One out of every sixteen people in the world's work force is employed in the 2.5 trillion dollar hospitality and tourism industry. And by the year 2010 those dollars should double.
That's where MCC comes in. Our Department of Food, Hotel, and Tourism Management prepares you for such varied career opportunities as food and beverage manager, chef, training manager, food service consultant, operations analyst, convention and meetings specialist, front office manager, tour leader, travel agent, personnel director, resident manager, sales executive, tour operator, caterer, host or hostess, facility designer, and more.
Our facilities enhance learning. Picture yourself training in an actual 42-seat operating restaurant, backed by a computerized restaurant management system. MCC has it. MCC's multi-million dollar facility also features:
- 3 student kitchens
- Hotel front-office operations lab
- A 35-seat conference and classroom wired for teleconferencing
- Classes in supermarket management (in conjunction with local supermarker chains)
- Kitchen labs and learning labs for hands-on learning
- Cooking and baking facilities
Hospitality education also employs state-of-the-industry computer programs like the SABRE reservation system (which students access via 20 dedicated computer terminals) as well as APOLLO reservation system, Digital Dining, Norstar travel geography planning tool, and a new touch-screen point-of-purchase restaurant management system.
Come visit. Tour the department. Talk with faculty and students. Sit in on classes. When you join us in the fast-paced and exciting world of Hospitality studies, we promise you a rewarding experience.