Degree Programs

          A program designed to prepare you for entry or advancement in management in the growing hospitality industry. This program can also be followed by persons employed in entry-level jobs in the hospitality industry who want to advance.

          The program provides you with the basics of managing hotels and restaurants, safety and sanitation requirements, fundamentals of cost controls, and legal aspects of the hospitality industry. The course provides you with both classroom instruction and on-the-job experiences to accustom you with working in the industry.  Graduates may want to transfer to a four year college or university for advanced degrees.


Business Management     Culinary Arts     Hotel-Restaurant Management

Personnel Management     Travel and Tourism


BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
(385) ALLEGHENY, BOYCE, NORTH, SOUTH
Associate in Science (Tech Prep Option)

A program that prepares you for an entry-level position dealing with business principles, procedures and problems. Graduates may qualify for a training program in business, industry or government. Graduates may find jobs in marketing, finance, personnel or administrative areas of business.

This program can also be followed by persons employed in entry-level management positions who want to advance by developing managerial skills in planning, motivating, organizing and controlling resources. Students enrolled in this program may earn cooperative education credits. For more information, contact the program faculty.

Degree Requirements

    Required Credits
    ACC104 Financial Accounting 4
    ACC203 Managerial Accounting 4
    BUS101 Introduction to Business 3
    BUS103 Principles of Management 3
    BUS104 Principles of Marketing 3
    BUS251 Business Law 1 3
    CIT100 Introduction to Computers 3
    ECO102 Macroeconomics 3
    ENG101 English Composition 1 3
    ENG102 English Composition 2 3
    SPH101 Oral Communications 3
    Restricted Electives
    BUS Business Courses* 9
    Mathematics Elective 3-4
    Science Elective 3-4
    Social Science Elective 3-4
    Select one (1) of the following:
    ACC110 Accounting Applications 3
    ACC120 Computer Appl. in Accounting 3
    CIT140 Microcomputer Applications
    and Information Resources 4
    General Electives 6
    Minimum Credits to Graduate 62-66

*These courses must be BUS alpha code

CULINARY ARTS
(670) ALLEGHENY
Associate in Applied Science

This culinary arts non-apprenticeship curriculum is planned to meet the increasing employment needs in the 21st century for trained chefs and culinary experts. The program includes classroom and food laboratory experiences and requires students to complete an externship I with a minimum of 300 hours. This program accommodates both part and full-time students. Students are expected to be well groomed in compliance with standards of sanitation. Students will be required to provide medical proof of good physical health. Uniforms will be required for all lab classes.

Degree Requirements

    Required Credits
    BIO100 Life Sciences 3
    CLR100 Introduction to Food Service 3
    CLR102 Food and Beverage Service 3
    CLR105 Supervision and Training 3
    CLR110 Applied Food Service Sanitation
    & Safety 3
    CLR117 Applied Science of Culinary
    Arts Theory 3
    CLR118 Applied Science of Culinary
    Arts Practice 3
    CLR119 Elements of Nutrition 3
    CLR201 Baking 1 3
    CLR202 Food Service Specialities
    Garde Manger 1 3
    CLR203 Food Service Specialities
    Garde Manger 2 3
    CLR205 Purchasing Procedures 3
    CLR210 Baking 2 3
    CLR211 Menu Design 3
    CLR220 Applied Food Service Production 3
    CLR228 Advanced Food Preparation 3
    CLR230 Culinary Arts Externship 4
    ENG101 English Composition 1 3
    MAT195 Business Mathematics 3
    PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3
    SPH101 Oral Communications 3
    Restricted Elective
    ENG102 English Composition 2 3
    OR
    ENG103 Technical Communication 3
    Minimum Credits to Graduate 64

 

HOTEL-RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
(405) BOYCE, NORTH
Associate in Science

A program designed to prepare you for entry or advancement in management in the growing hospitality industry. This program can also be followed by persons employed in entry-level jobs in the hospitality industry who want to advance.

The program provides you with the basics of managing hotels and restaurants, safety and sanitation requirements, fundamentals of cost controls, and legal aspects of the hospitality industry. The courses provides you with both classroom instruction and on-the-job experiences to accustom you with working in the industry. Graduates may want to transfer to a four-year college or university for advanced degrees.

