Hospitality Management/Event Management

Program Goals Statement

The Hospitality Industry is the world's largest employment field.  The proposal is to change from a degree program with five concentrations to one general degree program that is applicable for all types of Hospitality Managers or Event Managers. Upon completion of the degree the student will be able to seek employment in  lodging operations, private clubs, cruise ships, casinos, or event planning companies. 

Program Information

  • This program offers students the opportunity to develop strong communication skills, organizational, and critical-thinking skills as well as practical preparation for entry into the growing hospitality career field
  • Job opportunities include convention and visitors bureau coordinator, hotel sales and marketing executive, hotel management or event planner, casino management, tour destination management, or cruise ship management and event or activities planner. 
  • Students may earn credit through CED210 at such sites as Disney World,Universal Studios Newport Historical Society, The Whaling Museum, or any theme park. 
Item #
Title
Credits
Total credits:
60-61

Course Sequencing

Item #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
16
Item #
Title
Credits
Or  +
Science Elective  +
3 - 4
Sub-Total Credits
15-16

Overview

Subject

Type

Associate Degree

Campus

Program Contact

Vidyanidhi Rege, Dean,
vidyanidhi.rege@bristolcc.edu 

Vivien Ojadi, Department Co-Chair, vivien.ojadi@bristolcc.edu

Amy Crouch, Department Co-Chair, amy.crouch@bristolcc.edu