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Hospitality Management


The Hotel/Restaurant/Hospitality Program was instituted in 1974 and has evolved to continuously keep pace with the Hospitality industry and the needs of employers and employees.  The department provides the knowledge and skills needed in a rapidly expanding industry.  Students will understand the regulations and standards which govern the hospitality industry and become proficient in food preparation, purchasing and all phases of hospitality management.

Graduates of the Hotel/Restaurant/Hospitality programs are eligible for middle management positions in hotels, restaurants, food service companies and many other related areas of the industry.

Located at the Paramus, the department has programs which include Associate in Applied Science, Associate in Science degrees and several certificate options in both Management and Culinary Arts.

Program features include::

  • Two well equipped kitchens;
  • A formal table-service restaurant on campus (The Bergen Room), where students gain operational experience operating a public restaurant;
  • An informal public cafeteria also operated by the students;
  • Faculty who are experience in all areas of management and Culinary Arts;
  • Day and evening classes.

A limited number of classes also are offered at Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands in Lyndhurst.