Undergraduate

Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)

Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)
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Study Method

ICHM’s standard mode of delivery is face to face with incorporated technology enhanced learning (TEL).

Course Codes

CRICOS: 075806G

TEQSA: CRS1200832

Subject Summary

27 Subjects

19 Core on campus subjects

5 Electives on campus subjects

3 Work integrated learning off campus placements

Course Diagram

Certificate iconQualification Info

Awards

Bachelor of Business with (Hospitality Management)

AQF Level

7

Calendar iconIntake Dates
20 May 202412 August 202428 October 20243 March 20252 March 2026

The ICHM Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) prepares you for an international career in a wide variety of hospitality businesses. You will progress from an operational base through to a management perspective.

Your knowledge is expanded each year with new industry relevant concepts and business applications. ICHM’s academic year consists of six months full time study, followed by a six month Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement throughout Australia, or possibly overseas.

ICHM graduates gain a comprehensive understanding of the international hospitality environment, and as a result, have outstanding career prospects with many obtaining highly sought after positions around the world.

 

ICHM’s Work Integrated Learning (WIL) process has been designed to ensure students leave their degree industry ready and can hit the ground running.

The professional internship provides a placement opportunity which enables students to consolidate the skills and knowledge they have acquired in practical, professional settings to achieve the subject learning outcomes and complete assessments which integrate theory and practice and facilitate self-reflection and critical analysis. In addition to participating in the workforce with a host company as part of a structured internship or creating their own entrepreneurship venture, the students will also complete a placement project on an issue of strategic value to their host company or own venture, as described in the next section.

Students will critically reflect upon their own development plan and progress through the preparation of a reflective assessment that considers the impact of identified workplace experiences on their personal development and future career progression opportunities. This subject also allows students the opportunity to explore their professional interests; test their industry expectations or possible start-up creations and ideas; apply, practice and develop real world employability skills; and form professional networks for future career success.

ICHM prides itself on the quality and number of WIL placements available to its students. These placements form an integral and extremely valuable part of all the ICHM degree programs.

ICHM works with a number of valued industry partners across hospitality and broader business industries, both within Australia and around the world, to facilitate placements which will enhance the career prospects of each individual student.

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Academic Requirements - Domestic Students

Applicants with higher education study: (bridging or enabling course) must have:

  • Commenced or completed a higher education course, such as a bachelor degree

Applicants with Vocational Education and Training (VET) study must have:

  • A completed Certificate III or above and have completed year 12

Applicants with work and life experience must demonstrate the ability to undertake study at this level with:

  • Evident of professional and/or post secondary qualifications; OR

  • Evidence of employment experience; OR

  • Evidence of the development of skills, abilities and knowledge from life experience; OR

  • A pass in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT); OR

  • Evidence of successful completion of a Tertiary Preparations Program or Foundation Program.

Applicants with recent secondary education (within the past 2 years) must have:

  • Completion of Year 12 with one of the following ATAR 55, IB24 or OP18,

See our comprehensive list of entry requirements for international equivalents.

English Requirements

Students may be required to prove English proficiency to enroll with ICHM. Students who do not meet ICHM's English requirements upon application, may be offered enrolment conditional upon successful completion of an English language course.

IELTS - Academic overall score 6.0 (min 5.5 in any band)

 

PTE - 50 (writing & speaking not below 45)

 

Cambridge English (CAE) - 169 (min 162 in any band)

 

CEFRL - B2

 

UTS Insearch - AEL4

 

ISLPR - 3

 

BEC - BEC Vantage

 

Cambridge FCE - 169 (min 162 in any band).

 

SACE ETS Level 2 - Pass

 

HKDSE - 4

 

Eynesbury College - Successful completion of EAP3 with a pass mark of 50%

Previous Study or Industry Experience

Students are encouraged to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for study taken at another institution; as well as time they may have spent working in the hospitality industry. Approved recognition or credit for previous study or work, may reduce a students overall cost and study workload, or duration.

THIS POLICY IS MOST COMMONLY APPLIED TO:

  • Students who have undertaken some study at other universities, colleges or hotel schools looking to transfer, and gain the advantage of a higher level qualification

  • People with business-related diplomas or degrees wanting to enter the hotel industry to change their career direction

  • Industry personnel with experience and some training seeking qualifications with international recognition.

