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What are the different courses available in Hospitality and Tourism Management?

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Our country is famous for its rich culture and historical heritage. In India Hospitality and Tourism Management is the sector where the growth estimated is beyond imagination. This sector is among the top 10 sectors which attract highest FDI.

When it comes to Hospitality and Tourism Management the courses available are varied and options are more than you can just think of. Hospitality and Tourism Management offers diverse and exciting opportunities in career.There is a wide arena for careers.The top careers are as follows:

  • Travel Agent
  • Hotel manager
  • Spa manager
  • Tour Operator
  • Event and Conference Organiser
  • Tour Guide
  • Executive Chef
  • Sommelier
  • PR Manager
  • Leisure Activity Co-ordinator

 

Career options in this segment are not exhaustive. You can also be a successful entrepreneur in this wide-open service industry by opening catering companies, Real Estate Management Companies, Bars, Fitness Clubs and Private Clubs, manufacturers and suppliers of hospitality equipment, Theme Parks, Venues for theatres, concerts and for other cultural events etc.

In India there are huge numbers of institutes offering courses in different branches of Hospitality. If you are opting for a career in Hospitality & Tourism Industry, there exist a variety of courses as per your affordability. Courses should be chosen keeping in mind the career you are actually looking for. Courses available in Hospitality and Tourism Management are as follows:

Bachelor Courses:

Duration: 3 years full time courses

Eligibility:10+2 or its equivalent examination passed in any stream. In case of courses of Bachelor of Science, 10+2 passed in Science stream may be required.

 

  • Bachelor of Hotel Management
  • Bachelor of Hotel Management and Tourism
  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Hotel Administration
  • Bachelor of Science Hotel and Hospitality Management (B.Sc-HHM)
  • Bachelor of Science Hotel Management and Catering Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Study and Catering Services
  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Studies
  • Bachelor of Science Resort and Event Management (B.Sc-REM)
  • Bachelor of Science Restaurant and Catering Management (B.Sc-RCM)
  • Bachelor of Science Airlines and Airport Management (B.Sc-AAM)
  • Bachelor of Science Travel and Tourism Management (B.Sc-TTM)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management
  • BBA in Hospitality and Travel Management
  • Bachelor of Tourism Administration
  • Com Travel and Tourism Management
  • Bachelor of Arts Hotel management Hons(4 years)
  • Bachelor of Arts in International Hospitality and Tourism Management

Postgraduate Courses:

 

Duration: 2 years course

Eligibility: Bachelor’s degree in any stream. In case of Degree awarded as Master of Science, Bachelor Degree in Science or 3 year Diploma in Hotel Management may be required. Selection is also based on Merit.

  • Master of Science Hotel and Hospitality Management (M.Sc-HHM)
  • MBA-Tourism and Hospitality Management (MBA-THM)
  • Master of Science in Hospitality Administration
  • Master of Science in Hotel Management
  • Master of Science in Tourism
  • Master of Science in Food Science
  • MBA in Hotel Management and Tourism

Diploma Courses

 

Duration: 1 year to 2 year

Eligibility: 10+2 or its equivalent examination passed in any stream. Post graduate Diploma courses generally require a Bachelor Degree. These courses are offered in both full time and on part time basis.

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Aviation and Hospitality Services
  • Post Graduate DiplomainAviation, Hospitality and Travel Management
  • Advance Diploma in Air Travel Management and CRS
  • Advance Diploma in International Airport and Airline Management
  • Diploma in Aviation, Hospitality and Travel Management
  • Diploma in Airport Management& Customer Care(DAMCC)
  • Hotel Operations
  • Hotel Management and catering Technology
  • Food and Beverage Production/Service
  • House Keeping
  • Front Office Management
  • Hotel Reception and Book Keeping
  • Travel Agency Management
  • Bakery and Confectionery
  • Restaurant and Counter Service

Certified Courses

 

Duration: 6 months to 1 year

Eligibility: 10 or 10+2 or its equivalent examination passed in any stream as required

  • Certificate in Travel and Tourism Management
  • Hotel management and Catering Technology
  • Cookery, Bakery and Confectionary
  • Hospitality and Air travel Management
  • Certificate in Food and Beverage Service Management
  • Tourism and Travel Management
  • Certificate in Aviation and Hospitality Services
  • Certificate in Aviation, Hospitality and Travel Management
  • Certificate inHospitality, Travel and Customer Service
  • Certificate in Airport Ground Services

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