Hospitality Management A.S. Degree

This program is designed to be easily transferable.  It is designed for students seeking a management position in the hospitality industry – which encompasses restaurants, hotels, event planning, theme parks, beach clubs, golf clubs, resorts, cruise lines, casinos, sports teams and more. Download the brochure here

Graduates of this program will be able to:


Degree Requirements:

General Education – 32-22 credits:

The following General Education courses are required:

  • ENGL121 – English Composition: The Writing Process – Credits: 3
  • ENGL122 – English Composition: Writing and Research – Credits: 3
  • MATH131 – Statistics – Credits: 4
  • ENVR107 – Environmental Science – Credits: 4
  • COMP129 – Information Technology – Credits: 3
  • HUMANITIES  – any General Education foreign language course – Credits: 3-4
  • Any General Education HISTORY Course – Credits: 3
  • ECON106 – Micro Economics – Credits: 3
  • PSYC106 – Introduction to Psychology II: Personality & Social Aspects – Credits: 3
  • SPCH115 – Public Speaking – Credits: 3

Career Studies: 24 credits as follows:

  • HOSP105 – Introduction to Hospitality Management – Credits: 3
  • HOSP115 – Menu Planning and Food Safety – Credits: 3
  • HOSP215 – Food and Beverage Management – Credits: 3
  • HOSP225 – Hotel and Operations Management – Credits: 3
  • HOSP235 – Catering and Event Planning – Credits: 3
  • HOSP245 – Travel and Tourism – Credits: 3
  • HOSP299 – Hospitality Internship – Credits: 3

Career Studies: 6 credits from among the following:

  • ACCT101 – Principles of Accounting I – Credits: 3
  • ACCT102 – Principles of Accounting II – Credits: 3
  • BUSI221 – Business Law I – Credits: 3
  • BUSI222 – Business Law II – Credits: 3
  • ECON105 – Macro Economics – Credits: 3
  • HOSP130 – Introduction to Sports Management – Credits: 3
  • HOSP295 – Special Project Hospitality – Credits: 1-3
  • HESC115 – Nutrition and Health – Credits: 3
  • MRKT101 – Introduction to Marketing – Credits: 3
  • MRKT115 – Social Media Marketing – Credits: 3

Total credits required for degree: 60

Program Code for registration: HOSPM

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Suggested Sequence – Hospitality Management A.S. Degree

The following is an example of how this degree can be completed in two years. The sequence is based on satisfaction of all Foundational Studies requirements and prerequisites and presumes a Fall Term start date. An individual’s program may vary depending on transfer institution, career objectives, or individual needs. See a counselor for other options and to monitor your progress.
Semester 1 – Fall Term
HOSP105 – Introduction to Hospitality Management Credits: 3
HOSP115 – Menu Planning and Food Safety Credits: 3
ENGL121 – English Composition: The Writing Process Credits: 3
COMP129 – Information Technology Credits: 3
PSYC106 – Introduction to Psychology II: Personality & Social Aspects Credits: 3
Total credits: 15
Semester 2 – Spring Term
HOSP215 – Food and Beverage Management Credits: 3
HOSP225 – Hotel and Operations Management Credits: 3
ENGL122 – English Composition: Writing and Research Credits: 3
Career Studies Credits: 3
Humanities – any General Education foreign language course Credits: 3-4
Total credits: 15-16
Semester 3 – Fall Term
HOSP235 – Catering and Event Planning Credits: 3
Career Studies Credits: 3
MATH131 – Statistics Credits: 4
SPCH115 – Public Speaking Credits: 3
Any General Education History Course Credits: 3
Total credits: 16
Semester 4 – Spring Term
HOSP245 – Travel and Tourism Credits: 3
HOSP299 – Hospitality Internship Credits: 3
ENVR107 – Environmental Science Credits: 4
ECON106 – Micro Economics Credits: 3
Elective – Credits: 0-1
Total credits: 13-14
Transfer Information
For information on transferring to a four-year college or institution visit the Transfer Resources website.