Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management | BSHM | TUA

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

Our Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management program is crafted to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the hospitality industry and equip them with practical skills to excel in this dynamic field. Explore the incredible opportunities that await you in our BS Hospitality Management course below!

What is a BS Hospitality Management Course?

BS Hospitality Management is a four-year program that offers a dynamic and comprehensive education tailored to the vibrant hospitality industry. Through a blend of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience, students gain invaluable insights into the intricacies of hotel and restaurant management, tourism, event planning, and more. With a focus on industry trends, global competitiveness, and ethical leadership, graduates emerge prepared to excel in diverse roles within the dynamic world of hospitality.

The Head of the Program

Mr. Alden D. Tolentino

His career in Trinity University of Asia started in 1995 as an instructor. He briefly left TUA in 1998 to work in Admiral Maritime Training Institute where his skills in training seamen in the steward section are honed. He returned to TUA in 2003 where he also earned his Master in Business Administration degree. An advocate of service quality, he has been an Internal Quality Auditor for the university since its first certification to ISO. At present, he holds the position of Vice-Chair in the university’s Internal Ethics Review Committee. Mr. Tolentino is currently finishing his PhD in Business Management in Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Marikina.


BS Hospitality Management Objectives and Outcomes

BSHM Program Objectives

  1. Continuously develop a competency-based curriculum as a strong foundation for effective instruction.
  2. Provide faculty members who are qualified, competent, and committed to helping develop students to be globally competitive.
  3. Inculcate among students the Christian values that will serve as tools in their personal development.
  4. Take an active part in the country’s development, particularly in the hospitality industry or its allied fields, through the development of strong manpower resources.

BSHM Program Outcomes

  1. Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice.
  2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino.
  3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.
  4. Art in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility.
  5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage.”
  6. Perform the basic functions of management, such as planning, organizing, leading and controlling.
  7. Apply the basic concepts that underlie each of the functional areas of business (marketing, finance, human resource management, production and operations management, information technology and strategic management) and employ these concepts in various business situations.
  8. Select the proper decision making tools to critically, analytically, and creatively solve problems and drive results.
  9. Apply information and communication technology (ICT) skills as required by the business environment.
  10. Work effectively with other stakeholders and manage conflict in the workplace.
  11. Plan and implement business related activities
  12. Demonstrate corporate citizenship and social responsibility.
  13. Exercise high personal moral and ethical standards.
  14. Produce food products and services complying with enterprise standards.
  15. Provide food and beverage service and manage the operation seamlessly based on industry standards.
  16. Apply management skills in F and B service and operations.
  17. Perform and maintain various housekeeping services for guest and facility operations.
  18. Perform and provide full guest cycle services for the front office.
  19. Plan and implement a risk management program to provide a safe and secure workplace.

Awards and Accreditation


Association of Christian Schools Colleges and Universities
Accrediting Council Incorporated


as recognized by the
Asia Pacific Institute for Events Management

Program Affiliations

Program Facilities

Along with theoretical learning, the program prioritizes the development of practical laboratory and technical abilities that prepare students for the demands of their future careers. Our professional-grade kitchens have been equipped with cutting-edge culinary technology and equipment and are intended to spark your passion for culinary excellence and encourage innovation. We also have patisseries where you can unleash your creativity, a haven for aspiring pastry chefs. Mary Alston Hall serves as a living laboratory where you can apply classroom theories and hone your practical skills.

Hospitality Degree Admission Requirements


  1. One (1) 1×1 ID Picture
  2. Form 138 (Report Card) / ALS Certification (Original)
  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character (Original and with School Seal)
  4. PSA / NSO Birth Certificate (Photocopy)
  5. Special Study Permit / Student Visa (for foreign applicants)



STEP 1 Fill out Registration Form at the Office of Admission and Registration (OAR)
To facilitate the application process, the student may encode in advance his/her information via

STEP 2 Submit Registration Form to the Admission Officer for encoding
Attach the following:

  1. Form 138 (Report Card) / ALS Certification
  2. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  3. Photocopy of PSA / NSO Birth Certificate

The Admission Officer will generate your Student Number and your Assessment Form

STEP 3 Pay Tuition Fee at the Finance Office to be officially enrolled


  1. Please pay the required down payment to be officially enrolled. Paying less than the required amount will not process the enrollment.
  2. Scanned copies of admission credentials should be attached as part of the ONLINE. However, original copies must be submitted to the OAR Admission Officer on or before the first day of classes. Failure to comply may nullify the admission.
  3. Students who are still waiting for their complete original copies due to on-going classes will be asked to execute a promissory letter stating when they can submit the required documents.


STEP 1 Open

  • Click New Students
  • Fill out the Admission and Registration form; Click Submit
  • Check email for the login link

Log in as follows:

  • Account type: Applicants
  • Email Address: (enter email address provided)
  • Password: tuapassword (this is the default, kindly change once logged-in)
  • Term: SY 2022-2023
  • Click Generate Student Number

NOTE: Applicants with Student Number may start from here after logging in.

STEP 2 Proceed to Registration Module

  • Click the “+” (plus) icon
  • Click “Save” to generate registration assessment
  • Review your Student Assessment Form (SAF)

STEP 3 Pay Tuition Fee

  • Proceed to Payments
  • Choose your Payment Mode; Input Amount to Pay;Click Pay Now
  • Select your Payment Option; Click Send Instructions via Email/Mobile
  • Click Validate Payment

After payment, please wait for at least two (2) to three (3) days for the Finance and Accounting Office’s (FAO) clearing and checking. After which, the student may check his/her portal account to check if he/she is Officially Enrolled.

