Hospitality Management Certificate

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Hospitality Management Certificate

Hospitality Management Program Outcomes

Northern New Hampshire is internationally known for its hospitality, tourism attractions, and grand hotels. There could be no better location for a certificate program in Hospitality Management. This new program will be offered at the Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa in Whitefield, N.H., and the curriculum conforms to the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA), a national association representing all aspects of the hotel and lodging industry. Program graduates will earn both a certificate from the White Mountains Community College and certification from the AHLA.

Students will experience hands-on learning in a professional environment and have access to content experts beyond the classroom. The certificate will provide a comprehensive approach to learning all facets of hotel operations including front office operations, purchasing, food and beverage operations, marketing, accounting and supervision. Nine core classes in the content area are supplemented by two writing and one accounting class, assuring that graduates will practice and master the necessary reading, writing, and mathematical skills. The theoretical and practical applications will prepare students for a 360 hour internship, during which time they will have the opportunity to experience other resort properties.

Upon successful completion of the Certificate in Hospitality Management, graduates will be prepared for a middle management position within the hospitality industry. Graduates will also possess the necessary foundation in Hospitality Management to pursue further studies toward a higher education degree.

Hospitality Management Certificate
Fall First Year Lec Lab Cr
BENG120 College Composition 3 0 3
BHOS101 Introduction to Hospitality 3 0 3
BHOS105 Managing Service in Food and Beverage Operations 3 0 3
BHOS110 Supervision in the Hospitality Industry 3 0 3
  Semester Total 12 0 12
 
Spring First Year Lec Lab Cr
BACC111 Accounting I 3 0 3
BHOS120 Managing Front Office Operations 3 0 3
BHOS130 Management of Food and Beverage Operations 3 0 3
BHOS140 Managing Technology in the Hospitality Industry 3 0 3
  Semester Total 12 0 12
  Total credits for the year     24
 
Fall Second Year Lec Lab Cr
BENG211 Technical Writing 3 0 3
BHOS201 Marketing in the Hospitality Industry 3 0 3
BHOS210 Accounting for Hospitality Managers 3 0 3
BHOS220 Understanding Hospitality Law 3 0 3
  Semester Total 12 0 12
 
Spring Second Year Lec Lab Cr
BHOS240 Hotel Internship 0 24 4
  Semester Total 0 24 4
  Total credits for the year     16
  Total for Certificate     40

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