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José A. (Tony) Santana International School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts
José A. (Tony) Santana
International School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts
 

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

The José A. (Tony) Santana International School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts offers a certificate in Culinary Arts, associate degrees in Hotel Operations and Culinary Arts, Bachelor Degrees in Hotel Management, Event and Conventions Planning, and Culinary Management. Students also have the option of choosing among two majors to pursue specialized hospitality and tourism studies: Hotel Management and Events and Convention Planning.

PROGRAMS DESCRIPTION

CERTIFICATES

Certificate in Culinary Arts – CIP CODE: 12.0500
This three semester program was designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to become a professional in the field of food production and preparation. It prepares students for entry-level service careers in the food service industry. Students use our culinary arts laboratories to practice, create, and innovate with hands-on experience. A practicum experience of 500 hours is required in a restaurant or hotel setting.

OCCUPATIONAL CODES LINKS FOR OCCUPATIONAL CODES

35-1011.00
Chefs and Head Cooks

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-1011.00

35-2013.00
Cooks

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-2013.00

35-2012.00
Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-2012.00

35-2019.00
Cooks, All Other

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-2019.00

35-2011.00
Cooks, Fast Food

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-2011.00

35-2015.00
Cooks, Short Order

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-2015.00

COST OF STUDYNG
$9,996.50 (subject to change)*
*(tools, books, and uniforms are considered and included)


ASSOCIATE DEGREES

Associate Degree in Culinary Arts – CIP CODE: 12.0503.00
The Associate Degree program in Science in Culinary Arts combines a supervisory base with professional and concentration courses, Food and Beverage, Menu Planning, Purchasing, Garde Manger, Baking and Pastry, Cooking Methods and International Cuisine. Emphasis is placed on hands-on practice and the development of specialized skills for work in the field. This program offers options that prepare the student for advancement into entry-level management positions. One Practicum is required of 500 hours.

OCCUPATIONAL CODES LINKS FOR OCCUPATIONAL CODES
35-2014.00
Prep Cook, Banquet Cook,
Assistant Chef Line Cook, Cook
http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-2014.00

COST OF STUDYING
$21,553.00 (subject to change)*
*(tools, books, and uniforms are considered and included)

 

Associate Degree in Hotel Operations** – CIP CODE: 52.0904
The Associate Degree in Hotel Operations is a four semester major designed to prepare students for entry-level managerial positions in the hospitality industry. The curriculum places heavy reliance on experience acquired through a 500 hour Internship in a lodging property. Students who achieve outstanding records may, upon completing this program, apply for admission to the Bachelor degree major in our School.

OCCUPATIONAL CODES LINKS FOR OCCUPATIONAL CODES
43-4081.00
Front Desk Clerk,
Front Desk Supervisor,
Front Desk Agent
http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/43-4081.00

COST OF STUDYING
$15,908.00 (subject to change)


BACHELORS

Bachelor in Culinary Management – CIP CODE: 12.0504
This bachelor program is ideal for those students who want to manage its own business, restaurant or kitchen. This program will combine the professional and concentration courses of culinary arts and the managerial function required to operate and manage a kitchen, restaurant or a food service operation. Emphasis is given in cost control and increasing profits, sales and marketing and personnel administration. This program requires two practicum opportunities, for a total of 800 hours.

OCCUPATIONAL CODES LINKS FOR OCCUPATIONAL CODES
35-1011.00
Chef, Head Cook, Sous Chef,
Kitchen Manager,
Food & Beverage Director,
Executive Chef
http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-1011.00

COST OF STUDYING
$32,724.00 (subject to change)*
*(tools, books, and uniforms are considered and included)

 

Bachelor in Hospitality Management
This bachelor program is designed to prepare students for direct entry into the hospitality management field. The curriculum reflects world trends in hospitality management through core and specialization courses. This program requires one practicum opportunity of 500 hours of field experience to enhance the student’s education. Our Bachelor degree prepares people with the expertise, commitment and skills for management, operational and support positions in the ever-changing hospitality industry. Students have the option of choosing among two majors to pursue specialized hospitality and tourism studies.

A) Major in Hotel Management – CIP CODE: 52.0901
Students learn to perform management functions through related coursework in Rooms Division Management, Revenue Management, Accounting, Hospitality Sales and Marketing, and Casino Operations, among others. This program requires one practicum opportunity of 500 hours of field experience to enhance the student’s education.

OCCUPATIONAL CODES LINKS FOR OCCUPATIONAL CODES
11.9081.00
Front Office Manager,
Night Manager, Resort Manager,
Hotel Manager, Front Desk Manager,
Rooms Director
http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-9081.00

COST OF STUDYING
$26,421.00 (subject to change)

 

B) Major in Event and Convention Planning – CIP CODE: 52.0907
Students learn to perform management functions through related coursework in Special Events Management, Convention Sales, Exhibits and Trade Show Management, Convention and Events Planning Logistics, and Catering Sales and Operations, among others. This program requires one practicum opportunity of 500 hours of field experience to enhance the student’s education.

OCCUPATIONAL CODES LINKS FOR OCCUPATIONAL CODES
13-1121.00
Convention Manager,
Catering Manager, Events Manager,
Conference Manager,
Director of Events
http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/13-1121.00

COST OF STUDYING
$26,096.00 (subject to change)


**Core Courses are offered in English.

 

Admission Requirements
Admission Application

Official High School or University Transcript
These are in addition to the general admissions requirement at UNE:

  • High School grade point average of 2.0 for Certificate programs
  • High School grade point average of 2.5 for Associate programs
  • High School grade point average of 2.75 for Bachelor programs
  • Bachelor Degrees have an additional requirement:
    • College Board results of at least 450 in each area: Spanish, English, and Mathematics

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For more information, please call:
(787) 257-7373 exts. 3001
Email: zgalarza@suagm.edu
Visit us at: www.suagm.edu/hospitality

 

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