About this Program
SMCC offers an associate degree that focuses on current best practices in the hospitality industry as well as a core of liberal arts and science courses that prepare you to explore multiple career pathways in the field. At SMCC, you’ll be prepared for employment or you can also continue your education at a four-year college or university. after graduating through one of our seamless transfer options.
Sample Core Courses Include:
- Introduction to Literature
- Introduction to Psychology
- Introduction to Sociology
- Introduction to Human Services
- Crisis Intervention
- Psychosocial and Vocational Rehabilitation
- High Risk Populations
- Human Diversity
- Interviewing and Counseling
- Substance Abuse
- Group Process
- Direct Service Practicum
Southern Maine Community College is...
Take advantage of the lowest tuition and fees in New England, at only $3,820 per year in-state – less than $400 on average for a three-credit class.
Whether your classes end up being on-campus or online, we are ready for you. We have enhanced our online learning systems and training, and our campuses have safety precautions in place.
We are committed to helping you reach your goals. All of our support services from faculty and staff advising and tutoring to career and transfer services, are available to you online and/or in-person.
We have adjusted and found creative solutions for site-visits and internships so that students are still connected with employers.
If you are interested in taking a few courses that can transfer or earning your degree and continuing your education after graduation at a four-year university, SMCC is the perfect place to do so.
Take courses to gain skills to for employment opportunities or earn a degree or certificate that leads to a high-wage career or allows you to transfer and continue on.
Hear from our Students
“I transferred to SMCC after attending a four-year college in New Hampshire. I’m not only saving money but getting a quality education on a beautiful campus.
The hospitality field is broad enough where you can get into multiple things. There’s event planning, airlines, hotels, restaurants, the list goes on. And I love being around people, so this was a perfect fit for me.
The faculty expose us to all the different possibilities in hospitality, and they make sure we get a foot in the door.”
SMCC graduate, Owner of fern & flair
I launched fern & flair Wedding and Events while taking classes in the Hospitality Management program. After graduating with two degrees, in Hospitality and Business, I continued growing my business as a wedding and event planner.
But the biggest thing for me was all the connections I made with people in the industry. Hospitality isn’t something you learn from a textbook, and thankfully our classes weren’t like that.
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Continue your education
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