TO APPLY FOR RPL YOU MUST:

  • Submit a full application to ICHM indicating that you want to apply for recognition of your prior learning

  • Students will be required to submit certified English translations of all academic/other documents (e.g. curriculum) where necessary

  • A grade of “status” will be given for those subjects where a student has been successful in applying for Recognition of Prior Learning

  • Where recognition is not granted prior to commencement students will be required to attend classes until exemptions are determined

  • As part of the recognition assessment, where students are unable to provide sufficient documentation and evidence, recognition cannot be granted

  • A process of appeal is available in cases of disputes over decisions or refunds granted under these policies.

TEQSA

Australia’s Higher Education providers are registered and monitored by a number of Commonwealth Government departments and agencies. Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) has responsibility for the registration of ICHM, and to accredit its courses. ICHM has been registered for seven years, the longest term TEQSA is able to approve private providers. All courses and qualifications listed on this page are Registered Courses with Course Codes are approved by TEQSA. ICHM’s TEQSA ID is PRV12099.


REGISTERED COURSES COURSE ID

  • Master of International Hotel Management CRS1400554

  • Graduate Diploma in International Hotel Management CRS1400553

  • Graduate Certificate in International Hotel Management CRS1400552

  • Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) CRS1200832

  • Bachelor of Business CRS1401090

  • Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) CRS1401096

  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing) CRS1401093

  • Associate Degree of Business CRS1401091

  • Associate Degree of Business (Entrepreneurship) CRS1401097

  • Associate Degree of Business (Marketing) CRS1401094

  • Diploma of Business CRS1401092

  • Diploma of Business (Entrepreneurship) CRS1401098

  • Diploma of Business (Marketing) CRS1401095

  • Undergraduate Certificate of Hotel, Tourism and Hospitality Operations CRS14001045


FEE-HELP

The Commonwealth Department of Education and Training has approved ICHM as a FEE-HELP provider. FEE-HELP allows Australian and other eligible students students to obtain student loans.

The Study Assist website studyassist.gov.au provides information for students about government assistance for financing tertiary study.


TUITION ASSURANCE

The Tuition Protection Service (TPS) is an initiative of the Australian Government to assist and support students whose education providers are unable to complete the delivery of their course of study. While provider closures are rare, when a provider does stop delivering a course it can be a worrying and uncertain time for students. The TPS is in place to provide information and assist affected students. In relation to ICHM, the TPS provides assistance and support to:

  • International students on student visas

  • Domestic higher education students accessing the Higher Education Loans Program (FEE-HELP)

  • Domestic full fee paying students.

In the event of a provider default, eligible students will be supported to continue their studies in an equivalent or similar course, receive a loan re credit for open units of study, or receive a refund for their upfront payments made for an affected unit.


AQF

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. The AQF describes the equivalencies of Australian undergraduate and postgraduate degrees; the ICHM Master of International Hotel Management, Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship), Bachelor of Business (Marketing) and Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) are thus equivalent in standing to any Australian university degree.


WEB REFERENCES

Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) teqsa.gov.au

Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) aqf.edu.au

Commonwealth Register of Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) cricos.education.gov.au

Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) internationaleducation.gov.au/Regulatory-Information/ Pages/Regulatoryinformation.aspx

International Education (IE) Group internationaleducation.gov.au

Study Assist studyassist.gov.au

Australian Students – FEE-HELP

For all or part of their tuition fees Australian students can access FEE-HELP. See the FEE-HELP page for more information including eligibility.

 

Domestic Students - Undergraduate Tuition Fees
Degree Semester Tuition fee per subject
(unit of study)
Number of subjects per year
(for an equivalent full time study load)
Indicative course fee
Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) Semester 1 $3,257 8 subjects $78,168
Semester 2 Student earns income 1 Work Integrated Learning
Semester 3 $3,257 8 subjects
Semester 4 Student earns income 1 Work Integrated Learning
Semester 5 $3,257 8 subjects
Semester 6 Student earns income 1 Work Integrated Learning

 

 

International Students - Undergraduate Tuition Fees

New International Students are required to pay a once off New Student Fee - A$250.

Degree Semester Tuition fee per subject
(unit of study)
Number of subjects per year
(for an equivalent full time study load)
Indicative course fee
Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) Semester 1 $4,000 8 subjects $96,000
Semester 2 Student earns income 1 Work Integrated Learning
Semester 3 $4,000 8 subjects
Semester 4 Student earns income 1 Work Integrated Learning
Semester 5 $4,000 8 subjects
Semester 6 Student earns income 1 Work Integrated Learning

 

Note: All fees are subject to change without notice. All fees will be adjusted annually to reflect increases. Tuition fees quoted at the time of entry/study in the prospectus are for that year only. All monetary amounts are quoted in Australian Dollars. 

