Congratulations on taking that important first step in exploring a future in one of the world’s largest and most dynamic industries. SCC’s Hospitality and Tourism Management programs will assist you in developing the business knowledge and skills needed to pursue a challenging and rewarding career. Take a little time to review the the Hospitality & Tourism Viewbook and Advisement Guide for more information about our various degree and certificate programs.
Hotel and Resort Job Fairs
At the beginning of each semester, SCC's Hospitality and Tourism program hosts an industry job fair with 30-40 hotels, resorts, private clubs, and other firms represented. The event provides students with opportunities to meet directly with industry professionals. The job fairs also include a variety of career workshops.
Northern Arizona University
The SCC/NAU Partnership enables students to earn a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management from Northern Arizona University without leaving the Valley of the Sun. Up to 75 credit hours may be transferred from SCC. Upper division courses are offered by NAU on the SCC campus.
Q. Who must take this training?
A. Anyone that serves, sells, or furnishes spirituous liquor to a retail customer should take the class to become more familiar with Arizona laws. However, taking the class is required only of management personnel. New laws will require that at least one person with Alcohol Law Certification be present in the licensed establishment at all times.
Q. Are these classes required?
Title 4 Rules
Title 19 Administrative Codes
The Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and control is governed by Title 4 (Arizona liquor law) where you will find Arizona Revised Statutes. Arizona Administrative Code, also referred to as "Rules," are helpful guidelines which support and clarify Arizona liquor laws.