Business Technology & Service

Hospitality Management

Students enrolled in the Hospitality Management program will receive training in management processes that pertain to the leading hospitality fields of industry. This program provides relevant and industry-driven instruction in our classrooms; we provide professional technical skills training through hands-on instruction combined with current theory. The areas of management training (all of which includes management fundamentals and ethics) are: introduction to hospitality and tourism, food and beverage, sanitation management, hotel operations management with front office management procedures, events management, human resources and supervision, marketing, hospitality accounting, and culinary lab/skills development.  

Certification of coursework is provided by the American Hotel and Lodging Association and the National Restaurant Association. 

Upon completion, the students will:

  • Demonstrate proper compliance with ServSafe Certification through National Restaurant Association
  • Understand methods and structures of food and beverage operations including restaurant, culinary, events and catering
  • Demonstrate communication skills needed in working within the hospitality industry with guests and employees
  • Demonstrate efficiency in management of hotels, resorts and the lodging industry
  • Understand security issues and concerns for safety and security of guests, property, and employees
  • Demonstrate proficiency in events (M.E.E.C- Meetings, Expositions, Events and Conventions) and planning

Possible Career Titles:

  • Lodging/Hotel Manager
  • Event Planner
  • Small Business Owner/Entrepreneur
  • Restaurant Manager