HM Sample Course Sequence/Class Advisement Information

Associate in Applied Science Degree in Hospitality Management (A25110)

 

SAMPLE COURSE SEQUENCE    
Major and Related Course Requirements

Fall
______ CUL 111 Success in Hospitality Studies  1 – 0 – 1
______ CUL 110  Sanitation & Safety  2 – 0 – 2
______ CUL 142  Fundamentals of Food  2 – 6 – 5
______ HRM 110 Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism  3 – 0 – 3                       Online
______ HRM 125 Hospitality Etiquette  1 – 0 – 1
______ Communications  3 – 0 – 3

Spring
______ HRM 210 Meetings & Event Planning  3 – 0 – 3
______ HRM 225 Beverage Management  3 – 0 – 3
______ HRM 230 Club & Resort Management  3 – 0 – 3
______ CUL 130 Menu Design  2 – 0 – 2
______ ENG 111  Expository Writing  3 – 0 – 3
______ Mathematics:  Choose a minimum of three (3) credit hours from the list of approved courses  3 – 0 – 3

Summer
______ HRM 245 Human Resource Management - Hospitality  3 – 0 – 3 Online
______ HRM 220 Cost Control – Food & Beverage  3 – 0 – 3
______ Social/Behavioral Sciences  3 – 0 – 3

Fall
______ HRM 120 Front Office Procedures  3 – 0 – 3
______ HRM 140 Legal Issues – Hospitality  3 – 0 – 3
______ HRM 150 Hospitality Training  3 – 0 – 3
______ HRM 240 Hospitality Marketing  3 – 0 – 3                                                 Online
______ HRM 280 Management Problems Hospitality  3 – 0 – 3

Spring
______ CUL 135/135A  Food & Beverage Service  2 – 2 – 3
______ CUL 273  Career Development  1 – 0 – 1
______ COE 112H  Cooperative Education   0 – 0 – 20 – 2

General Education Core Requirements
______ ENG 114  Professional Research & Reporting  3 – 0 – 3
______ Humanities/Fine Arts   3 – 0 – 3
______ CIS 111 Basic PC Literacy  2 – 0 – 2
______ ACC 120 Principles of Financial Accounting  3 – 2 – 4

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS                74


Hospitality Management Class Advisement Information

 

Admissions

  • Complete a CPCC Admissions Form
  • Submit an official high school diploma as well as college transcripts to the Admission/Records Center.
  • Take placement tests in English, Reading, and Arithmetic.
  • All needed developmental studies courses must be completed prior to beginning CUL, HRM, and BPA prefix courses.
  • Make an appointment to see an academic advisor.
  • Make an appointment to see Hospitality Management Program Chair, Richard Spellman, 704.330.6669.
  • Many courses have prerequisites or corequisites.  Check the Course Descriptions section for details.
  • Students must have a CUL, HRM, or BPA program code.

Notes

  • Students entering this program should take the courses in bold print first.
  • Progression in this program is dependent upon a score of “C” or better in all courses with CUL, HRM, and BPA prefixes.
  • All CUL and BPA lab classes require student accident medical insurance.

Fall First semester (first eight-week short session) classes:

  • Successfully complete (ServSafe certification) CUL 110, Sanitation and Safety
  • Successfully complete (minimum grade of “C”) CUL 111, Success in Hospitality Studies
  • Successfully complete (minimum grade of “C”) HRM 110, Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism

General Advisement Information:

  • To complete an Associate’s degree in two years, day students have to be available to take evening classes and evening students available to take day classes.

 

  • COE 112H Cooperative Education may be taken during the third or fourth semester.
  • Open entry coops are not offered.  A limited number of summer coops may be offered for graduating students.

 

  • Proper uniforms, tools, and textbooks are required for CUL 142 Fundamentals of Food.
  • Meet with the Hospitality Management Program Chair, Richard Spellman, before trying to register for classes.

 

  • HRM 110 Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism, HRM 245 Human Resource Management – Hospitality, and HRM 240 Hospitality Marketing, are online courses.
  • Not every class is taught every semester.  Plan your schedule in advance with your faculty advisor.