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  • Culinary Arts Management
  • Public Administration
  • Property Management
  • Logistics Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Hotel Management
  • Business Management
  • Marketing Management
  • International Business
  • Aviation Management
  • Food & Beverage Management
  • Event Management
  • Maritime Management
  • Tourism Management

Management - Culinary Arts Management

Introduction

Culinary and management majors cultivate intermediate and senior culinary talents with modern culinary theoretical knowledge and operational skills and know-how to manage the catering industry. Graduates are mainly oriented to tourism, catering and other service industries, and are engaged in cooking jobs (Chinese and Western cuisine) and catering business management.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers the fundamentals of culinary arts, restaurant operations, food science: food hygiene/environment, kitchen organization and management, business communication, food production management, planning and managing food and beverage services, food science, nutrition and diet, menu planning and product development, hospitality and foodservice law, and corporate internships.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can generally join restaurants at all levels as chefs or managers.

Management - Public Administration

Introduction

Public administration is the study of the management disciplines and methods of the public sector and public institutions. Students learn not only political studies, public policy and economics, but also management skills such as planning, organising, coordinating and implementing in order to improve the performance and quality of public services.

 

Study Subjects

The course covers principles of management, management psychology, human resource development and management, public relations, public finance, quantitative management analysis, applied statistics, management information systems, administration, public policy analysis, organizational behaviour, marketing, finance, administrative law, public ethics and so on.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can work in party and government agencies, enterprises, social agencies and research institutes, and are responsible for administration, public affairs manager, human resource manager, policy analysis and business management.

Management - Property Management

Introduction

Property Management is the study of the theories and methods of management and administration of various properties such as land, houses, buildings, etc. Students in this course will learn business knowledge of various properties and land such as Industry Valuation, Land Value and Sale, City Planning, in order to manage them effectively. Students in this course will learn the business knowledge of various industries and land, such as Industry Valuation, Land Value and Sale, City Planning, etc., in order to manage the industries effectively and estimate the reasonable value. In addition, students will also be exposed to the laws relating to the operation and sale of properties.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers real estate and facilities management, construction and engineering management, human resource management, industrial electronics, enterprise resource planning, product resource management, collaborative engineering design, industrial management analysis, financial management, and introduction to business.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can work in the government sector, industry and commerce, and the corporate sector as Industry Manager, Industry Consultant, Construction Manager, etc. In addition, they can also become an Appraiser to be responsible for property valuation for banks. In addition, they can also become an Appraiser to undertake property valuation for banks.

Management - Logistic Management

Introduction

Logistics Management is the study of the flow of materials, products and information from suppliers to consumers. Students are required to learn not only the basics of Logistics Management, such as Transportation, Custody, Storage, Distribution, Packaging, Loading and Unloading, but also the basics of the logistics industry. It is also important to learn how to plan the shortest possible shipping process in order to reduce shipping costs.

 

Study Subjects

The curriculum of this course covers economics, management, accounting, calculus, introduction to logistics management, production and operations management, warehouse management, inventory management, transportation management, physical distribution, global operations management, logistics system simulation, and housekeeping management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the commercial and industrial sectors, such as manufacturing plants, wholesale companies, Large-Scale Retail, courier companies, where they are in charge of logistics departments.

Management - Human Resource Management

Introduction

Human Resource Management is the systematic study of the management disciplines and methods involved in the study of human resources within an organisation. Students will learn various management theories related to Manpower Deployment such as Manpower Planning, Staff Recruitment, Staff Training, Compensation & Benefit Management, and Human Resources Management. The purpose of the program is to provide a comprehensive approach to the management of human resources, such as Welfare Administration, Performance Evaluation, and how to induce, control, and coordinate human thought, psychology, and behavior in order to make the most effective use of all human resources within an organization.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers job analysis and job design, human resource planning, management and organizational development, organizational compensation systems, principal and payroll systems, performance evaluation, organizational behavior, business communication, and industrial relations.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to join government departments or any trade association to take up positions related to human resources management, human affairs, administration or staff training.

Management - Hotel Management

Introduction

Hotel Management is the study of management and management strategies in the hotel and restaurant industry. Students of this course are required to learn not only management knowledge such as Restaurant Management Theory, Hospitality Management, Room Management, but also financial management knowledge such as Management Accounting and Management Accounting. In addition, students will be trained to plan and coordinate events such as exhibitions, press conferences, international banquets, as well as international and formal Services Etiquette. .

