Hospitality Administration & Management

Join one of the largest industries in Colorado!

The job outlook for hospitality professionals is on the rise and shows no signs of slowing down. According to the US Department of Labor, career opportunities in Colorado’s restaurant and hospitality industry are expected to grow 18% by 2024 - much faster than most industries!

In just five months, you can train to become a lodging manager, a food service manager or concierge representative.

The Hospitality Administration & Management program will partner with local industry leaders in Denver’s thriving hospitality environment to provide opportunities for students to gain real-world experience. Students will enter an embedded internship at a local hotel or restaurant (6 credits total) after their first three courses are complete. Students will learn the fundamentals of the hospitality industry needed for a successful entry-level career in hospitality.

Space is limited. Register today to secure your future in Colorado’s thriving hospitality industry!

Gainful Employment Information

2017-2018 Program Dates

Part-Time (M-F, 12-4 p.m. & M-F, 5-9 p.m.) 

  • Program starting in Fall 2018. 

Program Cost

Earning Potential

Entry-level
Annual Salary = $30,345

Experienced
Annual Salary = $70,312

 

To what types of jobs do these skills apply?

  • Food Service Managers
  • Lodging Managers
  • Concierge

 

What types of companies might hire me?

  • Hotels
  • Convention Centers
  • Resorts
  • Restaurants 

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