Learn Hospitality Management Online at Monroe
- 60 credits
- Highly-respected, nationally-known program
- Online classes let you fit class time into your time
- Targeted, career-focused skills in food and beverage, travel and tourism, and hospitality management
Managing a restaurant or lodging, customer relations, and basic accounting principles are all essential to success in the hospitality industry. This program also includes several liberal arts electives and the opportunity to do an internship. It is highly recommended that graduates go on to pursue a bachelor's degree in hospitality in order to accelerate advancement in the industry.
The program is preparing me for so many different career avenues to choose from.
AAS Hospitality Management, 2020
Dining Room Management
This course emphasizes customer service, basic table settings, buffet service, and wine and beverage service. Learn the fundamentals of point of sale systems, taking customers’ orders, and communication, plus traffic flow and event timing.
Your Future Career
Some job possibilities with your associate degree in hospitality management include:
- Hotel/Motel/Resort/Spa Assistant Manager - Provide administrative and operational support by handling correspondence, training new employees, taking phone calls, assigning tasks, and monitoring staff.
- Assistant Housekeeper/Housekeeping - Supervise and coordinate activities of room attendant, house attendant, public area cleaners, and floor supervisors.
- Front Desk Agent - As the first point of contact with guests, the agent handles all stages of a guest's stay while accommodating any special requests.
- Food Service Manager - Responsible for the daily operation of the establishment; direct staff to ensure that customers are satisfied with their dining experience; manage business to ensure profitability.
- Travel Coordinator - Make travel arrangements for individuals, groups, and organizations. Coordinators generally work for a team or organization.
- Tour Escort - Accompany groups of people on organized trips, handling transportation, accommodations, and sightseeing.
Frank Costantino, EdD, CEC, CCE, CCA, AAC
Dean, School of Hospitality Management and CINY
Professor of Hospitality Management
|Fall (Sep - Dec)||August 31|
|Winter(January - April)||December 31|
International applicants are encouraged to apply three months before the start date.