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Resort Management Degree at Colorado Mountain College

Earn a college degree in hospitality management at a Colorado ski resort

Get your hospitality and resort management degree in a premier ski resort setting with international appeal. This is not just another hospitality college. It's an opportunity to live, learn and work in Steamboat Springs, Aspen or the Vail Valley's world-class destinations.

  • Live, learn and work in a Colorado resort town
  • Learn hotel management and resort management skills
  • Become more employable with valuable job experience
  • Meet people from around the world
  • American Hotel & Lodging Association certificate eligible

Resort Management Degree program in one of Colorado's world-class ski resorts
Earn a Resort Management Degree in two years while living, learning and working in Steamboat Springs, Aspen or the Vail Valley.

Colorado Mountain College is recognized by national experts as a leading hospitality management school. Come start your hospitality and resort management degree as you gain valuable work experience in a world-class Colorado resort!

Hands-On Hospitality and Resort Management Education

Learn and work in one of Colorado's premier ski resort destinations
Steamboat Springs, Colorado defines the resort lifestyle. Hundreds of lodging options. Fantastic eateries. Visitors from around the world. A world-class ski mountain in the winter; a lush Rocky Mountain landscape in the summer. A popular destination, Steamboat offers endless opportunities for hands-on experience and training.

Located just above downtown Steamboat Springs, the Colorado Mountain College campus gives you tremendous views of the ski area and the bustling town below. We put you in the middle of it all, because our curriculum focuses on valuable job experience — before graduation.

Our students have the opportunity to:

  • Work directly with large hotel and resort operations
  • Learn from small business owners and managers of bed and breakfasts and lodges
  • Help with weddings, banquets, large meetings and corporate events
  • Travel to national conferences, such as the International Hotel, Motel and Restaurant Show in New York City and the Colorado Hotel and Restaurant Show

A professional training in a world-class resort town. Not to mention access to one of the best ski slopes in the Western United States. Come check us out and get the experience you need to succeed in resort and hospitality management.

Get Started on Your Hospitality Management Career

You must demonstrate college-level proficiency in reading, writing, and mathematics before entering this program. Your skills in these areas may affect the sequence of courses in which you can enroll and may also extend the time required to complete this program.

This program has certain physical and academic standards which you will be required to meet before you are admitted to the hospitality and resort management program. Students accepted into the college's vocational programs must be physically, mentally, and emotionally self-supportive with reasonable accommodations. If there is a concern about meeting the physical and academic standards, students need to contact the Disability Services Coordinator who will determine the student's ability to participate in this program.