Degree Requirements

    Required Credits
    ACC100 Introduction to Accounting 3
    CIT100 Introduction to Computers 3
    ENG101 English Composition 1 3
    ENG102 English Composition 2 3
    HOA101 Introduction to Hospitality Management 3
    HOA102 Food Service 1 3
    HOA103 Hotel-Motel Housekeeping 3
    HOA105 Supervision and Training 3
    HOA108 Safety and Sanitation 3
    HOA109 Food and Beverage Service/Menu Design 3
    HOA110 Hospitality Control Systems 3
    HOA120 Hospitality Law 3
    HOA155 Hospitality Seminar 1 3
    HOA201 Hotel-Motel Front Office Procedures 3
    HOA203 Hotel-Motel Sales & Promotions 3
    HOA204 Hospitality Automated Systems 3
    HOA225 Quantity Foods Production 3
    HOA255 Hospitality Seminar 2 3
    MAT195 Business Mathematics 3
    SPH101 Oral Communications 3
    Restricted Electives
    BIO117 Nutrition 3
    OR
    BIO140 Food Microbiology 3
    Social Science Elective 3
    Minimum Credits to Graduate 66

 

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
(399) ALLEGHENY, NORTH, SOUTH
Associate in Science (Tech Prep Option)

A program that prepares you for an entry-level position in management and personnel administration. Graduates may pursue a Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management at colleges offering this specialized curriculum.

Degree Requirements

    Required Credits
    ACC104 Financial Accounting 4
    ACC203 Managerial Accounting 4
    BUS101 Introduction to Business 3
    BUS103 Principles of Management 3
    BUS201 Human Resource Management 3
    BUS204 Labor Relations 3
    ECO102 Macroeconomics 3
    ECO103 Microeconomics 3
    ENG101 English Composition 1 3
    ENG102 English Composition 2 3
    MAT108 Intermediate Algebra 4
    MAT165 Probability & Statistics 1 4
    PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3
    PSY211 Applied Psychology 3
    PSY290 Research Methods & Applications 3
    Restricted Electives
    Business Elective 3
    CIT Computer Information
       Technology Elective 3-4
    Humanities Elective 3
    Science Elective 3-4
    Social Science Elective 3
    Minimum Credits to Graduate 64-66

 

TRAVEL AND TOURISM
(423) NORTH
Associate in Science (Tech Prep Option)

This comprehensive course leads to thorough travel career preparation, as well as a well-rounded education. Basic business skills are emphasized, and field trips and guest speakers highlight the program. Through specialized computer courses and extensive Destination Training courses, students become highly skilled professionals, prepared for positions with travel agencies, resorts/hotels, tour operators and all other travel-related fields.

Degree Requirements

    Required Credits
    ACC100 Introduction to Accounting 3
    AOP105 Business Correspondence 3
    ENG101 English Composition 1 3
    ENG102 English Composition 2 3
    GGY110 Weather & Man 3
    MAT195 Business Mathematics 3
    PSY107 Human Relations 3
    SPH101 Oral Communication 3
    TRV101 Travel and Tourism 1 3
    TRV102 Travel and Tourism 2 3
    TRV103 Destinations I-North America 3
    TRV104 Destinations II-South & Central
    America, Caribbean 3
    TRV201 Travel and Tourism 3 3
    TRV202 Travel and Tourism 4 3
    TRV203 Destinations III-Europe & Africa 3
    TRV204 Destinations IV - Asia, Hawaii,
    South Pacific 3
    TRV210 Basic Automated Reservations
    & Ticketing 3
    TRV230 Intermediate Automated
    Reservations & Ticketing 3
    TRV280 Travel Industry Practicum 3
    Restricted Electives
    AOP100 Computer Keyboarding 3
    OR
    AOP151 Word Processing (WordPerfect) 3
    Select two (2) Foreign Language courses* 6
    OR
    Select one (1) from the following:
    BUS212 Principles of Selling 3
    BUS240 Small Business Management 3
    HOA101 Intro. to Hospitality Management 3
    Minimum Credits to Graduate 63-66

*The selection of a foreign language will depend on future career plans of the student.

 


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