Hotel Management

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With a Hotel Management certification from Nashville State, you will be prepared for a variety of roles within Nashville’s booming hospitality and tourism industry. Start your hotel management career in one year or less.

Technical Certificate

With interactive classes, research projects, and real-world experience, you will gain the business management skills needed to succeed in the hospitality industry. All courses can be applied toward the Hospitality Management A.A.S. degree with a concentration in Hotel Management.


One year


About $4,688 total in tuition and aid.


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After Nashville State

After completing the certificate, you will be prepared to work as a Hotel Department Supervisor, Event Manager, or Sales Assistant. Ask Career Services for help as you begin your job search.


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Campus Availability: Courses for this degree are available at a variety of campus locations and online. To check current course offerings check class schedule.

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Why Choose a Career in Hospitality

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Are you ready for a career in Hospitality? Start at Nashville State Community College. You'll get a solid foundation in Hospitality Management or Culinary Arts. If you like people and have good problem-solving skills, these degree and certificate programs are the way to launch into a new career or reinforce skills of your current one. The Nashville and Middle Tennessee hotel and restaurant industries are booming, and you deserve to be a valuable part of them!

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Credit for What You Know

You may be eligible to earn college credit based on the experience you already have. This experience could come from your job, the military, and more.


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Karen Stevenson

Dean of School of Business and Professional Studies

Room C-237, White Bridge Campus


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Thomas Druffel

Director, Hospitality