Elizabeth Schaible, Chair
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Thank you for your interest in our degree programs in Hospitality Management.
Hospitality and tourism represent the largest international industry of the 21st century and the vibrant core of the economy of New York City. For over sixty years our graduates have lead successful careers throughout New York City and beyond. They can be found in all areas of the hospitality industry including: Hotels and Resorts, Restaurant Operations, Tourism and Travel Management, Culinary and Pastry Arts, Sales and Marketing and even Culinary Arts Education in New York City High Schools.
Students follow a course of study that leads to a bachelor of technology degree, usually preceded by an associate in applied sciences degree in hospitality management. In addition to taking a broad range of industry-specific courses, our graduates are well educated in the arts and sciences which enhance the overall professional development and individual marketability upon graduation.
The mission of the hospitality management department of New York City College of Technology is to provide students with a hospitality career education that integrates applied management practices and theory with liberal arts and sciences. To fulfill its mission the department will:
1) Offer a comprehensive applied management curriculum;
2) Provide students with the necessary professional and communications skills for successful careers;
3) Foster an understanding of social responsibility through involvement in community service.
The Baccalaureate program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration (ACPHA).
The Hospitality Management Department invites you to explore for yourself the possibility of first-rate practical training combined with theoretical and liberal arts education — at an affordable cost — in the world's most dynamic city.