2016-2017 Student Catalog 
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HOS 220 - Hospitality Management Seminar

3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

The course provides students with an opportunity to engage in an in-depth analysis of selected hospitality management topics. The topics will reflect the four functions of management: plan, organize, lead, and control, as they are exhibited in a service industry, much of which operates on a 24/7/365 basis. Students will be expected to exhibit oral, written and critical thinking skills that reflect the knowledge and maturity gained from either the accumulation of at least thirty college credits or comparable work experience. Topics will include management challenges in service delivery, the planning process and issues of capacity and yield, leadership and motivation techniques, management and control through the numbers, human resource issues, and the impact of technology on human resources and the bottom line. 
Usually offered Spring semester
Pre-Requisites: Matriculation in the Hospitality Management Program (AAS) or Hospitality Operations Certificate or Gaming and Casino Management (AAS) or Casino Operations Certificate and completion of one of the following sequences: HOS 101, HOS 103, and HOS 210 or CAS 100, CAS 101, CAS 102 and CAS 103 or permission of the instructor.

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