The information on this page is current as of January 2024

 

See our other financial considerations for other expenses to factor in when considering study.

For Domestic Students

Meet entry requirements: ATAR 55

  • Scholarship valued at 10% of tuition fees

  • Scholarship does not apply to repeat subjects.

Exceed entry requirements: ATAR 56 and higher

  • Scholarship valued at 15% of tuition fees

  • Scholarship does not apply to repeat subjects.

 


 

For International Students

Meet entry requirements:

  • Scholarship valued at 20% of tuition fees for duration of study. 

  • Scholarship does not apply to subject repeats.

Exceed entry requirements:

  • Scholarship valued at 30% of tuition fees for duration of study. 

  • Scholarship does not apply to subject repeats.

The course comprises of twenty-seven subjects, which includes nineteen core subjects, five electives and three Work Integrated Learning off campus placements delivered over three-years. The Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management) and the Associate Degree of Business (Hospitality Management) are embedded within the three-year bachelor’s degree.

Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management) - Entry Requirements:

Applicants for this course must provide evidence of:

Academic and/or Industry Experience:

Applications with higher education study must have: 

  • Commenced or completed a higher education course, such as a bachelor’s degree  

  • A completed ICHM Undergraduate Certificate of Hotel, Tourism and Hospitality Operations* 

*Pathway into the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) 

*Pathway into the Associate Degree of Business (Hospitality Management) 

Applications with Vocational Education and Training (VET) study must have: 

  • A completed Certificate III or above within a relevant discipline and have completed year 12 

Applicants with recent secondary education (within the past 2 years) must have:

  • Completion of Year 12

Applicants with work and life experience must have:

  • Evidence of professional and/or post-secondary qualifications; OR 

  • Evidence of employment experience; OR 

  • Evidence of the development of skills, abilities, and knowledge from life experience; OR 

  • A pass in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT); OR 

  • Evidence of successful completion of a Tertiary Preparations Program or Foundation Program. 

English Fluency:

Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate English fluency at IELTS 6.0 Academic overall with no band below 5.5 or an equivalent score in other acceptable tests.

Note: When applying to ICHM certified academic transcripts/supporting documents must be provided in English. These may be certified by the school/institution that issued the original documents, Public Notary or other independent source approved by ICHM.

Associate Degree of Business (Hospitality Management) - Entry Requirements:

Academic and/or Industry Experience:

Applications with higher education study must have: 

  • Commenced or completed a higher education course, such as a bachelor’s degree  

  • A completed ICHM Undergraduate Certificate of Hotel, Tourism and Hospitality Operations* 

  • A completed Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management)

*Pathway into the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) 

Applications with Vocational Education and Training (VET) study must have: 

  • A completed Certificate III or above within a relevant discipline and have completed year 12 

  • Applicants with recent secondary education (within the past 2 years) must have:

  • Completion of Year 12

Applicants with work and life experience must have:

  • Evidence of professional and/or post-secondary qualifications; OR 

  • Evidence of employment experience; OR 

  • Evidence of the development of skills, abilities and knowledge from life experience; OR 

  • A pass in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT); OR 

  • Evidence of successful completion of a Tertiary Preparations Program or Foundation Program. 

English Fluency:

Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate English fluency at IELTS 6.0 Academic overall with no band below 5.5 or an equivalent score in other acceptable tests.

Note: When applying to ICHM certified academic transcripts/supporting documents must be provided in English. These may be certified by the school/institution that issued the original documents, Public Notary or other independent source approved by ICHM.

The indicative number of students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) each year is in excess of 250 students. In any semester approximately half of these students are on campus and the other half are in industry undertaking Work Integrated Learning.

Orientation sessions at ICHM are held in week one at the start of each study period to provide a friendly welcome to all new students from Australia and around the world.

With students drawn from across Australia and around the world, students may not know anyone else before they start studying. The orientation sessions are offered to help you get to know each other, introduce you to campus life in Adelaide, to help you get to know your learning environment, support services and facilities, understand our mutual obligations, our services, meet your lecturers, and just generally settle in.

