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Hospitality Management

The Associate of Science (AS) degree in Hospitality Management offered at Lincoln College of New England educates students in hotel, restaurant, and tourism management. The program emphasizes professionalism, develops students’ practical skills and management techniques, and offers a solid foundation in general education. Internships are essential to the Hospitality Management program.

The combination of intensive professional, practical, and academic training gives our graduates a thorough education in specialized areas. These may include food service management, country club management, travel and tourism, and gaming hospitality management. Students are introduced through the internship program to the many aspects of the vast hospitality and tourism industry. This valuable experience gives our students a real competitive advantage in obtaining employment after graduation.

Upon successful completion of the Hospitality Management Associate degree program, Lincoln College of New England graduates should be able to:

  • Demonstrate desirable, ethical attitudes and work habits: verbal/written communication skills, creative thinking, problem solving, good judgment, self-reliance, team cooperation, acceptance of change, commitment to life-long learning, support of diversity and technology usage
  • Secure an entry level position in the hospitality industry or additional higher education to earn a Bachelor degree
  • Demonstrate desirable attitudes and work habits: verbal/written communication skills, creative thinking, problem solving, good judgment, self-reliance, team cooperation, accepting of change, committing to life-long learning, support of diversity
  • Identify and discuss the differences between various types of lodging properties based on their size, features and benefits, target market and service level
  • Explain the concept of “Target Markets” and discuss the major differences between these markets as they pertain to need and sensitivity
  • Demonstrate the ability to structure basic types of hospitality business plans, including various departmental contributions, labor scheduling, basic facility , marketing and pro forma financial statements, such that revenues exceed expenses
  • Demonstrate professional etiquette and protocol and have the ability to interact with other professionals and the general public
  • Discuss and analyze standard financial statements
  • Manage and control food cost, labor cost and other variable expenses of a professional kitchen
  • Supervise employees in compliance with most common labor laws and regulations

Hospitality Management Careers

The steady growth of the hospitality industry creates a need for well-trained and experienced managers and provides opportunities for professional positions upon graduation. Our Hospitality Management program is designed to train individuals with the core knowledge necessary to successfully enter the field.

In addition to general education and programmatic course works, an emphasis is placed on management development and an appreciation of professionalism and comportment. In addition to lecture and lab classes two internships are required. These prepare students for their careers while adding experience to their résumés. Students are encouraged to research career outlook information through the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics

Hospitality Management: Lincoln College of New England

Hospitality Management - Lincoln College of New England