Academics

2018/2019 Catalog > Hotel & Restaurant Management > Hospitality Business Management
Please select from the following degrees, which are available for this program of study:

If you have always dreamed of becoming a chef or running a hotel or restaurant, then consider the Hospitality Management Program at Luzerne County Community College.

LCCC's Hospitality Program will help prepare you for a career whether you wish to manage a hotel, run a spa, or operate a restaurant. Students will not only learn how to prepare meals in the service and hospitality management field but understand the business from a financial, economic, marketing and management point of view. Classes are held in the new Joseph A. Paglianite Culinary Institute Building in downtown Nanticoke.

  • Management: property managers, facility managers, rooms managers, executive housekeeper, meeting/conference coordinator, banquet and catering manager, convention services manager, food and beverage director, restaurant manager, director of sales and marketing, tour operators; Entertainment industry: casinos, theaters, stadiums;
  • Food service: schools, universities, hospitals, restaurants, dining clubs, taverns, and fast food operators;
  • Entrepreneur: restaurant or hotel owner, travel or spa agency, bed and breakfast operator, catering company and more.

National career and salary information
https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/lodging-managers.htm
https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/food-service-managers.htm

No faculty associated with this department are listed in the staff directory.

Adjunct Faculty

Kathleen Clemente
kclemente@luzerne.edu * 800-377-5222 x7514
Office: Bldg 30 - Culinary Arts Rm 112

John Kravich
jkravich@luzerne.edu * 800-377-5222 x7517
Office: Bldg 30 - Culinary Arts Rm 106

David Pembleton
dpembleton@luzerne.edu * 800-377-5222 x7284
Office: Bldg 30 - Culinary Arts Rm 104