Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts

Our Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts Program, under the auspices of the Business Department, prepares students with the theory, principles, and applied skills for careers in the food and hospitality industries. Students pursue associate degrees in hotel/motel management or restaurant/foodservice management, or a certificate in culinary arts.

Our location in the metropolitan New York region benefits students by exposing them to a sophisticated, international customer base and standards of excellence that have built the many world-class restaurants and hotels in the area. Approval of the program director is necessary for admission to the program’s degree and certificate offerings.

Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts Certificate

Requirements: 32 credits
Culinary Arts prepares students for employment in commercial and non-commercial food operations. It is intended for new entrants, professional advancement and persons seeking re-entry in the industry as well as retraining for a new career. Graduates typically work in a variety of cook, chef, and management positions. Most courses in the certificate program are also required for the hospitality management degrees programs.

Culinary Arts Certificate
Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts

Restaurant/Foodservice Management

Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality Management. Requirements: 60 credits
This curriculum provides the necessary professional knowledge, skill, and techniques for careers in foodservice management. This option focuses on the skills needed to operate a restaurant business. Graduates typically gain employment in a variety of management roles. Should graduates wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree in the hospitality field, other institutions recognize credits earned in the program.

Restaurant/Foodservice Management
Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts

Hotel/Motel Management

Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality Management. Requirements: 60 credits
The Hotel/Motel Management curriculum is designed for those seeking professional knowledge, skills, and techniques required of personnel in the management of a hotel or lodging facility. Graduates typically work in various lead, supervisory, assistant manager, management trainee, and/or management roles. Should graduates wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree in the hospitality field or business, other institutions recognize credits earned in the program.

Hotel/Motel Management
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