Associate of Applied Science in
A.A.S. In Hospitality Management St. Philip's College
The Hospitality Management program emphasizes the management skills needed for individuals wanting to advance as management team members in the lodging and food industries. Special attention is given to background studies in economics and accounting, which complements the operations-level studies in restaurant and lodging operations.
The competencies needed to be successfully employed in the hospitality management industry.
What can I do with this course of study?
Students earning a degree in Hospitality Management can explore career options across the industry. Opportunities exist in Lodging, Restaurants, Managed Services, Airlines, Cruise Ships, Theme Parks/Attractions, Gaming, Special Events, Car Rental, Rail, and Clubs.
Some of the well-prepared graduate roles include General Manager, Director of Sales and Marketing, Director of Operations, Sales Manager, and Theme Park Manager.