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|HOSP 1||INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY||3 Units|
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 Grading: Letter Grade Only
#6130 1:00pm- 2:35pm TuTh Lecture R304 BANERJEE S
#5259 6:00pm- 9:20pm Tu Lecture R205 BANERJEE S
|HOSP 2||HOSPITALITY SUPERVISION AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3 Units|
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 Grading: Letter Grade Only
#4626 1:35pm- 3:10pm MW Lecture R304 BANERJEE S
|HOSP 4||HOSPITALITY SANITATION, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES MANAGE||3 Units|
Introduction to food service sanitation and safety as it relates to hospitality management. Food-borne illness identification and its prevention, OSHA’s current regulations, safety maintenance and prevention, basic first aid, fire control, safety and prevention. Total of 54 hours lecture. Grading: Letter Grade Only
#5821 6:20pm- 9:40pm W Lecture R305 TAGAWA A
|HOSP 101||HOSPITALITY INTERNSHIP||3 Units|
Prerequisite(s): 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. Maximum credit 12 units, 3 units each semester. Total of 270 hours field practice. Grading: Letter Grade Only
NOTE: For more information about HOSP 101, call Mr. Mr. Suprio Banerjee, Hospitality Coordinator, at (626) 585-7477.
#6163 TBA FLD FLD BANERJEE S
FLD: Field Study
No. 6163: All students are required to attend one of the following class orientations: Tuesday, Feb. 21, 5-5:30pm, or Wednesday, February 22, 1:00-1:30 pm in R308B.