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Hospitality and Service Management AS

Mary Lou Basile, Chairperson
(585) 475-6460 (V/TTY), mlbnbt@rit.edu

http://www.ntid.rit.edu/businessstudies/asbs-hospitality

Program overview

The associate in science degree in hospitality and service management is an Associate+Bachelor’s degree program designed to prepare deaf and hard-of-hearing students to enter and successfully complete a baccalaureate program in the College of Applied Science and Technology’s School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation.

Upon completion of the AS program with a minimum GPA of 2.5, students will enroll in the College of Applied Science and Technology, where they will pursue a bachelor’s degree in international hospitality and service management. AS students may choose one of two concentrations: hotel and resort management or food and beverage management. Admission to this major is available for the fall semester only.

Prerequisites

ACT: composite test score of 18 and above.

English: Placement into a First Year Writing course, such as FYW: Writing Seminar (UWRT-150). Students who qualify for Critical Reading and Writing (UWRT-100) will be considered for admission if they are at NMTH-250 or higher in mathematics.

Mathematics: Placement into mathematics NMTH-210 or higher. Typically, students entering this major will have completed at least three years of high school mathematics.

Science: Placement into science NSCI-250 or higher. Typically, students entering this major will have completed at least two years of high school science.

Admission requirements

To enroll in the College of Applied Science and Technology’s School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation, the student must present a grade point average of 2.5 or higher upon graduation with the associate in science degree.

Curriculum

Hospitality and service management (hotel and resort management option), AS degree, typical course sequence

Course Sem. Cr. Hrs.
First Year
NCAR-100 Freshman Seminar 1
  LAS Foundation 1: First Year Seminar** 3
NSCI-250 LAS Perspective 6† 3
HSPT-131 Hotel Management and Operations 3
HSPT-181 Principles of Food, Hotel and Tourism Operations 3
  LAS Perspective 1, 2 6
UWRT-150 LAS Foundation 2: First Year Writing 3
  LAS Elective‡ 3
HSPT-232 Hospitality, Real Estate and Facilities Management 3
HSPT-284 Hospitality, Industry Sales and Marketing 3
HSPT-499 Cooperative Education Co-op
Second Year
  Professional/Technical Electives§ 6
HSPT-281 Service Management in a Global Economy 3
ECON-101 Principles of Microeconomics 3
  LAS Perspective 3, 4 6
MATH-101 College Algebra 3
NACC-205 Financial Accounting 3
HSPT-235 International Destinations 3
HSPT-334 International Resort Management 3
  Wellness Education* 0
Total Semester Credit Hours 61

Please see the NTID General Education Curriculum-Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) for more information.

* Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information. Students completing associate degrees are required to complete one Wellness course.

† Any science course numbered NSCI-250 or higher

‡ Any mathematics course numbered NMTH-250 or higher

§ Choose a course from one of the following HSPT or FOOD program options: International Food Marketing and Distribution, International Hotel and Resort Management, and Entertainment and Event Management. See chart below.

** The First Year Seminar requirement is replaced by an LAS Elective for the 2014-15 academic year.

Hospitality and service management (food and beverage management option), AS degree, typical course sequence

Course Sem. Cr. Hrs.
First Year
NCAR-100 Freshman Seminar 1
  LAS Foundation 1: First Year Seminar** 3
NSCI-250 LAS Perspective 6† 3
FOOD-121 Principles of Food Production 3
HSPT-181 Principles of Food, Hotel and Tourism Operations 3
  LAS Perspective 1, 2 6
UWRT-150 LAS Foundation 2: First Year Writing 3
  Mathematics‡ 3
FOOD-123 Sanitation and Safety 1
FOOD-223 Food and Beverage Management 3
HSPT-284 Hospitality Industry Sales and Marketing 3
HSPT-499 Cooperative Education Co-op
Second Year
  Professional/Technical Electives§ 6
HSPT-281 Service Management in a Global Economy 3
ECON-101 Principles of Microeconomics 3
  LAS Perspective 3, 4 6
MATH-101 College Algebra 3
NACC-205 Financial Accounting 3
FOOD-224 Serving Alcohol Safely 1
FOOD-226 Restaurant Operations 4
  Wellness Education* 0
Total Semester Credit Hours 61

Please see the NTID General Education Curriculum-Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) for more information.

* Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information. Students completing associate degrees are required to complete one Wellness course.

