The Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration gives students a broad knowledge of the fundamentals of business operations. It prepares students for




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Instructional Programs

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Associate of Arts Degree

70 credit hours

The Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration gives students a broad knowledge of the fundamentals of business operations. It prepares students for two alternatives: (1) to obtain technical knowledge and proficiency in basic business subjects leading to gainful employment or (2) to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program granted at a four-year institution.

General Education Requirements 26 hours

Arts and Humanities: 3 hours

ART 131: Art Appreciation-3 ART 165: Art History I-3 ART 166: Art History II-3 HUM 221: Introduction to World Humanities-3 HUM 222: Introduction to Modern World Humanities-3 MUS 113: Music Appreciation-3 PHIL 201: Introduction to Philosophy-3 PHIL 211: Ethics-3 PHIL 202: Introduction to Logic-3

Communications: 9 hours

COMM 101: Interpersonal Communications-3 COMM 102: Public Speaking-3 ENG 102: English Composition-3 ENG 104: English Composition & Research-3

History: 3 hours

HIST 101: Survey of American History to 1877-3 HIST 102: Survey of American History Since 1877-3

Life Science: 4 hours

BIOL 113/113L: Biology for General Education/Lab-4 BIOL 151/151L: General Biology I/Lab-4 BIOL 152/152L: General Biology II/Lab-4

Physical Science: 4 hours

CHEM 121/121L: Survey of General Chemistry/Lab-4 CHEM 151/151L: General Chemistry I/Lab-4 CHEM 152/152L: General Chemistry II/Lab-4 GEOL 151/151L: Physical Geology/Lab-4 GEOL 152/152L: Historical Geology/Lab-4 GEOL 222/222L: Planetology/Lab-4 PHYS 151/151L: General Physics/Lab-4 PHYS 201/201L: Physics I/Lab-4 PHYS 202/202L: Physics II/Lab-4 PHYS 141/141L: Astronomy/Lab-4

Social Science: 3 hours

PSCI 101: Introduction to Political Science-3 PSCI 102: American National Government-3 PSY 101: Introductory Psychology-3 SOC 101: Introductory Sociology-3 SOC 212: Contemporary Social Issues-3

Institutional Requirement 3 hours

UNIV 101: Freshman Seminar-3

Related Course Requirements 9 hours

CIS 151: Basic Computer Skills-3

or CIS 185: Introduction to Computer Information Systems-3 MATH 119: College Algebra-3 STAT 213: Statistical Methods-3

Program Requirements 32 hours

ACCT 201: Introductory Accounting I-4 ACCT 202: Introductory Accounting II-4 BUS 151: Introduction to Business-3 BUS 201: Business Communications-3 BUS 230: Business Law-3 ECON 221: Principles of Macro Economics-3 ECON 222: Principles of Micro Economics-3 FIN 201: Principles of Finance-3 MGT 201: Principles of Management-3 MKT 201: Principles of Marketing-3

BOOKKEEPING/ACCOUNTING

Certificate of Completion

37credit hours

The Bookkeeping/Accounting certificate program is a one-year program including all the essentials needed to equip students to assume positions ranging from entry-level to full-charge bookkeepers, including preparation of financial statements and simple tax returns.

UNIV 101: Freshman Seminar-3 ACCT 200: Basic Bookkeeping and Accounting-3 ACCT 201: Introductory Accounting I-4 ACCT 204: Basic Income Tax-3 ACCT 209: Microcomputer Accounting-3 BUS 151: Introduction to Business-3 BUS 201: Business Communications-3 BUS 230: Business Law-3 CAS 241: Business Mathematics & Calculating Machines-3 CIS 185: Introduction to Computer Information Systems

or CIS 151: Basic Computer Skills-3 ENG 102: English Composition-3 FIN 201: Principles of Finance-3

Entering students with prior experience in accounting may, with the consent of the instructor, substitute ACCT 201 and ACCT 202 for ACCT 200 and ACCT 201.

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

Associate of Applied Science Degree

69 credit hours

The Computer Technology program is a two-year career-technical course of study culminating in an Associate of


ENMU





Ruidoso

Branch

Community College


Applied Science degree at ENMU-Ruidoso and will transfer into a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree at ENMU-Portales. It offers the student a broad foundation of computer technology skills including hardware, operating systems, and applications courses. It also offers the student an opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge in the workplace through an internship.

