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Program Overview
Step into a world of real possibility. The Hospitality Management 200 course provides the crucial link between academia and the fascinating global hospitality industry. Our courses will prepare you for entry-level and hospitality management positions, as well as specific technical and supervisory job skills employers demand.
Learning Objectives
Upon completion, students will master the management and operational skills that make hospitality and F&B properties thrive.
Career Opportunities

Your new skills open the door to a host of exciting entry-level positions including:

Banquet Server, Cocktail Server, Food & Beverage Server, Room Service Server, Bartender, Cafe Barista, Greeter, Host/Hostess, Bell Hop, Hotel Receptionist, Concierge, Front Desk Agent, Housekeeping Cleaner, Building Maintenance, Transportation Ticket Agent, Reservation Agent, Travel Clerk, Tour Guide, Cruise Ship personnel. Entry level Managerial to Mid-Management Positions: Dining Room Supervisor, Shift Supervisors, Hospitality Coordinator, Catering Coordinator and Hotel/Motel Assistant Manager.

Graduation Requirements
Courses
LODGING & HOTEL INDUSTRY
MANAGING SERVICE IN FOOD & BEVERAGE
SUPERVISION FOR HOSPITALITY
MANAGING FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS
MANAGING HOUSEKEEPING OPERATIONS
ACCOUNTING FOR HOSPITALITY
HOSPITALITY SALES AND MARKETING
PLANNING & CONTROL IN FOOD & BEVERAGE
evaluation
A passing grade of 60% consisting of Final Exam, Midterm Project, Group Presentation, Quizzes and Assignments

All programs delivered at SELC are PTIB approved unless otherwise noted.

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
48 weeks
(Classroom Instruction 480 hrs) (Co-op 480 hrs)
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