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K92 Bachelor of Hospitality Management

The Bachelor of Hospitality Management is designed to provide the theoretical knowledge and practical skills for a career in the hospitality industry. This strong, industry-based course is designed to provide students with the essential knowledge, competencies and professional attitudes required by middle and senior levels of management in contemporary hospitality organisations. The course commences with an introduction to the hospitality industry and focuses upon an application of the key aspects of marketing, e-business systems, service management, financial management, research methods, and business development. Specialist units focus upon commercial food service management, food and beverage management, rooms division management, facility management, contemporary issues and professional industry experience. This course also provides students with the opportunity to further specialise in various fields (such as tourism management, event management, marketing, human resource management, or public relations) to give their studies a stronger industry focus in that area.


A Hospitality Management degree offers career opportunities in management in the diverse areas of hospitality, including food and beverage management, front office management, rooms division management, resort and gaming management, event and conference management, and hotel and restaurant management.


Standard University admission requirements apply.

This course is available on Joondalup Campus.
This course is available by Full-time, or Part-time mode.
This course is available in the following mode of delivery - On-campus.

The Bachelor of Hospitality Management degree requires a minimum of 360 credit points (24 units) and normally requires three years of full-time study or the part-time equivalent.


The degree has the following main components:

  1. a Core Program of 240 credit points (16 units); and
  2. a Supplementary Program of 120 credit points (8 units) consisting of:
  • an 8 unit major or supporting major;
  • or a minor and electives;
  • or two 4 unit minors;
  • or 8 electives.


NOTE: All Bachelor of Hospitality Management students must complete a minimum of 60 credit points (4 units) at third year level and no more than 150 credit points (10 units) at first year level.



BES1100 Foundations of Business Knowledge 15
HOS2105 Introduction to Commercial Food Service Management: Theory ** 15
HOS2106 Introduction to Commercial Food Service Management: Practice ** 15
BES1200 Business Knowledge Development 15
TSM2111 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism 15
HOS2110 Food and Beverage Management 15
Plus two (2) units from Supplementary Program
MIS1600 e-Business Systems 15
HOS2220 Rooms-Division Management II 15
MKT2195 Services Marketing and Management 15
HOS2115 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing 15
TSM2201 Tourism and Hospitality Research 15
HOS3211 Management of Hospitality Finance 15
Plus two (2) units from Supplementary Program
HOS3100 Hospitality and Tourism Management 15
HOS3320 Hospitality Facilities Management 15
Plus 2 units (with at least 1 unit at Level 3) selected from:
HOS2112 Beverage Appreciation II 15
TSM2202 Introduction to Event Management 15
TSM3105 Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hospitality III 15
TSM3300 Professional Industry Experience 15
TSM3500 Business Events Management 15
TSM3501 Event Operations Management 15
TSM3212 Supervised Research Project * 15
TSM3104 Cruise Ship Tourism 15
SPM3114 Sport Venues and Events 15
Plus four (4) units from Supplementary Program
** Students should enrol in HOS2105 and HOS2106 concurrently
* By invitation only
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2010 VET: 31/03/2010