Bachelor of Technology in Hospitality Management

Baccalaureate-level coursework builds on the AAS foundation and offers the tools for professional advancement. Electives allow students to choose an area of focus and explore the multi-faceted world of hospitality management. The BTech degree in hospitality management is an accredited program of the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration (ACPHA).

Students completing the baccalaureate degree will:

Demonstrate enhanced technical and managerial skills within the diverse curriculum offerings of:

  • Hotel and Resort Management
  • Culinary Arts
  • Pastry Arts
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Career and Technology Teacher Education

Develop an expertise within the hospitality management curriculum that will be further enhanced by courses in the College's diverse liberal arts.

Research, analyze and evaluate industry changes and trends incorporating local, national and global perspectives.

Evaluate various service enterprises and the relationship between human resources management and the achievement of organizational objectives within the hospitality and services industries.

Synthesize knowledge, teamwork, interpersonal skills and an appreciation of both classroom and workplace diversity - crucial to managing and succeeding in today's global marketplace.

Students at the baccalaureate level may choose elective courses from any of the following areas of focus: Hotel and Resort Management, Culinary Arts, Pastry Arts, Travel and Tourism, Food and Beverage Management, Career Technical and Teacher Education.

Admissions to the Bachelor of Technology Program

There are many ways a student can enter the Bachelor of Technology program in hospitality management. Students may transfer from the City Tech AAS program in hospitality management before or after completing the AAS degree. Students may enter from other City Tech programs or from other colleges if they meet the College criteria for transfer admission. Transcripts of entering transfer students will be evaluated by the Registrar prior to registration. All students admitted to programs of upper-level study in The City University of New York are first required to meet standards of proficiency in reading, writing and mathematics, demonstrated by passing CUNY skills assessment tests, the CUNY Proficiency Exam (CPE) and/or other prescribed CUNY requirements as may be applicable. Students who do not demonstrate the necessary proficiency upon entry must complete developmental courses. Students who have not achieved proficiency in all three areas will be denied access to hospitality management courses.

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