Service Learning Courses in Hospitality
Students will learn the theoretical concepts of developing a start-up business and will be able to experience through a simulation the planning, opening, operating and ownership realities of a hospitality/tourism business. The BYOB Simulation uses a unique technology platform based on a multi-participant interface through a real-time, online experience to provide learners with a powerful strategic hospitality/tourism management simulation. Core competencies are achieved in basic accounting, inventory management, human resources, marketing, and operations management. Additional skill sets are acquired through the intensive use of computer competencies such as Internet literacy, uploading, e-mailing, downloading and instant messaging. Students will draw from previous course content to enable successful completion of this course.
Prerequisite: Must be HM Major; MCC Math Placement Level 2 or higher or TRS 092 with a grade of C or higher
Course Offered Fall only
- Service Project (HSP 251-001):
Working with the Cure Foundation to develop a corporate awareness campaign for new donors and attendees at CURE annual brunch.
(30 hours) F-12