A Hospitality program combines the theory and knowledge of degrees in business administration and tourism studies with experiential learning in tourism industry sectors. In the first two years of the program, students will generally build a solid foundation of business knowledge in accounting, economics, marketing, finance, human resources, technology, organizational management and business strategies, amongst others. In addition, students will be introduced to: the structure and dynamics of tourism industries; a more detailed examination of tourism in a country specific context; and the technologies endemic to tourism industry management.

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Chefs, Head Cooks, and Food Preparation and Serving Supervisors
Wage: $38,770
10 Year Growth Rate: 11.5%
Self Employed: 1.2%
Unemployment Rate: 8.7%
Employed Part Time: 29.9%

Education Requirements:
Long-term on-the-job training