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Schools and Programs

School of Nutrition and Hospitality Management

Through the years, the School of Nutrition and Hospitality Management has produced graduates who excel in their practice in the Philippines and around the world. The thorough, hands-on training of the instructors provide the students with the skills and knowledge they need to build reputable professional practices.

 

The interactive classroom discussions are supplemented with stimulating activities, such as culinary contests, seminars, exposure tours, and practicum in well-known accredited institutions, both local and international.

 

Most of all, in keeping with the University motto of Ciencia y Virtud (Science and Virtue), the School molds well-trained and highly qualified professionals with a strong sense of nationalism and recognition of their responsibility as global citizens.

 

VISION

The School of Nutrition and Hospitality Management is committed to quality education that ensures the total development of its graduates who are empowered to lead in their chosen professions and are competent members of the global workforce. 

 

MISSION

In line with the Centro Escolar University’s philosophy, mission, and vision, the School of Nutrition and Hospitality Management is committed:

  • to develop well-rounded individuals; and
  • to produce competent professionals who are involved in community service and research, and equipped with the new information technology and emerging knowledge and skills that meet international standards of excellence while continually quest for personal and professional growth.

Distinct Features

  • Nutrition & Dietetics, Hotel & Restaurant Management and Tourism Management Programs are ASEAN University Network (AUN) quality assessment certified
  • 90% passing average in the Licensure Exam for Nutritionist-Dietitian for the past 3 years
  • The FIRST and ONLY Nutrition and Dietetics program with the HIGHEST LEVEL of accreditation, Level IV, by PACUCOA as certified by FAAP
  • Hospitality Management and Tourism Management Programs are Level II Accredited by PACUCOA
  • Affiliation with St. Luke's Medical Center and Manila Doctors Hospital, and Level IV Specialty Hospitals for Nutrition and Dietetics Practicum
  • Lactation Room, Nutrition and Wellness Clinic for nutrition assessment and counseling conducted by Nutrition and Dietetics students and faculty
  • Blended Learning Courses Offered through the CEU Learning Engagement and Proficiency System (CEU LEAPS)
  • Historical Manila Hotel is Hospitality Management and Tourism & Travel Management students' on-the-job training site
  • International Practicum Training Program in the USA and Vietnam
  • Faculty/Student Exchange Program in Daegu, South Korea and Surabaya, Indonesia
  • Hands-on experience with prominent culinary chefs
  • Well-organized and supervised educational tours, both local and international, to expose students to international standards of quality education and training
  • Fully-equipped food laboratories for students’ training in food production, beverage/bar operations, food merchandising, catering, and banquet service management
  • Use of In-Campus Property Management System (PMS) and Amadeus Global Distribution System (GDS)  
  • CEU Travel Bureau, laboratory for Tourism and Travel Management students
  • In-campus practicum venue for the Hospitality Management students (CEU Diners+Cafe) 
  • CEU Hotel Mock-Up facilities 
  • Ladderized Program that prepares students to have employable skills at every academic year level for them to be competitive in the tourism and hospitality industry locally and globally
  • Additional certification provided to students upon passing the National Skills Certification by TESDA
  • University integrated community outreach program 

Academic Programs

  • Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics (BSND)
  • Bachelor of Science in International Tourism and Travel Management (BSITTM)
  • Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management with Specialization in Hotel, Restaurant and Culinary Operations (BSIHM HRCO)
  • Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management with Specialization in Cruise and Integrated Resort Operations (BSIHM CIRO)


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (BSND)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Initiate and innovate activities in promoting the role of nutrition and dietetics for human well-being in relation to the needs, resources and potentials of individuals, groups and families.
  2. Plan and implement comprehensive nutritional care for the total wellness of individuals in a multidisciplinary and multi-cultural setting.
  3. Integrate nutrition concerns with local and national development efforts.
  4. Develop and manage nutrition programs for individuals, groups and institutions for effective public health nutrition practice.
  5. Plan and manage a foodservice unit in hospital or other settings following regulations and organization policies.
  6. Plan and manage an economically viable activity related to nutrition and dietetics in collaboration with stakeholders.
  7. Design and conduct a scientific study on food, nutrition and related topics following ethical research methodology.
  8. Organize and participate in lifelong learning activities to keep abreast of the developments in foods, nutrition, dietetics and related fields.
  9. Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Registered Nutritionist-Dietitians in hospitals, schools, airlines, care homes, industrial cafeterias, restaurants, and hotels
  • Public Health Nutritionist-Dietitian in government and non-government organizations
  • Sports Nutritionist
  • Weight Management and Fitness Specialist
  • Diabetes Educator
  • Health and Nutrition Educator
  • Patient Services Manager
  • Entrepreneur in private Nutrition Clinic and Foodservice Establishment
  • Food Regulatory Officer
  • Nutrition and Foodservice Manager, Supervisor or Director
  • Food and Nutrition Researcher Food Laboratories, Food Manufacturing Firms, Testing Kitchens, Government and Non-Government Institutes
  • Academician
  • Food Sanitation Officer

