Award:Ordinary Bachelor Degree
 
NFQ Level:7
 
No. of Semesters:6
Official Code:TA_HHOTM_D
 
Mode of Delivery:Full Time
 
Embedded Award:No
Department:Humanities
Programme Extra Information:Non credit but mandatory Professional Practice module added to sems 3 & 4.
 

Programme Outcomes

On successful completion of this programme the learner will be able to :

PO1Knowledge - Breadth
 (a)Demonstrate specialised knowledge, competencies and understanding across a variety of key hospitality and tourism business principles and practices including: a. Human Resource Management b. Sales and Marketing c. Facilities Management d. Information Technology e. Management Accounting f. Internship g. Event Management Comprehend how key players in the national/international hospitality and tourism sector operate Demonstrate knowledge of major trends and developments in the national/international hospitality and tourism sector
PO2Knowledge - Kind
 (a)Demonstrate knowledge of current trends in the contemporary hospitality and tourism sector Have a capacity to understand the limitations of their own knowledge and the need for adaptation, creativity and change
PO3Skill - Range
 (a)Apply principles and practice of customer care and quality service Operate effectively in a hospitality and tourism work environment Apply communication theory in a practical setting Apply budgeting concepts in a practical hospitality and tourism environment
PO4Skill - Selectivity
 (a)This level seven programme will develop the graduate’s ability to address a range of business decisions, so that (s)he can: a. Analyse management information and formulate basic judgements in a hospitality and tourism context b. Select and apply appropriate hospitality and tourism information technology c. Demonstrate an ability to initiate concepts and solutions within an event management framework d. Engage in critical thinking in relation to contemporary issues in the hospitality and tourism sector
PO5Competence - Context
 (a)Extract and analyse data from management information systems Prepare, analyse and interpret budgets and reports Evaluate different approaches to management practices in a changing business environment
PO6Competence - Role
 (a)Work independently as team member or a team leader Recognise how his/her interpersonal skills are perceived by or impact on other people Evaluate his/her abilities/capacities Take cognisance of and respect individual and cultural differences
PO7Competence - Learning to Learn
 (a)Be aware of the need for continuing professional development and of the resources available to keep abreast of new developments Learn from experience gained in a new and unfamiliar context Take responsibility for his/her own learning
PO8Competence - Insight
 (a)Engage in debate across a broad range of personal issues and understand the necessity for work life balance in a hospitality and tourism context
 

Semester Schedules

Semester 1

Mandatory
Module CodeModule Title
GAST H1005Gastronomy
INFO H1024Information Technology 1
KITC H1001Kitchen & Rest Operations 1
HOSP H1001International Hosp & Tour Stud
LEAR H1001Learning & Innovation in Engineering
Elective
Module CodeModule Title
EURO H1003European Studies
SPAN H1025Spanish
GERM H1035German
FREN H1033French

Semester 2

Mandatory
Module CodeModule Title
KITC H1002Kitchen & Rest Operations 2
ECON H1014Economics 1
FROF H1001Front Office & Accom Oper 1
INFO H1025Information Technology 2
HOSP H1002International Hosp & Tour 2
Elective
Module CodeModule Title
FREN H1034French
SPAN H1026Spanish
CITZ H1001Active Citizenship
GERM H1036German
 

Semester 3

Mandatory
Module CodeModule Title
WINE H2003Wine & Beverage Stud 1
FROF H2001Front Office & Accom Oper 2
ECON H2009Economics 2
FACC H2007Financial Accounting 1
CULT H2004Cultural & Leisure Tourism
PROP H2003Professional Practice ( Part 1 of 2 )
Elective
Module CodeModule Title
INCC H2001International Customer Care 1
SPAN H2026Spanish
GERM H2033German
FREN H2032French

Semester 4

Mandatory
Module CodeModule Title
WINE H2004Wine & Beverage Studies 2
MKTG H2016Marketing for Hospitality & Tourism
FACC H2008Financial Accounting 2
HOSP H2001Principles of Hosp Mngt
LAWS H2019Hospitality & Tourism Law
PROP H2003Professional Practice ( Part 2 of 2 )
Elective
Module CodeModule Title
FREN H2033French
GERM H2034German
SPAN H2027Spanish
INCC H2002International Customer Care 2
 

Semester 5

Mandatory
Module CodeModule Title
INTE H3001Internship

Semester 6

Mandatory
Module CodeModule Title
SALE H3001Sales & Mktg Hosp Tour
MNGT H3028Managing People in Hosp & Tour
MNGT H3029Facilities Mngt for Hosp & Tou
MACC H3009Management Accounting
HOSP H3001Applied Hosp and Tour Research
BUSS H3015Business & Event Tourism