KAGC University , Malaysia.
The Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management program is leveraged on a unique learning opportunity in the combined disciplines of hospitality, tourism and management. Students pursuing the program will be exposed both in the hospitality and tourism industry, as well as to the state-of-the-art technologies used in the fields of economics, management and marketing. As such, graduates of the program are expected to be competent to handle not only the common hospitality and tourism practice but as well to provide advice on complex strategic issues in business decision making process.
By completing this course the students will be able to:
- Familiarize with the necessary principles of management and service standards. Learn and practice various related positions in restaurants, hotels, resorts, theme parks and the kitchens.
- Develop social, interpersonal and communication skills.
- Gain real life experience for practical enhancement.
- A wide variety of jobs and career opportunities exist within the field.
- The tourism and hospitality industries are the world’s largest employers. There is a growing demand for tourism graduates with business management skills and training.
The following subjects are indicative of what you will study on this course. For more details on course structure and modules and how the subjects will be taught and assessed, please contact the college course counsellors.
Additional Green Modules
- Environmental Sustainability
- Environmental Awareness
- Fundamental of Waste Management
- Introduction to Green Technology Management
- 2 and ½ years (7 Semesters)
- 3 Credits in SPM / O Levels or equivalent
- Recognized certificate in a related field
- Hotels and resorts
- Food and beverages services
- Convention and events
- Recreation and theme park
- International Restaurants
Further Study Pathway
This diploma course is normally equivalent to the first year of a local degree and two years of an overseas degree. The diploma can often be used for entry to the second year (local degree) and third year (foreign degree) of a related degree course respectively.