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Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Management

Hotel-Motel-Restaurant

Wor-Wic's hotel-motel-restaurant management programs are designed to provide students with entry-level skills for positions in the hospitality industry and to further prepare them to receive on-the-job training. Students can enroll in associate degree or certificate options in culinary arts or hotel-motel-restaurant management.

The culinary arts options provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to begin a career as a chef or to upgrade their skills. Students work in a modern teaching kitchen with commercial equipment preparing foods typically found in area restaurants. This program is closely aligned with the Delmarva chapter of the American Culinary Federation.

Intended Learning Goals

Graduates of the culinary program options should be able to:
  1. Identify and utilize proper food and beverage preparation and service practices to operate a food service facility that also meets industry standards for safety, cleanliness and sanitation;
  2. Describe and employ appropriate management practices to manage multiple facets of a food service facility;
  3. Develop a comprehensive marketing plan for a food service facility;
  4. Apply procurement/inventory procedures and purchasing/cost controls to the operation of a food service facility; and
  5. Create and serve a variety of cuisines typically found in a food service facility in a team environment.

The hotel-motel-restaurant management options provide students with knowledge in supervisory management, facilities management, accounting and law, as they relate to hospitality management.

Graduates of the hotel-motel-restaurant management programs should be able to:
  1. Identify and utilize proper food and beverage preparation and service practices to operate a hospitality facility that also meets industry standards for safety, cleanliness and sanitation;
  2. Describe and employ appropriate management and legal practices to operate all facets of a hospitality business;
  3. Develop a comprehensive marketing plan for a hospitality business; and
  4. Apply accounting and procurement/inventory procedures and controls to the operation of a hospitality business.

Students can apply the credits they earn at Wor-Wic toward a bachelor’s degree by transferring to the hotel and restaurant management program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore or another four-year college or university. To ensure maximum transferability, students should familiarize themselves with the program requirements of the institution to which they plan to transfer.

Wor-Wic's hotel-motel-restaurant management department is a member of the National Restaurant Association, Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education, the Ocean City Hotel-Motel- Restaurant Association and the Delmarva chapter of the American Culinary Federation.

For additional information about the hotel-motel-restaurant management program, contact Dr. George Ojie-Ahamiojie, Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Management Department Head.

Program Outline

Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Management Program OutlineAdobe Portable Document Format (PDF) icon

Gainful Employment Disclosures

52.0901 Hospitality Administration/Management, General

In compliance with federal gainful employment disclosure requirements, Wor-Wic provides prospective students with on-time completion rates, median loan debt and other information related to certificate program options.

Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Management Certificate of Proficiency Options

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