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT (BSITTM)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Demonstrate effective English skills in oral and written communication.
  2. Communicate confidently and effectively in the industry.
  3. Respond positively and quickly to challenging or unexpected situations at work.
  4. Work independently and effectively within multidisciplinary and multicultural teams in accordance with the international standards aligned with the ASEAN Qualifications Framework.
  5. Demonstrate teamwork and collaborative skills to achieve common goals.
  6. Demonstrate knowledge of multicultural perspectives to meet the needs of the guests and fellow employees.
  7. Adopt different sets of skills and knowledge as required in the new situation.
  8. Practice the knowledge and apply the skills associated with problem solving, critical thinking and decision making to function effectively in the industry.
  9. Work in a professional and ethical manner as well as practice industry defined work ethics.
  10. Demonstrate mastery knowledge of tourism industry, tourism products and services both in the local and international context.
  11. Utilize information technology applications for tourism and hospitality.
  12. Apply conscientious interpersonal relations with the guest by showcasing excellent customer service skills.
  13. Apply passionate leadership and management skills in various sectors of tourism through advocacy programs that aim to improve the quality both local and global communities.
  14. Create and innovate entrepreneurial and technological solutions for a wide range of dynamic needs within the tourism industry.
  15. Create and execute independently planned tours to different tourist destinations, both locally and internationally, in accordance with the legal requirements of the respective tourism jurisdiction.
  16. Conduct various insightful researches on tour guiding activities to solve problems systematically and to address the changing needs of the industry and society.
  17. Discover innovative marketing programs in the promotion of tourist destinations based on national and global tourism industry standards.
  18. Develop and evaluate possible or existing tourism sites and attractions by implementing the principles of sustainability and respect for biodiversity.
  19. Demonstrate basic and supervisory level job functions effectively as well as entrepreneurial competencies that manifest CEU attributes in tourism and travel careers.
  20. Apply analytical and quantitative skills to produce quality research that responds to tourism issues and trends compliant with the laws of the society.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Regional Officer of the Department of Tourism (DOT)
  • DOT Tourism attaché
  • Tourist Information Center Manager
  • Tourism Officer
  • Tour Operator 
  • Tour Leader
  • Tourism Marketing Officer
  • Travel Agent
  • Travel Agency Manager
  • Travel Consultant
  • Airline and Travel Agency Reservation Officer 
  • Flight Attendant
  • Ground Attendant
  • Events Manager
  • Conference Organizer
  • Guest Relations Officer and Press Relations Officer in prestigious hotels, restaurants and cruising companies
  • Hotel Concierge 
  • Front Office Personnel in hotels and cruise companies
  • Travel Writer
  • Owner of accommodations and travel agencies
  • Academician

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT WITH SPECIALIZATION IN HOTEL, RESTAURANT AND CULINARY OPERATIONS (BSIHM HRCO)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Produce food products and services independently and collaboratively in compliance with the hospitality industry standards.
  2. Apply management skills critically and creatively in food and beverage service and operations by analyzing and meeting the emerging guests’ needs, preferences and lifestyles.
  3. Perform and provide guest service in accordance with the front office standards and property management systems.
  4. Devise and implement risk management program through systematic problem solving approaches in compliance with the hotels ‘ policies and standards.
  5. Practice good stewardship and accountability in performing various housekeeping services in compliance with international housekeeping and environmental protection standards.
  6. Demonstrate quality and productivity in providing food and beverage services based on industry service standards.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Hotel Manager
  • Hotel General Manager
  • Resident Manager
  • Executive Housekeeper
  • Housekeeping Supervisor
  • Human Resource Director
  • Sales and Marketing Director
  • Meeting and Events Manager
  • Front Office Receptionist
  • Concierge
  • Executive Chef
  • Food and Beverage Director
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Food Service Manager Supervisor
  • Executive Gaming Host
  • Flight Attendant
  • Club Manager
  • Caterer
  • Industry Consultant
  • Entrepreneur of lodging, restaurant, fast foods and bake shops
  • Academician

