Associate in Applied Science
The Hospitality Management degree develops the leadership skills and management practices that are valued in the hospitality industry.
Please note: A student’s readiness to perform college-level coursework is based on the student's placement test and/or ACT scores. Below 1000-level coursework may be required prior to the student taking courses in the suggested sequences.
This is a typical Program Map; please meet with a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss the details.
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|ENGLI 1101||English Composition I||3|
|HOSP 1100||Introduction to the Hospitality Industry||3|
|HOSP 1111||Front Office Operations||3|
Total Credits: 13-15
If you have not done so yet this semester, it is important to make an appointment with a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss your future academic progress.
|SPEEC 1100||Fundamentals of Speech Communication||3|
|GEN ED||Physical and Life Science (with lab)||3-5|
|HOSP 1112||Hospitality Facilities Management||3|
|HOSP 1140||Quality Management of Service in the Hospitality Industry||3|
|HOSP 1151||Restaurant Service and Sales||2|
Total Credits: 14-16
|GEN ED||Social and Behavioral Science||3|
|HOSP 1121||Supervision in the Hospitality Industry||3|
|HOSP 2130||Hospitality Industry Accounting||3|
|HOSP 2230||Law for the Hospitality Industry||2|
|HOSP 2862*||Internship (Career and Technical Education)||2|
Total Credits: 16
* - course has a prerequisite
For the Hospitality Management degree, some General Education courses are already listed in the program sequence above. The following summarizes the minimum credits required in each of the specified General Education areas:
- Written: (3 credits) English 1101 or 1105
(English 1101 in the course sequence above fulfills this requirement)
- Oral: (3 credits) Speech 1100, 1120 or 1150
(Speech 1100 in the course sequence above fulfills this requirement)
- Mathematics: 3 to 5 credits
- Select a minimum of 3 credits (1000 level or above).
- Select Mathematics 1102, 1104 or 1120 only where required in the degree program. Only one from the following three courses may count toward overall degree requirement credit: Mathematics 1635, Psychology 2280 or Sociology 2205. Only one of the following courses may count toward overall degree credit: Mathematics 1428 or Mathematics 1431. (Math 1104 in program requirements fulfills this requirement)
- Physical and Life Sciences: 3 to 5 credits At least one course with a laboratory component
(Biology 1110, Biology 1151 or Chemistry 1211 in program requirements fulfills this requirement)
- Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 credits
- Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 credits
(Economics 2201 or Economics 2202 1211 in program requirements fulfills this requirement)
- Global/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills: 2 credits
- Complete at least 2 credits from the list of courses in the Global/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills Category.
Select 12 credits from any non-required course within Culinary Arts or Hospitality and Tourism. The student can choose to include an external internship in the 12 credits. (In addition to the courses listed above.)
- Engage in critical analysis and creative thinking.
- Apply the basic principles of analytical thinking and problem solving when examining hospitality management issues.
- Analyze trends and organizational data and develop business strategies for the hospitality industry.
- Collect and evaluate information to make sound decisions.
- Demonstrate the ability to integrate concepts and theories across functional business domains (e.g. Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Operations, etc.)
- Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to function effectively in a diverse and global organizational environment.
- Demonstrate proficiency in the application of selected technology.
- Synthesize core concepts in the areas of hospitality accounting, finance, human resources, marketing, operations, and quantitative methods.
- Demonstrate personal and professional standards for ethical decision making and social behavior.
- Evaluate personal and professional goals and development based on perceived strengths and potential for lifelong learning.
- Demonstrate the ability to read, listen, and clearly express themselves using written, oral, visual, and quantitative methods to communicate effectively with superiors, coworkers, customers, and members of the community.
- Demonstrate leadership, teamwork, and interpersonal skills needed for managing diverse and global hospitality operations.
Laura Lerdal, Culinary Market and Lab Coordinator, (630) 942-2359
Anna Gay, Program Support Specialist, (630) 942-2502
Jim Mulyk, Chair, Hospitality, (630) 942-6429
Arts, Communication, and Hospitality Division
McAninch Arts Center (MAC), Room 219, (630) 942-2048