Orange Coast College Hotel Management Program



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Orange Coast College

Hotel Management Program


The Hotel Management Program at OCC is designed for employment and/or career advancement within the hospitality industry. Whether an individual is a novice or currently employed in the hotel industry, this program strengthens their opportunity for success within the fastest growing industry in Southern California.
Career opportunities abound as multi-million dollar hotels and resorts continue expansion and building across the U.S. and abroad requiring trained individuals to fill a multitude of varied and exciting positions.
Students may choose from individual courses, and/or six areas of specialization certificates. Students are introduced to the diversified knowledge necessary and expertise preferred to increase their potential for success in employment of and management within the modern hospitality industry.
In addition to the certificates, students are encouraged to complete the requirements for an Associate of Arts Degree. Graduation requirements for Orange Coast College AA degree can be found in the catalog under Options 1, 2, or 3.

Certificates of Achievement

Each area of specialization includes the following 4 core courses. These core courses meet the requirements within all certificates outlined throughout the Hotel Management Program. A grade of ā€œCā€ or better is required, for certification, in all courses.


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Core Courses

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Course Title Number Units Offered

Introduction to Hospitality Hotel 100 3 Fall, Spring & Summer

Guest Relations Hotel 180 3 Fall & Spring
Sanitation & Safety FSM 160 3 Fall, Spring & Summer
Internship I Hotel 116 2 Fall & Spring


The six certificates of specialization, within the HMP at OCC, represent areas of demand identified by industry experts. These areas meet the diverse needs, both technically and theoretically, addressed by projected employment requests and industry researchers.


Guest Service Specialist

Certificate of Achievement
Develop essential skills necessary for advancement and/or employment in a service sector role within the hospitality industry.
Course Units Offered

Core Curriculum 11

Hotel 110 Front Office Operations (3) Fall & Spring

Hotel 282 Hospitality Supervisory Skills Builder (3) Spring

Hotel 240 Hospitality Sales & Marketing (3) Fall

Hotel 270 Hospitality Marketing (1.5) spring



Hotel 279 Hotel Internship II (3) Fall & Spring

Total units for certificate completion 24.5
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Financial Management Specialist

Certificate of Achievement
Provides technical and decision making requisites necessary for advancement and/or employment in an economic role within the hospitality industry.
Course Units Offered

Core Curriculum 11



Hotel 285 Hotel Operations (3) Fall

Hotel 281 Hospitality Management Skills Builder (3) Fall

Hotel 115 Accounting & Night Audit (3) Spring

FSM 240 Math & Accounting (4) Spring

Hotel 279 Internship II (3) Fall, Spring, Summer


Total units for certificate completion 27
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Housekeeping/Rooms Specialist

Certificate of Completion
Develop fundamental skills necessary for advancement and/or employment within the housekeeping and maintenance departments.
Course Units Offered

Core Curriculum 11

Hotel 120 Housekeeping/Maintenance Management (3) Fall

Hotel 290 Hospitality Supervisory Skills Builder (3) Fall



Hotel 279 Hotel Internship II (3) Fall, Spring, Summer

Total units for certificate completion 20
Human Resource Specialist
Certificate of Achievement

Develop insight, decision-making skills, and organizational understanding needed for advancement and/or employment in a human resource role within the hospitality industry.


Course Units Offered

Core Curriculum 11

Hotel 260 Supervision & Training (3) Fall & Spring

Hotel 288 Human Resource Management (3) Fall

Hotel 290 Hospitality Supervisory Skills Builder (3) Fall

Hotel 280 Hospitality Management Skills Builder (3) Fall

Hotel 286 Hotel/Restaurant Law (3) Spring

Hotel 116 Hotel Internship II (3) Fall, Spring, Summer

Total units for certificate completion 29

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Sales / Marketing Specialist

Certificate of Achievement
Develop essential skills necessary for advancement and/or employment in a Sales & Marketing or Event & Meeting Management role within the hospitality industry.
Course Units Offered

Core Curriculum 11

Hotel 285 Hotel Operations (3) Fall

Hotel 240 Hospitality Sales (3) Fall

Hotel 270 Hospitality Marketing (1.5) Spring

Hotel 272 Meeting & Conferences (1.5) Fall

Hotel 271 Corporate Meeting/Event Management (1.5) Spring

Hotel 116 Internship II (3) Fall, Spring, Summer

Total units for certificate completion 21.5








Rooms Operations Specialist

Certificate of Achievement
Expands essential preparation to supervise and manage within operational areas of the rooms division. Procedures and insight are developed, building effective leadership and decision-making skills. Students expand successful communication techniques contributing toward positive guest experiences.


Course Units Offered

Core Curriculum 11

Hotel 110 Front Office Procedures 3 Fall & Spring

Hotel 288 Human Resource Management 3 Fall

Hotel 120 Housekeeping Rooms Management 3 Fall

Hotel 286 Hotel/Restaurant Law 3 Spring

Hotel 115 Accounting/Night Audit 3 Spring

Hotel 290 Hospitality Supervisory Skills 3 Spring



Hotel 116 Internship II 3 Fall, Spring, Summer

Total Units for Completion 32



Professional Meeting & Event Management

Certificate of Achievement

This certificate offers a comprehensive program of study in the profession of meeting and event management. It also provides the training and career development tools with which to enter and prosper in this competitive industry.



CORE COURSES (8 week, on-line instruction)


All four-core courses (6 units) must be completed prior to selecting area(s) of specialization.
Course Units Offered

Hotel 265 Practices & Principles in Event Management 1.5 Fall 1st 8 weeks

Hotel 266 Event/Meeting Coordination 1.5 Fall 2nd 8 weeks

Hotel 270 Hospitality Marketing 1.5 Spring 1st 8 weeks

Hotel 267 Risk Management: Financial, Legal, Ethical 1.5 Spring 2nd 8 weeks

ELECTIVE COURSES (at industry locations, Thursday& Friday evenings & all day Saturday)


Student will select three elective courses (3 units) for certification within an area of specialization.
Course Units Offered

Hotel 271 Corporate Event Management 1 Fall

Hotel 272 Meetings & Conferences 1 Spring


Hotel 273 Sport Event Marketing and Management 1 Fall

Hotel 274 Starting, Growing & Managing an Event Business 1 Fall

Hotel 275 Event Fund Raising 1 Spring

Hotel 276 Exposition/Trade Show Planning/Marketing/Mgmt. 1 Spring

Hotel 277 Wedding Planning Coordination & Consultation 1 Fall

Hotel 278 Catering Design & Coordination 1 Spring



PRACTICUM


Fifty hours of practicum experience with one or more Meeting/Event Management organization is a certificate requirement.
Course Units Offered

Hotel 280 Event Laboratory (100 hours) 2 As needed



Event Management Certification


  • Successfully complete four core courses and three electives, as well as the practicum, comprehensive examination and portfolio, within two years.

  • Complete a minimum of 100 hours of practicum experience with one or more Event Management organization(s).

  • Submit a professional portfolio that documents an actual event you have managed or helped coordinate.

 Pass a comprehensive exam consisting of multiple choice questions and essay covering material from the four core courses.


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