Course Details

Bachelor of Spa Management (Hons)

Management and Science University (MSU)




  • Description

    Understanding the managerial aspects of running a spa is integral to working in a spa or owning one. MSU's Bachelor in Spa Management programme will provide you with an expansive understanding of the spa business and industry. Our curriculum teaches you not only the basic and contemporary treatments and therapies but also the business and managing aspects of the business. You will be trained at our on campus spa by our lecturers, who are industry practitioners. A practical experience towards the end of your studies ensures you are well equipped to pursue a professional career in spa management.

    Field of Study

    Personal Services (Life Science, Physical Science, Applied Science) 

    Duration (Years)


    Course Fees

    RM 68,460 (USD 16,430.4)

    MQA No.


    Degree Type

    Internal Degree

  • Intake (Month)

    February, July, September

Entry Requirements


    You will need a Credit in Bahasa Malaysia II at SPM level and THREE (3) C’s at STPM level including Pengajian Am (General Studies) or TWO (2) C’s including Pengajian Am (General Studies) plus TWO (2) D’s

  • A-Level

     THREE (3) A-levels

  • Certificate/Foundation

    an MSU Foundation Certificate 

  • Diploma

    OR MSU/PTPL Diploma

  • Other

    Any other equivalent qualification recognized by MSU Senate

  • English Requirements

    Refer to the university

Programme Structure

  • Year 1

    Introduction to Spa Therapies

    Principles and Practices of Spa

    Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology for Spa

    Customer Services in Hospitality

  • Year 2

    Health and Wellness Tourism

    Spa Operation Management

    Spa Planning and Design

    Legal Aspects In Hospitality and Tourism

  • Year 3

    Current Issues in Spa Treatments Industries

    Strategic Management for Spa

    Industrial Training

Additional Information

  • Fees
    RM 68,460 (USD 16,430.4)

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