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The Faculty of Business and Economics (FBE) Graduate Outcomes for Bachelor Degree Programmes

4-year Prescribed Bachelor Programmes (in these programmes, students follow a pre-planned sequence of courses):

Bachelor of Commerce in Hotel Management Programme Graduate Outcomes

On successful completion of this programme, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Apply critically, knowledge and skills that are informed by theoretical perspectives, pertaining to the operation and management of the tourism, hospitality and hotel/resort industry in the Pacific region and internationally;
  2. Evaluate the environmental, socio-cultural and economic issues affecting the operations and management of tourism, hospitality and hotel/resort in developing countries in the Pacific region and internationally;
  3. Discuss critically, the relationship between the tourism, hospitality and hotel/resort industry and the role of different stakeholders
  4. Apply critically, marketing and management principles to tourism, hospitality and hotel/resort products and services;
  5. Design a tourism/hospitality enterprise that is ethical, sustainable, financially viable and culturally appropriate;
  6. Work autonomously and flexibly, individually and in teams, to apply the theoretical, practical and professional skills in tourism, hospitality and hotel/resort management, learnt in internships and the programme;
  7. Communicate effectively in a wide range of tourism, hospitality and hotel/resort settings in a manner and language that is appropriate for a local and/or international audience and context;
  8. Conduct research in academic and other contexts using appropriate methods and processes, presenting findings in the required format;
  9. Apply critically, strategic services management, ICT and human resource practices in a hotel context.

Bachelor of Commerce in Hotel Management Programme Graduate Outcomes and Rubric