General Education Requirements 16 hours

COMM 101: Interpersonal Communications-3 ENG 102: English Composition-3 MATH 107: Intermediate Algebra-3

Science/Lab: 4 hours

BIOL 113/113L: Biology for General Education-4 CHEM 121/121L: Chemistry for Today-4 PHYS 113/113L: Survey of Physics-4

Social Science: 3 hours

ECON 221: Principles of Macro Economics-3 PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology-3 SOC 101: Introductory Sociology-3

Institutional Requirement 3 hours

UNIV 101: Freshman Seminar-3

Related Course Requirements 16 hours

BUS 151: Introduction to Business-3 CAS 241: Business Mathematics-3 ET 110: Survey of Electronics-4

Communication: 3 hours

BUS 201: Business Communication-3 ENG 133: Writing for Technical Professionals-3

Management: 3 hours

MGT 201: Principles of Management-3 MGT 239: Small Business Management-3

Technical Requirements 34 hours

CIS 101/101L: Fundamentals of Computer Hardware and Software/Lab-4 CIS 110: Operating Environments-3 CIS 151: Basic Computer Skills-3

CS 121: Computing Concepts-3 CIS 241: Introduction to Web Development-3 CIS 230: Internship-3 CS 123: Programming Fundamentals-3

Computer Applications & Software: 12 hours

CAS 263/263L: MOS Microsoft Word/Lab-4 CAS 274/274L: MOS Microsoft Excel/Lab-4 CAS 284/284L: MOS Microsoft Access/Lab-4 CAS 285/285L: MOS Microsoft PowerPoint/Lab-4

PC SUPPORT TECHNICIAN

Certificate of Completion

17 credit hours

The following certificate prepares the student to enter the field of personal computer systems support. Upon completion of this certificate, the student may choose to complete either the CompTIAA+ Computer Service Technician or the Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician exam. To successfully complete either exam, the student needs a minimal amount of additional, specialized training depending upon which exams they choose to pursue.

BUS 151 Introduction to Business-3

or CAS 241 Business Mathematics-3 CIS 101/101L Fundamentals of Computer Hardware and Software/Lab- 4 CIS 110 Operating Environments-3 CIS 151 Basic Computer Skills-3 ET 110 Survey of Electronics-4

APPLICATION SUPPORT TECHNICIAN

Certificate of Completion

17 credit hours

The following certificate prepares the student to enter the field of personal computer applications support. Upon completion of this certificate, the student may choose to complete the Microsoft Office Specialist exams for the applications of their choosing. To successfully complete an exam, the student needs a minimal amount of additional, specialized training depending upon which applications they choose to pursue.

BUS 151 Introduction to Business

or CAS 241 Business Mathematics-3 CIS 110 Operating Environments-3 CIS 151 Basic Computer Skills-3

Computer Applications & Software: 8 hours

CAS 263/263L MOS Microsoft Word/Lab-4 CAS 274/274L MOS Microsoft Excel/Lab-4 CAS 284/284L MOS Microsoft Access/Lab-4 CAS 285/285L MOS Microsoft PowerPoint/Lab-4

CONSTRUCTION TRADES

Associate of Applied Science

67 credit hours

The Construction Trades program at ENMU-Ruidoso is designed as an apprenticeship model. Students eligible to attend the college are welcome to participate in the program but certain classes require a student to be employed by a local licensed contractor. ENMU-Ruidoso will facilitate placement of


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Ruidoso

Branch

Community College


candidates with local contractors. The Construction Trades program is a two-year course of study culminating in an Associate of Applied Science degree at ENMU-Ruidoso. It offers the student a blend of employability, construction, and business skills to prepare him/her for a successful career in the construction industry. The program also offers students an opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge in the workplace through an internship while addressing the staffing needs of builders in Lincoln County and the surrounding area.

