The pedagogy for the Hotel and Hospitality Management program is designed to foster active and engaged learning. Faculty members use a combination of instructional strategies, including lectures, case studies, group discussions, simulations, and experiential learning activities.
Faculty members also encourage critical thinking and problem-solving by providing students with challenging scenarios that require them to analyze and synthesize information and develop innovative solutions.
To enhance the learning experience, students are provided with opportunities to engage with industry professionals through guest lectures, field trips, and networking events. Additionally, the program emphasizes hands-on learning opportunities, such as internships, training programs, and industry collaborations, to help students develop practical skills and gain real-world experience. These opportunities are diverse, covering various areas of hospitality, including hotel management, food and beverage service, and event management, among others.