Graduates have future career opportunities in the following areas: 

  • Hotel General Manager 

  • Report and Spa Manager 

  • Bar/Cocktail Manager 

  • Food and Beverage Director 

  • Guest Relations Manager 

  • Concierge 

  • Accommodation Manager 

  • Banquet Manager 

  • Restaurant Manager 

  • Operations Manager 

  • Hospitality Entrepreneur 

 

What to Expect

Note: Electives are subject to change

Study Period 1

    BBHM101The Contemporary Hospitality and Tourism Industry

    This subject will enable the student to develop an appropriate understanding of the range and scale of the management of operations in hospitality and tourism. The students will be provided with an overview of the industries including their functions, services, and locations that make up the key characteristics of the international contemporary hospitality and tourism industry.

    BBHM102The Server Etiquette

    This subject will enable the student to demonstrate an understanding of the knowledge and skills required in the delivery of food and beverage service standards. The students will examine the operational characteristics of food and beverage service then analyse both the food and beverage product and service in relation to the setting and maintenance of appropriate product and service standards.

    BBHM103Restaurant Service: Standards, Etiquettes & Training

    This subject will enable the student to demonstrate the range of professional skills and knowledge required to provide and coordinate complex services to customers in a professional and operational industry setting. This integrates a range of well-developed operational, professional and organisational skills required by staff to provide a range of products and services to multiple, diverse guests in a variety of settings.

    BBHM104Be Our Guest

    This subject will enable the student to demonstrate professional knowledge and skills in Rooms Division, particularly in the Housekeeping and Concierge departments. Student will examine some of the common Housekeeping and Concierge operational characteristics as well as the products and services required to ensure standard delivery and guest safety and security.

    BBHM105First Taste at Culinary

    This subject will enable the student to demonstrate a basic understanding of theoretical culinary knowledge and practical cooking skills, follow workplace hygiene procedures, and explain the fundamentals of cuisine and kitchen operations as used in international hotels. The subject will also provide the opportunity for the student to develop an appreciation of the food to be experienced in international hotels.

    BBHM106Building Blocks of Marketing

    This subject is an introduction to marketing and will discuss the fundamental principles of contemporary marketing such as the marketing mix, the role of the customer, marketing research and survey techniques as well as their practical application to create value for customers and increase sales. The aforementioned principles of marketing and sales are demonstrated using hospitality-related situations that students will encounter in their professional practice.

    BBHM109Employability for Future Hoteliers

    This subject will enable students to gain an understanding of contemporary communication skills necessary for the hospitality business environment. Students will develop personal, social and professional skills, knowledge and techniques which can be utilised and applied within a range of hospitality and tourism business contexts.

    BBHM112Ready, Set, Study!

    This subject will enable students to develop the skills and knowledge required to develop a sound academic and digital preparedness for undertaking tertiary education. Students will be introduced to a range of concepts, strategies and tools that will provide them with the capacity to succeed in higher education.

Study Period 2

    BBHM111aWork Integrated Learning 1Prerequisites:

    Subject to course progression

    This subject will enable the student to apply and integrate theory with the practice of work so they may develop their knowledge, skills and professional networks through lived experience in a professional workplace setting. This workplace setting may include an international hotel, hotel, tourism or other hospitality-related environment approved by ICHM.

Study Period 3

    BBHM202For the Love of Wine

    This subject will enable the student to develop a sound wine knowledge to make recommendations for the inclusion of appropriate wine on wine lists and to make recommendations to customers based on their stated preference and menu selection. It will also enable the student to discuss international wines with industry colleagues.

    BBHM203Hotel Front Office Operations

    This subject will enable the student to demonstrate the knowledge and competencies required in the delivery, operation and supervision of Front Office service standards in relation to delivering to guest expectations including reservations, front office/reception and executive club/lounge. Students will examine the operational characteristics of these service points. In doing so, they will analyse both the product and service in relation to the setting and maintenance of appropriate product and service standards and develop an appreciation of their associated costs.

    BBHM205Launch into HRM

    This subject will enable the student to develop an understanding of the knowledge and skills required by human resource managers in the hospitality industry. The learner will be introduced to the key principles involved in the recruitment and selection of human resources and how those resources should be developed for the benefit of the individual and the effectiveness and efficiency of the organisation.

    BBHM206Hot Property

    This subject will enable the student to develop an understanding of the role and importance in the successful facilities design and management within the context of the hospitality business. Students will be introduced to the range of operational characteristics required in the management of facilities, safety and security. A key component of this subject will also introduce the interrelationship between spatial design considerations and the impact that form and function have on the successful operation of a hospitality business.

