Hospitality Management

Hospitality Management - Certificate of Applied Science
Aimee Elliott, Director

The Certificate of Applied Science in Hospitality Management develops the skills students will use in the hospitality and tourism industry and provides students with the knowledge and practical experience in the major areas of management and operation: accounting, customer service, marketing/sales, and hotel management/operation. Graduates prepare for entry-level, professional careers involving business support for restaurants, hotels, resorts, casinos, and other hospitality and tourism organizations.  The certificate option is two semesters with a third semester dedicated to a hospitality geared internship to allow extensive hands-on learning in the industry.  If students wish to expand their education beyond a CAS, the program also allows seamless transition into the AAS in Food Service Management.

Hospitality Management Curriculum

The University of Montana catalog details degree specific credits and course requirements.

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Hospitality Management Certificate of Applied Science

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