Tourism Management


The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management under the International Hospitality, Tourism, Events and Leisure Management Institute (I-HoTEL) equips individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary in planning and managing a tourism industry related business. The curriculum is designed in consultation with industry experts and the courses are taught by tourism and hospitality practitioners. The program’s ultimate goal is to produce graduates who will have successful careers in any of the tourism and hospitality sub-industries in the local and international markets.

Educational Objectives

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management program aims to:

  1. Enable its graduates to acquire career positions in the tourism and hospitality industries or in the broader service sector of the economy.
  2. Promote professionalism in the travel and hospitality practice.

Student Outcomes

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management program are expected to:

  1. Display knowledge and understanding of the concepts and theories of tourism;
  2. Apply business principles in the dynamic and growing global fields of tourism;
  3. Demonstrate the skills needed to operate industry standard computer software;
  4. Exhibit knowledge of marketing local and international tourist destinations, as well as, other tourism and hospitality services;
  5. Demonstrate communication skills appropriate in the workplace;
  6. Apply principles of sustainable development in the tourism industry;
  7. Interact and work with people from diverse backgrounds and culture; and,
  8. Apply an appropriate work ethic and professional demeanor.


Contact Information

Malayan Colleges Laguna
Pulo Diezmo Road, Cabuyao, Laguna 4025
Trunkline: +63 (49) 832-4000
Email :





Contact Information


Calendar of Activities

Release of Approved Shifters
Deadline for Submission of Credit Evaluation for Shifters
Deadline for Request for Completion of "C" and "INC" Grades
Deadline for Cancellation of Enrollment without Refund
Deadline for Individual Dropping of Courses
Last Day of Regular Classes