    BBHM209Money Matters

    This subject will enable the student to develop an understanding of the management of business performance from both a financial and an operational position. The learner will develop a range of skills including the use of computer accounting systems to critically analyse and forecast business performance and will be able to recognise the key performance indicators that impact on the effective and efficient management of the hospitality business.

    BBHM212Marketing Beyond the Tangible

    This subject will explore the unique characteristics and challenges of marketing services in a competitive hospitality environment and will build upon the marketing concepts and models introduced in earlier subjects and apply them to the service-intensive hospitality sector. Key topic areas that will be discussed include an overview of services marketing in hospitality, understanding the customer profile, customer relationship management, promotion and pricing strategies specific to marketing of hospitality services, customer satisfaction and its impact on value creation and the marketing of hospitality services through a crisis or service failure.

    BBHM201Culinary Around the World

    This subject will enable the student to develop a professional and technical foundation in the skills required to be an effective supervisor and manager of a culinary food service operation. This will include the development of their own professional skills and knowledge of international cuisines, and the ability to critically assess the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of culinary standards, production and operations.

    BBHM210The Art & Science of Management 

    The subject also focusses on developing some of the advanced communication skills necessary in management and leadership roles, and the ability of the individual to influence others. In addition, the subject also focuses on the development of knowledge and skills to enable students to identify, analyse and make effective decisions to resolve people-related issues in hospitality organisations, facilitate employee development, and develop and sustain effective teams in complex, diverse, and increasingly global operating hospitality environments.

    BBHM216Entrepreneurship

    This subject will enable the student to develop an understanding of the importance and role of entrepreneurship and innovation as important drivers for success in the dynamic and rapidly evolving hospitality industry.

    BBHM217Español 1

    This subject will enable students to gain a basic understanding of speaking, writing, listening and reading Spanish. It is designed for students who have no prior knowledge of the Spanish language. Students will gain foundational understanding of the socio-cultural background of the language and learn the context and value of second language skills within the hospitality industry. The subject will draw on collective conversational practices to integrate knowledge.

    BBHM218Gastronomy: The Art, Culture and Science of Food and Beverages

    This subject will enable the student to develop an understanding and a historical perspective of the principles of gastronomy, together with an appreciation of how such principles can be applied to contemporary hospitality by recognising that food culture and lifestyles have a significant effect on consumers eating patterns. The exploration of food and wines from various regional and international cuisines’, together with sensory evaluation of wines and foods will provide the basis for continued study.

    BBHM303Keeping the Customer Relationship Alive

    This subject will enable the student to understand the theoretical concepts underpinning the management of a customer centric organisation by understanding customer needs and designing customer experiences through the application of a range of principles, tools, and frameworks that support the central focus of the customer for continued business growth in the current hospitality environment.

    BBHM310Big Data, Bigger Opportunities

    This subject will enable the student to understand hospitality business analytics modelling through exploring statistical techniques which are necessary for the modern hospitality business environment. The subject covers areas such as data exploration and visualisation in hospitality business, information technology, various analytical methods used in decision making. Upon completion of the subject, students will achieve the required insight into how business analytics can be used as a business decision supporting tool to achieve competitive advantages in hospitality businesses.

Study Period 4

    BBHM211aWork Integrated Learning 2Prerequisites:

    Subject to course progression

    This subject will enable the student to apply and integrate theory with the practice of work so they may develop their knowledge, skills and professional networks through lived experience in a professional workplace setting. This workplace setting may include an international hotel, hotel, tourism or other hospitality related environment approved by ICHM.

Study Period 5

    BBHM302Managing Productivity Through PeoplePrerequisites:

    BBHM205 Launch into HRM

    This subject will enable the student to critically examine and evaluate the Human Resource Management strategies available to hospitality related organisations in ensuring that business needs are met through effective people resource management.

    BBHM306aOperation Hospitality: Capturing Success in Hotels

    Managing the day-to-day operations of a hotel requires cross-disciplinary and specialised skills and knowledge to ensure guest satisfaction while achieving organisational goals in a highly competitive environment. This subject builds upon prior experiences, skills and knowledge of the operational departments of a hotel, namely Rooms Division and Food & Beverage, to enable students to further develop an understanding of hotel operations from a managerial perspective and capacity.

