About Restaurant Management
Food service related businesses are meeting the needs of American consumers who eat one out of four meals away from home More than three-quarters of a billion people patronize eating and drinking establishments that employ over nine million people.
The restaurant specialization is designed to include all types of food services from commercial chain and independent restaurants, non-commercial business and industry food services, and all other types serving food. Graduates may expect to find career opportunities in the fast growing commercial food service industry including specialty restaurants, fine dining, coffee shops, fast food outlets, cafeterias, hotel restaurants, and wholesale food and beverage sales. Other career opportunities include owning one's own business, working for a contract company, leisure food services and catering.