Operation Services Streaming II

16

Stream: Event Management

Enrichment Program Event Management Streaming II

16

Stream : Culinary Art

TRSM6048

Final Project

6

Stream : Hotel and Operation Services

8

TRSM6049

Final Project

6 6

Stream: Event Management

TRSM6074

Final Project

6

TOTAL CREDIT 146 SCU

*) This course is delivered in English **) Entrepreneurship Embedded ***) Elective Courses : Foreign Language

Student has to choose one foreign languages starting on 1st semester (each for 2 SCU) Selected languages on 2nd , 3rdand 4thsemester are same with selected languages on 1st semester English University Courses: -) For 1st Semester : English University Courses I, student with score Binus University English Proficiency Test less than 500 will take English in Focus, and student with score test greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Business Presentation -) For 2nd Semester: English University Courses II, student with score Binus University English Proficiency Test less than 500 will take English Savvy, and student with score test greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Written Business Communication -) Students should pass English Savvy with a minimum Grade is C.

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Enrichment Program I (5th Semester for Streaming Hotel and Operation Services and Event Management and 6th Semester for Streaming Culinary Art) & Enrichment Program II (7th Semester):

-) Student will take one of enrichment program tracks (off campus)

Enrichment Track Scheme (Streaming: Event Management and Hotel and Operation Services)

Track

Semester 5

Semester 7

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