School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

The School of Hospitality and Tourism Management offers two major programs: B.S. in Hopitality Management and B.S. in Tourism Management. Both programs provide career preparation for hotel, food and beverage management including recreational and leisure facilities, gaming, travel agencies, airline and cruise industry, travel and tour operation industry and other industries that are related to hospitality, travel and tourism.


To be the leading college offering one of the best Hospitality and Tourism Management programs in the country.


The school/department is committed to equip students with the capability to face the growing demands of the hospitality industry while instilling values becoming of a well-nurtured individual.


  1. To offer contemporary study as per CHED curriculum
  2. To integrate the fundamental goals of the College into the academic curriculum & activities of the HTM program
  3. To function as the regional center for:
    • Best practices in hospitality management & operations
    • Best practices in the workplace & foodservice safety
    • Culinary & baking excellence
  4. To develop hospitality professionals who are self-directed, ethical and guest focused, who demonstrate competence in service and management
  5. To develop life-long learners who are effective communicators, globally aware and abreast of the prevailing trends and demands in the hospitality industry


  1. Organizational Objective

    To recognize that the department exists to contribute to organizational effectiveness. HTM is not an end in itself; it is only a means to assist the organization (CCT) with its primary objectives. Simply stated, the department exists to serve the rest of the organization. 

  2. Function Objective

    To maintain the department's contribution at a level appropriate to the organization's (CCT) needs. Resources are wasted when HTM is more or less sophisticated than the organization demands. A department's level of service must be appropriate for the organization it serves.

  3. Personal Objective

    To assist students in achieving their personal goals, at least in so far as these goals enhance the individual's contribution to the organization.

  4. Society Objective

    To be socially responsible to the needs and challenges of the hospitality industry in the micro-level and the society in the macro perspective.

Programs Offered

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM)

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Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management

Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSTM)

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