B.Sc in Hospitality Studies course in Mumbai

BSc in Hospitality Studies:

In this course, we provide a complete overview of all facets of the hospitality industry, management and communication skills. We begin with structured programs in food production, before delving into the other four branches covered under hospitality.

From a management perspective, we equip our students to learn about human resources management, operations management, hospitality laws and managing information systems at the workplace.

Duration: 3 years Full-time degree course (6 semesters) Intake : 60

Eligibility: Passed Higher Secondary Education (HSC) or equivalent in any stream with minimum 45% marks in aggregate

Core Subjects covered:

  • Food Production
  • Bakery and Patisserie
  • Food and Beverage Service
  • Front Office
  • Housekeeping
  • Rooms Division Management
  • Food Safety and Nutrition
  • Communication Skills and French
  • Principles of Management
  • Hospitality law and Human Resources Management
  • Management Information Systems in the Hospitality Industry
BA in Culinary Arts course in Mumbai

BA in Culinary Arts

Thakur Institute of Hotel Management has introduced BA Culinary Arts Courses in Mumbai, located in Maharashtra, India which offers a Degree program which will help students to develop industry relevant skills. The program includes courses like culinary management, business management, food production and technology, and more. It provides a great deal of hands-on experience. Students will be able to gain practical knowledge by working in the kitchen on campus or at off-campus restaurants, catering companies, etc. These courses prepare you to take on any of the five core branches in hospitality - food production, food and beverage service, front office, in-room dining and housekeeping. We begin by introducing our students to the kitchens with a grounding of principles in food production. Next, we proceed to full-scale cooking and culinary experiences in Indian and international cuisines, besides baking and confectioneries. There's a scope to understand the environment better, with product knowledge, food safety, hygiene, culinary math and information technology for kitchens, restaurants and other workplaces. We also prepare our students with essentials of food and beverage service and restaurant and food service operations.Besides basic French, various other international languages for gourmet cuisines, food technology and restaurants will also be taught.

Duration: 3 years Full-time degree course (6 semesters) Intake : 60

B.A. Culinary Arts Courses in Mumbai Eligibility

  • Passed Higher Secondary Education (HSC) or equivalent in any stream
  • Passed diploma in any stream of minimum two years duration from any recognized education board/university

  • BA in Culinary Arts Courses in mumbai Features:

  • The BA Culinary Arts program at the Thakur Hotel management is an exciting, hands-on program with a focus on preparing graduates for careers in the food industry and excellent program that delivers the technical skills needed to be a Top Chef.

  • Students will have the opportunity to learn about the business side of culinary arts through our co-op placement opportunities and internships.

  • Gain knowledge about the entrepreneurial skills and know how to launch their own food-based business
  • Passed diploma in any stream of minimum two years duration from any recognized education board/university

B.A. Culinary Arts Courses in mumbai Core Subjects Covered:

  • Principles of Food Production
  • Essential Culinary Arts - Indian
  • Essential Culinary Arts - International
  • Essential Bakery and Confectionery
  • Fundamentals of Food and Beverage Service
  • Restaurant and Food Service Operations
  • Food Safety and Hygiene
  • Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
  • Product Knowledge
  • Communication Skills and French
  • Culinary Math
  • Information Technology


  • Our students from BA in Culinary Arts Course would be able to take up operational and supervisory roles in areas related to food production and service. These would also include ventures where such positions lie outside the hospitality industry.