Bachelor of Science Hospitality Management Culinary

Culinary Arts (Track 2)

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, a Sebastinian graduate of BS Hospitality Management Track 2 should be able to:

  1. Apply adequate knowledge of hospitality industry both in local and international context.
  2. Practice safety, sanitation and hygiene in the work place.
  3. Demonstrate advance kitchen skills.
  4. Prepare local and international cuisine and bakery products.
  5. Plan menu and recipe costing.
  6. Design a concept for a major event or function.
  7. Develop and implement a business plan.
  8. Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills and high degree of service orientation.
  9. Lead, manage and develop people.
  10. Demonstrate awareness and responsiveness on relevant and emerging trends and issues in culinary industry.
  11. Exhibit positive attitude and proper ethics in the multi-cultural workplace.
  12. Implement, monitor and evaluate a training and development program.


HOM 101 3 units
Introduction to Hotel and Restaurant Management
Pre-requisite: None
The course aims to provide student with extensive theoretical instruction about the different of scope of hospitality and tourism industry.
CUL 101       6 units
Culinary Arts
Pre-requisite: None

Since this will be the first entry of the student in the kitchen, the course looks at introducing the student to the culture required to work in a commercial kitchen, this will cover the professionalism aspect required in a kitchen. Furthermore, the course will cover the safety and sanitation, Tools and equipment. The course will then move to the practical use of those tools and equipment, with a particular emphasis on knife skills. Finally, the course looks to develop a thorough understanding of the theories and principles regarding the different classes of food, their nature and chemical composition. The course will also include the discussion on the chemical changes food undergo when cooked.
HOM 201       3 units
Principles of Management in Hospitality Industry
Pre-requisites: HOM 101, TSM 101

This course enables the students to be immersed with the basic concepts, principles, and processes relating to organizations and management of the business. Emphasis will be given to the management functions of planning, staffing, directing, coordinating, and controlling. The different forms of business organizations, their formation, structures and advantages are also discussed.

HOM 202       3 units
Hotel Accounting
Pre-requisites: HOM 101, TSM 101

This introductory course exposes the business student to the nature, functions, scope and limitation of the accounting discipline affecting the hotel and restaurant business organized as a sole proprietorship and corporation. It provides the student with the adequate knowledge of how accounting records, techniques and methodology are utilized to sort, classify and present useful and meaningful accounting information from a mass of data.
HOM 203       3 units
Front Office Procedures
Pre-requisite: HOM 101

The course introduces students to the knowledge and skills necessary to operate a hotel front office and also aims to prepare students for a career in the hotel or other accommodation establishments.
HOM 204       3 units
Food and Beverage Procedures with Laboratory
Pre-requisite: CUL 101

This course provides students an overview of the nature of the food and beverage department. Functions and trends in each functional area of the department will also be given emphasis.

HOM 205       3 units
Food and Beverage Cost Control
Pre-requisite: HOM 101

The course aims to provide student the fundamental and practical guide of the food and beverage cost control systems and procedures effectively used in the food service operation. It also touches on topics related to the basic cost control process, recipe costing and cost control techniques.
HOM 206       3 units
Total Quality Management for Hospitality Industry
Pre-requisite: HOM 101

This course aims to provide the students with an understanding of the role of Total Quality Management in business organizations. It presents the basic principles and tools associated with total Quality and provide many cases that can be used for classroom discussion to crystallize the concepts being brought forth in the subject. It also gives light on how to manage an enterprise-wide quality to achieve satisfaction, loyalty, and business goals.
HOM 207       3 units
Principles of Marketing in Hospitality Industry
Pre-requisite: HOM 101, TSM 101

This is an introductory course in Marketing which covers the study of the fundamental principles and concepts affecting various marketing institutions, as well as the different policies and methods used by industries handling both consumers and the industrial goods. It also deals with the analytical approach of studying the different elements of the marketing mix and its applications to the business organization. Social responsibilities from among the marketing practitioners are also emphasized.
HOM 208       3 units
Housekeeping Procedures
Pre-requisite: HOM 101

