BHMBachelor in Hotel Management


What is BHM?

Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) is a 4 year program spreading over 8 semesters under Tribhuvan University. This course covers the fundamental of Hotel, Food and Beverage production, Hospitality, Office and Housekeeping along with familiarizing the students with the multi-dimension of hospitality industry. BHM course is both theoretical and practical in nature. It is the course of 120 credit hours consisting of 2000 marks. The program includes regular internship opportunities and job placement during the study period. From this, we can assume how big the prospect of BHM is in the job market. This is one of the fields whose scope is growing extensively day by day. BHM is a very dazzling, colorful and challenging career.

Number of Years:    4 years
Number of Semester:    8 Semesters
Total Credit Hours:    120

These are the academic qualifications that you will have to meet.
  • The aspirants should have completed intermediate (10+2) or equivalent level of examination from any Board/ University recognized by Tribhuvan University.
  • Students from any faculty can join BHM but he/ she should have secured at least 45% marks in their plus two.
  • He/ she should have English as compulsory subject.

  • First Year First Semester
    • BHM 301: Food Production and Patisserie- I
    • BHM 311: Food and Beverage Service –I
    • BHM 321: House Keeping Operations
    • ENG 311: English
    • MGT 311: Principles of Management
  • First-year Second Semester
    • BHM 302: Food Production and Patisserie – II Credits: 3
    • BHM 312: Food and Beverage Service Operation-II Credit: 3
    • BHM 322: House Keeping Management Credits: 3
    • BHM 324: Hotel Accounting Credits: 3
    • ENG 203: Business Communication Credit Hours: 3
  • Second-year First Semester
    • Food Science and Nutrition
    • Cost and Management Accountancy
    • Food Production and Patisserie III
    • Food and Beverage Service Operations III
    • Front office operations
  • Second Year First Semester
    • Human Resources Management
    • Financial Management
    • Food Production Management
    • Food and Beverage Management
    • Front Office Management
  • Fifth Semester
    • Hospitality Marketing and Sales
    • Statistics
    • Economics
    • Fundamental of Tourism
    • Facility Planning and Management
    • Management Information System
  • Sixth Semester
    • Industrial Exposure (15 credits)
  • Seventh Semester
    • Industrial Exposure
    • Project Work
    • Internship Report
  • Eighth Semester
    • Legal Environment for Hospitality
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Strategic Management
    • Entrepreneurship for Hospitality
    • Nepalese Society and Politics
    • Elective course
      • Cultural Resource of Tourism in Nepal
      • Quality Management