Accredited by the Council of Educational Evaluation-Accreditation (S.E.K.A.P.)
Subsided by the Government of Cyprus.
What you will learn…
Upon completion of the program, students will:
• Have a solid academic background that will ensure their contribution towards effective industry operations in the hospitality sector.
• Obtain technical knowledge required to lead operations in modern hotels, clubs and restaurants with emphasis on analytical as well as interpersonal communication and organizational skills, which are crucial to become successful hospitality professionals.
• Acquire facts and competencies to build skills vital for the hospitality industry and develop cultural awareness, social responsibility and personal integrity.
• Gain valuable industry-related knowledge, skills and experience.
• Have the necessary abilities to manage sections / departments in hospitality operations, with brilliant prospects for career advancement into general management and beyond.
• Have the ability to develop effective operational plans and to schedule and control available resources in order to maximize guest satisfaction and company output.
• Be able to motivate, lead and guide personnel towards the achievement of company goals.
• Be in a position to maintain a positive working environment that promotes teamwork, efficiency, productivity and cooperation.
• Be able to perform efficiently at both national and international levels and meet the constant challenges of the dynamic global tourism industry.
• Gain a broad education in other areas, by building on a strong foundation in Humanities and Social Sciences.
• Be ready to embark on an effective career track to successfully fulfill personal professional goals within the world’s largest industry – the travel industry – an industry full of new thrills and challenges every day, which offers endless career opportunities, in Cyprus and abroad.
• Be competent to exploit effectively career opportunities in hotels, restaurants, catering, events and entertainment, casinos, clubs, cruise ships, etc.
• Have a strong academic background to pursue further and higher academic endeavors.
• Benefit from Intercollege’s decades of experience in Hospitality Management education in modern facilities, as well as the wide network of industry stakeholders through which industry employment is supported.
Duration:Four (4) years for the Bachelor.
Location: Intercollege Larnaca
The Hospitality (Hotel) Management program offered at Intercollege offers people from all cultures and backgrounds the opportunity to earn qualifications in Hospitality Management which are of relevance to the changing workplace today. The focus of the program is on the development of managerial skills, abilities and competencies essential to all hospitality managers. Students not only gain an educational foundation in theory, but also learn to apply their knowledge gained in various hospitality settings. Our graduates learn how to lead organizations and how to adapt in multicultural environments.
The curriculum is designed to provide the student with the knowledge required to manage in the hospitality industry, and to also gain a broad education in other areas, by building on a strong foundation in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The curriculum thereby encourages the students to acquire facts and competencies in the skills vital to the Hospitality industry and to develop cultural awareness, social responsibility and personal integrity. The program focuses on the technical knowledge required to lead and manage modern hotels, clubs and restaurants and emphasizes the analytical as well as the interpersonal communication and organizational skills needed by hospitality professionals.
Major Core Requirements
HOSP-100 Intro To Hospitality Mgt
HOSP-105 Food Science
HOSP-110 Food & Beverage Management I
HOSP-111A Food Production & Service Operations
HOSP-201 Hospitality Practicum I
HOSP-210A Bar Management
HOSP-211A Restaurant Operations Management
HOSP-235 Housekeeping & Maint. Mgt
HOSP-245 Front Office Management
HOSP-250 Hospitality Information Systems
HOSP-301 Hospitality Practicum II
HOSP-320 Food & Bev. Control for the Hosp. Ind.
HOSP-350 Food Service Layout and Design
HOSP-360 Meetings Conferences & Incentives
HOSP-370 Hospitality Human Resources Management
HOSP-375 Casino Management
HOSP-380 Service Quality Management
HOSP-430 Hospitality and Tourism Law
HOSP-450 Hospitality Managerial Accounting
HOSP-480 Marketing for Hospitality Industry
HOSP-485 Research Methods
HOSP-490 Intercultural Communication
HOSP-493 Final Year Project
TRVL-215 Structure Of Tourism
TRVL-300 Tourism Planning & Development
ACCT-110 Elementary Accounting I
ACCT-111 Elementary Accounting II
BADM-230 Business Law
BADM-234 Organizational Behavior
BADM-475 Strategy and Business Policy
COMM-321 Public Relations Principles
ECON-261 Principles Of Microeconomics
ECON-262 Principles Of Macroeconomics
FIN-266 Managerial Finance
MGT-281 Intro To Management
MGT-481 Personnel Management
Foreign Language Electives
FREN-101 French Language & Culture I
FREN-102 French II
FREN-201 French Language & Culture Iii
FREN-315 Contemporary France
GERM-101 German Language & Culture I
GERM-102 German Language & Culture II
GERM-201 Advanced German
GERM-315 Contemporary Germany
GREK-101 Greek Language and Culture I
GREK-102 Greek Language and Culture II
ITAL-101 Italian Language & Culture I
ITAL-102 Italian Lang & Culture II
RUS-101 Russian Language & Culture I
RUS-102 Russian Language & Culture II
BADM-231 Business Communications
BADM-332 Technical Writing & Research
BENG-100 College English
COMM-200 Bus & Prof Communication
ENGL-100 Basic Writing
ENGL-101 English Composition
COMP-150 Microcomputer Applications
COMP-151A Fund. Conc. of Info. and Comp. Tech.
COMP-160 Introduction to Multimedia
COMP-161 Interactive Multimedia Development
COMP-351 Information Systems Concepts
MATH-105 Intermediate Algebra
MATH-150 Finite Mathematics
MATH-160 College Algebra
MATH-190A Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
MATH-191 Calculus II
MATH-320 Computer Graphics
DES-110A Introduction to the Visual Arts
DES-111 Graphic Design
ENGL-102 West World Lit & Comp
HIST-201 World History to 1500
HIST-202 World History Since 1500
HIST-203 Modern Europe
HIST-260 Cyprus History & Culture
MUS-110 Introduction to Music
PHIL-101 Intro To Philosophy
REL-250A Ancient & Medieval Christian Thought
Social Sciences Electives
ANTH-105 Cultural Anthropology
ESCI-200 Society & Environment
PSCI-101 American National Government
PSY-110 General Psychology I
PSY-111 General Psychology II
PSY-210A Social Psychology
SOC-101 Principles Of Sociology