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HOSP 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY 3.0
Overview of the structure and operation of the hospitality industry with an emphasis on hotels, restaurants, casinos, and resorts. History of the industry; relationship between various components of the hospitality industry. Career search and resume preparation. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
HOSP 2 HOSPITALITY SUPERVISION AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3.0
Supervision of hospitality personnel through the application of management concepts and techniques, including planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling, delegation, and decision-making. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
HOSP 4 HOSPITALITY SANITATION, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES MANAGE 3.0
Introduction to food service sanitation and safety as it relates to hospitality management. Food-borne illness identification and its prevention, OSHAÆs current regulations, safety maintenance and prevention, basic first aid, fire control, safety and prevention. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
HOSP 101 HOSPITALITY INTERNSHIP 3.0
Prerequisite: Maintain enrollment in 7 units or more, including field practice and enrollment in one or more required courses in the Hospitality Management program.
Approved professional broad-based work experience in the hospitality industry. Experience can be either paid or unpaid internship. Total of 270 hours field practice.
 
HOSP 130 HOSPITALITY MARKETING, SALES, AND ADVERTISING 3.0
Application of marketing principles and techniques in the hospitality industry. Emphasis on developing and understanding of consumers. Using consumer knowledge to provide value and create customer satisfaction while meeting financial goals, a focus on practical sales techniques proven approaches to selling to targeted markets and advertisingÆs role in sales. Total of 54 hours lecture.