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Hospitality Management

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Idaho LAUNCH Eligible Program

Program Description

Hospitality Managers oversee day-to-day operations of tourism industry related fields, particularly the lodging/hotel industry. The student will learn fundamentals of business that are specific to the hospitality industry including guest management, customer service and conflict resolution, sales, office procedures and management, business communication, marketing, and hospitality law. Students who pursue the AAS degree will further their education in human resources, accounting, as well as core objective learning outcomes in English, math, speech, and social sciences.

Graduates Employed or Continuing Education Five-Year Average


Average Idaho Income

$42,780 - $70,070

Degrees Offered

  • Associate of Applied Science Hospitality Management (2 years)

Course Sequence Associate of Applied Science Degree: Hospitality Management

Program Costs

  • Intermediate Technical Certificate Hospitality Management (1 year)

Course Sequence Intermediate Technical Certificate: Hospitality Management

Program Costs

Career Opportunities

  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Event planning and management
  • Casinos
  • Cruise Ships
  • Healthcare and Hospitals
  • Customer Service Management – Retail, Restaurants, Banking
  • Travel and Entertainment Destinations