Hospitality Studies Degree Programs
Certificate of Achievement
The associate degree program in Hospitality Studies is designed to allow students the opportunity to pursue a degree in Culinary Arts or Hotel/Restaurant Management. The program teaches the principles of hospitality management and food preparation. Other Certificates of Achievement include:
- Culinary Skills Certificate
- Culinary and Baking Certificate
- Culinary Arts Supervision Certificate
- Hospitality Service Career Certificate
- Hospitality Pro (Professional) Management
Laboratory classes provide students with experience preparing quantities of food. Included are quantity food preparation, gourmet baking, dining room operations, food and beverage purchasing and controls, front office procedures, human resources, and industry economics.
HFCC has articulation agreements with the following institutions to ensure that graduates can pursue a bachelor's degree without credit loss.
- Davenport University
- Eastern Michigan University
- Lawrence Technological University
- Madonna University
- Siena Heights University-Metropolitan Detroit Program
- University of Michigan-Dearborn
- Walsh College
- William Tyndale College
Students wishing to transfer should consult the articulation guides available in the Counseling Office to select appropriate courses for the institution to which they plan to transfer.
**Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management. Students may transfer according to the Articulation Agreement-90 credits at HFCC and complete 40 credits at Madonna University.
The Culinary Arts program is fully accredited through the American Culinary Federation. The Hospitality Studies Programs are accredited by the Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association.
For more information about the Hospitality Studies Program at Henry Ford Community College contact the Program Manager (313) 317-1572 or firstname.lastname@example.org.