The Hospitality Foundation Certificate will prepare students to enter the hospitality field in an entry level position. The Certificate will allow those currently employed in the hospitality industry to further their careers with knowledge gained in the Foundation Certificate program. Hospitality industry employment opportunities exist in hotel and lodging, restaurants and food service, wineries, clubs, and theme parks.
To create a Certificate of Achievement based on the state Model Curriculum and that aligns with non-credit mirrored courses.
Six required core classes: One Culinary class. Four Hospitality classes. And a choice of Hospitality Law or Business Law.
(Y1 or S1)
|CUL 215||FOOD SAFETY AND SANITATION||2|
|HOSP 200||INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY||3|
|HOSP 230||INTRODUCTION TO FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT||3|
|HOSP 250||INTRODUCTION TO HOTEL MANAGEMENT||3|
|HOSP 270||HOSPITALITY COST CONTROL||3|
|HOSP 225 or ||HOSPITALITY LAW or ||3|
|BUS 218||BUSINESS LAW||4|
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Votes were certified on 08/16/19
Robert Cabral · 07/25/19
Alan Price · 07/26/19
Margaret Lau · 07/26/19
Laureano Flores · 07/26/19
Harriett Happel · 07/29/19
John Cascamo · 07/30/19
Debbie Newcomb · 07/30/19