CAO Code LY327
  Killybegs Campus

Bachelor of Arts (Ord)

Hotel, Restaurant & Resort Management

3 years  /    Level 7  /    Full-time   /   Work Placement

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The Bachelor of Arts in Hotel, Restaurant and Resort Management specialises in developing the skills and competencies to become a supervisor or manager in the tourism sector. This three year programme is designed to enable you to experience a broad education in hospitality and tourism studies.

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Certain semesters of this course are taken in common with other courses.

SEMESTER MODULES MANDATORY/ELECTIVE CREDITS CONTACT HOURS
1 Tourism Destination Studies Mandatory 10 6
Learning and Research for Higher Education Mandatory 5 4
Information Technology & Business Maths Mandatory 5 3
Accommodation & Facilities Mandatory 5 4
Hotel Reception Skills Mandatory 5 4
2 Communications and Professional Development Mandatory 5 3
ICT and Descriptive Statistics Mandatory 5 4
Culinary Skills Mandatory 10 8
Hospitality Food and Beverage Operations Mandatory 10 8
SEMESTER MODULES MANDATORY/ELECTIVE CREDITS CONTACT HOURS
3 Food and Beverage Cost Control Mandatory 5 3
Management & Organisational Behaviour Mandatory 5 3
French Language & Culture 1 Elective 5 3
Spanish Language & Culture 1 Elective 5 3
Gastronomy Elective 5 3
Beverage Management and Mixology Mandatory 10 7
4 Management & Organisational Behaviour Mandatory 5 3
Accounting Practice Mandatory 5 3
Sales and Marketing Mandatory 5 3
French Language & Culture 2 (E2) Elective 5 3
Spanish Language and Culture 2 (E2) Elective 5 3
Event Management Elective 5 3
Specialised Restaurant Service (E1) Elective 10 8
Conference & Convention Studies (E1) Elective 10 6
SEMESTER MODULES MANDATORY/ELECTIVE CREDITS CONTACT HOURS
5 Food & Beverage Management Mandatory 10 6
Business Environment Mandatory 5 3
Applied Economics Mandatory 5 3
Services Marketing Mandatory 5 3
Business Law and Ethics Mandatory 5 3
6 Internship Elective 30 0
Semester Abroad Elective 30 0

Add-on Courses

On successful completion of this programme, learners may transfer to the following programmes at LYIT:

Follow-on Courses

Follow up programmes elsewhere include:

  • Master degrees in institutes and universities at home and abroad.

Key Information

CAO Key Dates:
Discounted closing date – 20 January (17:15)
Normal closing date – 1 February (17:15)
Late closing date – 1 May (17:15)
Change of Mind opens – 5 May (12:00)
Change of Mind closes – 1 July (17:15)
Round 1 offers – 20 August (06:00)

Further Information

Department Administration: +353 (0)74 9186613/+353 (0)74 9186612

Head of Department Nicola Dunnion
Email: nicola.dunnion@lyit.ie
Telephone: +353 (0)74 918 6645

School and Department
School of Business
Department of Tourism & Sport