General Education Requirements 16 hours

BUS 151: Introduction to Business-3 ENG 102: English Composition-3 MATH 107: Intermediate Algebra-3 PHYS 113:Survey of Physics-4 Any approved Arts or Humanities class-3

Institutional Requirement 3 hours

UNIV 101: Freshman Seminar-3

Related Requirements 11 hours

CIS 151: Basic Computer Skills-3 CNST 101(A): Math for Construction Trades-3 CNST 102(A): Tool and Equipment Safety-1 CNST 103(A): Employability Skills-1 CNST 104(A): Introduction to Engineering-1 CNST 205(A): First Aid w/ CPR-2

Technical Requirements 37 hours

CNST 294(A): Co-op/Internship Training*- 8 CNST 111(A): Basic Woodworking for Constructors*- 3 CNST 121(A): Blueprint Reading*- 1 CNST 131(A): Construction Estimating*- 3 CNST 141(A): Residential Building Construction I*- 3 CNST 222(A): Drafting for Constructors*- 3 CNST 242(A): Residential Building Construction II*- 3 CNST 251(A): Surveying for Constructors*- 3 CNST 261(A): Residential Plumbing*- 3 CNST 271(A): Residential Wiring*- 3 WELD 110: Introduction to Welding- 4

APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

Certificate of Completion

49 credit hours

This apprenticeship program is a relationship between an employer and an employee during which the worker, or apprentice, learns a trade. This program covers most aspects of the trade and includes a minimum of both 1600 hours (200 days) of on-the-job training and 213 hours (16 credits) of related instruction per year. Related instruction generally takes place in a classroom and covers the techniques of the trade as well as the theory behind the techniques. It includes detailed discussion of how typical tasks are performed and the safety precautions that must be taken. Classes, which are taught by

experienced craft workers and other skilled persons, require the study of trade manuals and educational materials.

First Semester:

CNST 294: Co-op/Internship Training*-4 CNST 101: Math for Construction Trades-3 CNST 102: Tool and Equipment Safety-1 CNST 103: Employability Skills-1 CNST 111: Basic Woodworking for Constructors*-3

Second Semester:

CNST 294: Co-op/Internship Training*-4 CNST 121: Blueprint reading*-1 CNST 131: Construction Estimating*-3 CNST 141: Residential Building Construction I*-3 CNST 104: Introduction to Engineering-1

Third Semester:

CNST 294: Co-op/Internship Training*-4 CNST 205: First Aid w/ CPR-2 CNST 222: Drafting for Constructors*-3 CNST 242: Residential Building Construction II*-3

Forth Semester:

CNST 294: Co-op/Internship Training*-4 CNST 251: Surveying for Constructors*-3 CNST 261: Residential Plumbing*-3 CNST 271: Residential Wiring*-3

*Student must be participating in the Construction Trades Apprenticeship Program and be actively employed in the construction industry to enroll in this class.

(A) Classes included in the Construction Trades Apprenticeship Program.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Associate of Arts Degree

65 credit hours

The AA in Criminal Justice transfers to a Bachelor of Arts or Sciences (BA/BS) Degree program at ENMU. The Criminal Justice Associate of Arts degree program prepares graduates to begin careers in law enforcement, corrections, probation, and/or juvenile corrections. This curriculum can serve as a terminal occupational degree program for students seeking immediate employment in the private sector or in government agencies at the local, state, or national level. The balanced liberal arts emphasis of this degree, which includes the study of law, criminal justice, social sciences, humanities, behavioral sciences, natural sciences, and general education courses, can apply toward a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or other majors at several of New Mexico’s four-year state universities. Students who plan to transfer to an upper-level institution should consult catalogs and advisors at those institutions to determine transferability of all courses taken at ENMU-Ruidoso. Students who have successfully completed a New Mexico Department of Public Safety basic or NMDPS-approved satellite


ENMU





Ruidoso

Branch

Community College


police certification training academy will receive credit for CJ102, CJ 202, CJ 215 and CJ 289 upon provision of an official transcript. Students who have successfully completed the New Mexico Department of Corrections correctional officer basic training academy will receive credit for CJ 102 and CJ 203 upon provision of an official transcript.

