Does a career in Hospitality Management sound appetizing? This program is designed to give students the option of articulation to a four-year institution or employment upon graduation. Graduates will be prepared for careers in food preparation, entry-level supervision or management positions, as well as food marketing or food distribution sales representatives.
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data shows the field of food management, particularly in institutions such as schools, hospitals, nursing homes, restaurants, hotels, and prisons, to be in the top ten job growth areas by 2012.
For specific information, contact the NIACC Business Division.
A wide variety of employment opportunities are available including:
- Catering and Banquet Manager
- Food Production Manager
- Kitchen or Dining Room Supervisor
- Restaurant Manager/Assistant Manager