Hospitality Management Associate's

Hospitality Associate's

Because of Travel and Tourism Business are growing, the industries focussed on Hotels and Restaurants administration are bigger which means there are different paths you could take if you decide for this program, like coordinating Conventions, managing a Restaurant or Hotel, etc.

Your learning will be based on fundamental aspects in Management of Lodging and Food Services. Some required courses included would be: Methods of safety and sanitation, Accommodations Marketing, Accounting and Bookkeeping, Introduction to Hospitality, Hotel and Resort Management, Hospitality Business Laws, Fundamentals in Food and Beverage, Budgeting, Office Operations, etc.

To be prepared to get a high level inside the Hospitality industry, the most important skills learned will be: employee's supervision and management, financial transactions, customer service, inventory control, marketing strategy, etc.