Hospitality: Hotel/Restaurant Management Concentration AS Degree
The course of study in hospitality management includes instruction in hotel and restaurant operations designed to prepare students for various positions in the hospitality industry. What interests many prospective students in this field of study is the extraordinary range of management jobs available. In addition to operational management, graduates will be able to pursue careers in such areas as personnel, marketing, sales, finance, training, facilities management, conference management, and purchasing. Career progression is often very rapid, with companies offering very good financial and professional development packages in recognition of the major shortage of well qualified management graduates for what is one of the world’s largest and fastest growing industries.
This degree is approved through the California Community College Chancellor’s Office. Upon satisfactory completion of all degree requirements and filing an application for graduation with Admissions and Records, the student’s transcript will reflect completion of this degree.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this degree, the student should be able to:
- Relate customer expectations to the achievement of financial viability of the organization.
- Practice appropriate communication skills in operational and human resource management.
- Evaluate hospitality operations.
- Apply quality control systems to customer service issues.
- Apply the appropriate management/supervisory techniques to operational situations.
- BUAD 66 * Business Communications 3
- CIS 1 Computer Literacy Workshop 3
- CULA 50 Safety and Sanitation 2
- CULA 55 Food and Beverage Cost Control 2
- CULA 66 Wine with Food 2 OR CULA 73 Introduction to Wines
- HOSP 10 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 3
- HOSP 20 Hospitality Operations Management 3
- HOSP 35 Computer Applications in the Hosp. Industry 3
- HOSP 40 Human Res. Mgmt. in the Hospitality Industry 3
- HOSP 45 Restaurants, Hotels, and Lawful Management 3
- HOSP 50 Hospitality Marketing, Sales and Advertising 3
- HOSP 55 Customer Service Skills for a Multicultural Workplace 3
- HOSP 60 Hospitality and Financial Management 3
- HOSP 65 Hospitality Supervision 3
- HOSP 94 Hospitality Worksite Learning 1
*May be used to fulfill General Education requirements.
Associate in Science Degree Requirements
Additional General Education: 15
General Electives: 5
Degree Total: 60*
For reference only as of 2019/2020
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