This course aims to develop a deep understanding of principles and standard operating procedures in housekeeping management.
HOM 209       3 units
Entrepreneurship, Business Planning and Development
Pre-requisite: HOM 101

This course aims to develop the HRM students’ Entrepreneurial skills needed to start a small scale food related business
HOM 210       3 units
Basic Finance for Hospitality Business
Pre-requisites: HOM 101, TSM 101

This course includes fundamental principles of financial policy included in the organization and management of business enterprises in the Philippine settings. It also covers fund raising practices of the corporations to meet their capital requirement through the sale of securities, through bank loans and trade credits.
FOR 101       3 units
Foreign Language 1
Pre-requisite: None

The course aims to provide students with general information about China and with their national language, Mandarin. It includes the understanding of the Chinese people and their culture. It also helps the students learn the Chinese writing patterns and read simple words and engage in conversation using simple Mandarin.
HOM 301       3 units
Methods of Research in HM 1
Pre-requisite: HOM 209

This subject is designed to provide basic principles, methods, techniques and key processes involved in doing a research paper or a thesis. Likewise it covers the necessary learning skills, essential ideas needed in writing a research study.
HOM 302       3 units
Business Communication
Pre-requisite: HOM 101

This course provides the students with basic knowledge in business letter writing, strengthens their foundations on English language grammar, and develops their self-confidence in preparing written communications.
CUL 302       6 units
Asian Cuisine 1 & 2
Pre-requisites: CUL 101

The course aims to provide students with information and techniques in the preparation of Asian Foods. It also intends to encourage the students to revisit selected Asian countries including the Philippines historical and cultural past in order to understand how each respective food specialty has come to be known and practiced.
FOR 2       3 units
Foreign Language 2
Pre-requisite: FOR 1

Course Description:
This course introduces advance Chinese language, Mandarin. It includes the learning of advance Chinese language. It will also help the student to learn the simple and advance words and conversation.
HOM 303       3 units
Methods of Research in HM2
Pre-requisite: HOM 301

This subject is designed to provide basic principles, methods, techniques and key processes involved in methods of research. Likewise it covers the necessary learning skills, essential ideas needed in writing a research.

HOM 304       3 units
Events Management
Pre-requisite: HOM 101

The course deals with management principles, skills, techniques, and explores their applications in planning, organizing and producing a special event, convention, seminar or exhibition.
HOM 305       3 units
Rooms Division and Control System
Pre-requisites: HOM 101, HOM 203

The course aims to give an overview of the overall set-up on how rooms division operation serves and important part of the hotel industry. It includes topics on check-in and check-out procedures, reservation process, handling complaints and housekeeping procedures.

HOM 306       6 units
Banquet and Catering Functions
Pre-requisite: HOM 204

The course aims to provide the necessary requirements as well as the knowledge needed in having banquets or catering functions.

CUL 303       6 units
Pastry Production and Baking
Pre-requisite: CUL 302

The subject is intended to teach both the principles and practices of baking and pastry arts. The course will cover the techniques and formulas required for core and advanced baking and pastry program. Furthermore, the program should provide the necessary skills to produce a wide array of baked goods and confections. A further study in the course is to consider the techniques of each product and how different equipment and utensils are correctly used.
HOM 401       3 units
Management Information System in Hospitality Management
Pre-requisite: HOM 101

This course is designed to provide an understanding of how individuals and organizations may tap the potential benefits of IT in hospitality management. The lectures, readings, and computer laboratory exercises will introduce the students to a number of key concepts and timely issues related to IT applications in organizations. It includes the concept of data-based hospitality management, hotel reservations arrivals and departures, housekeeping procedures, security and guest safety in preparation for their actual training outside the school about Hotel Reservation Management Systems. Knowledge of this system increases students’ marketability and gives them an edge over many hospitability industry applicants who have no experience working with such program. The program is widely used in hotels that handle everything from reservations to inventory. Student performance will be assessed based on written exams, field exposure, projects and hands-on computer skills exams.
HOM 402       3 units
Human Behavior in Organization
Pre-requisites: HOM 101, HOM 201