 

Study Subjects

This course covers Introduction to Hotel Management, Modern Hotel Management, Hotel Psychology, Introduction to Tourism, Front Office Room Service and Management, Food and Beverage Service and Management, Hotel English, Modern Hotel Marketing, Hotel Financial Management, Conference Service and Management, Recreation Service and Management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the hotel or restaurant industry, where they are responsible for receptionist, room service, management, event planner, business negotiation and liaison.

Management - Business Management

Introduction

Horticulture is the studies of the cultivation of horticultural crops, as well as landscaping, and landscape design and construction. Student will not only gain the knowledge of various garden plants, such as cultivation and care methods, Variety improvement, Landscape Design and Management, they will also be taught to enhance their creativity, and aesthetics in their work

 

Study Subjects

This course covers economics, accounting, statistics, business ethics, marketing management, operations management, financial management, organizational behavior, strategic management, business law, market research, quality management, technology management, facilities planning, and more.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to enter the business and industrial world, and hold a variety of management positions in industry, companies and enterprises, such as Administrative, Executive Manager, Production Supervisor, Management Consultant and Marketing Personnel.

Management - Marketing Management

Introduction

Marketing is the study of business opportunities. Students in this course will learn various business disciplines, as well as various merchandising theories, strategies and techniques, such as Market Research, Product Promotion, Consumer Behaviour Research, and the impact of location on product and service. Influencing, Planning & Implementation of Products, Marketing Services, Product Packaging & Pricing, Sales Pipeline Allocation ( Sales Distribution), to increase the sales volume of a company's products and business profits. In addition, students will also be exposed to a number of laws related to business and marketing.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this department cover economics, business mathematics, business law, business statistics, market theory, consumer behaviour, sales principles, accounting, advertising theory, retailing and logistics.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the commercial and industrial sectors in positions such as marketing, management, retailer and promoter. In addition, they can also work in the commercial industry, where they are responsible for advertising, promotion and packaging of products.

Management - International Business

Introduction

International Business is the study of economic and commercial activities between countries. In addition to the theory and application of economics and finance, management studies, and business organizations, students in this course learn various laws and regulations, international trade conditions, and cultural differences in order to conduct international trade smoothly.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers intercultural management, export management, multinational corporations, international business policy, international human resources management, cargo insurance, international mergers and takeovers, international trade law, international banking, etc.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to enter the business world as managers, planners, administrators, executive officers in multinational companies, international SMEs and international industrial plants.

Management - Aviation Management

Introduction

This course is for the development of aviation industry to cultivate professional application talents, will be committed to cultivate innovative spirit, entrepreneurial ability and sense of social responsibility, not only has a solid theory of market economy and modern humanities, but also masters of professional international and domestic aviation management knowledge and methods, familiar with domestic and international aviation field rules, proficient in professional aviation English communication, proficient in the use of modern information technology, with international vision and entrepreneurial potential.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers an introduction to air transport and the aviation industry, air transport policy, air transport planning, aviation safety, air transport logistics, air transport management, air terminal management, principles of management, principles of logistics, principles of marketing, principles of economics, principles of accounting and finance, and human resource management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the aviation industry, where they will be responsible for airport operations management, airline management, logistics management, aviation safety management, air traffic control, facilities maintenance management and other related tasks.

Management - Food and Beverage Management

Introduction

Catering management refers to enterprises, hospitals, schools, hotels and other catering management services according to the need to contract to a professional catering company to manage, and then choose the catering company to provide all kinds of dishes to eat.

Catering management is a collection of operation and management, technology and art, adherence and innovation in one of the business work, compared with the management of other departments, has different characteristics, requires the hotel in the catering management should also be unique, in order to adapt to the management of the main requirements.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers food service and management, food safety and hygiene, human resource management, accounting, management, marketing, catering regulations, financial statements and analysis, beverage management, brand management, restaurant chain management, e-commerce, etc.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to pursue careers in various types of catering, bakery and other related tourism industries in technical, service, operational and managerial roles such as chefs, bartenders, restaurant managers and food service consultants.

