The modern resort must meet the needs of the vacationing guest by offering retail shops, guest activity programming, and a complete spa experience. This certificate provides students the opportunity to learn the nuances of this specialized area within hospitality management.
This certificate requires a minimum of 26 credits in the courses listed below. Please meet with a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss the details.
Consider joining or visiting with a professional, cultural or interest-based Student Club. If you have any questions about the certificate requirements, please contact a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss the details.
|HOSP 1100||Introduction to the Hospitality Industry||3|
|HOSP 1105||Introduction to Resort Management||3|
|HOSP 1111||Front Office Operations||3|
|HOSP 1112||Hospitality Facilities Management.||3|
|HOSP 1121||Supervision in the Hospitality Industry||3|
|HOSP 2105||Spa and Recreation Management||3|
|HOSP 2280||Hospitality Marketing Management||3|
|HOSP 2862||Internship (Career and Technical Education)||2|
|HOSP 2863||Internship (Career and Technical Education)||3|
Total Credits: 26
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