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UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM-DALTA

Alabang Zapote Road, Pamplona 3, Las Pias City


COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

COURSE SYLLABUS
COURSE CODE

: TOU122

COURSE TITLE

: PRINCIPLES OF TOURISM 2

COURSE DESCRIPTION : This course is a preparative study of the tourism and hospitality industry, its history, framework and system. It aims to provide
student with an overview of the different aspects and principles of the hotel, and restaurant & tourist establishment
business. This course introduces the students to the theories, concepts and principles of tourism. It focuses on the economic,
socio-cultural and political implications of tourism industry. It gives insights on tourism laws mandating tourism businesses,
and tourism prospects for better and more progressive tourism industry.
CREDIT

: 3 units (3 hours Lecture/Week)

PRE-REQUISITE

: Principles of Tourism 1

GENERAL OBJECTIVES : At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
A. COGNITIVE

a. Identify and understand the basic concepts and principles of the different aspects of tourism.
b. Distinguish the distinct characteristics for each establishment.

B. AFFECTIVE

a. Recognize the role of tourism and hospitality industry in the general economic development of one country as well as the laws
affecting the operation of these establishments.

C. PSYCHOMOTOR

a. Acquaint the students with the basic standard requirements in the tourism industry.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
At the end of the semester, the
student should be able to:
I. Define hospitality industry and
define its linkage.
II. Discuss the history of the
Lodging Industry from ancient to
modern times.

III. Discuss the hospitality


business.
Describe the basic
requirements
for a successful hotel/motel.
IV. Identify lodging facilities, hotels,
motels
categories/classifications:

SUBJECT MATTER

Value/s to be
Integrated

A. Definition of
Hospitality
Industry.

Dynamism

STRATEGIES
Lecture/
Discussion

TEACHING
AIDS

TIME
ALLOTMENT

EVALUATION
TOOLS

Chalkboard
Visual aids

3 hrs

Quiz

MINIMUM
COMPETENCE
INDICATOR

90%
A. History of lodging
industry:
1. Ancient history
2. Middle ages
3. Colonial Period
4. 19th Century
5. 20th Century
6. Industry today
A. Personnel-key to
service
B. Careers in the
hospitality
industry

Competitiven
ess
Innovation

Hard work
Organized

Lecture
Discussion

A. Classification of
Lodging
Facilities.
1. Accommodation
2. Terminologies
3. Location
4. Function and
Primary Market
5. Quality Ranking
P R
E

Resourcefuln
ess
Critical
Thinking

Oral Report
Discussion

Lecture/
Discussion
Open class
Discussion

Chalkboard
Overhead
Projector

6 hrs

Quiz
Seatwork

90%

3 hrs

Quiz

95%

Quiz
Seatwork
Project
Recitation

90%

Visual aids

Chalkboard
Visual aids

Chalkboard
Visual Aids

6 hrs

V. Hotel Operations:
Discuss front office operations
from reservation to checking out
of the guest

VI. Identify the duties of


housekeeping, Engineering and
Security Departments.

A. Reservation
systems
B. Luggage,
Registering,
Rooming
the guests,
information, mail,
telephone
procedure.
C. Accounting and
checking out.

A. Basic duties of
the housekeeping,
Engineering and
Security
departments
VII. Emphasize the importance of
A. Food and
Food and Beverage Dept. in
Beverage
the hospitality industry.
Department
Administration.
B. Food Preparation
C. Service
M
I
D
T
E
VIII.Rules and Regulations to
Provide an
Govern the Accreditation of
understanding on
Tourism Related
the rules and
Establishment
regulations to
govern the
HOTELS:
accreditation of
1. De Luxe Standard
tourism related
2. First Class, Economy
establishment.
RESORTS:
1. Triple A (AAA)
2. Double A (AA)

Teamwork
Honesty

Discussion
Oral Report

Overhead
Projector
Visual Aids

6 hrs

Quiz
Seatwork

90%

Patience
Hardworking
Reliable

Lecture
Discussion
Oral Report

Overhead
Projector
Chalkboard
Visual Aids

6 hrs

Quiz
Recitation

90%

Team work
Trust Worthy

Oral Report
Discussion

Visual Aids
Chalkboard

6 hrs

Quiz
Recitation

90%

R
M
Diligence
Nationalistic

E
X
A
Lecture/
Discussion
Oral Reporting
Visual Aids

M
I
N
Visual Aids

A
T
2 hours

Oral Reporting

Visual Aid

2 hours

O
N
Recitation
Group Project/
Research

Recitation
Project/
Research

90%

90%

3. Single A (A)
4. SIR
Other Establishments
1. Apartels
2. Tourism Inns
3. Motorist Hotels
4. Pension Houses
TOURISM RELATED
ESTABLISHMENT
1. Restaurants
2. Shops
3. Sports Club
4. Museums
5. Training Centers
6. Rest. Areas
TRAVEL & TOUR SERVICE
1. Tour Operator
2. Tour Guides
3 Land Transport Vehicles
4. Water Transport Vehicles
5. Tourist Air Transport
TEXTBOOK
REFERENCES

Oral Reporting

Visual Aids

2 hours

Recitation
Project/
Research

90%

Oral Reporting

Visual Aid

3 hours

Recitation
Project/
Research

90%

Oral Reporting

Visual Aid

3 hours

Recitation
Project/
Research

90%

F I
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: Walker, John R., Introduction to Hospitality Operations; Pearson Educ., Singapore, 2009

: 1. Libosado, Carlos M. Introduction to tourism, Anvil Pub. Pasig City 2007


2. Castor, Marlon M. Notes on Relevant Hospitality Laws. Mindshapers Co. Inc. Manila 2007
3. Goeldner, Charles R. Tourism Principles, practices and Philosophies
John Wiley and Sons Inc. New Jersey. 2009
4. Lamine, Loykie. Key Concepts in Tourism. Palgrave Macmillan. New York. 2007
5. Mancini, Marc. Access: Introduction to Travel and Tourism.
Thomson Delmar Learning. Australia. 2007
6. Department of Tourisms Manual, Rules and Regulation Governing the Operation of Tourism Establishments.
7. www.cabi ,org/leisuretourism
8. http://search,ebscohost.com
9. http://site. ebrary.com/live/perpetualdalta/home.action