Division of Career Education

Hospitality Industry Administration / Restaurant Management

Curriculum C206F

Prepares the students for potential positions as restaurant managers or restaurant owners. Students gain knowledge of all phases of restaurant operation. They develop skill in food preparation, service, cost control, purchasing, menu planning and supervision.

Associate in Applied Science Degree

 

Semester One (Fall)
Credit Hours
HIA 100
Culinary Mathematics
2
HIA 110
Introduction to Hospitality Industry
3
HIA 115
Food Sanitation & Safety
2
HIA 120
Dining Room Service
3
HIA 132
Nutrition
2
HIA 133
Menu Writing
2
HIA 150
Food Preparation Essentials & Theory
3
Semester Credit Hours
17
Semester Two (Spring)
HIA 117
Beverage Management
2
HIA 128
Introduction to Baking/Pastry
3
HIA 130
Culinary Arts Quantity-Food Preparation I
3
# HIA 225
Hospitality Supervision
3
HIA 250
Hospitality Marketing
3
# RHT 101
Freshman Rhetoric & Composition I
3
Semester Credit Hours
17
Semester Three (Fall)
ACC 100
Basic Accounting I1
3
HIA 255
Culinary Arts-Garde Manger
3
# HIA 260
Culinary Arts Quantity-Food Preparation II
3
# HIA 290
Dining Room Management
3
HTH 104
Science of Personal Health or

HTH 281
First Aid & CPR
2
SPE 101
Principles of Effective Speaking
3
Semester Credit Hours
17
Semester Four (Spring)
CIS 101
Introduction to Computer Science
3
HIA 276
Food & Beverage Purchasing/Cost Control
3
# HIA 295
Cooperative Work Experience
3
HIS 151
History of the U.S. to 1877 or

PSC 150
American National Politics or

SSC 190
Contemporary Society
3

General Education/Humanities
1-3

Program Electives
3
Semester Credit Hours
16-18




Total Credits Required for Graduation
67-69
Suggested Electives: Program Electives (3): HIA 122◊, HIA 210◊, HIA 215◊, HIA 228◊, HIA 277◊, HIA 280◊, HIA 285◊, HIA 296◊; Italian, Spanish  
Coordinator: Denise Smith-Gaborit, Ext. 3624 

Area of Concentration

Additional Information: See HIA course descriptions.     See Humanities General Education requirements.     ¹ACC 100◊ meets the Mathematics and/or Science General Education requirement.