HSM-2760 - Hospitality Seminar

Encompasses comprehensive coverage of topics taught in hospitality services management and an array of realistic operational and managerial situations and cases students are bound to find on being hired by hospitality companies. Through case study investigation, group discussion, and internship and practical learning experiences students will engage in critical thinking and problem solving to shift from scholastic mode into supervisory and managerial roles in the hospitality industry. This is the Capstone Course for the Hospitality Services Management A.A.S. program. Students must complete a minimum of 46 credits of relevant coursework with a 2.00 cumulative GPA prior to enrolling in this course.
Academic Level
Undergraduate Level
Subject
Hospitality Services Mgmt
Department
Hospit., Tourism & Culin. Arts
Credits
3
Prerequisites
Corequisites
None
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