Build Your Future as a Hospitality Manager

Cypress College’s Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts Department is located at Cypress College. The campus offers generous student support programs, academic and career counseling, and clubs and activities that span diverse interests. The campus is ideally situated near hospitality industry leaders ready to hire our students.  

The Hospitality Management Program offers comprehensive coursework in room operations, revenue management, food and beverage management, special events, purchasing, law, cost control, human resources, and sales and marketing. Hospitality Management coursework emphasizes guest service strategies, effective communication skills, teamwork, leadership, ethics, and critical thinking.  

Students will prepare for careers in the dynamic diverse hospitality industry. Our hands-on learning environment prepares students to become skilled leaders in the hospitality industry.  

Program highlights include:

  • Comprehensive, hands-on and high-quality education
  • Experienced and passionate faculty
  • Cypress Bistro, a student-run restaurant
  • Tours and guest speakers
  • Job opportunities with local hospitality employers
  • University transfer partnerships

Frequently Asked Questions

Hotel Fundamentals Certificate, 15 units
Hospitality Management Certificate of Achievement, 36 units
Associate in Science in Hospitality Management, 60 units
(Students with an associate degree have the option to transfer to a Bachelor in Science in Hospitality Management program.)
Associate in Science in Hospitality Management for Transfer

The program is $46 per unit for California residents, not including books, fees, and supplies. Units vary by course, but the average is three units per course. Unit fees for the 15-unit certificate would be $690; the 36-unit advanced certificate would be $1,656; and the 60-unit associate degree would be $2,760. When considering additional academic support, the ghostwriter kosten also need to be factored into the budget. These costs vary depending on the complexity and length of the projects but can be a worthwhile investment for students needing assistance with their academic writing. Most students also qualify for some form of financial aid.

Most full-time students taking 15 credits per semester can complete a certificate in one to three semesters and an associate in science degree in two years. Students may elect to attend part time as well.

Hospitality management students have many career opportunities. Local partner employers include the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa, Hyatt Regency Orange County, Anaheim Marriott, Fairfield Inn by Marriott, Disneyland Resort Hotels, Great Wolf Lodge, Irvine Marriott, Hyatt Regency Newport Beach, Pelican Hill Resort, Renaissance Newport Beach, Ayers Hotels, Surf and Sand Resort, and many more.

There are no additional requirements to enroll in this program; however, some courses may have prerequisites that can be viewed in the Cypress College Catalog and the Schedule of Classes.