Management - Event Management

Introduction

Activity planning is an effective action to improve the market rate, a executable, actionable, creative outstanding activity planning, can effectively enhance the company's visibility and brand reputation. The activity planning case is relative to the market planning case, strictly speaking they belong to the brother branch of the market planning, activity planning, market planning is complementary, interconnected. Market planning and activity planning are subordinate to the enterprise's overall marketing ideas, only in this premise to make the market planning and activity planning only have a holistic and continuity, and only then, can effectively make the audience groups agree with a brand's cultural connotation. The activity plan should follow the overall idea of the marketing plan, only then can the company maintain a certain market sales.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers an introduction to event management, computer applications, event marketing, general English, event design and production, event sponsorship and fundraising, and event project management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can typically work in event planning firms, marketing departments in the business and industrial worlds, as managers or executives.

Management - Maritime Management

Introduction

On the basis of mastering the basic principles of management, computer and law, students of this major will further study shipping management, shipping business and related regulations, multimodal transport, supply chain management and other professional courses, be familiar with international shipping management and international trade practice, understand the laws of shipping operation and the development trend of research and judgment methods, receive basic training in enterprise management methods and skills, and participate in social practice and enterprise practice.

 

Study Subjects

The curriculum of this course covers navigation, maritime communications, maritime safety, marine meteorology, international navigation rules, shipping planning and management, ship management, cargo handling and storage, ship stability and construction.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared for careers in the maritime industry as human resource managers, watch officers, navigators, port personnel, navigation employees, or for naval training as maritime lieutenants.

Management - Tourism Management

Introduction

Tourism Management is a course of study to learn the knowledge and methods of management related to the tourism industry. Students will not only learn about various aspects of the tourism industry such as Guided Tours, Journey Planning, Destination Planning, National Customs, Geography, Economics, etc., but will also be required to Some exposure to business management, financial management, and related laws.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers tourism management, tourism geography, tourism psychology, tourism financial management, tourism policies and regulations, tourism resource development and management, tour guide business, travel agency operation and management, and hotel management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can generally work in the tourism industry as travel agency managers, tour guides, tourism product marketing and research and development personnel, tourism finance personnel, hotel managers, tourism cultural research, tourism route planners, or as interpreters, scenic planning and development personnel in national scenic areas or famous tourist attractions.

Other courses you might be interested...

  • Culinary Arts Management
  • Public Administration
  • Property Management
  • Logistics Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Hotel Management
  • Business Management
  • Marketing Management
  • International Business
  • Aviation Management
  • Food & Beverage Management
  • Event Management
  • Maritime Management
  • Tourism Management

Management - Culinary Arts Management

Introduction

Culinary and management majors cultivate intermediate and senior culinary talents with modern culinary theoretical knowledge and operational skills and know-how to manage the catering industry. Graduates are mainly oriented to tourism, catering and other service industries, and are engaged in cooking jobs (Chinese and Western cuisine) and catering business management.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers the fundamentals of culinary arts, restaurant operations, food science: food hygiene/environment, kitchen organization and management, business communication, food production management, planning and managing food and beverage services, food science, nutrition and diet, menu planning and product development, hospitality and foodservice law, and corporate internships.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can generally join restaurants at all levels as chefs or managers.

Management - Public Administration

Introduction

Public administration is the study of the management disciplines and methods of the public sector and public institutions. Students learn not only political studies, public policy and economics, but also management skills such as planning, organising, coordinating and implementing in order to improve the performance and quality of public services.

 

Study Subjects

The course covers principles of management, management psychology, human resource development and management, public relations, public finance, quantitative management analysis, applied statistics, management information systems, administration, public policy analysis, organizational behaviour, marketing, finance, administrative law, public ethics and so on.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can work in party and government agencies, enterprises, social agencies and research institutes, and are responsible for administration, public affairs manager, human resource manager, policy analysis and business management.

Management - Property Management

Introduction

Property Management is the study of the theories and methods of management and administration of various properties such as land, houses, buildings, etc. Students in this course will learn business knowledge of various properties and land such as Industry Valuation, Land Value and Sale, City Planning, in order to manage them effectively. Students in this course will learn the business knowledge of various industries and land, such as Industry Valuation, Land Value and Sale, City Planning, etc., in order to manage the industries effectively and estimate the reasonable value. In addition, students will also be exposed to the laws relating to the operation and sale of properties.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers real estate and facilities management, construction and engineering management, human resource management, industrial electronics, enterprise resource planning, product resource management, collaborative engineering design, industrial management analysis, financial management, and introduction to business.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can work in the government sector, industry and commerce, and the corporate sector as Industry Manager, Industry Consultant, Construction Manager, etc. In addition, they can also become an Appraiser to be responsible for property valuation for banks. In addition, they can also become an Appraiser to undertake property valuation for banks.

