Certificate of Proficiency in Food Service Management
12 Credit Hours
As a graduate of ASU Mid-South’s Food Service Management Certificate of Proficiency Program, you will be provided with the technical skills and theories required to pursue diverse careers as line cook, assistant cook, crew leader and food preparation professional in the hospitality and tourism industry including hotels, restaurants, lodging, cruise ships, convention centers, and institutions. Included in the program is a Nutrition and Menu Planning course.
A minimum of grade ‘C’ or better is required for HMGT 1143 Food Service Management. Students may earn one or more industry certifications in ServSafe Manager Food Protection, Controlling Foodservice Costs, and ManageFirst Nutrition.
The college is a member of the National Restaurant Association.[gview file=”https://www.asumidsouth.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Certificate-of-Proficiency-in-Food-Service-Mgmt.pdf”]
Certificate of Proficiency in Hospitality Management
18 Credit Hours
ASU Mid-South’s Hospitality Management Certificate of Proficiency Program provides you with basic skills, practices, and principles required for diverse supervisory and management positions in the hospitality and tourism industry including hotels, lodging, housekeeping, gaming and casino management, convention centers, theme parks, and food services.
A minimum of grade ‘C’ is required for HMGT 1003 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management. Students may earn industry certifications as a Certified Guest Service Professional from the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute and ServSafe Food Protection Manager from the National Restaurant Association.
The college is a member of the Arkansas Hospitality Association, National Restaurant Association, and the American Hotel and Lodging Association.[gview file=”https://www.asumidsouth.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Certificate-of-Proficiency-in-Hospitality-Mgmt.pdf”]
Technical Certificate in Hospitality Management
32-33 Credit Hours
The Food Service Management Technical Certificate Program is designed to provide career-oriented students with the requisite technical skills and theories relevant to a range of supervisory and management level careers in the food service, hotel, and lodging industry. As a graduate of the program, students will be provided with the skills and principles required to launch exciting and rewarding careers in an upward trending service-driven industry.
A minimum of grade ‘C’ or better is required for HMGT 1143 Food Service Management which serves as a pre-requisite for HMGT2064 Principles of Food Preparation. The program includes a technical core of Food Service Management, Food and Beverage Cost Controls, Hospitality Human Resources Management, Principles of Food Preparation, Beverage Management, and Restaurant Layout and Design, leading to industry certifications in ServSafe Food Protection Manager, Hospitality Human Resources Management and Supervision, Controlling Foodservice Costs, Hospitality and Restaurant Management, and ServSafe Alcohol.
The college is a member of the National Restaurant Association.[gview file=”https://www.asumidsouth.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Technical-Certificate-Hospitality-Mgmt.pdf”]
Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality Management
61-62 Credit Hours
The following outline of requirements should be used as a planning worksheet. Students should check course descriptions and prerequisites in planning their courses of study. Not all electives are offered every semester; please consult with Hospitality Management Lead Faculty to make a plan of study Recommended Course Sequence.
The following course sequence assumes that students are unconditionally enrolled at the time of entry and ensures that students will satisfy the college’s core academic and technical requirements within the specified time frame. Students needing developmental course work should refer to the guidelines for Conditional Enrollment.
Note: All students must complete ENGL 1113 English Composition I; either MATH 1104 Applied Technical Math or MATH 1113 College Algebra; COMP 1113 Computer Fundamentals, and HMGT 1003 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management within the first 30 hours of college-level enrollmentASU Mid-South AAS Hospitality Management 2019-2020
ASU Mid-South AAS Hospitality Management 2018-2019
Associate of Science in Hospitality Management
61 Credit Hours
The following list is not the official course list for this program. It is intended to give students an idea of what coursework will be required. Students should note that all courses are not offered every semester. Those who do not complete all required courses in a semester will have to wait for the next scheduled offering of the missed courses.ASU Mid-South AS Hospitality Management 2019-2020
ASU Mid-South AS Hospitality Management 2018-2019