Hospitality Services Management
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Students who earn an associate degree in Hospitality Administration/Management will have completed the first two years of the four-year Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management degree offered by the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University. Enrollment in upper-division HRTM courses requires admission to the School of HRTM.
To complete this associate degree, 69 credits are required, including the general education requirements and lower-division HRTM (or HOST equivalent). Courses may be taken at any NMSU two-year campus and will apply toward this degree. A minimum cumulative grade-point average of 2.0 is also required. The last 15 credits must be completed at DACC.