Link to Kirkwood Community College

Associate of Applied Science degree
Entry time: Fall, Spring

Course
Number
Course
Title
Credit
Hours

First Year - First Semester
  COM-723   Workplace Communications *3
 
OR

 
  ENG-105   Composition I3
  CSC-110   Introduction to Computers3
  HCM-100   Sanitation and Safety2
  HCM-109   Kitchen Essentials1.5
  HCM-138   Food Fundamentals3
  HCM-147   Culinary Techniques1.5
  HCM-260   Hospitality Math *3
 
OR

 
  MAT-140   Finite Math3
  HCM-324   College Orientation - Hospitality1

18

First Year - Second Semester
  HCM-204   Service Techniques3
  HCM-227   Menu Planning1
  HCM-231   Nutrition2
  HCM-279   Hospitality Accounting *3
  HCM-315   Wine, Beer and Spirits Basics3.5
  HCM-321   Intro to Hospitality Industry1
  HCM-330   Hospitality Personnel Management3

16.5

Second Year - First Semester
  BUS-102   Introduction to Business3
 
OR

 
  MGT-300   Intro to Entrepreneurship3
  HCM-213   Service Management4
  HCM-310   Hospitality Law3
  MKT-110   Principles of Marketing3
 
OR

 
  MKT-150   Principles of Advertising3
  MKT-180   Custome Service Strategies1

14

Second Year - Second Semester
  COM-744   Oral Communication in the Workplace *3
 
OR

 
  ENG-106   Composition II3
  FLS-118   Spanish for Professionals: Hospitality3
  HCM-251   Purchasing, Receiving and Inventory2
  HCM-340   Hospitality Events and Catering (Front of House)3
  MGT-145   Human Relations in Management*3
 
OR

 
  PSY-111   Introduction to Psychology3

14


Total Program Hours     62.5


* When transferring to a four-year school, see your advisor for course requirements. Those transferring to a four-year college or university may substitute the following courses:

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology for MGT-145 Human Relations in Management
ENG-105 Composition I1 for COM-723 Workplace Communications
ENG-106 Composition II for COM-744 Oral Communication in the Workplace
ACC-152 Financial Accounting for HCM-279 Hospitality Accounting
MAT-140 Finite Math2 for HCM-260 Hospitality Math

1Enrollment in this course requires a Writing COMPASS score of 70 or above.
2Enrollment in this course requires a College Algebra COMPASS score of 76 or above.