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This course provides an overview of the dynamic world of the hospitality industry. It explores management principles used to operate hotels, restaurants, travel and tourism businesses, and governmental tourism organizations. Students will be exposed to a variety of learning experiences that will expand their knowledge of opportunities in this dynamic industry. PREREQUISITE(S): MGT105
This course examines the process of purchasing a hospitality product, and how consumers respond to that purchase. The concepts covered in this course are applicable to all aspects of hospitality and recreation management. Marketing strategies and the marketing mix are studied from the unique perspective of service quality in this industry.
This course covers the use of accounting data for decision making in the hospitality industries, including ratio analysis, costing, profit analysis, and seasonal forecasting. It also applies the principles and concepts of financial management to these industries. There is an emphasis on the use of computers as a tool in analyzing financial decisions and measuring performance. PREREQUISITE(S): None
This course applies the principles of human resource management to food service, hotels, and the travel industry. Functions covered include leadership, motivation, job design, recruitment, compensation, performance management, health and safety, and labor relations (union and non-union). PREREQUISITE(S): None
STUDENTS MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. Students will be introduced to the major wine producing regions of the world and what consumers need to know to fully enjoy and appreciate wines.
Internship in hospitality industry. PREREQUISITE(S): None