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BE THE LEADER IN THE ROOM

LEARN HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY MANAGE A RESTAURANT OR HOTEL.

HOTEL & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE AND CERTIFICATES

The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management is designed to prepare the graduate for mid-level management positions in a variety of settings within the hospitality industry. The general education prerequisites are designed to encourage students to develop critical and creative thinking, computation, communication skills, and basic technical skills utilized in the hospitality industry.

The unique condensed curriculum is offered in the off-season months of Oct/Nov and Apr/May, and is intended to provide practical skills essential for a successful career in the hospitality industry. The extensive seasonal internships provided by Jackson resorts in the winter and summer months are designed to offer training in hospitality management in order to provide career paths for graduates.

Applicants must meet the general admission requirements of Central Wyoming College. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the Hotel and Restaurant Management program; application to the program is a separate objective process. Admission for all students is dependent upon available space and resources. The application deadline is March 1 of each year for admission in the fall semester.

To be a successful employee in the hospitality industry, an individual must have a passion for exceptional customer service, be dependable, and enjoy working in a team environment. An individual choosing a career in the hospitality industry must display a positive attitude toward the profession and customers, possess excellent physical and mental stamina, and be dedicated to quality.

Course Number Course Credits
BADM 1005Business Math I3
BADM 1020Business Communications3
CMAP 1200Computer Information Systems3
  
COMM 2130Human Relations3
OR 
MGT 2130Human Relations3
  
CPED 1000Co-Op Work Experience I:3
CPED 2000Co-Op Work Experience II3
CULA 1145Introduction to Culinary Nutrition2
CULA 1515Basic Culinary Skills3
  
ECON 1010Macroeconomics3
OR 
ECON 1020Microeconomics3
  
HRM 1501Lodging Management / Front Office Procedures3
HRM 1505Sanitation3
HRM 1510Dining Rooms Management and Food Del3
HRM 1515Planning and Control Food and Beverage Ops3
HRM 2506Sales & Marketing / Hospitality Industry3
HRM 2515Human Resource Management/Hospitality3
HRM 2525Wine Production, Service and Appreciation3
Student must choose three (3) credits from the following approved list of courses:
Course Number Course Credits
HRM 1500Intro to the Hospitality Industry3
HRM 2500Quantity Food Purchasing3
HRM 2530Beverage Management3
Writing Level I (WR1) 3 credits
American & Wyoming Government (POLS 1000) 3 credits
MATH/APPM/LSCI (in program)
Student must complete six (6) credits of general education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas, one of which is either WR2 or ORAL.
ARTS/HUM/IT/ORAL/SOC/WR2 (in program)
UNST 1 credits

Total Credit Hours: 60

CERTIFICATE

The Hotel and Restaurant Management certificate program prepares students for entry-level management positions in a variety of settings within the hospitality industry. The general education prerequisites are designed to encourage students to develop critical and creative thinking, computation, communication skills, and basic technical skills utilized in the hospitality industry. The unique condensed curriculum is offered in the off-season months of Oct/Nov and Apr/May, and is intended to provide practical skills essential for a successful career in the hospitality industry. The extensive seasonal internships provided by Jackson resorts in the winter and summer months are designed to offer training in hospitality management in order to provide career paths for graduates.

Applicants must meet the general admission requirements of Central Wyoming College. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the Hotel and Restaurant Management program; application to the program is a separate objective process. Admission for all students is dependent upon available space and resources. The application deadline is March 1 of each year for admission in the fall semester.

To be a successful employee in the hospitality industry, an individual must have a passion for exceptional customer service, be dependable, and enjoy working in a team environment. An individual choosing a career in the hospitality industry must display a positive attitude toward the profession and customers, possess excellent physical and mental stamina, and be dedicated to quality.

 

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Course Number Course Credits
ENGL 1010English Composition I3
  
BADM 1005Business Math I3
OR 
MATH 1000Problem Solving3
  
BADM 1020Business Communications3
OR 
ENGL 1020English Composition II3
  
COMM 2130Human Relations3
OR 
MGT 2130Human Relations3
  
CPED 1000Co-Op Work Experience I:3
CULA 1515Basic Culinary Skills3
HRM 1505Sanitation3
HRM 1510Dining Rooms Management and Food Del3
HRM 1515Planning and Control Food and Beverage Ops3
POLS 1000American and Wyoming Government3

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Writing Level I (WR1)/ORAL(in program)

MATH/APPM/LSCI

(in program)
UNST1 credits
Total Credit Hours: 31

This certificate prepares the student for entry level positions within the hospitality industry. In addition to an overview of the industry the selected curriculum is designed to offer students insight into the two major aspects of hospitality; the restaurant and hotel experiences. The student completing this certificate will have exposure to the importance of customer service, professionalism and working well with others in the hospitality industry.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Course Number Course Credits
CULA 1145Introduction to Culinary Nutrition2
HRM 1500Intro to the Hospitality Industry3
HRM 1501Lodging Management / Front Office Procedures3
HRM 1505Sanitation3
HRM 1510Dining Rooms Management and Food Del3

Total Credit Hours: 14