Bachelor of Business in Hospitality Management (Hons)

Bachelor of Business in Hospitality Management (Hons)

4 years

The Bachelor of Business in Hospitality Management (Hons) is a 4-year program with 8 semesters. Affiliated to HELP University, the course consists of 164 credit hours. This program is available through a single college in Nepal.

This is four years bachelor of business (Hospitality Management) Hons. Program comprising of 1 year Diploma in Hotel Management from Valley College accredited by HELP University and 3 years  Bachelors of Business (Hospitality Management) Hons. Degree program form HELP University, Malaysia. 4 years comprising of eight semesters of 6 months each. There are 164 credits altogether in this program. After graduation, the students are eligible to be admitted into a postgraduate program of HELP and its associate partner universities around the world.

Curricular Structure

This major delves into international hotel operation management, technological applications in hospitality management and large-scale services management as well as small business operations.


Minimum average score of 50% in 10+2 or equivalent examinations.

Please refer to the following for entry requirements by using A-Levels Results:


Job Prospects

Hospitality Management is a vibrant course, challenging, and exotic career. Graduates can find employment in casinos, hotels, restaurants, convention centers, and special event management companies, so this program is ideal for people who are mobile and free-spirited, and eager for new experiences and cultures. 

The graduates are working in various industries where there are customer relations involved (service industry) namely Hotels, Restaurants, Bars, Travel Agencies, Cruise liners, Airlines, Educational Institutions, Banks, and many more.

Curricular Structure

Semester 1
Accounting for Hospitality and Tourism
Principles of Management for Hospitality and Tourism
Fundamentals of Food and Beverage Service
Introduction to Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Management
Room Division Management
Semester 2 
Principles of Microeconomics
Information Technology for Business
Principles of Marketing
Introduction to Kitchen Operations and Food and Beverage Services
Accommodation Operations Management
Semester 3
Managerial Communication
Business Statistics
Organizational Behaviour for Service Industry
Bar, Beverage and Barista Management
Hotel Operations Management
Semester 4
Business Analytics for Decision Making
Human Resource Management for Hospitality and Tourism Industry
Hospitality Small Business Operations
Research Methodology for Hospitality Industry
Banqueting and Convention Management
Semester 5
Business Finance
Asian Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Personal Branding and Career Management
Service Management and Customer Care in Hospitality Industry
Co Curriculum Event Management 2
Graduation Project (I)
Semester 6
Leadership and Management in Hospitality Industry
Training and Development in Hospitality Industry
Contemporary Issues in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry
Food and Beverage Management
Graduation Project (II)
Semester 7 & 8
Industry Placement Practicum