General Education Requirements 35 hours

CIS 185: Introduction to Computer Information Systems-3

or CIS 151: Basic Computer Skills-3 ENG 102: English Composition-3 ENG 104: English Composition and Research-3

or ENG 233: Technical Writing-3 HIST 101: Survey of American History to 1877-3

or HIST 102: Survey of American History Since 1877-3 HPE 141: Exercise and Wellness Education-2 MATH 107: Intermediate Algebra-3 MATH 119: College Algebra-3 STAT 213: Statistical Methods-4

Fine Arts: 3 hours

ART 131: Art Appreciation-3 ART 165: Art History I-3 ART 166: Art History II-3 ENG 275: The Motion Picture-3 MUS 113: Music Appreciation-3 THTR 111: Introduction to Theatre Arts-3

Life Science: 4 hours

BIOL 113/113L: Biology for General Education/Lab-4 BIOL 151/151L: General Biology I/Lab-4 BIOL 151/152L: General Biology II/Lab-4

Physical Science: 4 hours

CHEM 121/121L: Survey of General Chemistry/Lab-4 CHEM 151/151L: General Chemistry I/Lab-4 CHEM 152/152L: General Chemistry II/Lab-4 GEOL 151/151L: Physical Geology/Lab-4 GEOL 152/152L: Historical Geology/Lab-4 GEOL 222/222L: Planetology/Lab-4 PHYS 141/141L: Astronomy/Lab-4 PHYS 151/l51L: General Physics I/Lab-4 PHYS 152/152L: General Physics II/Lab-4 PHYS 202/202L: General Physics II/Lab-4

Institutional Requirement 3 hours

UNIV 101: Freshman Seminar-3

Technical Course Requirements 12 hours

CJ 101/Soc 102: Introduction to Criminal Justice-3

Criminal Justice: 9 hours

CJ 205: Criminal Procedures-3 CJ 225: Gangs in American Society-3 CJ 233: Juvenile Justice-3 CJ 234: Victimization in American Society-3 CJ 235: Laws of Evidence-3 CJ 284: American Judicial Systems-3 CJ 287: Criminal Law-3 CJ 293: Topics in Criminal Justice-3 CJ 294: Practicum-3

Related Requirements 15 hours

COMM 101: Interpersonal Communication-3 or COMM 102: Public Speaking-3

PSCI 102: American National Government-3 PSCI 202: Introduction to State and Local Government-3 PSY 101: Introductory Psychology-3 SOC 212: Contemporary Social Issues-3

EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION

Associate of Arts Degree

67-68 credit hours

The Associate of Arts in Early Care and Education is designed to prepare individuals in a variety of settings, especially in day care. The program includes general education and child development courses compatible with pursuing a bachelor degree with a major and licensure in teaching Early Childhood Education.

General Education Requirements 35 – 36 hours

Communication: 9 hours

ENG 102: English Composition-3 ENG 104: English Composition and Research-3 COMM 101: Interpersonal Communications-3

or COMM 102: Public Speaking-3

Fine Arts: 3 hours

ART 131: Art Appreciation-3 ART 165: Art History I-3 ART 166: Art History II-3 DNC 101: Introduction to Dance-3 MUS 113: Music Appreciation-3 THTR 111: Theater Appreciation-3

Humanities: 6 hours

3 hours from the following:

HIST 101: Survey of Am History to 1877-3 HIST 102: Survey of Am History since 1877-3 HIST 121: Survey of Western Civilization I-3 HIST 122: Survey of Western Civilization II-3

3 hours from the following:

ENG 201: Types of Literature-3 ENG 211: Introduction to Literature-3 ENG 221: British Literature Survey I-3 ENG 222: British Literature Survey II-3 HUM 221: Introduction to World Humanities-3 HUM 222: Introduction to Modern World Humanities-3 PHIL 201: Introduction to Philosophy-3 PHIL 202: Introduction to Logic-3 PHIL 211: Ethics-3 REL 101: Old Testament Survey-3 REL 103: New Testament Survey-3 SPAN 101: Beginning Spanish-4 SPAN 102: Continuation of Beginning Spanish-4


ENMU





Ruidoso

Branch

Community College


SPAN 201: Intermediate Spanish-3

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

SPAN 202: Continuation of Intermediate Spanish-3

Certificate of Completion

38 credit hours

Life Science: 4 hours

BIOL 110/110L: Wildlife and Fisheries Science/Lab-4 BIOL 113/113L: Biology for General Ed/ Lab-4 BIOL 151/151L: General Biology I/ Lab-4 BIOL 152/152L: General Biology II/ Lab-4 BIOL 209/209L: Anatomy & Physiology I/ Lab-4 BIOL 210/210L: Anatomy & Physiology II/ Lab-4 BIOL 214/214L: Microbiology/ Lab-4 BIOL 266226L: Rocky Mountain Life Zones/ Lab-4