This course is an introduction of the theories, concepts and models of individual and group behavior in organization. It represents an overview of the elements of group behavior, cultural influences, managerial assumptions about employees, and strategies for organizational change and development. Issues and problems in leadership styles and supervisory attitudes on motivation of workers are likewise raised for discussion and analysis.
CUL 404       6 units
Western Cuisine
Pre-requisite: CUL 302

The course intends to teach the student about the culture and history of both classical and contemporary Western cuisine with a particular focus on the French classics. It also looks at reviewing the history of the western food culture so that we can discuss the contemporary trends to cooking as well as fusion cuisine.
CUL 405       3 units
Food Styling and Design
Pre-Requisite: CUL 302

The course introduces students to the knowledge and skills necessary to food styling techniquesis to make the food look attractive in the finished photograph. The main difference between how a home cook or chef may present food and what a stylist does is the time and effort a stylist takes to carefully and artfully arrange the food. Also required is the visual know how, and ability to translate the perception of taste, aroma and appeal that one gets from an actual dish, to a two-dimensional photograph.
HOM Prac 1       4 units
Pre-requisites: HOM 204

The subject requires the students to undergo restaurant practicum for 300 hours during summer term. The student is expected to finish his/her pre-training and orientation at Captain’s Galley Restaurant. This will assure the school that students are already prepared to undergo restaurant practicum in his/her chosen establishment.
HOM Prac 2       7 units
Practicum Hotel/ Resort/Cruise
Pre-requisites: All Professional Subjects

The subject requires the student to undergo 500 hours in any Hotel, Cruise, and Airlines or Resorts either local or international. This will give the opportunity for the student to practice the theories and principles he/she has acquired in school. Likewise, the student has the option to undergo international practicum in which he/she will be assigned in Hotel or Resort hotel establishments abroad.
General Education Subjects
Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the General Education Courses, a Sebastinian graduate should be able to:
1. Demonstrate understanding of the concepts in the general education courses.
2. Employ problem solving, critical thinking and analytical skills that can be used in all areas of living and working.
3. Show awareness on the current issues and problems of the nation and evaluate them for the purpose of contributing solutions to them.
4. Demonstrate skills in articulation and effective communication skills.
5. Exemplify sensitivity toward scientific investigation, research and innovation.
6. Show aptitude in software applications and technological literacy.
7. Show respect to all forms of life and creations of god.
8. Exhibit attitudes of a morally upright, truth-seeking and truth-promulgating person.
9. Expand an insight geared toward the stabilization of the filipino arts and culture and the recognition of the cultural heritage of other countries.
10. Show appreciation and recognition of the importance of physical fitness and wellness.
MAT 101       3 Units
College Algebra
Pre-requisite: None

The course aims to review and expand the topics covered in high school Algebra using the conceptual approach. This will equip the students with fundamental principles necessary to prepare them for higher mathematics and develop in them the skills of good and sound of reasoning.

MAT 102       3 Units
Mathematics of Investment/Business Mathematics
Pre-requisite: None

This course deals with the basic mathematical tool and operations met in investment problems. It includes simple interest, simple discount, compound interest, simple annuities, perpetuities, amortization and sinking funds, and depreciation and depletion.

MAT 103       3 Units
Pre-requisite: MAT 101

The course aims to provide students with statistical knowledge and skills such as data gathering procedure and presentation, analysis and interpretation of data. It also equips with working knowledge on testing of hypothesis using statistics tests such as t-test, z-test, chi-square, analysis of variance and correlation. In preparation for hypothesis testing, the topic about probability is also discussed.

MAT 104       3 Units
Probability and Statistics
Pre-requisite: MAT 101, MAT 102 (for BSHM and BSTM)

The course aims to provide students with statistical knowledge and skills such as data gathering procedure and presentation, analysis and interpretation of data. It also equips with working knowledge on testing of hypothesis using statistics tests such as t-test, z-test, chi-square, analysis of variance and correlation. In preparation for hypothesis testing, the topic about probability is also discussed.

