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logo College of Tourism and Hospitality Management of DLSU-DThe College of Tourism & Hospitality Management of De La Salle University – Dasmariñas envisions itself as CALABARZON region’s sought after school in the field of hotel management, food service management, culinary, and tourism, at par with the leading hospitality & tourism schools in the country.

As a dynamic and proficient center of hospitality and tourism education in the province of Cavite, the college rests on the premise that education should be transformative, creative, and relevant. It believes in excellence and perfection and therefore should establish mechanisms ensuring that the quality of education is significant to the province of Cavite, CALABARZON region, national community, and the world. In order to achieve this, the college is committed to:

  • offer relevant and effective curricular programs to produce world-class hospitality industry practitioners
  • provide student development programs and services designed to help students identify educational and career goals, set realistic career paths, and develop skills necessary to achieve intellectual and personal growth
  • conduct research that will provide basis for developing new knowledge and applied researches that will contextualize prevailing knowledge in the fields of food service, culinary, lodging, hospitality and tourism, which are relevant to Lasallian transformative education
  • participate in various responsive community service programs especially to youth at risk
  • promote linkages with other educational institutions, industry, and governmental agencies designed to meet the changing needs of the market place and promote social and economic growth in the province and the region; and
  • manifest the teachings of our founder, St. John Baptist De La Salle, in all its programs and activities, and be a catalyst of social transformation

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The College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (CTHM) has been operational since 2000, after six years of having been under the supervision of the College of Business Administration and Accountancy. The college continues to provide its students with knowledge, skills and expertise to mold them into competent, skilled, and well-rounded professionals, exemplary in their Christian faith.

The College seeks to contribute to the progress of tourism and hospitality industry in the Philippines, particularly in the fields of hotel and restaurant management as well as travel and tourism. True to this aim, the college is committed to produce competent, confident and globally competitive professionals. Being the pioneer college to focus on the fields of tourism and hospitality in the CALABARZON region and as a reflection of the Lasallian values, it aims to assist in the development of the area by instilling service excellence and social awareness among all its graduates.

1. Any student under the BSHRM/BSTM program is ineligible for re-enrollment under the following:

    1. Obtaining six (6) failed subjects (regardless of the number of units) at the end of any term.
    2. Found guilty of commission of any major offense as defined by the Student Handbook (non-readmission, exclusion or expulsion sanction).

2. The pre-requisite subjects should be strictly followed. However, students may be allowed to simultaneously enroll in pre-requisite under the following:

    1. When the pre-requisite is repeated subject and when the student is graduating at the end of the school term.
    2. When it is approved by the University Registrar.

3. The NSTP & PE subjects should be completed at the first and second curriculum year.

  1. All freshmen and transferees are required to complete INTRO101 and INTRO102 during the first and second semesters respectively preferably on the first curriculum year.

5. Iif there were only 48 academic units left before graduation,the student would still be allowed to enroll provided a de-loading of three (3) academic units (per semester) is made to allow a better academic performance during the semester.

  1. De-loading of subjects (equivalent to the number of units failed) is a pre-condition for my enrolment the following semester.

BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management

The program is designed for students to achieve a challenging yet rewarding and interesting career in hospitality, food, and lodging in particular. The program develops students' capability as future hoteliers and restaurateurs responsive to the current trends of the industry. It inculcates among students the basic principles and theoretical knowledge that will help them in their analysis and understanding of the complexities of the hotel and restaurant business.

The program exposes the undergraduate to the realities of the workplace and offers extensive classroom education and opportunity for local and international exposure through educational tours and internship in the hospitality industry.

Career Options
  • Convention and Visitor Bureaus
  • Cruise Companies
  • Entrepreneurship (Owner of Hotels, Resorts or other Lodging
  • Accommodations and Restaurants)
  • Food and Beverage Sector
  • Food Production
  • Gaming Sector
  • Hospitality Education
  • Hospitality Publications
  • Hospitality Research
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Human Resources
  • Meetings and Events
  • Property Management Systems
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Sales and Marketing
BS in Tourism Management

The program is designed for students to achieve a challenging and exciting career in the tourism and hospitality industry. The program trains enthusiastic young individuals in travel and tourism to meet and satisfy the growing demand of the travel industry and to get ahead in the field of business armed with strong academic, practical educational experience and researches.

The program exposes the undergraduate to the realities of the workplace and offers extensive classroom education and opportunity for local and international exposure through educational tours and internship in the tourism industry.

Career Options
  • Airlines
  • Attractions
  • Convention and Visitor Bureaus
  • Cruise Companies
  • Entrepreneurship (Owner of Travel Agencies and Tour Companies)
  • Gaming Sector
  • Global Distribution Systems
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Meetings and Events
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Tour Companies
  • Tourism Education
  • Tourism Research
  • Tourist Offices and Information Centers
  • Travel Agencies
  • Travel Communications
  • Travel Publications

  • College of Tourism and Hospitality Management Student Council
  • Hotel and Restaurant Management Society
  • Tourismo Lasalleño Society
To learn more about CTHM Organizations, visit this page.

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Contact



College of Tourism & Hospitality Management
Hotel De Oriente Building
DLSU - Dasmariñas
Cavite, Philippines 4115

For questions and inquiries:
email the CTHM Secretariat

Trunkline:
Cavite (046) 481.1900 to 1930
Local 3089
Manila (02) 779.5180

CTHM Creative Programs 2015

The College of Tourism and Hospitality Management is offering creative programs this summer.