Hospitality Management

Associates of Science

The Hospitality Management degree provides students with a foundation in the foodservice management or hotel management. Students can tailor the program to their interests with a choice of options.

Two degree options exist:

Foodservice Management  Learn More»

Foodservice is the second largest retail industry in the nation, employing more people in more businesses than any other retail industry.  The demand for qualifed personnel is much greater than the supply.  Career opportunities abound in restaurants, hotels, resorts, clubs, conferfence centers, air and cruise lines, schools and colleges, and health care.

Hotel Management  Learn More»

The nation’s dynamic lodging industry generates over $100 billion in yearly sales, employs over 2 million people and creates 100,000 new jobs each year.  Demand for managerial personnel is projected to increase by up to 20-27 percent by the year 2008. A wide variety of career opportunities exist in convention, resort, luxury and motor hotels as well as in new lodging concepts such as all-suite hotels, bed-and-breakfast inns and geriatric care facilities.

Program Coordinator
Karen Rotella
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