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9 Associate Degree Programs in Tourism and Hospitality Hospitality Hospitality Management 2024

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Associate Degree Programs in Tourism and Hospitality Hospitality Hospitality Management

An associate degree is often the first step in obtaining a bachelor’s degree from a college or university. Usually requiring between two and three years of study, an associate degree offers numerous subjects to choose from in a variety of fields that allow students to gain specialty knowledge.

What is an associate degree in hospitality management? This undergraduate degree program focuses on management, leadership, and service. The hospitality student often learns how to organize people, lead teams, and offer individual service to clients. Courses may cover tourism, international events, lodging, and financial management. Students with a focus on service may tailor their program to include classes on concierge, travel planning, or business ownership.

As hospitality management degree students learn to work in small teams, they can develop strong leadership skills and personal interaction abilities that may help them obtain promotions. As students develop communication skills, they may also find their ideas are more easily heard, and this can lead to higher salaries or key positions of leadership.

Costs related to a hospitality management degree may vary from school to school and depend upon program length. For this reason, individuals may wish to contact each school they are interested in attending and request financial information.

Whether hospitality management graduates choose to work in small business, the corporate world, or entrepreneurial enterprises, their degrees can help prepare them to supervise and organize clients and events. Those choosing the entrepreneurial employment route may elect to become a chef, catering planner, bed and breakfast owner, or lodging manager. For individuals who love working with people, a concierge or tour manager is also a possible career choice. Graduates may also choose careers as restaurant managers, event managers, and public house managers.

Hospitality management degree courses can be found to fit even the busiest life styles. Students can choose from full-time, part-time, or online modular classes at college campuses around the world. To find a program that fills your needs, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.