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Columbus State Community
College – Hospitality Management – Columbus, OH
The four majors available include: Chef Apprenticeship, Dietetic Technician, Foodservice/Restaurant Management, and Travel/Tourism/Hotel Management. These majors are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Hospitality Management Programs (CAHM). In addition, the Chef Apprenticeship and Foodservice/Restaurant Management majors are accredited by the American Culinary Federation Foundation Accrediting Commission, while the Dietetic Technician major is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetic Education of the American Dietetic Association (CADE).
These programs enroll over 400 students. Classroom instruction, laboratory practice, and required industry work experiences are combined to prepare graduates for a wide range of employment opportunities. General education and business related courses, in addition to technical courses, provide knowledge and skills that serve as the foundation to success within the industry and throughout life. Courses are offered days, evenings, or on-line.
Columbus State is affordable. Ohio residents are charged an instructional and general fee of $79 per credit hour. Non-Ohio, U.S. residents are charged $175, and International students $210 per credit hour. This does not include textbooks, supplies, lab fees, lodging, food and other personal expenses. Hospitality Management degree requirements range from 101 to 110 credits.
Those not included may request submittal details by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org and a quick posting guideline will be returned via plain text e-mail.
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