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT WITH SPECIALIZATION IN CRUISE AND INTEGRATED RESORT OPERATIONS (BSIHM CIRO)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Produce food products and services independently and collaboratively in cruise and integrated resort operations based on industry standards.
  2. Apply management skills critically and creatively in food and beverage service and operations in cruise and integrated resort operations.
  3. Perform and provide guest services in cruise and integrated resorts in accordance with the front office standards and property management systems.
  4. Evaluate and implement safety, security and risk management programs in cruise and integrated resorts through systematic problems solving in compliance with the industry and government regulations and standards.
  5. Practice good stewardship and accountability in performing various housekeeping services in compliance with international housekeeping and environmental protection standards.
  6. Demonstrate quality and productivity in providing food and beverage services based on industry standards.  

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Cruise Manager
  • Cruise Director
  • Cabin Housekeeping Supervisor
  • Sales and Marketing Director
  • Meeting and Events Manager
  • Bar Lounge Manager
  • Club Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Front Office Receptionist
  • Concierge
  • Junior Assistant Purser
  • Executive Gaming Host
  • Industry Consultant
  • Deck Crew
  • Cabin Crew Attendant
  • Disc Jockeys
  • Cruise Host & Hostess
  • Shore Excursion Manager
  • Water Sports Instructors
  • Academician

Deans and Academic Heads

  • Dr. Cecilia C. Uncad
    Dean, School of Nutrition and Hospitality Management
    ccuncad@ceu.edu.ph

  • Ms. Janelle M. Villamor
    Program Head, Tourism and Travel Management
    jmvillamor@ceu.edu.ph

  • Ms. Honey Loveleen R. Bontile
    Program Head, Nutrition and Dietetics
    hrbontile@ceu.edu.ph

    2nd Flr. Technology Center Building
    Centro Escolar University
    9 Mendiola St.,
    San Miguel, Manila City
    (+63)2 8735-6861 to 71 loc. 220
    (+63)2 8736-3129

Faculty Profile

Permanent Faculty:

  • Cervillon, Hedrick A.

Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Bachelor of Science in Tourism

Polytechnic University of the Philippines- Manila

 

  • Oñas ,Ethel May F.

Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics

Centro Escolar University - Manila 

 

Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics 

Centro Escolar University - Manila 

 

  •  Poloyapoy, Junn B.

Master of Science in Tourism

Centro Escolar University   

     

Bachelor of Science in Tourism

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

  • Quiñonez, Danelen B.

Master of Science in Tourism Management

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

  • Soralbo, Jerome John B.

Master of Science in Hospitality Management (Hotel and Restaurant Management)

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

  • Uncad, Cecilia C.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Master of Arts in Teaching

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

University of the Philippines

 

  • Villamor, Janelle M.

Master of Science in Hospitality Management (Tourism Management)/ Master of Arts major in Psychology

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Bachelor of Science in Tourism

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Probationary:

  • Bontile,Honey Loveleen R.

Master of Science in Public Health (Nutrition)

University of the Philippines Manila

 

Lecturer:

  •  Feliciano,Janice P.

Master of Public Health

Unviersity of the Philippines

 

  • Infante,Zorahayda Francesca T.

Doctor of Business Administration

Our Lady of Fatima University

 

Master in Business Administration

Our Lady of Fatima University

 

  • Jao,Thomas Ronerick M.

