This course introduces students to the global hospitality and tourism industries including the scope, historical development, and future. It also provides an overview of management functions in key areas including: service; tourism; business ownership and development; lodging; food and beverage; recreation and leisure; gaming; and meetings, events, and conventions.
This course introduces students to the global hospitality and tourism industries including the scope, historical development, and future. It also provides an overview of management functions in key areas including: service; tourism; business ownership and development; lodging; food and beverage; recreation and leisure; gaming; and meetings, events, and conventions.
This course introduces students to the basic structure of the US legal system and provides an opportunity for students to improve critical thinking by examining g the fields of law specifically relevant to the management of hospitality and tourism business. Topics of particular interest to the industry include: contracts, torts, product liability, liquor liability, guest privacy rights, and related ethical considerations.