Food & Beverage Mgmt Certificate - 20 credits
Why Choose a Food & Beverage Management Certificate
This program will give individuals valuable experience in the Food and Beverage industry. This is a field of study that provides options for an immediate entry into the workforce, or the ability to move on to a four-year program.
People who have worked in Food and Beverage Management typically perform the following tasks:
- Oversee execution of organizational or program policies
- analyze menus
- analyze recipes
- use knowledge of food handling rules
- use government regulations
- use health or sanitation standards
- following nutritional practices
- conduct nutritional or food programs
- coordinate banquets, meetings or related events
- determine food and or beverage costs
Normandale's Hospitality Management Program is nationally accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Careers in Food and Beverage Management
Projected Job GrowthEmployment of food service managers is projected to show little or no change from 2012 to 2022. Jobseekers with a combination of long-term work experience in food service and a degree in hospitality, restaurant, or food service management will have the best job opportunities.
Types of Jobs
Job title examples for Food and Beverage managers included:
- Banquet Manager
- Food Service Director
- Food Service Manager
- Catering Manager
- Director of Food and Beverage
- Food Service Supervisor
- Kitchen Manager
- Restaurant General Manager
Average State PayThe average pay in food and beverage management positions in the state of Minnesota is $21.61 per hour ($44,950 annually) according to ISeek.org
Food Service Managers work for businesses that serve food or drinks. They plan or direct the food-preparing or serving activities.
Certificate in Food & Beverage Management
Associate's in Applied Science in Hospitality Management with a certificate in Food and Beverage Management.
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Hospitality Management certificates may be completed by students working toward an AAS in Hospitality Management or as stand alone certificates. This certificate is appropriate for the student who wants new skills to obtain a better job, needs new skills for a job upgrade or promotion, or wishes to gain management skills in their current career to change careers.
Required Courses - 20 credits
|HSMA 1103||Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management||4|
|HSMA 2096||Hospitality Management Internship||2-4|
|or HSMA 2097||Senior Hospitality Internship||4|
|or HSMA 2098||International Internship||4|
|HSMA 2144||Food/Beverage Management and Cost Control||4|
|HSMA 2150||Revenue Management in Hospitality and Tourism||4|
|HSMA 2173||Convention and Meeting Planning Management||4|
Other Certificate Requirements
- Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 for college-level coursework (courses numbered 1000 and above) completed at Normandale.
- Earn at least one third of the required certificate credits from Normandale.