Hospitality Management

The leisure and hospitality industry that includes full-service hotels and resorts, fine-dining restaurants, bed and breakfast inns, casinos, and theme and amusement parks is growing in the college’s districtEntering this industry at mid-management or supervisory levels, you need the required skills and experience employers seek that this degree provides 

Program Outcomes

Plan the operations within a hospitality organization

Organize hospitality resources to achieve the goals of the organization 

Direct individuals and/or processes to meet organizational goals 

Control hospitality processes/procedures 

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Plan of Study Grid
Semester 1Credits
316-147 Food Service Sanitation 2
316-103 Food Service Industry and Menu Design 2
316-104 Food Quantities and Measures 1
103-107 Intermediate Excel 2
103-138 Word Documents 2
109-101 Principles of Hospitality Management 3
801-136 English Composition 1 3
 Credits15
Semester 2
104-102 Marketing Principles 3
104-135 Quality Customer Service 3
809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 3
109-102 Hospitality Event Management 3
804-118
Intermediate Algebra with Applications
or Mathematical Reasoning
4
 Credits16
Semester 3
316-125 Beverage Management 1
101-111 Accounting I 4
801-198 Speech 3
116-115 Compensation and Benefits 3
531-102 Emergency Procedure-Work Place 1
109-103 Hospitality Sales and Promotions 3
 Credits15
Semester 4
316-149 Culinary Supervision 3
103-126 Introduction to QuickBooks 1
101-112 Accounting II 4
809-198 Introduction to Psychology 3
109-104 Hospitality Cost Control 3
109-105 Hospitality Practicum 3
 Credits17
 Total Credits63