Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Hospitality
Management (BHM) - 4 Years

Program Overview

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Hospitality Management (BHM) program offered by Academy of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management (ACAHM), the subsidiary of Center for Leadership & Entrepreneurship (CLE), aims to equip aspirant youngsters with the skill-set and aptitude required for a fulfilling career in the global hospitality industry.

Affiliation

Lincoln University College, Malaysia

Period of Study

 4 Years (8 Semesters)

Degree Outline

34 courses & 1 Internship totaling to 147 Credits Class

Class Schedule

Sunday – Friday, 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Eligibility

+2 with 2 CGPA or 45% aggregate score (with English as a compulsory subject)

Offered By

Academy of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management, Lagankhel, Lalitpur

Affiliation                 : Lincoln University College, Malaysia
Period of Study         : 4 Years (8 Semesters)
Degree Outline          : 34 courses & 1 Internship totaling to 147 Credits Class
Schedule                  : Sunday – Friday, 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Eligibility                  : +2 with 2 CGPA or 45% aggregate score (with English as                                                a compulsory subject)
Offered By               : Academy of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management,                                                   Lagankhel, Lalitpur
BHM

Admission Procedure

As per the criteria set by the University, students who have successfully completed or expect to successfully complete a Plus Two degree or equivalent in any discipline (with English as a compulsory course), securing at least 2 CGPA or 45% aggregate score from a school/college/university recognized by Nepal government are eligible to apply for enrollment into the program.

Subject to these criteria, students who hold the following degrees will also be eligible for application into the program.

  • A Level
  • Any other diploma/certification course validated by Nepal government as equivalent to a Plus Two degree
For enrollment, candidates must fill up an Online Application Form and participate in the Selection Process comprising of two assessment components – Entrance Test and Interview.
At the time of admission, candidates will be required to fill up and submit a detailed Registration Form attaching the certified copies of the following documents along with two recent passport size photographs.
  • Mark Sheet and Transcript of SEE and Plus Two
  • Character Certificate of SEE and Plus Two
  • Citizenship (for Nepali nationals)
  • Passport (for foreign nationals)

Curricular Structure

Our BHM curriculum includes 34 Courses and 1 Industrial Training/Internship totaling to 147 credit hours spread across eight semesters.
The detailed course structure appears below.

Year I SEMESTER - 1

Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management (BHM6154)

Credit Hours : 3

Housekeeping Operation (BHM6011)

Credit Hours : 4

Front Office Operation (BHM6012)

Credit Hours : 4

Food & Beverages Service Skill (BHM6243)

Credit Hours : 4

Fundamentals of Computers in Hotels:
Concept & Application (COMP101)

Credit Hours : 4

English for Academics (ENG6003)

Credit Hours : 3

Total Credits (Semester I)

Credit Hours : 22

Year I SEMESTER - 2

Front Office Management (BHM6021)

Credit Hours : 4

Housekeeping Management (BHM6022)

Credit Hours : 4

Food Production Operations (BHM6314)

Credit Hours : 4

Food & Beverage Service Management (BHM6244)

Credit Hours : 4

Hospitality English (ENG6004)

Credit Hours : 3

Fundamentals of Management (BHM6163)

Credit Hours : 3

Total Credits (Semester II)

Credit Hours : 22

Year 2 SEMESTER - 3

Food Science & Nutrition (BHM6301)

Credit Hours : 4

Accounting for Hospitality (BHM6302)

Credit Hours : 3

Food Production Management (BHM6316)

Credit Hours : 4

Beverage Study (BHM6120)

Credit Hours : 4

Hospitality HRM (BHM6193)

Credit Hours : 3

Hotel French (FRN 1001)

Credit Hours : 3

Total Credits (Semester III)

Credit Hours : 21

Year 2 SEMESTER - 4

Food & Catering Management (BHM6317)

Credit Hours : 4

Introduction to Economics (ECO6701)

Credit Hours : 3

Organizational Behavior (BHM6116)

Credit Hours : 3

Entrepreneurship (BHM6123)

Credit Hours : 3

Restaurant Business Operation/ Analysis (BHM6254)

Credit Hours : 4

Hospitality Service Marketing (BHM6111)

Credit Hours : 3

Total Credits (Semester IV)

Credit Hours : 20

Year 3 SEMESTER - 5

Revenue Management (BHM6119)

Credit Hours : 3

Purchasing & Cost Control (BHM6315)

Credit Hours : 3

Statistics (STAT0001)

Credit Hours : 3

Public Relation (BHM6118)

Credit Hours : 3

Hospitality Training & Development (BHM6121)

Credit Hours : 3

Hospitality Law (BHM6123)

Credit Hours : 3

Total Credits (Semester V)

Credit Hours : 18

Year 3 SEMESTER - 6

Hotel Maintenance (BHM6801)

Credit Hours : 4

Event Management (BHM6433)

Credit Hours : 4

Tourist Behavioral Science (BHM6457)

Credit Hours : 3

Research Methodology (BHM6118)

Credit Hours : 3

Total Credits (Semester VI)

Credit Hours : 14

Year 4 SEMESTER - 7

Industrial Training/ Internship BHM6916

Credit Hours : 12

Total Credits (Semester VII)

Credit Hours : 12

Year 4 SEMESTER - 8

Industrial Training/ Internship (BHM6916)

Credit Hours : 12

Internship Report (BHM 6917)

Credit Hours : 6

Total Credits (Semester VIII)

Credit Hours : 18

Total Credits To Graduate

Credit Hours : 147

Fee Structure

Fee Payment Plan

1 year

2 year

3 year

4 year

Total

Registration fee

5000

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      -

       -

Admission fee

30000

       -

      -

       -

Tuition Fee

185000

170000

120000

       -

Internal Examination Fee

10000

10000

10000

       -

Practical

70000

70000

70000

       -

Total Fee

300000

250000

200000

0

750000

* Uniform & Stationery Materials are not included in the above Fees structure
* Internship, Hotel, Restaurant, & Field Visit fee is subject to charge separately.
* Lincoln University College Registration & Exam fee approx US $ 805.
* Ministry of Education, Nepal Nrs 1500 per year
* Security Deposit Rs  15,000  refundable only after the completion of the course & deducted in case of any breakage & damage.
* Graduation Fees need to be paid at the time of  Graduation.
* Fees once paid are not Refundable & Transferable

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