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Guided Pathways

Hospitality Management, AS-T (CSU) S0451

Program: S0451
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Suggested Sequence of CourseworkIndicates Courses Offered Online
Fall Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
HRM 51 Introduction to Hospitality 3.0
ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0
CSU ARTS CSU GE C1 Arts Crse 3.0
CSU SELF CSU GE E Lifelong n SelfDev cr 3.0
Total:   13.0
Winter Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0
SPCH 2 (or) Survey Communication Studies
SPCH 8 (or) Professional Speaking
Total:   4.0
Spring Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU HUM CSU GE C2 Humanities Crse 3.0
MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 3.0
BUSC 1B Princip of Econ-Microeconomics 3.0
HRM 52 (or) Food Safety and Sanitation
HRM 59 (or) Intro to Food & Beverage Mgmnt
HRM 66 (or) Hospitality Law
HRM 70 (or) Introduction to Lodging
CUL 102 (or) Professional Cooking I
BUSA 7 Prin of Accounting - Financial 3.0
BUSL 18 (or) Business Law
HRM 57 (or) Hospitality Cost Control
HRM 64 (or) Financial Accounting
HRM 91 (or) Hospitality Work Experience
MATH 110 (or) Elementary Statistics
Total:   12.0
HRM 57, 64 or 91 BUSC 1B requires completion of BUSC 1A CUL 102 requires completion of HRM 52 Complete 7-8 units: BUSA 7, BUSL 18, Math 110 Complete 8-9 units: BUSC 1B, HRM 52, 59, 66, 70 or Cul 102
Summer Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU AMIST CSU GE American Institutions 3.0
Total:   3.0
Fall Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU CRTTH CSU Area A-3 Crit Thnkg Course 3.0
CSU SCNC1 CSU GE B1 Physical Sc Crse 3.0
BUSC 1B Princip of Econ-Microeconomics 3.0
HRM 52 (or) Food Safety and Sanitation
HRM 59 (or) Intro to Food & Beverage Mgmnt
HRM 66 (or) Hospitality Law
HRM 70 (or) Introduction to Lodging
CUL 102 (or) Professional Cooking I
BUSA 7 Prin of Accounting - Financial 3.0
BUSL 18 (or) Business Law
MATH 110 (or) Elementary Statistics
HRM 57 (or) Hospitality Cost Control
HRM 64 (or) Financial Accounting
HRM 91 (or) Hospitality Work Experience
Total:   12.0
Complete 8-9 units: BUSC 1B, HRM 52, 59, 66, 70 or Cul 102
Winter Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU AMIST CSU GE American Institutions 3.0
CSU ART/H CSU GE C-1 or C-2 Art/Hum Crse 3.0
Total:   6.0
Spring Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU SCNC2 CSU GE B2 Life Sc Crse 3.0
CSU LAB CSU GE B3 Phy/Life Sc Lab Crse 1.0
CSU BEHAV CSU GE D Social Sciences Crse 3.0
CSU ETHS CSU GE Area F Ethnic Studies 3.0
BUSC 1B Princip of Econ-Microeconomics 3.0
HRM 52 (or) Food Safety and Sanitation
HRM 59 (or) Intro to Food & Beverage Mgmnt
HRM 66 (or) Hospitality Law
HRM 70 (or) Introduction to Lodging
CUL 102 (or) Professional Cooking I
Total:   13.0
Complete 8-9 units: BUSC 1B, HRM 52, 59, 66, 70 or Cul 102
Program Notes

AS-T Hospitality Management-CSU Pomona 

Accepts Hospitality Management

AS-T Hospitality Management-CSUsck
Use this link to view other CSUs that accept the AST

https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/transfer/Pages/associate-degree-for-transfer-major-and-campus-search.aspx

 

Effective Fall 2021
Ethnic Studies General Education Requirement (AREA F)

New California law, AB 1460, requires CSU students to take a class in one of four ethnic studies disciplines: Native American studies, African American studies, Asian American studies, or Latina and Latino studies.

All new Fall 2021 community college CSU-transfer bound students will be required to complete the new general education requirement Mt. SAC refers to it as the Fall 2021 CSU General Education Breadth requirements.

What are the area F-Ethnic Studies course options?

Area F courses are yet to be identified-June 2022. Check the Mt. SAC General Education (CSU) website site for updates

 

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