MGT 104, BMG 301, MMG 301       3 units
Operations Research/Decision Science
Pre-requisites: MAT 104

This course presents an overview of quantitative techniques, applications and implementations. In the first two chapters, the general nature of a linear programming problem is introduced and solutions are discussed using graphical and simplex methods. Special types of linear programming problems like transportation and assignment problems are treated fully in the next chapter. Network analysis is included to train students to plan, organize and control business projects. Separate chapters follow this on break-even analysis, decision analysis, inventory models, and forecasting. Finally, the course presents the mathematical models useful in helping students make the best possible decisions. All the above topics are introduced by using practical situations in every student’s life.

MAT 106       3 Units
Business Calculus
Pre-requisite: MAT 104

This course aims to equip students with the basic theory of differential and integral calculus with the end in view of giving the students sound understanding of fundamental concepts of calculus and developing a thorough appreciation of its many applied uses in business, economics, and the social and life sciences.

MAT 107       3 Units
Abstract Algebra
Pre-requisite: MAT 103

This course is designed to explore the basic properties of algebra and generalizes them so that they may be applied to structures that are unfamiliar. In particular, the course will discussed the algebra structures called groups. Groups are mathematical structures that are important in many branches of pure mathematics including complex analysis, functional analysis, geometry and topology, as well as in many areas of applied mathematics. Studying groups gain experience in abstract reasoning, formulating and testing conjectures, proving theorems, and constructing counter examples. Furthermore, the course includes introduction to the basic theory of another more structured type of algebraic object known as a ring.
BIT 205/BCS 202       3 Units
Discrete Mathematics
Pre-requisite: MAT 104

This course is designed to give Computer Science students increased knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the mathematical sophistication impacted to them as tools that they will need in the future. It covers the following topics: logic, set theory, methods of proofs, combinatorics, probability, graph theory and matrices.

BCS 208       3 Units
Calculus for Computer Science
Pre-requisites: MAT 101, MAT 103

This course aims to equip students with the basic theory of calculus with the end in view of giving them sound understanding of fundamental concepts of calculus and a thorough appreciation of its many applied uses.
SCI 101       3 Units
Earth Science
Pre-requisite: None

The course provides comprehensive information about the dynamics of the physical world. It specifically includes topics in astronomy, meteorology, oceanography, geology and environmental chemistry.

SCI 102       3 Units
Biological Science
Pre-requisite: None

The course deals with the study of living things. It focuses on the basic biological concepts and principles-evolution, chemical nature of life, cell, tissues and organ system, structure and functions, and classification of organisms. It also gives importance to the significance and value of life of every species on earth.

SCI 103       3 Units
Environmental Science
Pre-requisite: None

The course contains theories and concepts on ecology, population, pollution and energy resources. The course is designed to equip students with knowledge and insights in analyzing the contemporary Philippine environmental issues that affect the majority of its natural resources.

SCI 106       5 Units
Food Microbiology with Laboratory
Pre-requisite: None
This course deals with the study of common microorganisms in food. It includes investigative study of how these microorganisms affect food quality, food production and human health. It also deals with the important aseptic and sanitary techniques in food handling, packaging and prevention. Food microbiology has a laboratory component that provides activities that will enable students to observe the uniqueness of microorganisms and learn basic microbiological techniques.

SCI 111       3 Units
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Pre-requisite: SCI 102

This course deals with the basic biological concepts on chemical nature of life and on the structure of cells to organ system. It focuses on the study of the structures and functions of the human body on the nature and cause of human diseases.

SCI 105       3 Units
Principles of Food Safety, Hygiene and Sanitation
Pre-requisite: None

The course studies the principles and procedures of sanitation and safety in the hospitality industry. It integrates the concepts in chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry, with food processing, sanitation and safety operations. It includes the study of foot-borne illnesses, biological, chemical, physical hazards and cross-contamination as they may occur during the flow of food. It introduces HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) and other sanitation and safety programs.

