Miami Dade College

A guaranteed path to success

The FIU Connect4Success partnership allows you to start at MDC and finish at FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management. You may complete the program 100% online or on-campus in Miami where our school is just feet away from the beautiful Biscayne Bay. You have the option to either complete the B.S. in Hospitality Management or the B.A. in Global Sustainable Tourism.

The perfect complement

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By knowing exactly what courses to take at MDC and how they transfer to FIU, you can stay on track and graduate on time. The guidance offered by both MDC and FIU advisors reinforces transfer readiness and makes the transition easier.

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Need help? Contact the FIU Bridge Advisor at MDC for more information, or one of the advisors at your respective MDC campus below. 

MDC courses

FIU equivalent

ECO 2013 Principles of Economics (Macro)

ECO 2013

ECO 2023 Principles of Economics (Micro)

ECO 2023

FSS 1202L Food Production 1 + FSS 1202L Food Production 1

FSS 3230C

FSS 2205L – Food Production 3

FSS 4334C

HFT 1000 Intro to Hosp and Tour

HFT 1000

HFT 1210 Human Resources in Hosp + HFT 1220 Comm/Superv Develop + MAN 3301 Human Resources Management

HFT 2220

HFT 2421 Managerial Accounting For Hosp

HFT 2401

HFT 2449 E-Business for the Hosp Industry

HFT 2441

SPC 1017 Introduction to Speech Communication + SPC 2608 Public Speaking

SPC 2608

COURSES BELOW REQUIRE PASSING GRADE OF C OR BETTER

ACG 2071 Managerial Accounting

HFT 4474 *

HFT 2500 Basic Hospitality Market

HFT 3503 *

HFT 2600 Hospitality Law

HFT 3603 *

HFT 2261 Restaurant Management

HFT 3263 *

The courses shown above are not required for entry to the FIU program but are offered as a guide of suggested transferable courses. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all transferable courses. For additional equivalencies, see the Transfer Equivalency Database.

Transfer approvals are subject to change and are at the advisor’s discretion.

*Course will only be waived. Courses waived will need to be replaced by a three-credit upper-division hospitality elective.