About this program
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Hospitality Management (Hotel Operations Management)
Emphasis is placed on the techniques and technology of the hospitality industry from a management point of view. Graduates of this 60 credit-hour curriculum will be qualified to assume positions as production supervisors, management trainees and small unit managers. Upon successful completion of approved hospitality management courses, students may be granted a Certificate of Completion and a Management Development Diploma from the Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association. Upon successful completion of approved hospitality management courses, students may be awarded a certificate from the Educational Institute of the American Hotel and Motel Association.
For more information about admission requirements for this program, please visit the college's website.
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- Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
- Food Standards and Sanitation
- Menu Planning
- Introduction to Psychology
- Fundamentals of Nutrition
- Business Writing
- Introduction to Food Prep/Production
- Front Office Operations
- Computer and Digital Literacy
- Dining Room Operations
- Hospitality Facility Maintenance
- Hospitality Supervision
- Hospitality Promotions
- Purchasing and Storage
- Seminar and Internship
- Hospitality Operations Analysis
- Hospitality Law and Risk Management
- AAS General Education elective
Scholarships & funding
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Students who successfully complete the Hotel Operations Management program will be able to:
- Apply basic business concepts used within the hospitality and lodging field.
- Exhibit professional behavior and actions appropriate for the hospitality and lodging industry.
- Recognize and apply sales and marketing concepts leading to quality customer service.
- demonstrate basic food and beverage management and safety skills.
- demonstrate quality supervisory and people skills.
- understand the importance of good organizational and departmental communication within a traditional hospitality or lodging entity.
About this institute
Harper College, one of the United States’ premier community colleges, is located in the northwest suburbs just 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Chicago, Illinois. Harper offers more than 50 fields of study and more than 450 popular general education...
Why study at Harper College
We build a community for our students by providing events and services that promote participation in the collegiate experience.
Many of our classes have smaller class sizes (less than 30 students) than our 4-year counterparts, so our students have more personalized interactions with their instructors.
Harper has a robust transfer program, with several different options for transferring credits to four-year universities in the US. These include transfer-ready programs, dual degree programs, and 2+2 agreements with universities.
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