The Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management is a four-year program designed to provide the needed professional preparation and training for exciting and rewarding careers in the Hospitality/Hotel and Restaurant industry. The program integrates a competency based training methodology to prepare graduates to become globally competitive, professionally competent. morally upright, and socially responsible contributors to national development.
The Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management program develops tudent’s professional and technical competence in preparation for leadership responsibilities In hospitality-related enterprises. It also provides intellectual growth, communication skills, ethical awareness, appreciation of values and society and professional knowledge of hospitality Industry. It aims to develop potential hoteliers and entrepreneurs who are equipped with the latest technical and managerial skills geared towards maximum utilization of e-commerce application software in hotel and related travel institutions operations. Bachelor of Science In Hotel and Restaurant Management, copyright 2000-2006)
It also renders quality service in every guest for their accommodation and food; and Tourism which includes providing the client’s travel eeds which also covers foreign language and personality development courses. It entertains both local and International tour. (BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management In the Philippines, copyright 2010-2012) The number of Incoming college students who enroll In the course HRM Increases every year. It only shows that a lot of incoming college students are giving interest In the course and because of that, the course is now being recognized as one of the top courses to be taken in the Philippines.
According to Lito B. Soriano, president of LBS-E Recruitment and executive director of the Federated Associations of Manpower Exporters Inc. , data from the Philippine overseas Employment Administration (POEA) show that the country generates more than 120,000 HRM graduates every year. Most of the HRM graduates need additional skill trainings to be able to qualify for employment here in the Philippines and overseas, says Soriano. (Oversupply of Unemployable Graduates, 2010).
Labor Undersecretary Rosalinda Baldoz confirms that HRM is one of the two courses that post the biggest number of graduates for the past years. She says many of those who took up HRM want to go abroad but they cannot immediately qualify for mployment overseas due to lack of the necessary experience required by foreign employers. COMMISSION on Higher Education (Ched) officials claims the current oversupply in nurses and other professionals including HRM graduates. This is likely due to the growing interest of students to go abroad.