Montgomery County Community College

A guaranteed path to success

Take advantage of the agreement that allows you to start at Montgomery County Community College 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 Montgomery County Community College and how they transfer to FIU, you can stay on track and graduate on time. The guidance offered by both MCCC and FIU advisors reinforces transfer readiness and makes the transition easier.

MCCC courses

FIU equivalent

HOS 111 Introduction to Hospitality Management

HFT 1000

CUL 114/HOS 114 Food and Beverage Operations

General Elective

HOS 160 Meetings, Conventions, and Conference Management

General Elective

HOS 170 Tourism and Hospitality Sales

General Elective

HOS 210 Sustainable Hospitality and Tourism Management

General Elective

HOS 222 Nature, Sport, and Destination Tourism Management

General Elective

HOS 230 Entrepreneurship, Product, and Concept Development in the Hospitality Industry

General Elective

HOS 251 Principles of Tourism, Hotel, and Casino Management

General Elective

HOS 260 Legal Issues in Tourism and Hospitality

General Elective

HOS 270 Innovation and Leadership in Tourism Management

General Elective

HOS 297 Cooperative Internship in Tourism Management

General Elective*

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. 

*Work hours completed will be applied towards the required work experience prior to the internship. The FIU Advanced Internship course will still be required.