SCI 117       3 units – no longer offered in the PSY 2013 curriculum
General Chemistry
Pre-requisite: None

This course covers the fundamental concepts and principles of Chemistry and its applications. It encompasses topics in inorganic and organic chemistry with laboratory component.
SCI 109       6 units
Physics with Laboratory
Pre-requisite: MAT 103

A comprehensive course covering the fundamental concepts and principles, blending facts with theories and their application to the fast changing pace of science and technology. This includes subdivisions of Physics into measurements, mechanics, matter, energy, waves, sounds, light, electricity, and magnetism.
Laboratory work is an integral part of the course. This involves the performance of exercises and experiments, which acquaints the students the fundamental Physics Laboratory operations as the basic concepts, and the principles are illustrated.

PED 101       2 units
Educational Gymnastics
Pre-requisite: None

This course deals with the foundation of physical fitness components of fitness, and body mechanics. It implements the designed exercise program like calisthenics and aerobics movement.

PED 201       2 Units
Rhythmic Activities
Pre-requisite: PED 101

This course is designed to study the Philippines and International dances, develop one’s ability to interpret and create simple movements for self-expression and develop deeper appreciation for our cultural heritage and others people’s culture. Rhythmic, as a recreational activity plays an important role in the development for nationalism and for the preservation of our cultural heritage.

PED 301       2 Units
Individual Sports (Badminton)
Pre-requisite: PED 101

This course is designed to demonstrate basic skills in handling, smash and footwork. It includes strategies for offensive and defensive plays. Emphasis is focused on the enjoyment of sports as a leisure time activity.
PED 401       2 Units
Team Sports
Pre-requisite: PED 101

This course is designed to provide fundamentals of volleyball combined with skill drills, court games, basic defensive and offensive strategies to improve basic skills, game play, endurance and knowledge of volleyball strategy and rules.
ENG 101       3 units
Study and Thinking Skills in English
Pre-requisite: None

This course deals with the development of the macro-skills in communication: listening, reading, speaking, and writing. This is intended to provide the knowledge on how the language is used to give and take information. Furthermore, it provides opportunities for oral interaction and to use the language in meaningful communicative activities. Hence, the learner develops proficiency and competency in the English language.

ENG 102       3 units
Writing in the Discipline
Pre-requisite: ENG 101

The emphasis of the course is on the principles of effective writing specifically unity, coherence, and emphasis. The students will learn to write by employing different techniques and styles.

ENG 103       3 units
Speech and Oral Communication
Pre-requisite: ENG 101

This course aims to equip the students with substantial skills and trainings geared toward academic and linguistic competence by emphasizing intonation, pronunciation, diction, and stress and other standard elements of speech for effective oral communication.

ENG 104       3 units
Introduction to Literature

This course is geared to familiarize students with the study and appreciation of literature not only as a course or requirement but also as a catalyst for understanding the facts of human nature as reflected in the literary genres.

ENG 105       3 units
Public Speaking
Pre-requisite: ENG 101

This course aims to develop students’ ability to write and deliver different kinds of speeches. It includes the different ways of preparing a fully developed speech that is well complemented with visual aids and how to incorporate the typical speaking assignment into situations students might face in their personal and professional lives.

ENG 106       3 units
Philippine Literature in English
Pre-requisite: None

As survey course in Philippine Literature in English, this course introduces students to a growing body of literature that forms part of the Filipinos’ cultural heritage. This course focuses on the written literature in English. It aims to make the students aware of the dominant Filipino traits through a brief survey of Philippine literature in English and through the discussion of the selected writings of Filipino authors writing in a foreign language. A brief introduction of literature and the literary genres are included to acquaint the learners with various literary conventions.

ENG 107       3 units
Business /Technical Writing
Pre-requisite: None

This course is designed to equip students with sufficient knowledge about the fundamentals and techniques in writing business letters, technical reports, and research papers. Moreover, it provides exercises to develop students’ writing skills necessary to become competent individuals.

ENG 108       3 units
Argumentation and Debate
Pre-requisite: None

This course provides the students substantial skills and training necessary for effective argumentation and debate. Emphasis is focused on the correct process of argumentation. Application of oral debate is given extensively.