Mathematics: 3 hours

MATH 107: Intermediate Algebra-3 MATH 113: Mathematics for General Education-3 MATH 119: College Algebra-3 MATH 261: Mathematical Concepts I-3

Physical Science: 4 hours

ANTH 245/245L: Introduction to Archaeology/ Lab-4 CHEM 121/121L: Survey of General Chem/ Lab-4 CHEM 151/151L: General Chem I/ Lab-4 CHEM 152/152L: General Chem II/ Lab-4 GEOL 113/113L: The Geological Environment/ Lab-4 GEOL 123/123L: Earth Resources/ Lab-4

Social Science: 6 hours

PSY 201: Child Psychology-3

3 hours from the following:

ANTH 123: New Mexico – Enchanted Lands and Diverse Cultures-3 ANTH/GEOG 233: People and Cultures of the World-3 ANTH 243: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology-3 ECON 221: Principles of Macro Economics-3 PSCI 101: Introduction to Political Science-3 PSCI 102: American National Government-3 SOC 101: Introductory Sociology-3 SOC 212: Contemporary Social Issues-3 SOC 215: Marriage and the Family-3

Institutional Requirement 3 hours

UNIV 101: Freshman Seminar-3

Program Requirements 29 hours

CD 101: Professionalism-2 CD 102: Child Growth, Development, and Learning-3 CD 104/L: Curriculum Development and Implementation I/

Practicum-5 CD 106: Guiding Young Children-3 CD 107: Nutrition in Early Childhood-2 CD 108: Family and Community Collaboration-3 CD 110/L: Curriculum Development and Implementation II/

Practicum-5 CD 208: Assessment of Children and Evaluation of Programs-3 EDF 222: Structured Observations of Teaching-3

CD 101: Professionalism -2 CD 102: Child Growth, Development -3 CD 104: Curriculum Development and Implementation I-3 CD 104L: Curriculum Development and Implementation I ........

Practicum -2 CD 105: Health and Safety and Nutrition -2 CD 106: Guiding Young Children -3 CD 103: The School-Age Child and Adolescent -3 CD 108: Children, Families, and Society -3 CD 109: Child Development Assistant Practicum -3 CD 110: Curriculum Development and Implementation II -3 CD 110L: Curriculum Development and Implementation II ......

Practicum -2 CD 111: Introduction to Children with Special Needs -3 ENG 102: English Composition -3 UNIV 101: Freshman Seminar -3

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-BASIC

Certificate of Occupational Training

8 credit hours

This eight-credit-hour course of study consists of approximately 176 clock hours of classroom and clinical time, providing a solid introduction to the field of pre-hospital emergency medical care. Emphasis is placed on recognition and basic life support treatment of emergency medical and traumatic conditions. After successful completion of the program, the graduate is eligible for the New Mexico Injury Prevention/EMS Bureau’s Exam and the National Registry of EMT’s Exam.

Requirements forAcceptance into the Program

  1. Completion of college admission requirements.

  2. Completion of University Skills Placement Testing.

  3. Students must be sixteen years of age or older at the time of enrollment.

  4. Completion of health guidelines of clinical agencies.

  5. Mandatory drug screening and criminal background checks may be required for all EMT-Basic students prior to entering the clinical areas. This will be scheduled by the EMS faculty. Students should contact their instructor for details. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening and not have significant criminal offenses to remain in the program. Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in the Student Handbook.


EMS 101: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation-1 EMS 111: EMT-Basic-5 EMS 111L: EMT-Basic Practicum-2


ENMU





Ruidoso

Branch

Community College


EMERGENCY MEDICAL Requirements forAcceptance into the Program

1. Completion of college admission requirements.

TECHNICIAN-INTERMEDIATE I

2. Current New Mexico State License as an EMT-Intermediate Certificate of Occupational Training or concurrent enrollment in EMS175, 175L, and 176L. 8 credit hours 3. A grade of “B” or better in EMS 111/111L or successful

completion of the EMS pretest.

