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Enrollment is extended until 

JUNE 25, 2013


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DEBORA B. SAMPAGA, MAEd

Director, Aldersgate Online

Email: deb_bautista@hotmail.com

Cellphone: (+63-917) 274-6788

Landline: (+63-78) 430-0032


PRESCILLA A. SORIANO, PH.D.

Chairman, Management Committee

Email: aldersgate@hotmail.com

Landline: (+63-78) 326-5085



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Hospitality and Tourism

  • 4-Year Bachelor of Science in Hotel Restaurant Management
    The Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management curriculum entail various principles, concepts, and activities that will hone the knowledge and skills of the students in the hospitality industry. The program is designed to develop their essential skills in hotel and restaurant management, food and beverage control and their proficiency in front and back of the house of the hotel industry, as well as learning sales and marketing, accounting, property management systems and communications. It also provides learning of managerial functions and practical applications in different aspects in the industry such as food service procedures, culinary arts, hotel operations, and hospitality education, which will eventually mold the students into proficient hoteliers and restaurateurs in the future. Even while studying, students can gain the skills competence certificates below after passing the skills certification tests conducted by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). These skills certifications are their passports for employment in specialized hotel and restaurant operations even though they have not yet completed the 4-year degree course.
    • Certificate in Food and Beverage Services NC-II
    • Certificate in Food Processing NC-II
    • Certificate in Bread and Pastry Production NC-II
    • Certificate in Commercial Cooking NC-II
    • Certificate in Bartending NC-II
    • Certificate in Housekeeping Procedures NC-II
    • Certificate in Front Office Procedures NC-II
    • Certificate in Event Management Procedures NC-II
  • 4-Year Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSTM)(download Curriculum). The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management program prepares students for careers in tourism and hospitality management, as well as allied supporting services. The training and grooming required is intended for various specialties of the tourism industry like: hotel, restaurant, and institutional management; transport, travel and tour operations management; tourism product development and management; tourism promotion and marketing; leisure and recreational planning and management; and wildlife conservation and management. This course of study provides learning opportunities on how managers may respond to environmental factors such as changing laws, economic challenges, technological changes, cultural issues, and domestic and international trends in hospitality and tourism. Career opportunities await graduates in tourism marketing, hotel marketing, travel marketing, airline operations, cruise line operations, government tourism departments, travel firms’ research departments, tour agencies, hotels, leisure complexes and tourism-promoting industries such as medical tourism, and eco-tourism as Tourism Marketing Executive, Travel Marketing Executive, Tour Agency Operator, Tour Agency Consultant, Front-desk Manager, and Public Relations Officer. Furthermore, students can gain the skills competence certificates below after passing the skills certification tests conducted by the Technical Education and Skills Development authority (TESDA).
    • Certificate in Front Office Procedures NC-II
    • Certificate in Housekeeping Procedures NC-II
    • Certificate in Food and Beverage Services NC-II
    • Certificate in Tour Guiding NC-II
    • Certificate in Travel Services NC-II
    • Certificate in Event Management Procedures NC-II


  • 2-Year Cruise Ship Steward The Certificate in Cruise Ship Steward is designed for students who intend to pursue a career in hotel and restaurant management with an extended background of updates on skills and information regarding the hospitality industry. It is intended to produce graduates qualified to meet the standard of the hospitality industry and its particular application on the shipping business and for both hotel and restaurant businesses. The principles, concepts, and activities in relation to the program will hone the knowledge and skills of students in understanding the importance of good customer service skills relevant to the needs of the labor market in cruise ship and hospitality industry for global competitiveness. The program also develops seafarers with desirable training and instruction on Basic Safety in accordance with applicable Code. Service and hospitality jobs await graduates for deployment in Cruise Ship which have been split into four subcategories such as housekeeping, hotel administration, food and beverage and pursers. Students can gain the skills competence certificates below after passing the skills certification tests conducted by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) which are the basis for Cruise Ship Steward entry requirements.
    • Certificate in Housekeeping Procedures NC-II
    • Certificate in Food and Beverage Services NC-II
    • Certificate in Commercial Cooking NC-II
    • Certificate in Bartending NC-II
    • Certificate in Front Office Procedures NC-II