The Hospitality programme started in November, 2004, with twelve (12) students for the 812/1 and three (3) students for the 812/2. The programme was started with a staff strength of three (3), but now, the department has eleven teaching staff.
To equip students adequately with the professional competencies they require for future leadership roles in the competitive local and International hospitality market through quality teaching and learning.
- To be the flagship in the professional training of tertiary students for the hospitality Industry
- To give students a practice-directed education so that they can execute professional tasks.
- To be a dynamic center for technology leading to quality vocational education in hospitality management for the nation.
- To train entry-level managers for the hospitality industry to acquire the needed competencies to work effectively within a range of professionally related contexts as individuals and in teams.
- To enhance the quality of teaching and learning and encourage creativity.
- To establish vibrant linkages with industry so that training of students continues to be relevant industry.
- To train students in acquiring entrepreneurial skills.
- To give opportunity to staff in the industry who require upgrading in the profession.
- To develop proficiency in transferable skills associated with their field of study, including self development and management, team work, communication, task management and problem solving.
- Faustina Otsyina - Head of Department
- Joseph Ahima - Examination Officer
- Joyce Quaye - Industrial Laison Co-ordinator
- Gladys Siaw-
- Lucy Souzey Agbenyeke
- Grace Aquaful
- Stellah Appiah
- Mabel Kyei
- Ebenezer Nartey
- Agnes Amissah - On Study Leave(University of Cape Coast): PhD
- John Owusu - On Study Leave(China) : PhD