Hospitality Management A.A.S.

Aimee Elliott, Director

The Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality Management develops the skills students will use in the hospitality and tourism industry and provides students with the knowledge and practical experience in the major areas of management and operation, including accounting, customer service, hotel management/operation, restaurant management/operation, purchasing, and sanitation practices in food service. Graduates prepare for entry-level, professional careers involving business support for restaurants, hotels, resorts, and other hospitality and tourism organizations.

The AAS degree option is five semesters, which includes a hospitality geared internship to allow extensive hands-on learning in the industry.

Associate of Applied Science - Hospitality Management

Missoula College

Degree Specific Credits: 62

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2020-21

Note: See Program Director for scope and sequence advising. Please refer to online schedule for online course availability.

Summary

Hospitality Management Core Courses

59

Hospitality Management Elective

3

Total Hours

62


Hospitality Management Core Courses

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

ACTG 101

Accounting Procedures I

4

ACTG 102

Accounting Procedures II

4

BGEN 105S

Introduction to Business

3

BMGT 216

Psych of Mgmt & Supervision

4

BMGT 245

Customer Service Management

3

COMX 111A

Introduction to Public Speaking

3

CSCI 172

Intro to Computer Modeling

3

CULA 101

Introduction to Food Service

5

CULA 105

Food Service Sanitation

2

CULA 270

Purchasing and Cost Controls

5

CULA 299

Culinary Arts Capstone

4

HTR 107

Intro Hospitality Management

3

HTR 201

Hotel Mngmt/Ops

3

HTR 298

Internship

4

M 115

Probability and Linear Mathematics

3

PSYX 100S

Intro to Psychology

3

WRIT 101

College Writing I

3

Total Hours

59

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Hospitality Management Electives

Note: Other courses may satisfy this requirement at the discretion of the Hospitality Management program director.

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 3 credits in in the following courses:

3

BFIN 205S

Personal Finance

BGEN 220E

Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

BGEN 235

Business Law

BMGT 242

Front Line Supervision

BMGT 275

Venue Management

BMKT 225

Marketing

BMKT 265

Social Media Strat & Mgmt

CULA 156

Dining Room Procedures

CULA 165

Baking & Pastry

CULA 210

Nutritional Cooking

PTRM 141Y

National Parks and American Culture

PTRM 150

First Year Seminar in Parks, Tourism, and Recreation Management

PTRM 210S

Nature Tourism & Comm Rec

PTRM 217S

Parks & Outdoor Rec. Mgmt.

Minimum Required Grade: C-