Year 2, Semester 1 (6 Units

)
HED 2101 HED 2103 HED 2261 BHT 2108 BHT 2109 BHT 2110 Ethics II Development Studies Foreign Language Major (Continued) Food related micro organism and diseases Health, Safety and Security in Hospitality Industry Applied Economic Principles

Specialisation electives
LODGING, FOOD AND BEVERAGE OPTION BHT 3120 BHT 3121 BHT 3122 BHT 3223 BHT 3225 BHT 3226 BHT 3232 BHT 4127 Advanced food and beverage service and operations Essentials of menu planning Food science and culinary food preparation Hospitality industry: housekeeping operations II Purchasing in hospitality industry Food and beverage production apprentice I Food and beverage production apprentice II Hotel Business Operations: Financial Control Systems and Accountability BHT 4128 Cost control in hospitality industry BHT 4129 Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverage Service: Theory and Practice BHT 4230 Principles of marketing in Hospitality Industry BHT 4131 Hotel Business Theory and Operations: Overall Managerial Duties BHT 4233 Advanced nutrition for institutional managers BHT 4251 Property management and maintenance TRAVEL AND TOURISM COURSES HED 3165 BHT 2233 BHT 3134 BHT 3152 HED 3266 BHT 3235 HED 4167 BHT 4136 BHT 4138 BHT 4147 BHT 4146 HED 4268 BHT 4170 BHT 4245 BHT 4242 BHT 4243 BHT 4244 Foreign Language Minor Cross-cultural management Travel and tourism industry operations 1 World History Foreign Language Minor (continued) Destination Services and Information Research Foreign Language Minor (continued) Applied Marketing in Travel and Tourism Operating Computerized Reservation Systems Contemporary Social Issues Leisure Studies Foreign Language Minor (continued) Research Project Travel and Tourism Management Issues Sustainable Tourism and Eco-Tourism East African Societies Sociology

Bachelor
of

Year 2, Semester 2 (7 units)
BHT 2253 Human resources management BHT 2254 Foundations of financial management BHT 3104 Foreign Language Major (Continued) BHT 2211 Communication, Technology, and Office Practice BHT 2212 Statistics for Management BHT 2213 Principles of management BHT 2214 Hospitality industry: housekeeping operations 1

Hospitality & Tourism

BHT 2239 Industrial attachment (10 weeks) STAGE II: (Year 3 and 4) Year 3, Semester 1 (7 units)
HED 3101 Political and Social Philosophy BHT 3115 Small business management & entrepreneurship BHT 3116 Conventions and trade show management, meetings and special events HED 3204 Foreign Language Major (continued) BHT 3117 Cultural cuisines, local, regional, and international 2 electives from a major

BHT
Fulltime & Evening

Year 3, Semester 2 (7 units)
HED 4201 Business Ethics BHT 3218 Hospitality and tourism laws, rules and regulations (national and international) HED3262 Foreign Language Major (continued) 3 electives from a major

Strathmore University
FACULTY OF HOSPITALITY & TOURISM
NAIROBI • KENYA

FHT 3249

Industrial attachment (10 Weeks)

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Year 4, Semester 1 (7 Units)
BHT 4170 Research project HED 4163 Foreign Language Major (continued) 4 electives from a major

Year 4, Semester 2 (7 units)
Essential Statistical Data, Research and Development in Hospitality and Tourism HED 4264 Foreign Language Major (continued) BHT 4170 Research project Plus 3 Electives from a major BHT 4219

For more information please contact Director of Admissions, Strathmore University, Madaraka Campus, Ole Sangale Rd, Off Langata Rd. P O Box 59857, 00200Nairobi, KENYA. Tel: +254 (020) 606155, Mobile: 0722-205428, 0733-618135 Fax: +254 (020) 607498 Email: admissions@strathmore.edu Website: http://www.strathmore.edu

Background
The Hospitality and Tourism degree program is a specific business degree that focuses mainly on: Hospitality, Tourism, Food and Beverage Service Management (see the scope of the industry in diagrammatic form further in this brochure).

Scope of the Industry
HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
LODGING OPERATIONS HOTELS, MOTELS, MOTOR HOTELS FOOD & BEVERAGE TRAVEL &TOURISM ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ COMMERCIAL INSTITUTIONS AVIATION

Entrance Examinations
Candidates seeking to do BHT are required to sit an Entrance Test, which consists of: Mathematics exam English exam Oral interview A faculty assessment test for Hospitality & Tourism Diploma holders Candidates should report to the University by 8.00 a.m. on the day of the interview and should bring: TOUR OPERATING ƒ ƒ ƒ

The degree aims to produce professionals with firm academic and practical foundation in management and operation of most sectors in the hospitality industry. Graduates will be multi-skilled with transferable managerial skills within the hospitality industry. The curriculum also incorporates courses in languages, humanities, and ethics to enable students attain a holistic development.

RESORTS RESTAURANT CAMPS LODGINGS FOODS PARKS VENDING SNACK BARS

HEALTHCARE

3 passport-size photographs Original and photocopies of all relevant academic and professional certificates KSh. 600 entrance examination fee.

Target group
The degree targets secondary school leavers (Form four graduates or higher). The programme is also open to applicants who possess relevant qualifications for admission to a Hospitality and Tourism degree program, for instance Hospitality and Tourism Diploma holders from training institutions recognized by the University Academic Council.

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Course structure
The Hospitality and Tourism degree is offered in two stages; Stage I and II. A stage is equivalent to two academic years for a total of 4 years. Included are compulsory community based attachment, and COMPUTERIZED RESERVATION SYSTEMS RECREATION SITES 800 hours industrial attachment distributed within the two stages. BUSINESS/ INDUSTRY

MILITARY

Entry requirements
ƒ KCSE aggregate minimum C, plus a Professional Diploma in Hospitality or Tourism from an institution recognised by the University Academic Council. ƒ KCSE Aggregate C+ with a minimum of C in both Mathematics and English, Geography, Biology, and Chemistry or Physics ƒ KACE certificate with a minimum of two principal passes, one subsidiary pass, and a minimum of a Credit Pass in Mathematics, English, and one other subject in Geography, or Biology or Chemistry or Physics. Exemptions • • • • FEEDING CENTERS Intakes: Fulltime course intake July Evening course intake May BARS & TAVERNS CHARITABLE FACILITIES CRUISE SHIP FOODS CORRECTION FACILITIES

Course Distribution
STAGE 1: (Year 1 and 2) Year 1: Semester 1 (7 units)
HED 1101 HED 1102 BBT 1111 BHT 1101 BHT 1102 BHT 1203 BHT 1104 Introduction to Ethics Communication skills I Fundamentals of information technology Principles of hospitality industry Principles of travel and tourism Foods and nutrition for hospitality industry managers World Geography

SPORTS, RECREATION

EVENTS MANAGEMENTS MEGA CONFERENCES, SPORTS ETC

Year 1, Semester 2 (8units)
HED 1201 HED 1202 HED 2261 BHT 1205 BHT 1250 Ethics 1 Communication Skills II Foreign languages Major Principles of accounting Hospitality Lodgings and Foodservice Facilities BHT 1206 Tourism resources in geographical and natural science studies BHT 1207 Hospitality enterprises general operation BHT 1259 Community Based Attachment

Hospitality or Tourism Diploma Holders are exempted for a maximum of 50% of courses at discretion of University Academic Council. Exemptions and credit transfers are granted at discretion of the University Academic Council.

Long Vacation (8 weeks)