Hotel, Casino and Resort Management
The program’s mission is to prepare for an exciting career in the fast-growing worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Industry. The program’s aim is to develop knowledge and skills impose to effectively manage different types of Hotels such as Resorts, Clubs and Casinos.
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Argue on the functional areas of a Hotel, Casino and Resorts and critically evaluate the principles that influence them.
- Effectively choose and apply management strategies and principles for a Hotel, Casino and Resorts.
- Determine the Hotel, Casino and Resorts related trends.
- Justify and support the role of Hotel, Casino and Resorts for the local, regional and global economy.
* This program is under accreditation process by the Cyprus Quality Assurance Agency (CYQAA).
The continuous thriving of the Hotel and Casino industry is consistently one of the leading job creators in Cyprus as well as internationally. The program, Hotel, Casino and Resort Management, of Mesoyios College helps to prepare professionals to start their own hotel and/or casino business, start a franchise business or hold a managerial role in a hotel, casino, club, resort, or places such as, companies, colleges and universities. On the way to advancement to the rank of General Hotel/Casino Manager and Director of a hotel and/or casino unit, graduates of the this program will be able to reclaim positions such as Gaming Manager, Head Receptionist, Reservations Manager, Front Office Manager, Rooms Division Manager, Floor Supervisor, Executive Housekeeper, Restaurant Supervisor, Maître D ‘Hotel, Restaurant Manager, Head Barman, Bar Manager, Assistant F & B Manager, F & B Operations Manager, F & B Administrations Manager, F & B Manager, Sales and Marketing Manager, Hotel Operations Manager, Assistant Hotel/Casino Manager, Hotel/Casino Manager, General Hotel/Casino Manager, Director of Operations and Managing Director.
The hotel industry basically affects every industry, and the well trained and educated professionals in the field of middle and higher management are in great demand today. This number is expected to be increased dramatically over the next few years and very soon after the global financial crisis.
|Hospitality Major Requirements||Min: 96||Max: 96 ECTS|
|Business Requirements||Min: 78||Max: 78 ECTS|
|Dissertation Requirements||Min: 12||Max: 12 ECTS|
|Tourism Requirements||Min: 12||Max: 12 ECTS|
|English Language Requirements||Min: 12||Max: 12 ECTS|
|Computer Requirements and Electives||Min: 12||Max: 18 ECTS|
|Social Science and Liberal Arts Requirements and Electives||Min: 06||Max: 18 ECTS|
|Hospitality Electives||Min: 00||Max: 12 ECTS|
|Business Electives||Min: 00||Max: 06 ECTS|
|Foreign Languages Electives||Min: 00||Max: 12 ECTS|
|General Electives||Min: 12|
|Total ECTS to Graduate:||240|
|HOSPITALITY MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
Min: 96 Max: 96 ECTS
|HOS101 – Food and Beverage Management||6|
|HOS102 – Front Office Operations||6|
|HOS104 – Delivery Customer Experience||6|
|HOS105 – Introduction to Hotel, Casino and Resort Operations||6|
|HOS200 – Housekeeping Management||6|
|HOS205 – Sanitation and Safety||6|
|HOS210 – Internship||6|
|HOS300 – Meetings, Conferences and Events||6|
|HOS301 – Food and Beverage Cost Control||6|
|HOS303 – Corporate Sustainability in Hospitality Industry||6|
|HOS305 – Menu Planning and Development||6|
|HOS308 – Resort Management||6|
|HOS311 – Strategic Hospitality and Casino Management||6|
|HOS401 – Hospitality Revenue Management||6|
|HOS403 – Club Management||6|
|HOS408 – Casino Management||6|
Min: 78 Max: 78 ECTS
|ACC103 – Financial Accounting I||6|
|ACC104 – Financial Accounting II||6|
|ACC300 – Managerial Accounting||6|
|BUS101 – Business and Professional Communication||6|
|BUS202 – Sales Management||6|
|BUS301 – Total Quality Management||6|
|ECO201 – Hospitality and Tourism Economics I||6|
|ECO202 – Hospitality and Tourism Economics II||6|
|HRM100 – Human Resources Management||6|
|LAW310 – Hospitality and Casino Legislation||6|
|MKT200 – Consumer Behavior||6|
|MKT405 – Strategic Hospitality and Casino Marketing||6|
|RSH300 – Research Methods||6|
Min: 12 Max: 12 ECTS
|FYP490 – Final Year Project 1||6|
|FYP491 – Final Year Project 2||6|
Min: 12 Max: 12 ECTS
|TOU100 – Dimensions of Tourism||6|
|TOU301 – Tourism Planning and Sustainable Development||6|
|ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
Min: 12 Max: 12 ECTS
|COM100 – Business Computing (R)||6|
|COM200 – Hospitality Information Systems (R)||6|
|COM201 – E-Commerce||6|
|SOCIAL SCIENCE AND LIBERAL ARTS REQUIREMENTS AND ELECTIVES
Min: 06 Max: 18 ECTS
|SOC100 – Business Ethics (R)||6|
|SOC210 – Intercultural Communications||6|
|SOC401 – European Union Challenges||6|
Min: 00 Max: 18 ECTS
|HOS103 – Tour Operators and Hospitality Management||6|
|HOS201 – Wines and Spirits||6|
|HOS309 – Service Management||6|
|HOS310 – Principles of Hospitality Real Estate||6|
Min: 00 Max: 06 ECTS
|MKT403 – New Product Development||6|
|FOREIGN LANGUAGE ELECTIVES
Min: 00 Max: 12 ECTS
|GRE100 – Greek Language and Culture I||6|
|GRE102 – Greek Language and Culture II||6|
|RUS100 – Russian Language and Culture I||6|
|RUS102 – Russian Language and Culture II||6|
R = Required
PATHWAY TO GLION
After comparing and matching the curriculum of the two institutions, Glion Institute of Higher Education recognizes a combination of subject courses from the four-year program of Hotel, Casino and Resort Management (Bachelor).
Students have the opportunity to take one (1) semester plus optional internship (24 week internship) at Glion and earn a transcript with credits counted against their home degree.
Students who successfully complete the four-year program of Hotel, Casino and Resort Management (Bachelor) have the opportunity to continue their studies for the award of a Master’s degree at Glion.
PATHWAY TO LES ROCHES
After comparing and matching the curriculum of the two institutions, Les Roches recognizes a combination of subject courses from the four-year program of Hotel, Casino and Resort Management (Bachelor).
Students have the opportunity to take one (1) semester plus optional internship (24 week internship) at Les Roches and earn a transcript with credits counted against their home degree.
Students who successfully complete the four-year program of Hotel, Casino and Resort Management (Bachelor) have the opportunity to continue their studies for the award of a Master’s degree at Les Roches.