Hotel & Restaurant Management
The places where we gather to eat, relax, or stay all require talented individuals to keep their businesses successful. Discover how we combine the teaching of business with culinary appreciation to prepare you for a career in hotel and restaurant management.
Enhance your Hotel & Restaurant Management skills
In this program, you can:
- Develop quick decision-making skills and an appreciation of customer service—both of which you’ll need for hotel, resort, and casino management
- Study sanitation and safety, event management, leadership and organizational development, hospitality information systems, and more
- Examine front-room and front-office procedures and gain a working knowledge of the kitchen preparation process and other essential behind-the-scenes operations
- Learn from seasoned professionals with hotel and restaurant management experience
As a graduate, you’ll be prepared to pursue entry-level positions in Hotel and Restaurant Management, including:
- Banquet Manager
- Dining Room Manager
- Meeting/Event Planner
Our Career Services team can support you in preparing for and finding the career opportunity that’s right for you.
The courses in the Bachelor’s in Hotel & Restaurant Management are designed to prepare you to pursue a career in your chosen field. All of our courses are built to engage and challenge you through text, video, animation, chat, and more, while also helping you learn relevant industry knowledge and skills.View course listing
The faculty members at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh - Online Division are devoted to empowering you for your future career. Their guidance and mentorship can help you to focus your creative energy and vision toward the skills that matter most in your field—and, as an online student, you’ll be in constant contact with your instructors via email, video, phone, and even chat.
Hotel & Restaurant Management degree requirements
As a prerequisite for admission to The Art Institute of Pittsburgh — Online Division, students must be a high school graduate with a minimum, cumulative, final high school CGPA of 2.0 or higher, or hold a General Education Development GED Certificate, or associate's degree or higher.
Before you start your first course, you’re encouraged to complete an online orientation that introduces you to different features of the online classroom and prepares you for your role as an active learner in our online classes.
See the online classroom in action.
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Minimum technology requirements
- PC: Users should have systems with the following specifications: Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64 processor, Windows 7 with SP 1, 4 GB RAM, 20 GB available hard disk space recommended, 1366 x 768 minimum display resolution (1920x1080 recommended) with 16-bit color, 256 MB VRAM, OpenGL 2.0–capable system.
Windows Users: The two latest releases of Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome are supported.
- Color Inkjet Printer
- Color Flatbed Scanner
- Digital Camera