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Hospitality Management (A.S.)

The Associate in Science in Hospitality degree program focuses on gaining knowledge in customer service, basic business, hotel management, and culinary management.

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Join one of the Boston areas thriving sectors by obtaining an Associate degree in Hospitality with Endicott College Boston or Endicott College Gloucester. Once you complete your degree, you’ll have gained knowledge in customer service, basic business, hotel management, and culinary management.

Already working in hospitality? Join our program to connect your career with education!


Program of Study

ENG

101

College Writing Seminar

3 cr.

PSY

100

General Psychology

3 cr.

ACC

175

Financial Accounting

3 cr.

BUS

120

Business Fundamentals

3 cr.

HTM

101

Foundations of Hospitality Management

3 cr.

HTM

108

Rooms Division Management

3 cr.

HTM

110

Service Management

3 cr.

HTM

213

Hospitality Sales & Marketing

3 cr.

HTM

240

Culinary Arts Operations

3 cr.

HTM

250

Food & Beverage Management

3 cr.

HTM

255

Fundamentals of Events

3 cr.

Writing Designated Course

3 cr.

World Culture Course

3 cr.

Aesthetic Awareness Course

3 cr.

Literary Perspectives Course

3 cr.

Individual & Society Course

3 cr.

Quantitative Reasoning Course

3 cr.

Ethical Reasoning Course

3 cr.

Science and Technology Course

3 cr.

Global Issues Course

3 cr.

Open Electives

6 cr.


Total degree requirements

 

66 cr.

 

Admission Requirements

  • Completed application along with a non-refundable fee of $25.00
  • A 250 - 500 word essay explaining your professional goals
  • One letter of recommendation
  • Official high school transcript or GED score report
  • Official college or military transcript (if applicable)
  • All students for whom English is not a first language must submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
  • Minimum age of 24 years
  • Minimum two years of significant, full-time work experience. 

 

Learning Outcomes

  1. Converse and write at an acceptable level for business communications in English.
  2. Be prepared to be effective entry-level employees in the hospitality industry.
  3. Recall and apply the basic foundational knowledge of science and liberal studies.
  4. Be prepared to pursue bachelor level academic work.
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