Department of Hospitality Management
The Department of Hospitality Management provides practical training in professional skills and management, as well as education and research for the hospitality industry, and cultivates excellent service-management professionals.
Emphasizing hospitality-management professional knowledge and skill cultivation, the curriculum includes modules in Beverage Skills and Management, Culinary Skills and Management, Hospitality Service Skills and Management, Human Training and Management, Marketing Planning, as well as Starting a Business (Entrepreneur). Curriculum design allows undergraduate students to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years or to allow senior students to enter the job market early in order to secure jobs after graduation. More details on course contents are shown below.
General Basic Courses
Beverage Skills and Management: Beverage Management I & II, Seminar on Wines
Culinary Skills and Management: Food Sanitation and Safety, Food Science, Baking Food I & II, Chinese Culinary, Western Culinary, Food Culture, Hospitality Creativity and Product Development
Hospitality Service Skills and Management: Food and Beverage Service, Housekeeping and Room Service, Service Quality Management for Hospitality
Professional Advanced Courses
Human Training and Management: Japanese, Fundamentals of Management, Hospitality Ethics, Hospitality Career Planning and Technician Certificate, Hospitality French, Hospitality English, Human Resource Management, Hospitality Practical Training
Marketing Planning: Consumer Behavior, Statistics, Marketing for Hospitality, Research Method, Statistical Methods and Data Analysis, Research Project, Hospitality E-Commerce, Strategic Brand Management for Hospitality
Starting a Business (Entrepreneur): Introduction to Hospitality, Introduction to Tourism, Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Hotel Management, Accounting, Restaurant Management, Food and Beverage Purchasing, Menu Design and Cost Control, Financial Management for Hospitality, Hospitality Facilities Planning and Design, Hospitality Information Management, Establishing Small Business for Hospitality(餐旅微型創業), Hotel Development and Planning, Research Project, Bed and Breakfast Operation and Management, Hospitality Chain Management
Teaching Resource Facilities
Teaching Hotel, Scholar Dorm, Teaching Kitchens for Chinese and Western Cooking, Teaching Kitchen for Baking, professional mixology and F & B Service Classroom, as well as, Café 409 professional classroom.
Facilitating courses for the Level C technician for Chinese culinary (the Meat Dish), Level C technician for baking food/Breads, Level C technician for baking food/Cakes, Level C technician for making drinks, City & Guilds Barista, HACCP(Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point), CHM (Certified Hospitality Management).
Career Development after Graduation:
The department of hospitality graduates may have two directions for their future career development: further advanced study and professional work opportunities.
For the advanced studies: related graduate programs include tourism management, recreation and leisure management, and hospitality management.
For the professional work opportunities: related work fields include the MICE industry, hotel industry, restaurant and food service industry, casino hotels, airline industry, Travel agents, cruises, theme parks, forest recreation areas, etc..
Title of Award Degree:
Program: Undergraduate Traditional Day (Full-Time) Students
Award Degree: Bachelor of Science
Abbreviation for Award Degree: B.S.
Certification: Hospitality Management