MBA in Culinary Arts

Programme Objectives and Courses

MBA in Culinary Arts Modules:

Modern Hospitality Marketing
Creative Manager
Hotel Finance & Control Systems
People Management and Performance
Culinary Hospitality Enterprise Project
Culinary Masterclass
Modern Gastronomy

Programme Details

Entry requirements: Postgraduate Diploma in Hotel and Tourism Management or Bachelor Degree (Honours) students in any discipline, or students with substantial hotel and tourism experience and a higher education qualification.
Age requirements: 20 and above
Language proficiency: Required English level by interview / HTMi test or have TOEFL 547 or IELTS 6.0 or equivalent HTMi English Placement Test Score.
Prior work experience: None or substantial experience in the hospitality or tourism industry if not a degree or a postgraduate diploma holder.

Mode of delivery: Face-to-face, blended learning platforms, online, research, student centred learning, tutorials, lecture, presentations, assessments, project based assignments, and applied learning.
Final assessment: Written exams and final projects. Dissertation to be completed within 6 months following the completion of the academic semester.
Graduation requirements: 60%
Average student-teacher ratio: 15 students per 1 teacher
Total contact hours: 320 hours full-time
Duration of programme: Academic Study: 20 Weeks and Work Placement / Internship: 20-24 Weeks

Students who successfully complete the programme will be awarded with the MBA Postgraduate Diploma in Culinary Arts by HTMi Hotel and Tourism Management Institute.

MBA Postgraduate Diploma graduates need to complete a dissertation to be awarded the Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Culinary Arts by HTMi Hotel and Tourism Management Institute.

Students will write a dissertation of between 10,000 – 14,000 words on a topic of international importance supervised directly by HTMi either online or on campus if students decide to do the Master’s Dissertation Course. The dissertation allows each MBA student to focus on a particular part of the international hotel and tourism industry, in which they are interested in starting their career.

Masters students may choose to join the optional Dissertation Course following the completion of the taught course.