College of Business
(See Hospitality Management in the Academic Programs section for information on degrees)
100 Introduction to Hotel Management (1)
Overview of hospitality management: a total approach to hotel, restaurant, and tourism management. Explores the broad range of employment possibilities and opportunities in the hospitality industry.
101 Introduction to Restaurant and Institutional Foodservice Management (1)
Corequisites: HM 100 and 102. Trends and developments in commercial and institutional foodservices; structure and scope of national foodservice systems; career opportunities in the food industry.
102 Introduction to Commercial Recreation and Resort Management (1)
Corequisites: HM 100 and 101. Overview of commercial recreation, resort and tourism industry, including philosophy programs, marketing and management of leisure enterprises. Explores a broad range of commercial operations: resorts, theme parks, spas, cruise ship lines, recreation product and service retailing, event management, recreation entrepreneurial businesses.
200 Hospitality Management Internship (2)
Prerequisite: consent of the hospitality management program director, instructor, and business sponsoring the internship. Coordinated hospitality training combines practical experience with didactical academic analysis. Principles, theory, and standard practices applied to operational situations. Individual conferences with instructor on a regular basis. Operational report required.
560 Hospitality Human Resource Management (3)
Prerequisite: MGMT 405 or consent of instructor. Policies and practices in hospitality human resource management. Overview of the functions of personnel in foodservice, lodging, and tourism, including planning, recruitment, selection, performance appraisal, information systems, and recent legal issues.
590 Integrated Seminar in Hospitality Management (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 120, HM 200, FIN 350, CFS 353, MKTG 431. Integration of disciplines within hospitality management. Application of theoretical knowledge and trends. Development of conceptual, analytical, decision-making, and evaluative skills through case studies. Research proposals and project guidelines to meet specific student needs.