|Faculty:||St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
|Field of Study:||Hospitality Administration/Management, General
|Description:||This program will prepare graduates for direct entry into hospitality venues such as resorts & hotels, catering & conference centres and restaurants & bars. The hospitality student will be provided with solid information on how both the accommodation operations (hotels) and the food & beverage operations (restaurants) function through learning about: All back-of-the-house and front-of-the-house departments, how entry level jobs lead to hospitality management positions, theoretical course lessons taught by hospitality professionals, practical skills learned in labs and in working hospitality settings, sensory experiences by tasting and gaining knowledge in the production, preparation and serving of beverages and meals, and the hospitality experience from the customer perspective and the impact of the hospitality employee and manager in that experience.
Graduates of this program will enter the hospitality and tourism sectors with the knowledge and skills in: front desk & guest services operations, hotel housekeeping & reservations, bartending, meal preparation, food & beverage service, special event planning and delivery, and professionalism and customer service.