Delivering high quality guest services is the backbone of the travel and tourism industry. The Hospitality Management Program prepares students for exciting careers in a variety of areas such as hotels, resorts, cruise lines, and more.
Many colleges and universities with hotel and restaurant management programs, including Fairleigh Dickinson University, NYU, Montclair State University, Stockton University and Widener University, The Culinary Institute of America, Johnson & Wales, as well as other schools, will apply the courses taken toward a bachelor’s degree.
Graduates of the program will be able to:
- Apply the necessary practical and theoretical skills to perform supervisory, educational, and training functions in the hotel industry.
- Identify and discuss current trends in the hotel industry and apply to business operations.
- Use current technologies for information as well as oral and written communication activities in the hotel industry.
- Perform safety and sanitation activities as outlined by the National Restaurant Association ServSafe® Program.
- Perform in a supervisory capacity for both the front and back of the house operations of a hotel. Demonstrate ethical & professional practices.
Algebra I is a prerequisite for all majors. Algebra I competency may be verified with a passing score on the College’s placement test or by completion of the appropriate course.