Master in Business Administration

Cavite State University

Linkages

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS 

  • St. Luke's Medical Center
  • Manila Doctors' Hospital
  • Cardinal Santos Medical Center  
  • East Avenue Medical Center
  • Philippine Heart Center
  • Lung Center of the Philippines
  • Makati Health Department
  • Gold's Gym 

 

NUTRITION FOODSERVICE 

  • Akira Robinsons Magnolia
  • Arroz Ecija
  • Café 1475
  • Casa Roces
  • Chef Jessie Rockwell Club
  • Classic Savory
  • JCS Gastronomie, Inc.
  • Kangaroo Jack
  • Kenny Rogers Rosters
  • Kurosawa
  • Max’ Restaurant
  • Number 1 Barbecues
  • Pazzo Rollio
  • Pero 'N Coi
  • Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken
  • SumoSam

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT (BSITTM) and BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (BSIHM)

International

  • Phu Hi Resort, Vietnam
  • Paradise Suites and Cruises, Halong Bay, Vietnam
  • Avanti Resort  - Paramount Hospitality
  • Baltimore Country Club
  • Belvedere Beach Resort
  • Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals and Tours
  • Brett Robinson Gulf Corporation
  • Colorvision - Universal Hollywood
  • Colorvision - Universal Orlando
  • Colorvision International, Inc. - Mall of America
  • Dairy Queen
  • Evelyn Hill Liberty Island & Ellis Island
  • Food Lion - #0685 - Avon
  • Food Lion - #0937 - Corolla
  • Great Wolf Lodge - Sandusky
  • Great Wolf Lodge - Wisconsin Dells
  • I2 Candlewood Suites Harrisburg Hershey
  • I2 Fairfield Inn & Suites Hershey Chocolate Avenue
  • I2 Faye Kala Inc. at Hershey Park
  • I2 Hampton Inn and Suites Hershey Near the Park
  • I2 Hershey Lodge
  • I2 HHCP Management LLC DBA Crowne Plaza Harrisburg
  • Kalahari Resort - Sandusky
  • Kalahari Resort - Wisconsin Dells
  • La Quinta 0501 - San Antonio Riverwalk
  • Loews Hotel
  • MasterCorp, Inc. - Christmas Mountain Village
  • MasterCorp, Inc. at Wyndham Ocean Boulevard
  • Pineland Camping Park
  • Ruby's Inn, Inc.
  • Sage Hospitality Doubletree Austin
  • Sea Mist Oceanfront Resort
  • Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
  • Six Flags Great Adventure
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain
  • Six Flags Over Texas
  • Wentworth by the Sea, A Marriott Hotel & Spa
  • Wilderness Hotel and Golf Resort
  • Wonder Works - Orlando
  • Xanterra South Rim - Grand Canyon

Local

  • Adventure International Tours, Inc.
  • Aerostar Travel and Tours
  • Air Asia Philippines
  • Amadeus Marketing Philippines, Inc.
  • Amaya Travel and Tours
  • Au Tours and Bus Charter Co.
  • Aviation Partnership Philippines
  • Berjaya Hotels
  • Blue Horizons Travel and Tours
  • Cathay Pacific Airways
  • CCT.168 Travel and Tours
  • Cebu Air, Inc.
  • CenCorp Travel and Tours
  • Century Park Hotel
  • China Airlines
  • China Airlines Cargo
  • City Travel and Tours Corp.
  • Crown Plaza Manila Galleria
  • Crown Regency Hotels and Resorts
  • CV Travel and Tours
  • DDR Travel and Tours
  • Department of Tourism
  • Diamond Hotel
  • Discovery Primea
  • Discovery Suites
  • Dolcelatte
  • Embassy of East Timor
  • Etihad Airways
  • EVA Airways
  • F1 Hotel Manila
  • First Place, Inc.
  • Fort Ilocandia Resort Hotel
  • Frontier Ortigas Hotel and Resort Corporation
  • Hive Hotel and Convention
  • Holiday Inn Manila Galleria
  • Hotel Centro, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • Hotel Jen Manila
  • Howard Travel and Tours
  • J2 Discount Travel and Tours
  • KLM Air France
  • Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
  • Lykabee Travel and Tours
  • M3 Travel and Tours
  • Macro Asia
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Manila Hotel
  • Manila International Airport Authority
  • Marco Polo
  • Mariners Polytechnic Training Center
  • MIASCOR
  • Midas Hotel and Casino
  • Miles Travel Services
  • Molato Travel Agency
  • Networld Hotel Spa and Casino
  • New Dynasty International, Inc.
  • Oman Air
  • PAGSS – NAIA
  • Paradise Garden Resort Hotel
  • Philippine AirAsia
  • Philippine Airlines
  • Philippine International Convention Center
  • Privato Hotel
  • Qantas Airways
  • Raffles and Fairmont
  • Rajah Travel Corporation
  • Ramada Hotel
  • Red Tag Travels International Corporation
  • Roots and Routes International, Inc.
  • Roundtrip Travel Services Corporation
  • Royal Air
  • Royal Kites Travel and Tours
  • Shakey’s Pizza Asia Ventures, Inc.
  • Shamrock Travel and Tours
  • Sharp Travel Service, Inc.
  • Shroff International Travel Care, Inc.
  • Solaire Resort and Casino
  • SOLE Destinations Travel and Tours
  • Stellar Philippines
  • TAC Tours and Travel Corporation
  • Thai Airways International
  • Trip Trek Travel and Tours
  • Universal Holidays, Inc.
  • UNO Adventure and Holidays
  • World Wings Travel and Tours