Graduation Requirements


1. Graduation Requirements for College and Graduate School Candidates

  • Application for Graduation to be filed at the Office of Admission and Registration (OAR)
  • Completed academic, documentary, and financial requirements.
  • Documentary requirements:
    – Form 137A marked “Copy for Trinity University of Asia” (for students who initially enrolled as freshmen)
    – Transcript of Records (TOR) marked “Copy for Trinity University of Asia” (for students who initially joined as transferees)
    – Graduation Clearance
    – Settled graduation fee

2. Additional requirements for Board takers

  • One (1) 2×2 ID picture with white background

3. Additional requirements for Graduate School students

  • Hard bound and finalized Thesis or Dissertation
  • Certified True Copy of the following:
    – Title Page
    – Approval Sheet
    – Abstract

4. Additional requirements for Foreign students

  • Updated Student Visa

Complete BS Hospitality Management Subjects & Curriculum

The core subjects of Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management typically include Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Selection, Catering and Banquet Management, and Housekeeping Operation. Students also study Bar and Beverage Management and Operations Management, as well as courses in ethics and communication.


Understanding the Self
Readings in Philippine History
Mathematics in the Modern World
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Selection (Lec)
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Selection (Lab)
Risk Management as Applied to Safety, Security and Sanitation
Macro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
The First and Greatest Commandment and the Trinitian
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 1
National Service Training Program 1
Micro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
Philippine Culture and Tourism Geography
Quality Service Management in Tourism and Hospitality
Fundamentals in Lodging Operation (Lec)
Fundamentals in Lodging Operation(Lab)
Entrepreneurial Mind
Culinary Fundamentals (Lec)
Culinary Fundamentals (Lab)
The Second and Greatest Commandment and the Trinitian
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 2
National Service Training Program 2
Purposive Communication
Front Office Operation (Lec)
Front Office Operation (Lab)
Supply Chain Management
Bar and Beverage Management (Lec)
Bar and Beverage Management (Lab)
Housekeeping Operation (Lec)
Housekeeping Operation (Lab)
Applied Business Tools and Techniques (Lec)
Applied Business Tools and Techniques (Lab)
Nihongo 1
Personality Development
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 3
Art Appreciation
Bread and Pastry (Lec)
Bread and Pastry (Lab)
Science, Technology and Society
Environmental Science and Sustainable Hospitality
Fundamentals of Food Service Operation (Lec)
Fundamentals of Food Service Operation (Lab)
Introduction to Meetings Incentives Conferences and Events Management (Lec)
Introduction to Meetings Incentives Conferences and Events Management (Lab)
Nihongo 2
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 4
The Contemporary World
Cost Control
Catering and Banquet Management (Lec)
Catering and Banquet Management (Lab)
Operations Management in Tourism & Hospitality
Professional Development and Applied Ethics
Tourism and Hospitality Marketing
Cross-Cultural Studies and Communication
Philippine Indigenous Communities
Life and Works of Rizal
Legal Aspects in Tourism and Hospitality Industry
Data Analytics
Data Analytics
Ergonomics and Facilities Planning for the Hospitality Industry
Methods of Research
Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality
Trend and Issues in Hospitality
Practicum – BSHM01
Recreation and Leisure Management
Multicultural Diversity in Workplace for the Tourism Professional
Strategic Management in Tourism and Hospitality
Research in Hospitality
Practicum – BSHM02

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management Careers

After graduating from a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management program, you’ll have a wide range of career options available to you, including:





Hotel Manager Oversees all aspects of hotel operations, including guest services, staff management, and facility maintenance, to ensure a seamless and exceptional guest experience. ₱50,000.00 to  ₱100,000.00
Restaurant Manager Manages daily restaurant operations, including staff supervision, inventory management, and customer service, to deliver high-quality dining experiences and drive profitability. ₱30,000.00 to ₱60,000.00
Event Coordinator Plans and coordinates various events, such as weddings, conferences, and corporate functions, from conception to execution, ensuring flawless execution and client satisfaction. ₱25,000.00 to ₱50,000.00
Catering Manager Coordinates catering services for events and functions, overseeing menu selection, food preparation, and service delivery to meet client expectations and ensure guest satisfaction. ₱25,000.00 to ₱50,000.00
Hotel Front Desk Agent Greets guests, processes check-ins and check-outs, handles reservations, and provides assistance to guests throughout their stay, ensuring excellent customer service and satisfaction. ₱15,000.00 to ₱25,000.00
Food and Beverage Supervisor Oversees food and beverage operations within a hospitality establishment, including restaurant service, bar operations, and banquet service, ensuring quality standards and guest satisfaction. ₱20,000.00 to ₱35,000.00
Guest Relations Officer Builds and maintains positive relationships with guests, handles guest inquiries and complaints, and ensures guest needs are met promptly and effectively, enhancing overall guest experience. ₱20,000.00 to ₱35,000.00

Data source: JobStreet Career Advice Explore Salaries and Trinity University of Asia Careers Directory in partnership with Prosple

With a BS Hospitality Management degree, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in any of these exciting and rewarding career paths.