The College of Hospitality and Tourism Management envisions the programs towards the uplift of academic excellence in the field of Hospitality, Tourism and Entrepreneurial Industry.
To produce highly qualified and globally competitive smart multi-tasking Hoteliers, Entrepreneurs, Restaurants, Managers who can contribute to the promotion of professionalism in the Hospitality Industry.
The College of Hotel and Restaurant Management and Services aims to:
Offer a responsive curriculum that will prepare students to be at their best in performing the various tasks and skills expected of them in hospitality sectors.
Develop Service driven motivated achiever, responsive and transformed students/graduates.
To train students with necessary knowledge and skills using modern equipment and utensils and other instructional materials that stimulates industry standards.
Determine and analyze the situation, identifies problems, formulates solutions and implements corrective and/or mitigating and action.
Educate future hoteliers on working for a greener environment.
To apply theoretical knowledge acquired, in the classroom towards a professional field situation in which the practicum/ training can link theory and reality, relate to the courses taught.
To provide On-The-Job trainees with experience at various types of hospitality and tourism organization/ unit/department and operational procedures. Linking structural aspects with daily operation.
To become skilled in the organizational structure of the hospitality on site; familiarizing students
The College of Hospitality and Tourism Management started in a humble beginning under the College of Arts and Sciences (formerly College of Science and Mathematics) of Urdaneta City University in 2006. The University boosted the promotions of short term courses in the hospitality industry by opening TESDA accredited programs in Hotel and Restaurant Services namely: Bachelor of Science in Tourism major in Travel Management and Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management. With the enduring passion for quality education, programs under the college grew rapidly with the same vision of reaching deserving students to be future hoteliers, restaurateurs, and entrepreneurs.
In 2006, upon the administration of Dr. Elizabeth A. Montero, the college started to offer newly-created programs which were Two-Year Hotel and Restaurant Services, Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management and Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management under the tutelage of Dean Princess Sarah M. Quintana. These programs spawned more population to Urdaneta City University.
In the same year, the growth of these programs provided more teaching force, building facilities, internationalization of its OJTs and graduates that were fully TESDA-certified as competent for abroad which were significant factors for the Level II accreditation by ALCUCOA to Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management and Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management. These achievements led to the separation of these programs to an independent college by virtue of the Board of Trustees the institution approved the change of the name of the College of Hotel and Restaurant Management to College of Hospitality and Tourism Management (CHTM) and its Revised Curriculum. The BSHRM curriculum was reviewed, revised and approved based on CMO 30 s.2009, in which the Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management was changed to Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with three major areas of concentration: Hotel Management, Culinary Arts, and Cruise Line Operations.
Today, the college has acquired state-of-the-art laboratory facilities and amenities in food preparation, mock hotel, food services, and mock travel agency that will help in realizing the dreams to become a training center of TESDA and to produce globally competitive graduates who can serve in land, sea, and air.
Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (with approved curriculum)
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (with approved curriculum)
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