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Hospitality and Tourism Management

HMGT-AS


Dr. Greg Nenstiel, Dean (727) 341-3026

Students are exposed to a variety of courses in business administration in addition to hotel management courses, which enables them to make appropriate business decisions. The goal of this program is to prepare successful students for careers in hotels, cruise ships, resorts and restaurants or transferring to a state university in the same discipline. The general college admissions policy applies to all students entering the Hospitality and Tourism Management program.

Additional Information: Hospitality & Tourism Programs


APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20081/0400 (BEGINNING 8/25/2008) OR LATER
~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~



GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (18 credits)
* Enhanced World View Requirement
ENC 1101 - COMPOSITION I or (Honors) 3
* Humanities/Fine Arts Approved Course 3
Mathematics - One college level course with MAC, MAP, MAS, MGF or STA prefix 3
* Social & Behavioral Sciences Approved Course 3
SPC 1065 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING 3
     or (SPC 1017, SPC 1017H, SPC 1608 or SPC 1608H)

SUPPORT COURSES (3 CREDITS)
(SATISFIES THE GENERAL EDUCATION COMPOSITION II REQUIREMENT)
ENC 1102 COMPOSITION II 3
OR
ENC 1121H HONORS COMPOSITION I 3

SUPPORT COURSES (3 CREDITS)
( SATISFIES GENERAL EDUCATION COMPUTER COMPETENCY REQUIREMENT)
CGS 1100 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3

PROFESSIONAL CORE COURSES
(46 credits)
ACG 2021 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3
CGS 1100 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3
GEB 1011 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3
FSS 2235C INTRODUCTORY FOOD PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT 3
HFT 1000 INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM INDUSTRY 3
HFT 1210 SUPERVISION IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY 3
HFT 1300 HOUSEKEEPING OPERATIONS 3
HFT 1410 FRONT OFFICE PROCEDURES 3
HFT 1500 MARKETING IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY 3
HFT 2450 HOSPITALITY COST CONTROLS 3
HFT 2600 HOSPITALITY LAW 3
HFT 1941 - OPERATIONS AND SERVICE PRACTICUM 2
HFT 2265 FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS 3
HFT 2942 HOSPITALITY INTERNSHIP 3
MNA 1751 CUSTOMER SERVICE I: DEVELOPING A SPIRIT OF CUSTOMER SERVICE 1
MNA 1760 CUSTOMER SERVICE II: DEVELOPING EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE 1
PHI 1600 STUDIES IN APPLIED ETHICS 3
     or PHI 1602H

TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

64
a ACG 2001/2011 may be substituted.
C&I 6/24/03 ~ BOT 7/24/03; 6/17/08 
 

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