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Business & Hospitality

Explore areas such as business, hotel-motel-restaurant management, hospitality and culinary, and real estate.

The business and hospitality pathway at Wor-Wic Community College has many options for students interested in entering or advancing their careers in the fields of accounting, business, hospitality, human resources, real estate and a variety of other areas.

There are both short-term opportunities to begin work quickly, and long-term certificate and degree options which take several semesters to complete. While the primary focus of the programs in the pathway is career training, some of the majors also transfer to four-year institutions for further study.
Explore the pathway options below. Want more information? Complete a request for information and our outreach coordinator will be in touch.

Devon Kramer
“My major is Hotel/Motel/Restaurant Management. I chose this program because I am highly interested in the catering side of event planning. I have a great love for food and people which has stemmed from living in Ocean City along with various other places.”
Devon Kramer

Careers and Salary

Some of the jobs and salaries below can be obtained with less than two years of study. Others require a bachelor’s degree or more:
TitleMedian hourly earnings in our region per hour
Buyer & Purchasing Agent$29.47
Chef & Head Cook$26.62
Food Service Manager$30.99
Human Resources Specialist$30.38
Marketing Specialist28.05
Real Estate Agent23.27

To explore employment in our region and salaries, go to Career Coach.

Paying for Your Education

Financial assistance is available for your business and hospitality education pathway. You can review what the college has to offer on the Pay for College section of this site. Scholarships are available for students in some programs and more information can be found on our Institutional Scholarships page.

Getting Involved

Students in this pathway have many opportunities to be involved in campus life outside of their academic work, including Eta Sigma Delta, Wor-Wic’s chapter of the International Hospitality Management Honor Society, and the Pineapple Club, which was created to promote the professional and personal development of hospitality management students. There are also many other clubs and organizations to be involved in as well as student government and other student activities.  For more information, see our Student Activities page.

Business & Hospitality Education Opportunities:

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