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Hospitality Management Program MiraCosta College 1 Barnard Drive Oceanside, CA 92056
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MiraCosta College Hospitality Management Program www.miracosta.edu/hospitality www.miracosta.edu (760) 757-2121, ext. 6404 Oceanside Campus
Dr. Karen Smith, 1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside,Instructor CA 92056 (760) 757-2121 firstname.lastname@example.org San Elijo Campus www.miracosta.edu/home/ksmith 3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, CA 92007 (760) 944-4449
Community Learning Center 1831 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92058 (760) 795-8710
Hospitality Management Program Hotels Restaurants Travel Event Planning
This brochure was funded by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 (06-C01-032) awarded to MiraCosta College and administered by the California Community College Chancellor’s Office. It is the policy of MiraCosta College not to discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital or parental status, age, sexual orientation, status as a Vietnam-era veteran or mental or physical disability in all of its educational and employment programs and activities. Individuals with verifiable disabilities can be accommodated with advance notice.
• Certificates of Proficiency • Certificates of Achievement • Associate Degree Contact Dr. Karen Smith email@example.com www.miracosta.edu/hospitality
MiraCosta’s world-recognized Hospitality Management Program offers excellent training to start a dynamic career in the hospitality, restaurant management, travel and tourism, or event planning industries.
MiraCosta’s Hospitality Management Program Classes are taught by instructors with great industry experience and contacts. Take field trips to professional properties including LEGOLAND, Harrah’s, cruise ships, leading restaurants, hotels and more! A wide range of classes meet days, evenings, and online. Classes include:
• Conference and event management • Corporate travel • Culinary arts • Guest services • Hospitality law
Certificates & Associate Degree
Prepare for a Great Career!
Students may earn one or more of the following certificates, work toward an associate degree or complete transfer requirements.
In MiraCosta’s Hospitality Management Program, students learn core business skills. The program also prepares students for quick professional entry and advancement in exciting industries! MiraCosta’s program provides training to enable professional growth opportunities to those already employed in the hospitality industries.
For information about each certificate and associate degree, please contact the Counseling Department at (760) 795-6670 or see the MiraCosta College Catalog, available in the MiraCosta bookstore or online at www.miracosta.edu. The first step in a career ladder. Catering Operations Dining Room Operations Front Office Operations Rooms Division Management Travel Reservations
13 units 10 units 12 units 15 units 14 units
Certificates of Achievement Prepare graduates for immediate employment in specific career areas.
• Human resources
Hospitality Management Restaurant Management Travel and Tourism Management
• Restaurant management
Earn a degree in Hospitality Management!
• Hospitality operations and management
What Types of Careers Are Available in the Hospitality Industry?
Certificates of Proficiency
27 units 25 units 29 units
Hospitality Management Students seeking an associate degree should meet with a MiraCosta College counselor before their first semester to identify courses that meet degree requirements. The associate degree requires completion of a certificate of achievement and general education courses specified in the MiraCosta College Catalog.
Cruise Lines — air/sea reservations, onboard services and sales Food and beverage management— hotels, restaurants, casinos, convention centers, theme parks, corporate locales Hotels/resort s— front desk, reservations, resort activities, operations, sales, property management, banquets and events Special event planning— corporate or independent event planner Tourism—convention bureaus, casinos, museums, tourist offices, recreational facilities, theme parks and special events Travel— guest service, sales, ticketing, corporate or leisure activities