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  • 1. University of Perpetual Help System LagunaCollege of InternationalHospitality Management
  • 2. Courses Offered:BS Hotel and Restaurant ManagementAssociate in Hotel and Restaurant ManagementBS Tourism ManagementBS Nutrition & Dietetics
  • 3. Brief History The College of International Hospitality Management traces back its roots in 1980 , when the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports (MECS) granted authority to the Perpetual Help School of Laguna to open and conduct the Bachelor of Science in Foods and Nutrition (BSFN) program. Two years after, in 1982 , the program was converted into the Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics (BSND) course. Consequently, Perpetual HelpCollege of Laguna earned the full recognition for the course in 1985.In 1990 , Perpetual Help College of Laguna was granted the authority by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS) to
  • 4. In 1997 , the institution was bestowed the university status , thus, the College of Nutrition and Dietetics (ND) / Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) was created. Several personalities have been vital in the development and growth of the college, among them are Ms. Victoria Chavez , Ms. Maria L. Francisco, Ms. Helen Villanueva- Jackson. Ms. Rosa Geronimo, Ms. Rosanne Galang, and currently at helm, Dean Gertrude G. Gupiteo. n 2003 , the College of ND/HRM was
  • 5. Vision The Hotel and RestaurantManagement program as a centre for international hospitality
  • 6. MissionThe Hotel and Restaurant Management program shall produce highly skilled, competent and values-oriented international hospitality
  • 7. Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management A 2-year course with a ladderized academic curriculum leading to a Bachelors degree program which providesthe necessary knowledge
  • 8. Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management The course offers an intensive four-year academic program that equip students withcompetencies to prepare them to become futurehoteliers, restaurateurs
  • 9. Program Educational ObjectivesHotel and Restaurant Management Program aims to produce graduates who:• Apply comprehensive knowledge and skills to keep pace with the global demands in the hospitality and tourism industry;• Demonstrate expertise in specialized hospitality and tourism industry positions;• Apply effective leadership in managing hospitality and tourism related-businesses;• Extend entrepreneurial knowledge and skills in hospitality and tourism services to generate livelihood opportunities for the community;• Actualize the Christian virtues in the quest
  • 10. Career Opportunities:• Managers and Supervisors in hotel, restaurant, resorts and other hospitality establishments• Hotel Staff• Travel and Tour ( Operators , Managers, Guide)• Professional Chefs• Bakers( e.g. breads, cakes, pastries)• Bartenders• Educators• Entrepreneurs• Food Writers• Food Photographer• Researcher
  • 11. Bachelor of Science in Tourism ManagementThe B.S. Tourism Management boast of its academic curriculum whichprovides students necessary skills to prepare them for Hospitality practices in the field of Tourism as early as within a year of enrollment. Extensive program on various trainings, seminars and exposures, have been designed to
  • 12. Program Educational ObjectivesBachelor of Science in Tourism Management Program shall produce graduates who:• Apply comprehensive knowledge and skills to keep pace with the global demands in the travel and tourism industry;• Demonstrate expertise in specialized travel and tourism industry positions;• Apply effective leadership in managing travel and tourism related-businesses;• Extend entrepreneurial knowledge and skills in travel & tourism services to generate livelihood opportunities for the community;• Actualize the Christian virtues in the quest
  • 13. Career Opportunities:• Flight Attendant• Ground Steward• Professional Tour Guide• Travel Agent• Tour Operations Manager• Travel Professionals• Hotelier• Front Desk Officer• Even Organizer• Resort Personnel• Gamins and Sports Manager• Tourism Educator• Sales Executive• Government Personnel/Officials
  • 14. Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics A degree in Nutrition and Dietetics aims to adequately equip the students with fundamental knowledge and attitude in nutrition, dietetics, food service, management and allied fields in order to
  • 15. Program Educational ObjectivesBachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics Program shall produce graduates who:• Apply comprehensive knowledge and skills to keep pace with the global demands of the profession;• Demonstrate expertise in nutrition and wellness education.• Apply effective leadership in managing nutrition and dietetics related - businesses;• Extend entrepreneurial knowledge and skills in nutrition dietetics to generate livelihood opportunities for the community;• Actualize the Christian virtues in the quest for the best quality of life; and
  • 16. Career Opportunities:• Clinical Nutritionist• Public Health Nutritionist• Food Service Manager• Research Specialist• Culinary Nutrition Specialist• Corporate Wellness Program Consultant• Sports Nutritionist• Nutrition Entrepreneurs• Media( Resource Person)• Food Scientist• Social Scientist
  • 17. Ms. Gertrude G. Gupiteo RND, RN Dean MSBA-HRM Master of Science in BusinessAdministration major in Hotel and RestaurantManageMent philippine woMen’s university, taft
  • 18. Ms. Leizl S. Alfonso MSBA-HRM Faculty AssistantMaster of Science in BusinessAdministration major in Hoteland Restaurant Management
  • 19. Mr. Jonathan E. Beramo FacultyBachelor of Science in Tourism University of
  • 20. Mr. Romy M. Calbonero FacultyMasters of Education Major in Educational ManagementPolytechnic University of the
  • 21. Nenita A. Daquiz Faculty Master of Arts in Education Major in Administration and Supervision University ofPerpetual Help System, Laguna
  • 22. Ms. Adorita C. De Jose Faculty Master of Arts in Industrial Education major in Hotel andRestaurant Management Eulogio “Amang” rodriguez institute of
  • 23. Ms. Olivia J. Factoriza FacultyBachelor of Science in Nutritionand Dietetics University of the Philippines, Los Baños, Laguna
  • 24. Ms. Joanne B. Guillen Faculty Bachelor of Science in Hotel andRestaurant Management University of Perpetual Help System, Laguna
  • 25. Mr. Melvin G. Hernandez Faculty B.S. in Hotel and Restaurant Management University ofPerpetual Help System Laguna
  • 26. Ms. Susan L. Palaroan FacultyMaster of Arts in Education The National Teachers College Manila
  • 27. Ms. Carmira G. Ramos Faculty MA in Education Maj. InLeadership and Management De La Salle University Manila
  • 28. Ms. Blessilda A. Tabao FacultyBachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics University ofPerpetual Help System, Laguna
  • 29. Ms. Gerlie N. Tabios FacultyBachelor in Tourism Polytechnic University of the Philippines Manila
  • 30. Ms. Gladys Joy S. Tallorin FacultyMaster of Arts in Education Major in Administration and SupervisionUniversity of Perpetual Help System
  • 31. Submitted by: CatherineEvangelista H1A Submitted to: Mr. Tamayo
  • 32. GodBless! 