Management - Logistic Management

Introduction

Logistics Management is the study of the flow of materials, products and information from suppliers to consumers. Students are required to learn not only the basics of Logistics Management, such as Transportation, Custody, Storage, Distribution, Packaging, Loading and Unloading, but also the basics of the logistics industry. It is also important to learn how to plan the shortest possible shipping process in order to reduce shipping costs.

 

Study Subjects

The curriculum of this course covers economics, management, accounting, calculus, introduction to logistics management, production and operations management, warehouse management, inventory management, transportation management, physical distribution, global operations management, logistics system simulation, and housekeeping management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the commercial and industrial sectors, such as manufacturing plants, wholesale companies, Large-Scale Retail, courier companies, where they are in charge of logistics departments.

Management - Human Resource Management

Introduction

Human Resource Management is the systematic study of the management disciplines and methods involved in the study of human resources within an organisation. Students will learn various management theories related to Manpower Deployment such as Manpower Planning, Staff Recruitment, Staff Training, Compensation & Benefit Management, and Human Resources Management. The purpose of the program is to provide a comprehensive approach to the management of human resources, such as Welfare Administration, Performance Evaluation, and how to induce, control, and coordinate human thought, psychology, and behavior in order to make the most effective use of all human resources within an organization.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers job analysis and job design, human resource planning, management and organizational development, organizational compensation systems, principal and payroll systems, performance evaluation, organizational behavior, business communication, and industrial relations.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to join government departments or any trade association to take up positions related to human resources management, human affairs, administration or staff training.

Management - Hotel Management

Introduction

Hotel Management is the study of management and management strategies in the hotel and restaurant industry. Students of this course are required to learn not only management knowledge such as Restaurant Management Theory, Hospitality Management, Room Management, but also financial management knowledge such as Management Accounting and Management Accounting. In addition, students will be trained to plan and coordinate events such as exhibitions, press conferences, international banquets, as well as international and formal Services Etiquette. .

 

Study Subjects

This course covers Introduction to Hotel Management, Modern Hotel Management, Hotel Psychology, Introduction to Tourism, Front Office Room Service and Management, Food and Beverage Service and Management, Hotel English, Modern Hotel Marketing, Hotel Financial Management, Conference Service and Management, Recreation Service and Management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the hotel or restaurant industry, where they are responsible for receptionist, room service, management, event planner, business negotiation and liaison.

Management - Business Management

Introduction

Horticulture is the studies of the cultivation of horticultural crops, as well as landscaping, and landscape design and construction. Student will not only gain the knowledge of various garden plants, such as cultivation and care methods, Variety improvement, Landscape Design and Management, they will also be taught to enhance their creativity, and aesthetics in their work

 

Study Subjects

This course covers economics, accounting, statistics, business ethics, marketing management, operations management, financial management, organizational behavior, strategic management, business law, market research, quality management, technology management, facilities planning, and more.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to enter the business and industrial world, and hold a variety of management positions in industry, companies and enterprises, such as Administrative, Executive Manager, Production Supervisor, Management Consultant and Marketing Personnel.

Management - Marketing Management

Introduction

Marketing is the study of business opportunities. Students in this course will learn various business disciplines, as well as various merchandising theories, strategies and techniques, such as Market Research, Product Promotion, Consumer Behaviour Research, and the impact of location on product and service. Influencing, Planning & Implementation of Products, Marketing Services, Product Packaging & Pricing, Sales Pipeline Allocation ( Sales Distribution), to increase the sales volume of a company's products and business profits. In addition, students will also be exposed to a number of laws related to business and marketing.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this department cover economics, business mathematics, business law, business statistics, market theory, consumer behaviour, sales principles, accounting, advertising theory, retailing and logistics.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the commercial and industrial sectors in positions such as marketing, management, retailer and promoter. In addition, they can also work in the commercial industry, where they are responsible for advertising, promotion and packaging of products.

