Maybe you have experience in the hotel, beverage management, or restaurant industry and now you’re thinking about making it a career as a hospitality professional. Whether your future is in restaurant hospitality or in hotel management hospitality, make your move with a hotel and restaurant management degree program from Bryant & Stratton College.
Our 60-credit-hour associate degree in Restaurant and Hotel Management is designed to help students develop a strong foundation in key hospitality management functions to prepare for roles with hotels, country clubs, resorts, sports venues, casinos, travel and tourism, and even the food and beverage industry, to name a few.
The Restaurant and Hotel Management associate degree program offers undergraduate coursework in human resources, marketing, sales, and finance, along with an understanding of key fundamental hospitality practices and principles. Students of this associate degree program not only gain the education necessary to begin a career in the hospitality field, but have the opportunity to pursue additional educational opportunities in the hospitality or business management fields, including the general management bachelor’s degree program at Bryant & Stratton College.
Courses in the Restaurant and Hotel Management associate degree program are also offered at the Amherst campus. To learn more please contact an admissions representative.
Coursework for the Restaurant and Hotel Management associate degree program will provide students with the ability to:
- Recognize the significant core concepts in the areas of hospitality services, planning, accounting, human resources, marketing, and operations.
- Classify the entities, facets, and professions that comprise the hospitality industry.
- Compare and contrast management principles and behaviors used in making hospitality-related decisions.
- Relate social, interpersonal, legal, and ethical issues when making hospitality management decisions.
- Recommend solutions to hospitality-related situations through the examination of restaurant, hotel operations, and event-planning scenarios.