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You’ve always wanted an exciting and fast-paced career that will allow you great flexibility and choice of employment. The AAS Hospitality Management – Hotel Restaurant option will prepare you for entry-level operations, management, or supervisory positions in any type of food service business, including restaurants, bars, hotels, resorts, and much more. Learn how to motivate people and to drive them towards one goal-customer satisfaction. Enjoy small and affordable classes that are local and easily accessible. Start working on your career now!
The AAS in Hospitality Management-Hotel and Restaurant Management option provides students with operational and supervisory skills in sales and marketing, cost controls, and planning appropriate for entry-level career employment. The focus will be on current topics within the Hotel and Restaurant industries and may include the emerging sub-fields of Spa Management, Casino and Resort Management, and Legal Issues specific to hotels and restaurants. The program will also offer a variety of practical hands-on experiences across the range of activities within the hotel and restaurant industries.
Complete the following groups:
|ENG-101 College Composition I|
|ENG-102 College Composition II|
Complete the following course:
|CSC-100 Intro to Computers and Computing|
Complete the following groups:
ONE DIVERSITY ELECTIVE
Complete 2 Social Science or Humanities Elective.
|CSS-100 College Student Success|
Complete the following courses:
|ACC-121 Principles of Accounting I|
|HMT-116 Restaurant Operations Management I|
|CAI-223 Food, Beverage, and Labor Cost Control|
|HMT-104 Culinary for Hospitality|
|HMT-110 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry|
|MAN-121 Principles of Management|
|HMT-112 Introduction to Travel and Tourism|
|HMT-210 Hospitality and Travel Law|
|HMT-216 Restaurant Operations Management II|
|HMT-204 Fundamentals of Wine and Food|
|HMT-121 Hotel Practicum|
|CAI-225 Externship III|
Complete 2 Restricted Program Electives: ACC-221 ACC-211 BUS-230 CAI-115 CAI-121 ECO-202 HMT-111 HMT-115 HMT-202 HMT-217 MAN-221 MAT-100 MAT-103 MAT-114;
|ACC-221 Principles of Accounting II|
|ACC-211 Computerized Accounting|
|BUS-230 Business Law|
|CAI-115 Food Sanitation and Culinary Principles|
|CAI-121 Product Identification and Purchasing|
|ECO-202 Principles of Microeconomics|
|HMT-111 Introduction to Entrepreneurship|
|HMT-115 The Urban Entrepreneur|
|HMT-202 Innovation, Creativity and Marketing|
|MAT-100 College Algebra|
|MAT-103 Business Mathematics|
|MAT-114 Introduction Probabilities and Statistics|
We are the only community college in New Jersey that offers a hospitality lab and full hotel room. You will learn about customer service for front office operations, managing hotel guests, and wine selections.
All of our AAS Hospitality Management programs are transferable to Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) and Florida International University (FIU).
Career options with median hourly wages within a five-mile radius of Hudson County.