BA Honours: Hospitality and Enterprise Management (Armed Forces) - Westminster Kingsway College

Hospitality and Culinary Arts

Hospitality and Culinary Arts

BA Honours: Hospitality and Enterprise Management (Armed Forces)

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Hospitality and Culinary Arts
Course Title BA Honours: Hospitality and Enterprise Management (Armed Forces)
Start Date 4th September 2017
Location Victoria
Duration 3 years Distance Learning
Attendance Distance Learning
Fees Fee details on enquiry. All learners are fee-assessed at enrolment
All fees will be confirmed when you enrol onto your course. All students are fee assessed at enrolment

Course Content

Hospitality and Culinary Arts
Short Description
Westminster Kingsway College offers the BA Honours Degree in Hospitality and Enterprise Management as a distance learning course for those serving in the Armed Forces in the UK and overseas.
 
Westminster Kingsway College Higher Education Team and the CPD Centre Food Services Wing are excited to be launching our Degree programme in Hospitality and Enterprise Management for the Armed Forces. We wanted to include and give credit for the amount of professional development you do and your role in the Armed Forces, so this course has been designed to accredit you for level 4 studies and dive straight in at level 5 & 6.  
 
Study patterns - you will study 40 credits per semester -and you will get a FULL HONOURS DEGREE in 3 years.
 
What will I study while on the course?
Year 1 (Level 5) will include: Professional Development and Study Skills, Marketing for Hospitality, Human Resources for Hospitality, Management in Organisations, and Introduction to Finance and Information Systems.
Year 2, Semester 1 (Level 5) will include: Facilities and Contract Management, Research Methods and one option - a choice can be made from Design & Facilities, eBusiness and Web Design, or Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Year 2, Semester 2 (Level 6) will include: Financial & Revenue Management, and Business and Marketing Strategy.
Year 3 (Level 6) will include: Human Resources and Organisational Development, Food Society and Culture, and then a Dissertation module (a double module with a 10,000 word project).
 
How will I study?
Online studies are constantly developing but we will continue to use much of the tried and  tested methods we have used to date that include the use of the college Virtual Learning  Environment (Moodle), wikis, blogs, discussion forums, video presentations, vivas, etc. This  will be blended with new technologies as developed and appropriate.
 
What support will I get?
• A first class Personal Tutor will be allocated to your group for the duration of the course
• Fantastic subject tutors who are specialists in their subject and in online delivery
• Opportunity to submit draft assignments prior to deadlines.
• OFFLINE capability (When no internet access is available)
• Weekly online chat room tutorials
• College VLE, University online library and databases
• Resource pack that includes some of your core texts, USB key and folder
• Regular contact via emails and social networking (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook)
 
Further information & questions? Please contact either:
• Lisa Wyld, Programme Manager for Higher Education at WKC via email: lisa.wyld@westking.ac.uk, or phone: 020 7802 8804
 
Cost of course (approx):
£3150 per year, minus £2000 ELCAS credits only £1150 (See Serial 3)
Access Method
Online studies are constantly developing but we will continue to use much of the tried and tested methods we have used to date that include the use of the College Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), wikis, blogs, discussion forums, video presentations, vivas, etc. This will be blended with new technologies as developed and appropriate.
 
Study patterns - in the past students studied 60 credits per semester and this could be very challenging alongside a full time job like yours. Now you will study 40 credits per semester - a more manageable amount and you will get a FULL HONOURS DEGREE in 3 years (instead of 4 previously).
Progression
All fees will be confirmed when you enrol onto your course. All students are fee assessed at enrolment

Entry Requirements

Hospitality and Culinary Arts
Entry Requirement
Entry Criteria  
• Applicants will be expected to be of strong CPO / Colour / Staff Sergeant / PO / Sergeant calibre and above, and have studied a combination of the following courses: (Although not all are essential the team is happy to discuss each individual case as APL can be used)
• Service equivalent courses are accepted -  Maths & English level 2 or equivalent, Level 4 Food Safety, Unit Catering Management course, Level 4 Licentiateship in Food Service Management, Level 4 Introductory Diploma in Management, Level 5 CMI Diploma in Management and Leadership, Level 7 CMI Strategic Management & Leadership (Many of these qualifications are gained when undertaking various Services course)
All fees will be confirmed when you enrol onto your course. All students are fee assessed at enrolment

How to Apply

Hospitality and Culinary Arts

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