ENG 109       3 units
World Literature
Pre-requisite: None

This course is designed to encourage students to go into the study of the literary genres, namely: prose and poetry. It is geared to instill literary appreciation so that the students will perceive that the course can be used as a catalyst for understanding the facets of human nature and not a mere course or requirement for curricular completion.

ENG 110       3 units
Advance Conversational English
Pre-requisite: None

Conversational English is a course especially tailored to the experiences of people working in the hospitality industry, corporate, and educational institution. Business vocabulary and idiomatic expressions will be acquired from reading, oral interaction, and simulations of real-life routine work situations.

ENG 111       3 units
Communication Skills Part 1
Pre-requisite: None

This course deals with the study and practice of the principles of correct writing and the clear and logical presentation of ideas. The course focuses on developing the students’ writing skills through the introduction of the different types of expository writing and other forms of discourse.

ENG 112       3 units
Communication Skills Part 2
Pre-requisite: ENG 111

This course is designed to develop the students’ communicative skills for effective personal, group, and public communication in various disciplines.

ENG P       3 units
English Plus (Grammar)
Pre-requisite: None

This course aims to improve the English language proficiency of college freshmen by learning the critical grammatical structures needed for various fundamental tasks such as narrating, describing, explaining, inquiring, expressing agreement or disagreement, giving directions, and expressing beliefs or disbelief.
HUM 102       3 units
Art Appreciation
Pre-requisite: None

This is a semester course designed to introduce and expose students to the different visual, auditory aspects of the performing arts both in theory and practice. Limitation of the time allows only a cursory study of painting, graphic arts, sculpture, architecture, music, dance, opera, and cinema. Literature, which is one of the arts, is taken as a separate course and is, therefore, not taken in detail in this course.

FIL 101       3 units
Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino
Pre-requisite: Wala

Pag-aaralan ang Filipino bilang isang wikang masigla na gagamitin sa komunikasyong pasalita at pasulat. Lilinangin sa kurso ang limang makrong kasanayan sa mabisa at masining na pakikipagtalastasan: pagbasa, pagsulat, pagsasalita, at pag-unawa sa pamamagitan ng iba’t-ibang teksto at konteksto.

FIL 102       3 units
Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba’t-Ibang Disiplina
Pre-requisite: FIL 101

Pokus ng kursong ito and akademikong pagbasa at pagsulat bilang kasangkapan sa pagkatuto. Tuwirang ituturo sa kursong ito ang mga estratehiya sa pagbasa at pagsulat ng iba’-ibang uri ng mga tekstong nakasulat at mga paksang may kinalaman sa kursong na nasa anyong pahayagan, jornal, artikulo, magazine, bagong kalakaran/ isyu, karanasan/ kaso, atbp., na magiging lunsaran sa pagtalakay sa mga modyul sa lilinang sa mga kasanayan sa pag-unawa higit ang kritikal na pag-unawa, gayundin ang kasanayan sa pagsulat ng iba’t-ibang sulating akademiko. Magiging batayang paksa ang tungkol sa humanidades at agham panlipunan at agham teknolohiya.

FIL 103       3 units
Retorikang Filipino
Pre-requisite: FIL 101

Nilalayon ng pag-aaral na ito na mapaunlad ang iba’y-ibang kasanayan sa pagpapahayag na gamit sa komunikasyong berbal at di berbal na may aspetong nag-uugnay sa esensya ng kasanayan sa pagpapahayag sa kurso na pinagkakadalubhasaan. Layon din nito ang magamit amg ma-retorikang pagpapahayag sa pagbuo ng kamalayang pantao na may pagpapahalaga sa dekalidad na kristyanismong pang-edukasyon at sa lipunang ginagalawan.
RED 101       3 units
Renewal of Christian Faith
Pre-requisite: None

The course Renewal of Christian Faith, is the only possible way to approach Christian faith through a total, lifelong and deepening conversion. It is total in the sense that it must touch the whole person, both his intellect and will, to be able to make a creative response to God’s calling.
It is lifelong conversion because we acknowledge with a sense of mystery the dynamic of God’s love, which is at work in the lives of all believers. A process of search and growth, through encounters with source of faith, the subject of faith and a model of faith must all take place in the context of the faith community.
No book can bring about the realization for us. Words and someone else’s faith experience cannot substitute for one’s own. Even scripture can serve only as an opening to the Divine Mystery, not a replacement for personal belief.
This syllabus can offer a foundation, a focus and an attitude toward a correct and clear understanding of faith as presented by the Catholic Church.

