Cesar Ritz - Swiss Higher Diploma in Hotel and Tourism Management

Articulating students from the Cesar Ritz - Swiss Higher Diploma in Hotel and Tourism Management into the ICMS Bachelor of Hospitality Management would need to undertake the following subjects:

Articulation into the Bachelor of Hospitality Management
SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT NAME CREDIT POINTS Subject Status
MGT101 Managing People & Organisations 3 Exempt
MKT100 Principles of Marketing 3 Exempt
HOS100 Hospitality Operations I 3 Exempt
HOS112 Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management 3 Exempt
ACC100 Accounting Fundamentals 3 Exempt
MGT202 Service Management & Innovation 3 Required
HRM100 Introduction to Human Resources 3 Exempt
HOS120 Rooms Division Operations 3 Exempt
STA101 Business Statistics 3 Exempt
ECO100 Business Economics 3 Exempt
HOS200 Hospitality Operations II 3 Exempt
HOS230 Gastronomy 3 Required
IND201 Industry Training I 12 Exempt
IND202 Industry Training II 12 Exempt
HRM220 Career Planning & Strategy 3 Required
- Elective Level - 200 3 Exempt
HOS210 Operational Management & Cost Control 3 Exempt
HOS220 Rooms Division Management 3 Required
MGT203 Applied Leadership 3 Required
RES300 Research Methods 3 Required
HOS303 Global Trends in Hospitality & Tourism 3 Exempt
RET230 e-Commerce and Social Media 3 Required
- Elective Level - 200 3 Exempt
MGT300 Strategic Management 3 Required
- Elective Level - 300 3 Required
HOS320 Hotel Management Simulations 3 Required
HOS330 Global Wine Tourism 3 Required
- Elective Level - 300 3 Required
RES310 Research Project 3 Exempt

Note:

TOTAL CREDIT POINTS FOR COURSE COMPLETION: 103
TOTAL CREDIT POINTS GRANTED : 69
CREDIT POINTS REMAINING FOR COURSE COMPLETION: 34

* Curriculum is subject to change

** Note: Electives must be chosen according to the Rules of Progression and the Degree Rules. Under the Degree Rules, a student must complete at least eight (8) subject at 300 level and is allowed a maximum of eleven (11) subjects at 100 level.

HOW TO APPLY

Articulation* agreements at ICMS provide a formal agreement between an external partner institution and ICMS. Students who wish to ‘articulate’ to a course at ICMS from a designated program at a recognised partner institution, can receive credit for identified subjects or a group of subjects when commencing a designated ICMS program.

Step 1 ENQUIRE

Enquire through your current institution about articulating to an ICMS program.

Step 2 APPLY

Apply for your ICMS program and submit your academic transcripts and relevant documents as required. ONLINE APPLICATION

Step 3 ASSESS

ICMS will assess your application according to the criteria set out in the Articulation Agreement.  

Step 4 ACCEPT

Students are advised of the outcome of their application within 10 working days. 

DEF: *Articulation is a process that enables students to progress from a current or completed higher education qualification into an ICMS program according to the relevant articulation agreement.


Related Policies and Procedures:

Advanced Standing Policy 
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