Critical Issues Food Industry (HT-MGT 455)
Selected case studies, management simulations, and journal readings in commercial and non-commercial segments of the food service industry. Develops systemic and team-based decision-making skills for solving management and operations problems. Prerequisites: HT-MGT 355. Integrative Experience requirement option. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 455.
Food Production Management (HT-MGT 150)
Basic principles of food fabrication and production. Topics include culinary terminology, product identification, quality standards, nutritional cooking, theory and application of food preparation techniques. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 150 .
Hospitality and Tourism Law (HT-MGT 320)
Law as applied to hotel, food service establishments, and the travel industry; bailments, contracts, torts, regulations, insurance, and sanitation. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 320.
Hospitality Managerial Accounting (HT-MGT 370)
The use of accounting data for decision making in hospitality industries, including ratio analysis, costing, profit analysis, and seasonal forecasting. Prerequisite: ACCOUNTG 221. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 370.
Hospitality Personnel Management (HT-MGT 260)
Human resource management in food service, hotels, and the travel industry. Functions of leadership motivation, job design, recruitment, wage and salary administration, performance appraisal. Training in health and safety. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 260.
Hotel Operations (HT-MGT 240)
Practices and systems utilized in the operational management of the front office, reservations, uniform service, and housekeeping areas within a hotel. Prerequisite: HT-MGT 100. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 240.
Intro to Hospitality and Tourism (HT-MGT 100)
Scope, components, development and future of the hospitality industry. Background on industry structure; overview of specialized areas relating to the management of food service, lodging, and travel operations. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 100.
Practicum- work experience (HT-MGT 298W)
The HTM Work Experience requires 400 hours of industry experience plus the submission of a Work Experience Report. This requirement may be met by working for a single employer or multiple employers with hours totaling at least 400, then submission of a reflection paper is required. This 1 credit course can be found under HT-MGT 298W.
Strategic Planning Hotel Industry (HT-MGT 444)
Integrative course in the diagnosis, analysis and resolution of complex hotel business situations, emphasizing practical problem solving skills and strategic management. Includes case analysis and computer simulations. Prerequisite: HT-MGT 240. Integrative Experience requirement option. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 444.
Tourism Policy and Planning (HT-MGT 433)
Social, economic, and environmental dimensions of tourism. Selected problems in travel and tourism including psychological, sociocultural and economic impacts. This course satisfies the Integrative Experience requirement option. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 433.
Work Experience (HT-MGT 298W)
Work experience in the hospitality and tourism industry. Students must complete 400 hours of either paid or non-paid work. Employer verification required.