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2023-2024 Catalog 
2023-2024 Catalog

Hospitality and Tourism, C.A.S.

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Major Code: 321

The certificate will prepare students for entry level positions in the hospitality industry.   Completion of this certificate provides the skills needed to meet personal and professional goals in the chosen hospitality field. Students will need to complete a field experience as part of this program.

Graduates can expect obtain employment positions as assistant restaurant food service, assistant hotel managers, conference planners and managers in areas related to travel and tourism.

Hospitality CAS Program Outcomes

  • Identify and compare various components of the hospitality industry and specify the career challenges and trends.
  • Understand the basic workings of a manger in the hospitality industry.
  • Understand the relationship between cost and revenue and how to be prepared for unique challenges in the industry.
  • Explain governmental regulations and laws on the local, state, and federal level.   How do they impact hospitality directly and indirectly.  
  • Apply communication skills through discussion of sales promotion, advertising, and public relations policies by researching behavior of the hospitality industry.  

CIP Code: 520904

Total Credits 30

IMPORTANT GRADUATION INFORMATION: ORNT 090 is a graduation requirement.  See your advisor to determine if you have met this requirement.


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