Laboratories and Facilities

NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

  • Lactation Room
    A private room for breastfeeding, express and store breast milk.  BSND students and faculty members also use this room to counsel the breastfeeding mothers about nutrition and lactation.

 

  • Nutrition and Wellness Clinic
    A laboratory venue for hands-on experience in individual nutrition counseling to help students, faculty and staff to help tailor their diet to achieve their specific nutrition and health goals

 

  • Food Laboratory
    Used for learning the basic principles and advanced techniques in culinary and pastry, different methods and procedures in cooking and baking, food portioning and plate presentation. 


TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT

  • CEU Travel Bureau
    The CEU Travel Bureau is located at the ground floor of the ISC Building which serves all training needs and programs including field trips and educational tours of the Tourism Management students.  It is equipped with Global Distribution System to give the BSITTM students the opportunity to learn first-hand operation of a travel agency.  The Bureau also provides travel needs and services for the CEU community.

 

  • Computer Laboratory (1. for Research purposes, 2. Airline reservation system, 3. preparation of various documentation)
    The quality of teaching and learning can be improved by introducing a more effective use of software in the computer laboratories. The computer laboratory, where students use the Amadeus Reservations System, is equipped with fast internet connection and the latest units. The students can practice booking airline tickets and check the status of flights using the system.

 

  • Tour Guiding Room

This laboratory is equipped with the basic tour guiding equipment like microphones, speakers, audio tour guide system and TV monitor to be used for the tour guiding demonstration and mock tour guiding of the students. Lectures for the faculty are also provided in this laboratory.

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

  • CEU Beverage Bar Counter
    The students’ experiential learning in preparing and serving of beverages are enhanced in the CEU beverage and bar simulation facility. Aside from the skills and techniques in mixing beverages, students are trained to cultivate proper attitudes needed for the delivery of quality service in food and bar operations.

 

  • CEU Food Laboratory
    • Kitchen Laboratory (Hot Kitchen, Cold Kitchen, Baking Room)
    • Commercial Kitchen
      The air-conditioned  Food Laboratories are equipped with modern equipment and a complete set of kitchen utensils to enable hospitality and  culinary students to learn and experience basic and advance culinary skills and techniques. The kitchen facilities for both hot and cold preparation as well as baking activities.

  • CEU Diner+Cafe
    This provides a venue for the hands-on experience on the actual restaurant operations and management and food service procedures.

 

  • CEU Mock Up Hotel
    • CEU Front Desk Counter
      The CEU Front Desk Counter is a mock desk that serves as an interactive training hub for students to develop their service quality and soft skills in hotel reservation, guest registration, check-out process, and the practices of night audit. The students mastering behind the mock desk are trained in manual and computerized guest cycle procedures.
    • CEU Guest Rooms
      These are guest rooms simulation facility equipped with hotel-standard amenities and lay-out.  Students are trained the technical details required for rooms cleaning and maintenance at par with the lodging industry requirements.

  • Demo Kitchen
    The Demo Kitchen is an air-conditioned room used as a  venue  by the students for the presentation and demonstration of their food products.

 

  • Evaluation Room

  • CEU Function Room
    Air-conditioned spacious halls that cater to several types of students’ culminating events related to their professional courses like MICE, Hospitality Research, Food and Beverage Service and Management essential to ready them for the multi-faceted hospitality service industry.

School Scholarships

School of Nutrition and Hospitality Management Alumni Scholarship

The School of Nutrition and Hospitality Management Alumni Chapter offers scholarship to bona fide BSITTM, BSIHM and BSND students. The scholarship consists of 50% discount on tuition and miscellaneous fees for the semester and is renewable the following semester provided requirements are met. 

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