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Hospitality Management (Honours)

  • Course Code

    CR_OHOMA_8

  • Field of Study

    Hospitality Management

  • Type of Course:

    Honours Degree

  • Type of Qualification:

    BBus (Honours)

  • Type of Study:

    Full time,Part time

  • Application Closing Date:

    15th June 2016

Admission Requirements:

Ordinary Degree in Business [Level 7] in Hospitality Management or closely related field. The applicant is required to have a merit result in their degree, or to have an additional period of reckonable hospitality experience, ideally in a supervisory role.

Course summary

The programme builds on the strong foundations and applied knowledge of the Level 7 BBus in Hospitality Management. The programme focused on building the managerial and individual abilities that the student will require on into their future careers. The concentration of the programme is on the development of the student for future senior roles in Hospitality organisations and subsequently in general management. The programme develops the student’s facilities for critical thinking, decision making and problem solving, and for roles in industry which require innovation and strategic thinking. It includes examination both current and traditional issues that impact on the sector and has an emphasis of the international issues, environment, and the financial issues relation to the roles.

Department(s)

Tourism & Hospitality

CIT has developed a website which gives full details of all modules for all courses. The website also has information on recommended textbooks, average weekly workload, assessments, and exams.

Please click here for module information - Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Hospitality Management.

Graduates have progressed to roles as diverse as Hotel General Managers, Business Consultants, Hotel Group Operations Managers, as well as senior roles in large corporate hotels, and Business owners.

Further Study Courses
Suitably qualified Graduates may continue their studies to Master’s Degree in Business by research or follow a structured taught Master’s Degree in Business. Graduates may subsequently progress to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

Application is made directly to the Admissions Office at CIT (admissions@cit.ie). Applicants who are  not currently  attending a programme in hospitality management at CIT should submit full details of their previous academic qualifications, and an up to date transcript of their relevant hospitality management experience.

 

Enquiries by email to
hospitality@cit.ie