The two-year Hotel and Restaurant Management Technology Program is designed to provide students with specialized occupational instruction in all phases of restaurant, hotel and institutional hospitality operations.
This program meets the needs of entering students who want to develop the skills required for entry jobs at the mid-management level in the hospitality industry and individuals already employed in the industry who need additional competence for possible advancement.
This practical program integrates classroom theory through college practice. Phases of food preparation and handling are covered, as well as aspects of the common practices and management principles of the hospitality industry.
|Hotels||Motels||Bed & Breakfast|
|Hospitals||Bed & Breakfast||Clubs|
|Cruise Ships||Theme Parks||Catering|
Any place involving food & beverage and/or overnight accommodations.
Average salaries for beginning mid-level management positions range from $18,000 to $25,000. Earnings will vary according to place of employment, job responsibilities, abilities and experience.