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STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARDS THE DEGREE COURSE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT IN CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY

JOY OLIVER MIRANDA

RESEARCH POPOSAL SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE, COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS, CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY MUSUAN BUKIDNON
IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COURSE

HRM 95
(METHODS OF RESEARCH IN HRM)

MARCH 2013
Introduction

Background of the Study

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management in Central Mindanao University is a four-year degree course under the College of Home Economics designed to provide trained and professional students in preparation for the real world of hospitality industry. The Hotel and Restaurant Management curriculum provides a synthesis of different skills, concepts and principles specializing in hospitality training. It involves the study and application of practical and managerial knowledge and functions such as hotel and restaurant operations, culinary arts, food service, hospitality education and research that are essential in preparing the students to become adept future restaurateurs and hoteliers (Castro, J.M. 2012). Some students choose HRM course because they think that it is easy and a fast way to graduate because some of the mindset of the students are just to graduate and get a job like being a waiter or bartender, without thinking that the knowledge that they learned wasn’t put into good use. For every incoming college student, choosing the best course can be a difficult decision and thinking about the future career is yet another difficult task to reflect on. There are some students who arrive on campus and know exactly what course to pursue and already having an idea what their future careers will be but most of the students do not know which course will get them there. In fact, due to the large number of courses available to students, most of them find themselves switching courses during college. The aim of this research is to...
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