Hotel / Restaurant Management

Do you see yourself working in the midst of a bustling metropolitan hotel? Will you be planning parties and catered events in some of the best restaurants, hotels or catering venues?

Interested in this program?

Why should I choose this program?

Begin your journey or energize your career with a Hospitality Management credential and get on track to exceed your guests’ expectations. As an associate, lead, assistant manager or general manager, you have the opportunity to use your energy, attention to detail and refined manners in places like hotels, restaurants, bistros, casinos, resorts and destinations.

Start today with a skills certificate and Serv-Safe food safety certification, complete an associate degree and then finish with the Bachelor of Science degree, all at HFC without the hassle of transfer, loss of credits, travel or paid parking associated with other more costly education and training options.

What skills will I learn and improve?

  • Develop skills in the areas of front office and concierge, facilities maintenance and design, and marketing of hotels and hospitality operations;
  • Learn the basics of cooking, nutrition, menu development, food safety and cost control;
  • Practice business and communications skills by participating in the operations of a full-service restaurant, quick service café and campus catering operations;
  • Serve multi-course meals and beverages in the Fifty-One-O-One student-run restaurant;
  • Manage guest relations, serve wine & beer, perform table-side cooking; and
  • Gain on-the-job experience and put your knowledge into action with a paid internship at one of many local employers, including gourmet markets, restaurants, hotels, destinations, casinos, and catering venues.

What are my career opportunities?

Median Salary

You may work in a variety of settings, including:

  • Full-Service Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Event Planning
  • Non-Commercial Food Service
  • Facilities Management
  • Limited Service Hotels
  • Food Sales & Marketing
  • Corporate Travel
  • Event & Hotel Sales

Program features and benefits

  • Host and cater events

    As a student, you'll have the opportunity to host and cater events on-campus.

  • Valuable Industry Experience

    You'll have the option to intern at leading restaurants, hotels, and venues to gain real-world skills.

  • Newly-renovated facilities

    The Fifty-One O One student-run restaurant has recently undergone new renovations to make it a state-of-the-art learning facility.

Stack Your Certificates & Degrees

Hotel and Hotel Services Major

Restaurant Major

ACF and ACFEFAC accreditation logos


Lists the faculty associated with this program and their contact information.

FT Faculty - Hospitality
FT Faculty - Hospitality
FT Faculty - Hospitality
FT Faculty - Hospitality