This eight-credit-hour course of study consists of 190 (minimum) clock hours of classroom and clinical time. The curriculum includes patient assessment, intravenous and fluid therapy, respiratory emergencies with special emphasis on advanced airway management, drug therapy and management of the traumatized patient. This program is based on the New Mexico EMS Minimal Curriculum Standard. Upon successful completion of the program the graduate is eligible to take the New Mexico Injury Prevention/EMS Bureau Licensing Exam.

Requirements forAcceptance into the Program


1. Completion of college admission requirements.


2. Current New Mexico State License as an EMT-Basic.


3. A grade of “B” or better in EMS 111/111L or successful completion of the EMS pretest.


4. Completion of University Skills Placement Testing.


5. Completion of health guidelines of clinical agencies.


6. Current CPR Certification.


7. Mandatory drug screening and criminal background checks are required for all EMT-Intermediate students prior to entering the clinical areas. This will be scheduled by the EMS faculty. Students should contact their instructor for details. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening and not have significant criminal offenses to remain in the program. Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in the Student Handbook.




EMS 175: EMT-Intermediate I-6 EMS 175L: EMT-Intermediate I Practicum Lab-1 EMS 176L: EMT-Intermediate I Clinical Practicum-1

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-INTERMEDIATE II (NATIONAL STANDARD CURRICULUM)

Certificate of Occupational Training

8 credit hours

This eight-credit-hour course of study consists of 210 (minimum) clock hours of classroom and clinical time and is a continuation of the EMT-Intermediate I level. The curriculum builds on the knowledge and skills acquired in the New Mexico EMT Intermediate I level and provides the additional knowledge and skills to meet the EMT-Intermediate: National Standard Curriculum. Included in this program are the areas of advanced pharmacology, invasive airway management, advanced cardiac management, and comprehensive patient assessment. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will be eligible to take the National Registry of EMT’s EMT-Intermediate Exam.

  1. Completion of the University Skills Placement Testing.

  2. Completion of health guidelines of clinical agencies.

  3. Current CPR Certification.

  4. Mandatory drug screening and criminal background checksare required for all EMT-Intermediate students prior toentering the clinical areas. This will be scheduled by the EMSfaculty. Students should contact their instructor for details.Students must pass the mandatory drug screening and nothave significant criminal offenses to remain in the program.Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in the Student Handbook.




EMS 195: EMT-Intermediate II (NSC)-5 EMS 195L: EMT-Intermediate II Practicum Lab (NSC)-1 EMS 196L: EMT-Intermediate II Clinical Practicum (NSC)-2

GENERAL STUDIES

Associate of Arts Degree

64-65 credit hours

The Associate of Arts in General Studies provides students flexibility in creating a program of study focused on individual academic or career interests. The general education component includes courses transferable into many liberal arts and sciences two-year or four-year degree plans and elective hours from one or more academic areas that may be used towards a major, minor, or emphasis area in some two-year or four-year programs. Students who wish to pursue the General Studies degree plan are encouraged to work with an academic advisor in order to insure that elective course selections are well suited to the student’s academic or career objectives.

General Education Requirements 35-36 hours, See page 27 (Degree Requirements)

Institutional Requirement 3 hours

UNIV 101: Freshman Seminar-3

Electives (25-26 hours) It is recommended that at least 15 hours be in one area of concentration within the Liberal Arts and Sciences. The final 15 hours must be completed at ENMU-Ruidoso.


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Ruidoso

Branch

Community College


HOSPITALITY & TOURISM

Associate of Applied Science 67 credit hours required

This program is designed to equip the student with the skills and knowledge needed to enter one of the primary and fastest growing industries in the region. The program is designed with multiple career pathways so the student may decide to pursue one or more certificates, a general associate degree, or a specialized associate degree. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism has four possible areas of concentration:

  • Resort & Hotel Management

  • Food & Beverage Management

  • Culinary Arts

  • General Hospitality Management. The degree plan includes courses in general education, basic business knowledge, and practical hospitality and tourism skills to equip the student with the background necessary for a variety of managerial positions. The Certificates of Completion are designed to provide the student with the specific skills needed for a successful entry into the hospitality and tourism industry and to prepare them for certification by the American Hotel and Lodging Association. Courses will be taught in a variety of formats including on-line and face-to-face daytime and evening classes to accommodate the non-traditional schedules of students in this industry.

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