† Any science course numbered NSCI-250 or higher

‡ Any mathematics course numbered NMTH-250 or higher

§ Choose a course from one of the following HSPT or FOOD program options: Entertainment and Event Management, International Food Marketing and Distribution, and International Hotel and Resort Management. See chart below.

** The First Year Seminar requirement is replaced by an LAS Elective for the 2014-15 academic year.

Electives

Entertainment and Event Management
HSPT-234 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
HSPT-244 Meeting Event Management
HSPT-246 Casino Management
HSPT-248 Project Management for Events
HSPT-336 International Risk Assessment and Hospitality Law
HSPT-345 Venue Management
International Food Marketing and Distribution
FOOD-151 International Food Distribution
FOOD-454 Food Processing Quality and Integrity
PACK-301 Packaging Materials
International Hotel and Resort Management
HSPT-234 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
HSPT-336 International Risk Assessment and Hospitality Law
 

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Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only

Effective fall 2013, RIT will convert its academic calendar from quarters to semesters. The following content has been made available as reference only. Currently matriculated students who began their academic programs in quarters should consult their academic adviser for guidance and course selection.

Program overview

The associate of science degree in hospitality and service management is an Associate+Bachelor’s degree program designed to prepare deaf and hard-of-hearing students to enter and successfully complete a baccalaureate program in the College of Applied Science and Technology’s School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation.

Upon completion of the AS program with a minimum GPA of 2.5, students will enroll directly in the College of Applied Science and Technology, where they will pursue a bachelor’s degree in hospitality and service management. Students may choose one of two concentrations: hotel and resort management, or food management. Admission to this program is available for the fall quarter only.

Prerequisites

ACT: composite test score of 18 and above.

English: Placement into the College of Liberal Arts’ Writing Seminar (0502-227) course. Students who qualify for Written Communication II (0502-111) will be considered for admission if they are at level D or higher in mathematics.

Mathematics: Placement into level C mathematics course. Typically, students entering this program will have completed at least three years of high school mathematics.

Science: Placement into any level D science course numbered 0885-250 or higher. Typically, students entering this program will have completed at least two years of high school science.

Admission requirements

To enroll in the College of Applied Science and Technology’s School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation, the student must present a grade point average of 2.5 or higher upon graduation with the associate in science degree.

Curriculum

Semester conversion
Effective fall 2013, RIT will convert its academic calendar from quarters to semesters. Each program and its associated courses have been sent to the New York State Department of Education for approval of the semester plan. For reference, the following charts illustrate the typical course sequence for this program in both quarters and semesters. Students should consult their academic advisers with questions regarding planning and course selection.

Hospitality and service management (hotel and resort management concentration), AS degree, typical course sequence (quarters)

CourseQtr. Cr. Hrs.
First Year
0502-227 Writing Seminar 4
0887-200 Freshman Seminar 2
0884-210 Applications of Algebra 4
0622-200 Hotel Operations 4
0619-220 Survey of Service Management 2
0622-210 Hotel Marketing and Sales Management 4
0801-211, 212 Financial Accounting I, II 8
  NTID Science (Level D) 4
0619-221 Basic Computer Applications 2
0884-260 Explorations in College Algebra 4
  Liberal Arts* 4
0622-310 Resort Development and Management 4
1016-225 Algebra for Management Science 4
  Wellness Education† 0
Second Year
  Liberal Arts* 16
0801-221, 222 Managerial Accounting I, II 8
0511-211 Principles of Microeconomics 4
0622-315 Facility and Property Management 4
  Science with Lab‡ 4
0622-355 Financial Management for Hotels 4
1016-319 Data Analysis I 4
0804-286 Fundamentals of Marketing 3
0621-499 Cooperative Education Co-op
Total Quarter Credit Hours 97

* Please see NTID's General Education Distribution Requirements chart for more information.

† Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information.

‡ Health Awareness (1026-221) or Medical Laboratory Procedures (1026-220) is recommended.

