Tourism offers greater potential for job opportunities, advancement, and satisfaction compared of any other industries. Job opportunities for qualified personel are available worldwide. Educated and trained personnel for positions in travel agency, airlines, hotels, and food service establishments are in high demand. Our division offers to equip students with the managerial, practical, and personal skills necessary to succeed anywhere in the world.
After finishing liberal arts courses and division common subjects during the first semester of the first school year, students select a major track, either Hotel Management, Tourism Management , or Cabin Service Manager. Through these courses, students are exposed to in depth major educational programs seperated by major.
Major goals of the division
- To Establish service oriented attitudes and cultivate tourism professionals.
- To train students to be tourism professionals through major course work and language education.
- To enhance students' creative ability and apply it to their job.
- To improve students' competitiveness by setting a certain standard and making them satisfy it in extracurricular education such as foreign languages and computer skills.
- Department of Hotel Management
- The hotel industry ranks first among the service industries in the number of employment opportunities. You will have a thorough understanding of key concepts and theories relating to the hospitality industry, concentrating on practical skills in food and beverage management, front office, client service and function management. The fundamental knowledge of business principles and the inclusion of generic skills will equip you with leadership and managerial expertise enabling you to take your place in the global business environment.
- The educational objectives of Hotel Management Major are
- 1) To help our students obtain transferable skills which will assist them on both personal and academic levels.
- 2) To offer our students great career opportunities by assisting them in finding suitable industry placements (internships) which are an integral part of their studies.
- 3) To ensure that upon graduation, students are very well prepared to start their career with confidence and a positive and professional attitude
Department of Tourism Management
- The educational objectives of Tourism Management Major are
- 1) to systematize the theory of tourism development as a separate academic field.
- 2) to help this major have a sound development in the tourism industry.
- 3) to provide students with broad knowledge and theory on the tour spot development so that they can work as competent experts on tour development.
- 4) to cultivate a competent work force that can contribute to efficient tour administration and the establishment of tour policies as well as those who can play a major role in the tour industry and other related areas.
- Department of Airline Services
Airline Service industry is the core of the tourism industry which needs to cultivate flight attendants and airport employees who behave in a cultural sens live manner and are skilled in foreign languages.
The goal of the airline service industry is to educate workers to be excellent in airline industry by studying theory, and field and practical training.
- Goals of the Department
- To create specific service experts, the department provides a curriculum which equips the workers with characteristics and practical training.
- To cultivate skillful and excellent flight attendants and airline employees in our global age are encouraged to be an expert in a foreign language.
- To educate the students to have a positive and healthy mind set within practical services
- To provide excellent knowledge of the tourism industry
- To equip the students with management abilities in practical work situations both in airline and service industry Department of Hotel Management
Course of Study
Hotel Management major
|Course title||Hour/Unit||Course type|
|Major requirement||Foreign Language||3/3||Theory+Practice|
|Common||Japanese Conversation for Tourism||2/2||Theory|
|Travel Agency Management||3/3||Theory|
|Introduction to Tourism||3/3||Theory|
|Tourism and Manner Service||1/1||Practice|
|Mentoring for Employment and Career Options||2/2||Theory|
|Major Electives||Resort Management||2/2||Theory|
|Food and Beverage Control||3/3||Theory|
|Hotel Japanese Conversation||3/3||Theory|
|Hotel Front Office Management||2/2||Practice|
|Banquet Food and Beverage Service||2/2||Practice|
|Hotel English for Room Division(Ⅰ,Ⅱ)||2/2||Theory|
|Hotel English for Food and Beverage(Ⅰ,Ⅱ)||2/2||Theory|
|Spa Resort Field Training(Ⅰ,Ⅱ)||3/3||Practice|
|Banquet Event Planning and Design||3/3||Practice|
|Hotel Information Service System||3/3||Practice|
|Food and Beverage Service Practice||3/3||Practice|