Restaurant management degrees come in all shapes and sizes.
You can earn an associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree. By attending school on a full-time basis, an associate’s can usually be completed in two years or under, a bachelor’s in four years, and a master’s in two more years. Certificates are also available, which usually take about one year to complete.
A Massachusetts’ chef training or culinary arts program could also lead you on the path to restaurant management, particularly in kitchen management.
Students attending accredited schools are eligible to apply for federal financial aid dollars, including Pell grants and federal student loans, this includes online restaurant management programs.
Hospitality and restaurant management is a broad field. In addition to the different levels of education you can pursue, you can concentrate in different sectors such as:
1. Hospitality management
2. Business and restaurant management
3. Hospitality, travel and tourism
4. Gaming and casino management
Whatever your focus, your program will include certain core courses, such as:
– Kitchen management
– Culinary arts and chef training
– Food purchasing and storage
– Employee supervision guidelines
Are you ready to begin your job preparation in kitchen management or hospitality management?
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