The Restaurant Management Associate in Science degree prepares students to obtain employment in the restaurant management field as food service unit managers, multi-unit managers, corporate executives, or corporate trainers. Career opportunities for trained personnel are almost limitless.
|Required Core Courses|
|CRM R100||Principles of the Hospitality Industry||3|
|CRM R104||Sanitation and Environmental Control||3|
|CRM R106||Nutrition in Food Service||3|
|CRM R107||Dining Room Service||2.5|
|CRM R109||Management by Menu||3|
|CRM R110||Hospitality and Cost Control||3|
|CRM R112||Food and Beverage Management||3|
|CRM R113||Bar and Beverage Management||3|
|Total Required Major Units||23.5|
|Oxnard College General Education Pattern||29|
|Free Electives Required||7.5|
|Total Units Required for A.S. Degree||60|
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Identify the discipline’s basic content, principles, methodologies and perspectives central to the foodservice industry including segments of the industry and safe food handling
- Demonstrate competencies the ability in operating, disassembling, assembling, and maintenance of foodservice equipment.
- Demonstrate leadership and social responsibility and judgment, in managing people in an industry environment. This also gives students the skills for career advancement and self-improvement.
- Be capable of communicating clearly and effectively with Chefs and Managers through verbal and/or nonverbal messages using industry terminology.