Hospitality and service management (hotel and resort management option), AS degree, typical course sequence (semesters), effective fall 2013

CourseSem. Cr. Hrs.
First Year
  LAS Foundation 1: First Year Seminar 3
NSCI-250 LAS Perspective 6† 3
HSPT-131 Hotel Management and Operations 3
HSPT-181 Principles of Food, Hotel and Tourism Operations 3
  LAS Perspective 1, 2 6
ENGL-150 LAS Foundation 2: Writing Seminar 3
  LAS Elective‡ 3
HSPT-232 Hospitality, Real Estate and Facilities Management 3
HSPT-284 Hospitality, Industry Sales and Marketing 3
  Cooperative Education Co-op
Second Year
  Professional/Technical Electives§ 6
HSPT-281 Service Management in a Global Economy 3
ECON-101 LAS Elective: Principles of Microeconomics 3
  LAS Perspective 3, 4 6
MATH-101 College Algebra 3
NACC-205 Financial Accounting 3
HSPT-235 International Destinations 3
HSPT-334 International Resort Management 3
  Wellness Education* 0
Total Semester Credit Hours 60

Please see New NTID General Education Curriculum-Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) for more information.

* Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information.

† Any science course numbered NSCI-250 or higher

‡ Any mathematics course numbered NMTH-250 or higher

§ Choose a course from one of the following HSPT or FOOD program options: International Food Marketing and Distribution, International Hotel and Resort Management, and Entertainment and Event Management.

Hospitality and service management (food management concentration), AS degree, typical course sequence (quarters)

CourseQtr. Cr. Hrs.
First Year
0502-227 Writing Seminar 4
0887-200 Freshman Seminar 2
0884-210 Applications of Algebra 4
0621-225 Principles of Food Production 4
0619-220 Survey of Service Management 2
0884-260 Explorations in College Algebra 4
0801-211, 212 Financial Accounting I, II 8
  NTID Science (Level D) 4
0619-221 Basic Computer Applications 2
  Liberal Arts* 4
  Science with Lab‡ 4
0621-314 Sanitation and Safety 2
1016-225 Algebra for Management Science 4
  Wellness Education† 0
Second Year
  Liberal Arts* 16
0621-331 Restaurant Operations 6
0801-221, 222 Managerial Accounting I, II 8
0511-211 Principles of Microeconomics 4
0621-318 Food and Beverage Management 4
1016-319 Data Analysis I 4
0804-286 Fundamentals of Marketing 3
  HSM Program Elective 4
0621-499 Cooperative Education Co-op
Total Quarter Credit Hours 97

* Please see NTID's General Education Distribution Requirements chart for more information.

† Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information.

‡ Health Awareness (1026-221) or Medical Laboratory Procedures (1026-220) is recommended.

Hospitality and service management (food and beverage management option), AS degree, typical course sequence (semesters), effective fall 2013

CourseSem. Cr. Hrs.
First Year
  LAS Foundation 1: First Year Seminar 3
NSCI-250 LAS Perspective 6† 3
FOOD-121 Principles of Food Production 3
HSPT-181 Principles of Food, Hotel and Tourism Operations 3
  LAS Perspective 1, 2 6
ENGL-150 LAS Foundation 2: Writing Seminar 3
  Mathematics‡ 3
FOOD-123 Sanitation and Safety 1
FOOD-223 Food and Beverage Management 3
HSPT-284 Hospitality Industry Sales and Marketing 3
  Cooperative Education Co-op
Second Year
  Professional/Technical Electives§ 6
HSPT-281 Service Management in a Global Economy 3
ECON-101 LAS Elective: Principles of Microeconomics 3
  LAS Perspective 3, 4 6
MATH-101 LAS Elective: College Algebra 3
NACC-205 Financial Accounting 3
FOOD-224 Serving Alcohol Safely 1
FOOD-226 Restaurant Operations 4
  Wellness Education* 0
Total Semester Credit Hours 60

Please see New NTID General Education Curriculum-Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) for more information.

* Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information.

† Any science course numbered NSCI-250 or higher

‡ Any mathematics course numbered NMTH-250 or higher

§ Choose a course from one of the following HSPT or FOOD program options: International Food Marketing and Distribution, International Hotel and Resort Management, and Entertainment and Event Management. See chart below.

Program Electives

CourseSem. Cr. Hrs.
International Food Marketing and Distribution
FOOD-151 International Food Distribution 3
FOOD-454 Food Processing Quality and Integrity 3
PACK-301 Packaging Materials 3
International Hotel and Resort Management
HSPT-234 Negotiation and Conflict Resolutions 3
HSPT-336 International Risk Assessment and Hospitality Law 3
Entertainment and Event Management
HSPT-244 Meeting Event Management 3
HSPT-246 Casino Management 3
HSPT-248 Project Management for Events 3
HSPT-345 Venue Management 3
HSPT-234 Negotiation and Conflict Resolutions 3
HSPT-336  International Risk Assessment and Hospitality Law 3