Associate of Arts in Hospitality Management

Associate of Arts in Hospitality Management

Program Description

General education courses provide a foundation in communication and personal skills while business courses develop the necessary competencies to understand management principles. Specific courses in Hospitality and Food and Beverage management allow the student to begin a career in the Hospitality industry.

Program Objective

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. 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 the 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.

 

Courses: 
English Composition I
3 credits,
Introduction to Public Speaking
3 credits,
Environmental Science
3 credits,
College Algebra
3 credits,
Introduction to Ethics
3 credits,
English Composition II
3 credits,
Western Civilization I
3 credits,
General Biology
3 credits,
Total Wellness
3 credits,
Statistics
3 credits,
American Literature
3 credits,
Principles of Microeconomics
3 credits,
Introduction to Business
3 credits,
Principles of Accounting I
3 credits,
Introduction to Hospitality Industry
3 credits,
Principles of Macroeconomics
3 credits,
Food and Beverage Management
3 credits,
Food Sanitation Management
3 credits,
Culinary Skills
3 credits,
Introduction to Customer Service
3 credits,

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