B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration

  • Course Level

    Course Level

  • Course Fee

    Course Fee
    INR 1,92,500
    US $ 3,500

  • Scholarship


The programme started in the year 2009 and emphasizes on developing the knowledge, attitude and skills of the student along with operational and strategic management skills for this industry. In the duration of three years the student is trained for different verticals of the Hospitality Industry. We believe in experiential learning and holistic development of the student where they can apply the learning and understand better.

We have labs and Academic Industry tie up with hotels of repute which enables the students to visit the best hotels from the very first day of their programme. Students are expected to participate actively in every phase of this highly application oriented and multicultural academic programme. Course work complements practical training, cultural and technical seminars/workshops. A lot of encouragement is given towards the creative interests of the students so that they can convert their passion into start ups and entrepreneurship ventures.

It’s a 3 years degree course and is broadly divided into four major departments namely Food and Beverage Production, Food and Beverage Service, Front Office and Housekeeping along with other subjects which prepare the students to pursue a career in other verticals of Hospitality.

In addition to the core areas, domain centric electives, ability enhancement and skill development courses are taught to cultivate managerial aptitude in the students.

The students also have an option to pursue on-line courses (MOOCs) offered by the university.


Programme Highlights

Assured Training and placement

MoU/ Industry tie up with IHG – Intercontinental Hotels Group – Crowne Plaza Okhla

Exposure to exclusive events of international repute

Faculties with Industry Exposure and rich experience

Expert lectures and guest visits from the industry

Focus on Hospitality Entrepreneurship

Best practices like Institutional Social Responsibility

Special focus on overall development, sports, cultural activities, festivals and more.


Career Path

  • Entrepreneur
  • Hotels
  • Management Training Programmes
  • Hotel Operational Training Programmes
  • Hospitals
  • Travel Agents
  • Airlines
  • Cruise liners
  • Cloud Kitchen
  • Airline Kitchens
  • Catering
  • Malls
  • Retails
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Masters in Hospitality
  • Ministry of Tourism
  • Embassies
  • Outdoor Catering
  • MNC Job Opportunities
  • Foreign Job Placement opportunities

Programme Outcomes (PO’s)

Programme Outcomes (POs) of B.Sc. Hospitality and Hotel Administration: On successful completion of the programme (B.Sc. HHA) the student will be able to:


Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes for responsible leadership roles in the hospitality industry.


Develop employability skills required for a hospitality and culinary professional in a contemporary environment


Apply critical thinking and to develop analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills


Develop the managerial skills, abilities and competencies needed for managing hotels, restaurants and related operations.


Communicate effectively and professionally to function as part of a team


Manage relevant hands-on operational experience in different facets of the hospitality industry.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO’s) of B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Administration:

These are statements that describe what learners will know and be able to do when they graduate from the program. The intended outcomes are aligned with educational objectives and are listed below. By the end of the programme, students shall be able to –

  • Develop, examine, question, and explore perspectives or alternatives to problems in hospitality operations.
  • Recognize diversity of cultural and generational influences and values, and their importance for guest service.
  • Practice the team concept in planning, purchasing, preparing, and servicing in a variety of professional environments
  • Understand the latest trends of technology used in the Hospitality operations

Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

Programme Education Objectives (PEOs) of B.Sc. Hospitality and Hotel Administration:


Inculcate the importance of human values and professional ethics for lifelong professional learnings.


Understand communication, coordination and cooperate to work as a team member and to form his own team.


Develop critical thinking and to refine their analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills


Develop the managerial knowledge, skills, competencies and attitude.


Programme Structure

Programme: B.Sc. HHA 
Study Scheme at a Glance
Compulsory Courses Elective Courses
Type of Courses
Foundation Core Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC) Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) Domain Specific Electives Domain Specific Electives
Sem1 Sem1 Sem1 Sem1 Sem1  
Environment Studies Food and Beverage Production (Theory)- I Hospitality Communication Skill Development- I      
Nutrition Food and Beverage Production (Lab)- I        
Travel And Tourism Food and Beverage Service (Theory)- I        
  Food and Beverage Service (Lab)- I        
  Rooms Division  (Theory)- I        
  Rooms Division (Lab)- I        
Sem 2 Sem 2 Sem 2 Sem 2 Sem 2  
Traditional Foods Food and  Beverage Production (Theory)- II Hospitality Communication Skill Development- II  Hospitality Entrepreneurship- I    
  Food and Beverage Production (Lab)- II Operational Safety & HACCP      
  Food and Beverage Service (Theory)- II Value, Ethics & CSR      
  Food and Beverage Service (Lab)- II        
  Rooms Division  (Theory)- II        
  Rooms Division (Lab)- II        
Sem3 Sem3 Sem3 Sem3 Sem3 Sem3
Luxury Brand Management Food and Beverage Production (Theory)- III Employability Skills Enhancement – I Hospitality Entrepreneurship- II Food and Beverage Control  
Hospitality Law Food and Beverage Production (Lab) –III     Facility Management   
  Food and Beverage Service (Theory)- III        
  Food and Beverage Service (Lab)- III        
  Rooms Division  (Theory)- III        
  Rooms Division (Lab)- III        
Sem4 Sem4 Sem4 Sem4 Sem4 Sem4
Principles of Management  Food and Beverage Production (Theory)-  IV Employability  Skills-Campus to Corporate I Hospitality Entrepreneurship- III    
Human Resource Management Food and Beverage Production (Lab)- IV        
Hospitality Sales and Marketing Food and Beverage Service (Theory)-  IV        
  Food and Beverage Service (Lab)- IV        
  Rooms Division  (Theory)- IV        
  Rooms Division (Lab)- IV        
Sem5 Sem5 Sem5 Sem5 Sem5 Sem5 
  Industrial Training        
Sem6 Sem6 Sem6 Sem6 Sem6 Sem6
      Hospitality Entrepreneurship- IV Food and  Beverage Production (Theory)- V  
        Food and Beverage Production (Lab)- V  
        Food and Beverage Service (Theory)- V  
        Food and Beverage Service (Lab)- V  
        Front Office   (Theory)- I  
        Front Office (Lab)- I  
        Housekeeping  (Theory)- I  
        Housekeeping (Lab)- I  

In addition to above Domain Specific Electives, Interdisciplinary, Generic, on-line courses (MOOCs) to be offered, shall be notified by the Academic Branch of the University well before start of Semester / Academic Session. 
Minimum credits required: 109 Minimum credits required: 11



Yes, we have one Under Graduate courses in Hotel Management namely B.Sc. Hospitality and Hotel Administration.

Yes, student from any stream fulfilling the eligibility criteria is eligible to pursue hotel management as higher studies.

Food and Beverage Production, Food and Beverage Services, Front Office, Hotel Housekeeping, Nutrition, Travel and Tourism, Traditional Foods, Luxury Brand Management are the major courses among the common subjects covered in the Hotel Management course.

The minimum eligibility criteria for B.Sc. HHA is to have 50% marks in class 12 board examination from a recognized board of education, such as CBSE, ICSE, State Education Boards or equivalent boards with English as a compulsory subject.

The top departments in Hotel Management include The Front Office, Finance Department, Management department, Food and Beverages department, Housekeeping department, and Human resource department.

Hotel managers are responsible for ensuring that the services their hotel provides function efficiently safely, and follow client expectations.

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