RED 201       3 units
Christian Morality
Pre-requisite Subjects: RED 101

This 3 unit fundamental course in Christian Morality aims at giving morality its right focus. It discusses the basic Christian principles involved in the moral choices and decisions of every Christian. To have a necessary foundation of Christian morality, it presents the relationship between the human beings, the value of freedom, law and sin. Then it brings in the role of conscience in the moral life of Christian. Hence, the need for a proper formation of conscience which our faith and the church have a contribution to make in God’s kingdom is presented as the ground that unifies and gives meaning to the moral attitudes and acts of Christians. The second part focuses on the issue of Bioethics and the culture of death. In this context, current issues and events of our society will be discussed. Finally, the course presents the value of justice and health care, the Christian moral norms from the 10 commandments and the examples of Jesus and his disciples with special emphasis on the message of the Sermon on the Mount (Beatitudes)

RED 301       3 units
Mysteries of Christian Faith (Sacraments)
Pre-requisite Subjects: RE 101


The course is Biblical and historical presentation of the mysteries of the Christian faith manifested through the mission of the Church: the Sacraments, as understood as the saving symbolic acts arising from the mysteries of Jesus Christ and continued in, by and for the Church, which when celebrated in faith, draw us into the likeness of Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. It gives an opportunity to know the importance of the seven Sacrament in the Church and of the faithful.

RED 401       3 units
The Creed
Pre-requisite Subjects: RED 101

The course is designed to provide the students with the essentials of Catholic faith, dealing specifically with the articles of the apostle’s creed. The orientation is distinctively “catholic”, integrating Re. Eds 1,2 & 3. It must primarily be grounded on the basis sources of revelation: Scripture, Church Magisterium and Sacred Tradition, and an ample orientation of its relevance of dynamic changes in our Church history.
The introductory part will be a review of the previous re. ed. Course: RED 101. The rationale is so that the foundation in the previous courses will be deepened and strengthened in every student thru the basic articles of faith found in the Apostles’ Creed.
The second part will deal with the articles stated in the Apostles’ Creed in the hope that these shall be embedded in the students’ minds and hearts to enable them to identify themselves as Apostle, remaining true to this dignity.

RED 501       3 units
Mary and the Church
Pre-requisite Subjects: RED 101, RED 201, RED 301 and RED 401

This course, intended as the final requirement in the course offerings of Religious Education, aims to develop the socio-pastoral awareness of the students. We expect the students to be active in the promotion of Gospel values through the different activities of the Church.
The context of this course will be about Church (Ecclesiology) and Mary (Mariology). The ecclesiological aspect will be geared towards the church’s role in the present society. Hence, the relevant issues of the present society and of the church will be given special attention. The Mariological emphasis is important because the Philippine Church is Marian in character. Mary’s relation to the church is also vital because she is also considered Mother of the Church.
The socio-pastoral aspect is on the practice of what they have personally believed and learned through pastorally-oriented activities as they immersed themselves in their respective parishes.

HUM 101       3 units
Pre-Requisite Subject: None

This three-unit course for all freshmen students is concerned with the study of laws, methods and principles governing correct reasoning and inferential thinking. The course is basically focused, in its presentation, to the three (3) mental activities, namely: simple apprehension, judgment and reasoning, their mental products (idea, mental proposition and mental argument) and their external expressions (term, proposition and syllogism). This analytic subject is a prerequisite to subsequent courses in any four-year course in college.


BS Hospitality Management Track 1 Curriculum