    BBHM308Sustainability Check-in

    This subject will enable the student to develop an understanding of the concept of ‘sustainability’ in international hospitality environments and the implications for both hospitality businesses and the hospitality consumer.

    BBHM312Revenue Management for HoteliersPrerequisites:

    BBHM209 Money Matters

    This subject will provide a framework to deploy business strategies to optimise revenue in the hospitality industry context. This subject will enable the student to critically evaluate the role of revenue management in hotel business performance and apply complex knowledge of strategic pricing to managing international hotel business operations.

    BBHM313The Business of Events

    This subject provides students with a solid understanding and insight into different business events, the players, processes, influences, and future trends from a hotel venue management perspective. Through research, experiential learning activities, and site inspections, the topics covered include planning and management of conferences and events, stakeholder management – client, supplies & attendees, labour management, financial management, risk management, marketing, sponsorship, and event technology.

    BBHM314International WinePrerequisites:

    BBHM202 For the Love of Wine

    This subject will equip the student with wine knowledge to discuss international wines with industry colleagues and customers, make recommendations for the inclusion of selected wine on wine lists and make recommendations to customers based on their stated preference and selected menu item.

    BBHM315The Power of Brands: Hospitality Insights

    This subject will enable the student to understand the nature, relevance and importance of ‘brand management’ in the international hotel context. The role of branding and the nature of brand identity will be analysed in understanding the role of the international hotel brand.

    BBHM316Designing Contemporary Hotels

    This subject will enable the student to develop an understanding of the key principles and importance of art, design and theatre in the development and management of hotels and hospitality, including the aesthetic importance in the cultural context and an appreciation of design and the theatrical aspects of hotel and hospitality operations.

    BBHM317Español 2Prerequisites:

    BBHM217 Español 1

    This subject will enable students to develop an intermediate understanding of speaking, writing, listening and reading Spanish. Students will build on the foundational understanding developed in Espanol 1 and further develop their knowledge of the socio-cultural background of the language, including the context and value of second language skills within the hospitality industry. The subject will draw on collective conversational practices to integrate knowledge.

    BBHM318Hotel Outlets Management

    Hotel management is no longer just about room sales but about managing total revenues from other hotel facilities and services including food & beverage outlets, catering and banquet space, golf, health club & spa, parking, and retail outlets. Hotel Outlets Management is important in the hospitality industry and hotel operators are striving to maximise all hotel income streams to optimise their profits from the limited inventories and resources. This subject will enable the students to develop an understanding of the roles of various hotel outlets and impacts on hotel business performance. It also provides students with the key tools to analyse and improve managing hotel outlets in international hotel business operations.

    BBHM320Innovate or Evaporate

    This subject allows students to practise skills, including creativity, viability modelling, business model analysis, design thinking and lean experimentation. Students prepare a business plan for a new hospitality venture, or an improvement to an existing enterprise, enabling them to innovate and integrate their theoretical and practical knowledge. This subject seeks to build the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to succeed as an ethical professional. These knowledge and skills are then applied to identify and evaluate innovative high-growth product and service opportunities in the context of a hospitality start-up, a corporation, a not for profit or a government institution.

    BBHM216Entrepreneurship

    This subject will enable the student to develop an understanding of the importance and role of entrepreneurship and innovation as important drivers for success in the dynamic and rapidly evolving hospitality industry.

Study Period 6

    BBHM311aWork Integrated Learning 3Prerequisites:

    Subject to course progression

    This subject will enable the student to apply and integrate theory with the practice of work so they may develop their knowledge, skills and professional networks through lived experience in a professional workplace setting. This workplace setting may include an international hotel, hotel, tourism or other hospitality related environment approved by ICHM.

 

Course Learning Outcomes

Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)

BBUS Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)
CLO Code CLO Descriptor
CLO1 Analyse, evaluate and critique the contemporary hospitality market to identify opportunities for business development and innovations
CLO2 Outline and apply interdisciplinary knowledge and skills in the management and delivery of hospitality services and experiences
CLO3 Plan and apply business concepts independently and in teams to develop an ethical business mindset
CLO4 Communicate and collaborate with diverse international hospitality stakeholders to develop and deliver shared goals
CLO5 Validate technical and professional proficiencies to reflect on personal performance to demonstrate and enhance transferrable skills in international hospitality environments
CLO6 Apply cognitive skills to acquire and analyse knowledge to complete a range of management functions in international hospitality environments

 

 

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