Management - International Business

Introduction

International Business is the study of economic and commercial activities between countries. In addition to the theory and application of economics and finance, management studies, and business organizations, students in this course learn various laws and regulations, international trade conditions, and cultural differences in order to conduct international trade smoothly.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers intercultural management, export management, multinational corporations, international business policy, international human resources management, cargo insurance, international mergers and takeovers, international trade law, international banking, etc.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to enter the business world as managers, planners, administrators, executive officers in multinational companies, international SMEs and international industrial plants.

Management - Aviation Management

Introduction

This course is for the development of aviation industry to cultivate professional application talents, will be committed to cultivate innovative spirit, entrepreneurial ability and sense of social responsibility, not only has a solid theory of market economy and modern humanities, but also masters of professional international and domestic aviation management knowledge and methods, familiar with domestic and international aviation field rules, proficient in professional aviation English communication, proficient in the use of modern information technology, with international vision and entrepreneurial potential.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers an introduction to air transport and the aviation industry, air transport policy, air transport planning, aviation safety, air transport logistics, air transport management, air terminal management, principles of management, principles of logistics, principles of marketing, principles of economics, principles of accounting and finance, and human resource management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to work in the aviation industry, where they will be responsible for airport operations management, airline management, logistics management, aviation safety management, air traffic control, facilities maintenance management and other related tasks.

Management - Food and Beverage Management

Introduction

Catering management refers to enterprises, hospitals, schools, hotels and other catering management services according to the need to contract to a professional catering company to manage, and then choose the catering company to provide all kinds of dishes to eat.

Catering management is a collection of operation and management, technology and art, adherence and innovation in one of the business work, compared with the management of other departments, has different characteristics, requires the hotel in the catering management should also be unique, in order to adapt to the management of the main requirements.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers food service and management, food safety and hygiene, human resource management, accounting, management, marketing, catering regulations, financial statements and analysis, beverage management, brand management, restaurant chain management, e-commerce, etc.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared to pursue careers in various types of catering, bakery and other related tourism industries in technical, service, operational and managerial roles such as chefs, bartenders, restaurant managers and food service consultants.

Management - Event Management

Introduction

Activity planning is an effective action to improve the market rate, a executable, actionable, creative outstanding activity planning, can effectively enhance the company's visibility and brand reputation. The activity planning case is relative to the market planning case, strictly speaking they belong to the brother branch of the market planning, activity planning, market planning is complementary, interconnected. Market planning and activity planning are subordinate to the enterprise's overall marketing ideas, only in this premise to make the market planning and activity planning only have a holistic and continuity, and only then, can effectively make the audience groups agree with a brand's cultural connotation. The activity plan should follow the overall idea of the marketing plan, only then can the company maintain a certain market sales.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers an introduction to event management, computer applications, event marketing, general English, event design and production, event sponsorship and fundraising, and event project management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can typically work in event planning firms, marketing departments in the business and industrial worlds, as managers or executives.

Management - Maritime Management

Introduction

On the basis of mastering the basic principles of management, computer and law, students of this major will further study shipping management, shipping business and related regulations, multimodal transport, supply chain management and other professional courses, be familiar with international shipping management and international trade practice, understand the laws of shipping operation and the development trend of research and judgment methods, receive basic training in enterprise management methods and skills, and participate in social practice and enterprise practice.

 

Study Subjects

The curriculum of this course covers navigation, maritime communications, maritime safety, marine meteorology, international navigation rules, shipping planning and management, ship management, cargo handling and storage, ship stability and construction.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are generally prepared for careers in the maritime industry as human resource managers, watch officers, navigators, port personnel, navigation employees, or for naval training as maritime lieutenants.

Management - Tourism Management

Introduction

Tourism Management is a course of study to learn the knowledge and methods of management related to the tourism industry. Students will not only learn about various aspects of the tourism industry such as Guided Tours, Journey Planning, Destination Planning, National Customs, Geography, Economics, etc., but will also be required to Some exposure to business management, financial management, and related laws.

 

Study Subjects

This course covers tourism management, tourism geography, tourism psychology, tourism financial management, tourism policies and regulations, tourism resource development and management, tour guide business, travel agency operation and management, and hotel management.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can generally work in the tourism industry as travel agency managers, tour guides, tourism product marketing and research and development personnel, tourism finance personnel, hotel managers, tourism cultural research, tourism route planners, or as interpreters, scenic planning and development personnel in national scenic areas or famous tourist attractions.

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