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Hospitality and Tourism

SC Career Cluster:

Hospitality, Management and Operations

Pathway:

Culinary Arts (CIP CODE: 520905)

Description:

Encompasses the management, marketing and operations of restaurants and other food services, lodging, attractions, recreation events and travel related services. Content provides students the opportunity to acquire marketable skills to include industry credentials. Laboratory experiences simulate commercial food production and service operations.

COURSE 1

Introduction to Culinary Arts

COURSE 2

Culinary Arts 1

COURSE 3

Culinary Arts 2

COURSE 4

Entrepreneurship and/or Intro to Hospitality and Tourism Management

Industry Certification:

ServSafe®; ProStart I

 

SC Career Cluster:

Hospitality & Tourism

Pathway:

Hospitality & Tourism Management (CIP CODE: 520904)

Description:

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses the management, marketing, and operations of restaurants and other food services, lodging, attractions, recreation events, and travel -related services.

COURSE 1

Fundamentals of Web Page Design & Development or Intro to Culinary Arts or Entrepreneurship

or Accounting 1

COURSE 2

Intro to Hospitality & Tourism Management*

COURSE 3

Event & Entertainment Management*

COURSE 4

Travel and Tourism Management

  Industry Certification:   OSHA; Soft Skills Certification

 

CULINARY ARTS MANAGEMENT PATHWAY

Title: Introduction to Culinary Arts Management
Course Code: 572200CW
Unit: 1 unit
Description: Introduction to Culinary Arts provides students in grades 9-12 with exposure to interests, aptitudes, and technical skills providing foundational skills and knowledge for Culinary Arts and/or the food service industry. Topics will include skills needed for the ServSafe® credential and students will also be introduced to Hospitality & Tourism careers.
Schools: BCHS; HHIHS
Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Culinary Arts Management 1

Course Code: 572000CW or 572000CD

Unit: 1 or 2 units                                      

Description: Culinary Arts prepares students for gainful employment and/or entry into postsecondary education in the food production and service industry. Content provides students the opportunity to acquire marketable skills by examining both the industry and its career opportunities. Laboratory experiences simulate commercial food production and service operations.

Schools: BCHS; BJACE; HHIHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

 

Title: Culinary Arts Management 2

Course Code 572100CW or 572100CD

Unit: 1 or 2 units                                      

Description: Culinary Arts 2 is an advanced level course that prepares the serious culinary student for gainful employment and/or entry into postsecondary education. Content provides students the opportunity to acquire marketable skills by examining both the industry and its career options. Students have opportunities to develop skills in workplace settings.

Schools: BCHS; BJACE; HHIHS

Prerequisites: Culinary Arts Mgt 1

 

Title: Entrepreneurship                                                                                  

Course Code:  540000CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course is designed to provide a general overview of the American Enterprise system with special emphasis being placed on small business ownership.  An important part of the course will be development of business and managerial leadership skills as they relate to the functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling a small business.

Schools: BCHS; BHS; BLHS; HHIHS; MRHS; WBECHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

 

HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT PATHWAY

Title: Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management

Course Code:  547800CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course explores the nature, concepts and impact of the hospitality industry. Employability, customer service, and tourism segments are introduced.

Schools: BCHS; BLHS; HHIHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

 

Title: Event and Entertainment Management

Course Code:  547500CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course builds on the skills necessary to plan, design, and execute successful tourism related activities impacting the four major areas of the hospitality industry.  Students can participate in job shadowing activities with a culminating project and portfolio.

Schools: BLHS; HHIHS

Prerequisites: Intro to Hospitality and Tourism Mgt

 

Title: Travel and Tourism Management

Course Code:  547400CW                                                                                       

Unit:    1 unit

Description: This course is designed for students who have decided to pursue a career in the hospitality industry. After completion of this course students will possess the knowledge and skills to advance rapidly in a career or in an institution of higher learning. This course includes career exploration, safety, security, and environmental management, leadership, management, marketing and sales, and an in-depth study of the hospitality and tourism segments. Intensive laboratory and field experiences are integral parts of this course. Articulation or dual credit with post-secondary programs is encouraged.

Schools: BLHS; HHIHS

Prerequisites: Intro to Hospitality and Tourism Mgt

 

 

Title: Lodging Management

Course Code:  547300CW                                                                                       

Unit:    1 unit

Description: Lodging Management is the study of the lodging industry’s history, growth, development and future direction. Students will learn what it takes to provide ideal guest experiences from a management perspective. The course covers front office procedures and interpersonal dynamics from reservations through night audit.

Schools: BLHS; HHIHS

Prerequisites: Intro to Hospitality and Tourism Mgt