Course Summary

The entrepreneur who possesses both commercial skills and aptitude for service makes the right profile for the Hospitality Management Program.

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Language
English/Spanish
Clock Hours

60 credits
Modality
Online/Hybrid
Duration
60 weeks or 4 semesters ( 15 weeks in length each)

Program Description

The associate in hospitality management program provides courses to form a foundation in communication and personal skills while business courses develop the necessary competencies to understand management principles.

Courses like English Composition, introduction to business, macroeconomics, and microeconomics, principles of accounting, and introduction to public speaking, college algebra, and general biology provide the basis for a rounded education.

Specific courses in hospitality and food and beverage management like introduction to the hospitality industry, food and beverage management, food sanitation management and introduction to customer service, by experienced professionals, allow the student to begin a career in the hospitality industry.

What will you learn?

By the end of the programs, students at San Ignacio University will have completed the following objectives:

•Apply and reflect on knowledge and skills acquired through academic, Craft-based learning and workplace learning activities.

•Operate at supervisory level in operational departments within the hospitality industry.

•Apply contemporary systems and theories relevant to administrative and operational management tasks in hotel departments or units.

•Exhibit solid work ethics, good inter-personal communications, and cultural awareness and teamwork skills.

•Use tools for developing their career plans, setting personal goals, and developing appropriate common skills.

Program outcome:

Upon completion of the Hospitality Management Program, students will be able to:

•To interpret the fundamental principles of essential hospitality management functions,

•To demonstrate professional behavior and competencies in customer service,

•To develop a range of leadership skills and abilities such as motivating others, leading changes, and resolving conflict,

•To communicate effectively in oral and written communication,

•Write in a unified and coherent manner appropriate to the subject matter.

•Use appropriate sentence structure and vocabulary.

•Incorporate diverse cultural perspectives into business decisions.

•Recognize ethical issue.

•Identify ethical issues.

•To analyze and solve problems, using appropriate tools and technology,

•To recognize the challenges and opportunities of working effectively with people in a diverse environment

Program Objectives

The Hospitality Management program provides the necessary competencies and skills to start a career in the Hospitality Industry. It aims to provide students with a broad understanding of the operational aspects in today’s fast-paced and exciting hospitality and restaurant fields.

Admission Requirements

To complete the admissions process, the candidate must meet and submit the following requirements:

Domestic Student         

  1. A completed signed and dated admission application.
  2. Application fee $85.00 (*) made payable to San Ignacio University. (non-refundable)
  3. Copy of high school diploma and or High School Transcripts, GED (General Education Diploma), or proof of post-secondary education. All documents and educational credentials, if they are not in English and must be translated and     evaluated by companies that are members of the National Association of     Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). For a complete list of approved     evaluation services, please visit: www.naces.org  
  4. Copy of valid Government  Issued Picture Identification (upon admissions).

International Student

  1. Completed signed and dated international application form.
  2. Application fee  $85.00 (*) made payable to San Ignacio University (non-refundable)
  3. Financial statement  or certified bank letter in English demonstrating full tuition funds available, along with living expenses capability to cover a minimum of one     year (12 months) of tuition and fees, books and supplies, living and any  other necessary expenses during your studies. (Amounts must be in or converted to USD currency). A minimum of $23,000 USD
  4. Affidavit of support form if there is a sponsor and a copy of the sponsor’s ID.
  5. Copy of high school diploma and or High School Transcripts, GED (General Education Diploma), or proof of post-secondary education. All documents and educational credentials, if they are not in English and must be translated and     evaluated by companies that are members of the National Association of     Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). For a complete list of approved     evaluation services, please visit: www.naces.org
  6. If a student’s native language is not English, proficiency in English must be established  see below for policy.
  7. Copy of SEVIS /     I-901 Receipt https://www.fmjfee.com      

English Language Proficiency Requirements

The University requires all non-native English speakers to demonstrate a command of the English language that is necessary for success in college level classes taught in English. Student taking classes in Spanish are exempt from the English proficiency exams.

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