Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management

Leading on from the Diploma of Hospitality, the newly launched Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management at William Angliss Institute in Melbourne is designed to provide students with the knowledge to lead and manage in the resort and hotel industry.


Course Code: CRS1400274 / CRS1400277 (Professional Practice) / CRS1400278 (International Practice)

Course Level: Bachelor

Study Area: Hospitality/Hotel Management

Course Mode: Full Time/Part Time

Course Location: Melbourne

Course Intake: Feb/July

Course Duration: 3 or 4 Years Full Time (4 year option for Professional Practice and International Practice specialisations - details below)

Entry Requirements: Year 12

Course Overview

Degree graduates will be forward thinking, challenge the current status quo and be able to find innovative solutions to complex problems. Through deep engagement with theoretical concepts they will have developed ideas and opinions regarding the nature of the industry and the challenges and opportunities affecting ongoing sustainability.

Graduates will have the core skills required to operate and assess current operating systems and the knowledge required to leverage technology for increased efficiency and the design of enhanced customer service experiences. Graduates will have the research and scholarly skills required to continue academic progression at masters' level.

Professional and International Practice Specialisations

In addition to the standard three year degree program, students can undertake a four year degree program with the fourth year specialising in either Professional Practice or International Practice.

In the Professional Practice specialisation, students have the opportunity to take a one year work placement in a preferred area such as HR, Finance, Marketing, Food and Beverage Management or Front Office.

In the International Practice specialisation, students will analyse data and analytics across geographic region, study global management and do an international study tour. There’s also the option to take a semester’s study with an international academic partner or complete international work placement.

Course Units

RHM501 Fundamentals of the resort and hotel industry
GAS510 Food and Beverage Operations
MAN501 Management Fundamentals
RHM502 Rooms division operations
MAN502 Financial Concepts
MAN601 Introduction to Marketing
EDU501 Foundation Academic Communication Skills
MAN605 Human Resource Operations in the Services Industry
GAS610 Food and Beverage Service Management
MAN612 Financial Analysis and Decision Making
RHM651 People and Place
RHM602 Digital Marketing and Distribution
RHM601 Managing Resort Operations
MAN705 Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MAN702 Risk and Legal Issues
MAN703 Revenue Management
RHM751 Taking Responsibility for Hospitality
RHM701 Emerging trends in the resort and hotel industry
MAN714 Strategy, change and leadership
RHM716 Professional practice project
RHM718 Professional Practice
RHM717 International Practice – Study Tour
RHM706 Hotel Data Science
RHM704 The Economic of Resorts and Hotels
RHM719 International Professional Practice