Hotel Management Major
Created in consultation with industry, students graduate with real world knowledge and employability skills required by leading hotels, resorts and hospitality businesses.
This major covers the key aspects required for managing these types of organisations and their operations including food and beverage management, rooms division management, service management, international resort and facilities management, financial management and strategic management. Using industry standard software and facilities, students will be equipped with the practical skills needed to function as a business professional and industry leader in the contemporary hotel management sector.
Availability & Campus
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|HOS2110||Food and Beverage Management||15|
|HOS2325||Managing the Service Experience||15|
|HOS3211||Management of Hospitality Finance||15|
|MAN2145||Human Resource Management||15|
|TSM3101||International Resort Management||15|
|TSM3105||Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hospitality||15|
|HOS3100||Hospitality and Tourism Management||15|
For more detailed unit information for this Major take a look at our Handbook. To organise your life for next semester visit the Semester timetable.Student handbook
- Access, analyse and critically evaluate relevant information to solve challenging hotel management problems systematically.
- Apply broad hotel management knowledge to a range of business situations, incorporating international/global/cultural perspectives.
- Collaborate effectively in team settings to produce measurable outcomes.
- Communicate hotel management knowledge, concepts and advice persuasively and clearly in both written and oral formats, using relevant technology.
- Generate creative ideas for business innovations that respond to opportunities and constant change.
- Reflect on feedback and critique one's own performance in order to identify and plan opportunities for development.
- Value professional behaviours and/or personal citizenship that reflect an appreciation of the interrelationship between business ethics and corporate social responsibility.
Employment opportunities for graduates exist within hotels and resorts across the global accommodation and hospitality services sector. Within these types of businesses, you may be involved in the operations and management of accommodation provision and servicing, food and beverage services (including in restaurants, cafes and bars), entertainment, gaming, events, sales and marketing or the hiring, training and supervising of staff.
Possible future job titles
Hotel Manager, Food and Beverage Manager, Rooms Division Manager, Front Office Manager, Hotel Sales Manager, Restaurant Manager, Cafe Manager, Bar Manager, Hospitality Business Manager