• Hotel & Lodging Management

    Do you aspire to own your own B&B, manage a prestigious hotel or seek an executive position with a large hotel, casino or even cruise line chain? Our program is designed to provide the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to enter this growing, multi-billion-dollar industry.

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    You’ll benefit from curriculum designed with industry input, and faculty with field experience. In addition to industry best practices, you’ll learn

    • technical, business and management skills
    • leadership, teamwork and communication strategies
    • how to apply critical thinking, ethical standards and problem-solving techniques within a hotel and lodging setting
    You’ll also build your résumé through work experience at local, national and even international internship sites.

    At career conferences held on campus, you’ll have the opportunity to network with some of the world’s leading hospitality companies, who recruit students for internships and full-time employment.

  • Sample Courses

    HOSP3077 Revenue Management

    This course examines and illustrates the strategies, principles and techniques of revenue management as they relate to lodging, travel/tourism, food service and facilities management. The relationship between accurate forecasting, overbooking, reservation systems, marketing issues, pricing and e-commerce as they relate to financial decision-making is investigated. Students are required to analyze revenue management scenarios.

    Prerequisite(s):ECON1002 or HOSP1010
    4.5 Quarter Credit Hours

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    HOSP2011 Hospitality Sales and Meeting Management

    This course familiarizes students with the scope of sales and meeting management within the hospitality industry. The reciprocal relationship between selling and service is presented within the context of hospitality marketing practices.

    Prerequisite(s): FSM3001 or HOSP1001 or SEE1001
    4.5 Quarter Credit Hours

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    HOSP4060 Hospitality Management Seminar

    This is a senior-level capstone course designed to give students insight into hospitality strategy. Using a variety of teaching methods including the case study approach, realism is introduced into the classroom improving the critical thinking and decision-making ability of the student. The couse is also designed to integrate appropriate computer-based simulation and application programs into management theory. A directed work project may be incorporated into this course.

    Prerequisite(s):ACCT3020 or ACCT3025, HOSP3050 or MRKT1001 (HY) (OL)
    4.5 Quarter Credit Hours

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