Hospitality & Tourism

Hospitality & Tourism encompasses the management, marketing and operations of restaurants and other food services, lodging, attractions, recreation events and travel-related services.

There should be a greater need for chefs and head cooks as the population grows and people’s incomes increase. It is becoming more common for consumers to demand healthier food at restaurants, cafeterias, and grocery stores, so experienced chefs will be needed to help prepare these meals. Recreation workers lead leisure activities in recreation facilities, including playgrounds, parks, camps, and aquatic centers. As more resources are put toward fighting childhood obesity, more recreation workers will be needed to help guide children through physical activities. The need for food service managers is expected to increase because people will continue to eat out during this time period, so managers will be needed to supervise food establishments.

Middle School Courses

No Courses at this time

High School Courses

  1. Culinary Arts I & II: # 8275, #8276 (ACE)
  2. Hospitality, Tourism, & Catering: #8139 (ACE)
  3. Tourism, Marketing, Sales, & Catering: #8169 (ACE)
  4. Introduction to Culinary Arts: #8250
  5. Sports and Entertainment Marketing I & II: #8175, #8177
  6. Sports and Entertainment Marketing II Honors: #8177, #8177V