Hospitality Operations Certificate of Achievement

Code: COA.HOSP.OPR

This program will serve as the introduction to Hospitality Operations in the various management settings available in the Hospitality Industry.  Students who earn the Certificate of Achievement will be able to apply the credits earned, if they so choose, to the 36 credit Hospitality Management Certificate Program and to the AAS degree options available in the Hotel/Restaurant Management discipline.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the basic components of the Hospitality Industry.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the regulations and standards that concern the hospitality industry.
  • Evaluate methods to maintain quality and cost effective measures.
  • Assist managers in cafeteria and table-service kitchens and dining rooms.
  • Evaluate methods to maintain quality and cost effective measures.

First Semester

BUS-101Introduction to Business

3

HRM-101Introduction to Hospitality Management

3

HRM-104Front Office Procedures

2

HRM-108Computer Applications for the Hospitality Industry

1

Total Credit Hours:9

Second Semester

BUS-205Entrepreneurship

3

HRM-203Beverage Management

2

HRM-205Restaurant Service Management

3

HRM-207Hotel Sales and Convention Planning

1

Total Credit Hours:9

Total Credit Hours: 18

Specific Program Notes

This program will serve as the Introduction to Hospitality Operations in the various management settings available in the Hospitality Industry. Student who earn this Certificate of Achievement will be able to apply the credits, if they so choose, to the 36-credit Culinary Arts Certificate Program and To any of the degree curriculum options available in the Hotel/Restaurant/Hospitality Department.

Since HRM-101 Introduction to Hospitality Management is a prerequisite for the 200-level HRM courses and BUS-101 Introduction to Business is a prerequisite for BUS-205, students WILL NOT complete this program in one semester.

Students enrolled in this program ARE NOT REQUIRED to successfully complete a course in basic algebra if indicated by Placement Testing.