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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT     

The International Travel and Tourism Management Program is a Bachelor of Science Degree Program that provides foundation and specialization study in the tourism management field through academic, laboratory, and field internship experiences.  The program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the students, ensuring that their efficiency and quality meets with the world-class tourism standard.  The program is designed in two depth areas in the tourism field operations and management, which is also to prepare students for future employment in a variety of hospitality and tourism positions in the growing tourism business.  

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT  

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Hotel and Restaurant Administration  

The Hotel and Restaurant Administration Program is a Bachelor of Science Degree Program that provides foundation and specialization study in the Hotel Management field through academic, laboratory, and field internship experiences.  The program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the students to ensure efficiency and to prepare the students to be supervisors in the Hospitality industry.  The program is designed in two depth areas in the Hotel field operations and management, which is to prepare students for employment in a variety of hotel positions in the growing hotel field. 

Cruise Line Operations in Culinary Arts   

The Cruise Line Operations in Culinary Arts Program is a Bachelor of Science Degree Program that provides foundation and specialization study in the culinary arts and food service field through academic, laboratory and field internship experiences.  The Program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the students to ensure efficiency and quality product preparation and service in the food service setting.  The program is designed in two-depth areas in the culinary field: operations and management, which is to prepare students for employment in a variety of food production and restaurant positions in the growing food service field in the cruise line industry. 

Cruise Line Operations in Hotel Services  

The Cruise Line Operations in Hotel Services Program is a Bachelor of Science Degree Program that provides foundation and specialization study in the Hotel Services field through academic, laboratory, and field internship experiences.  The Program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the students to ensure efficiency and to prepare the students to be supervisors in the Cruise Line industry.  The program is designed in two-depth areas in the Cruise Line Operations: operations and management, which is to prepare students for employment in a variety of hotel positions in the growing cruise line operations. 

Culinary and Kitchen Operations  

The Culinary Arts and Kitchen Operations Program is a Bachelor of Science Degree Program that provides foundation and specialization study in the Culinary Arts and Food Service field through academic, laboratory, and field internship experiences.  The Program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the students to ensure efficiency and quality product preparation and service in the food service setting.  The program is designed in two depth areas in the culinary field: operations and management, which is to prepare students for employment in a variety of food production and restaurant positions in the growing food service field. 

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Tourism Studies in the Province of Batangas, Philippines: A Literature Review

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This article aims to review the published researches in Tourism related studies of Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas from various journals to provide basic information on the findings of the previously conducted researches from different parts of the province. The most studied part of Batangas is the Heritage Town of Taal followed by San Juan. Most studies conducted within Batangas City are about establishing business enterprises. Only one research paper conducted and published among the festivals being celebrated in the province which is the Tinapay Festival of Cuenca. Each municipality must have a concrete tourism development plan in order to support the tourism program of the Province of Batangas. In this context, future studies may concentrate on various features of festivals to preserve the culture and values imbibed from these festivities.

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This study was conducted to assess the Tinapay (bread) Festival in Cuenca, Batangas. Specifically, this research determined the development strategies of community-based tourism in terms of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling; evaluated the effects of development of community-based tourism Tinapay Festival in Cuenca; proposed an action plan in promoting tourism in Cuenca. The study used descriptive method with the survey questionnaire as data gathering instrument which was administered among 100 respondents. The results of the study revealed that the respondents agreed that in order to achieve the success of the Tinapay Festival, there must be careful planning, organizing, directing and controlling. Most of the respondents are 60 government officials and 40 locales who agreed that the community involved and the committee in charge proved their incomparable teamwork which made the Tinapay Festival successful. They developed great teamwork through fair distribution of task resulting to respect and trust of the residents.

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This study determined the cultural and economic benefits of conducting festivals on the cities and municipalities of Batangas Province, Philippines. Descriptive type of research was utilized in the study. The respondents are the 250 local residents based in ten cities and municipalities forming the top 10 Batangas Festivals. Results showed that the community respondents strongly agreed that festival helps in the preservation of local culture and traditions. For those who belong in the high and average class, they have a more positive response compared to those in the lower class. Festivals can help recreate the image of the town to get on the tourism map where it helps the tourism industry of the specific area like Batangas by extending the tourism season. Every development happens in the province gives them the opportunity for life improvement. Festivals provide identity to the people that nourish the Filipino culture and strengthen the economic benefits through hard work and perseverance of the Batanguenos to be known their festivals worldwide.

Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas

Romer C . Castillo

This study determines and analyzes the socio-cultural aspects of heritage tourism that attracts tourists and travelers to visit Taal Heritage Town in Batangas, Philippines. It is a descriptive-survey type of research participated by 346 Taal visitors. The respondents assessed and expressed their agreement or disagreement on each statement presented regarding Taal’s identity or distinctiveness, traditions and festivities, and its people’s traits or characteristics. The gathered data were statistically analyzed using the SPSS. Results show that tourists and travelers visit Taal Heritage Town because it is known for Barong Tagalog (national costume of male Filipinos) and gowns with burdang Taal (embroidery), well-preserved ancestral houses and historical sites, balisong knives, and the Basilica of St. Martin of Tours, along with food products and delicacies like tapa, longanisa, empanada, tawilis and panutsa that can be bought in the place. Further, visitors like Taal because of its exceptional traditions and festivities such as Mutya ng Taal, El Pasubat Festival, devotion to Our Lady of Caysasay, recitation of luwa (chant) to honour the Virgin Mary and the saints, and water fetching and drinking from the miraculous Well of Sta. Lucia; and also because Taaleños are kind and hospitable, responsive and cooperative, humble but proud of their part in Philippine history, and with good oral communication skills, aside from being predominantly devoted Catholics Christians. Typical visitors to Taal Heritage Town are male and female Filipino young adults who had at least high school education and had visited Taal more than once or twice. Tests of differences further reveal that the older the visitors, the more they are attracted to visit the town and to appreciate its heritage tourism; females like or appreciate Taal’s traditions and festivities more than the males do; high school graduates like or appreciate the distinctiveness of Taal less than those who had higher, and even those who had lower, level of educational attainment; Filipinos like or appreciate Taal’s traditions and festivities more than foreigners do while foreigners like or appreciate Taaleños traits or characteristics more than fellow Filipinos do; and the higher the frequency of visits to Taal, the more they like or appreciate the town. It is recommended that the town and people of Taal should continue to preserve their heritage sites and houses, produce unique products, practice exceptional traditions and festivities, and exhibit good traits or characteristics to attract more tourists and travelers of the present and succeeding generations; to make more efforts to promote Taal heritage tourism to different age groups, especially to old age or senior citizens, and to different nationalities; and to give more emphasis on information dissemination regarding Taal’s traditions and festivities for such to be understood and more appreciated by tourists and travelers, especially by males and foreigners.

Norie Palma

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts & Sciences

This study aimed to determine the sociocultural effects of festivals in the province of Batangas as part of the cultural tourism industry. Specifically, it described the profile of the respondents in terms of age, gender, civil status, religion, income educational attainment; assess the perceived socio-cultural and economic effects of festivals in the province of Batangas; to test the significant difference between perceived socio-cultural and economic effects when grouped according to their profile variables; and to propose a plan of action to enhance and promote the cultural tourism industry of Batangas Province. Majority of the residents were 60 years and above, female, married and Roman Catholic with monthly income of 5,001 – 9,999.99 and elementary graduate. The respondents strongly agreed that one of the socio cultural effects of festivals is it provide unity in the community and in terms of economic effects, hosting a festival is expensive. A plan of action was proposed to enhance and promote the cultural tourism industry of Batangas Province.

Alex Ylagan

This study entitled aimed to promote Calatagan as a tourist destination in Batangas. Descriptive type of research was utilized in the study. Results showed that Lago de Oro is the most frequently visited over the other attractions. The common problem encountered by the Tourism Industry in Calatagan is lack of promotion. Among the social benefits brought by tourism in Calatagan they strongly agreed on promoting of peace and order situation. Among the economic benefits they strongly agree on employment opportunities. Tourism means more jobs for the people and improvement of their standard of living. All programs are implemented and the government knows how to develop more of their place.

Jamie Espina

Asia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Research

Research and Statistics Center

Church tourism has clearly increased over the past ten years. Churches are an important part of the tourism product of many parts of the country. This study aimed to determine the contribution of the churches in terms of social, cultural and economic aspects of the place, to identify the problems encountered in the promoting church tourism and propose plan of action to sustain the tourism of the Province of Batangas through churches. The researchers used the descriptive method of research and utilized self-made questionnaire as the main data gathering instrument of the study. The respondents were consisting of 5 people in the offices of the pilgrim churches from Batangas City and 10 churchgoers. The respondents agree that pilgrim churches contribute to tourism in terms of social and economics aspect while they strongly agree in term of cultural aspect. The most commonly experienced problems were the accessibility of the transportation and an action plan was proposed to address the problems encountered. The recommendation addressed that roving guards should be provided to ensure the safety and security of the tourists during their visit in the church. The church personnel may provide creative and command activities that will encourage people. Also they may have a briefing about the history of the church so that if visitor needs information it easy for them to answer and an action plan may be implemented to solve the problem encountered.

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