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Hospitality Management
Course Code
HMGT 1101
Semester / Year
Spring 2020
Course Description

An overview of the history, likely directions and organizational structure of the hospitality industry and its role in local, national and global economies. Students are introduced to the nature and scope of the hospitality industry, basic terminology, management concepts, career path explorations and the department’s mission and culture.

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The Copacabana just announced that it will close permanently after 80 years of service. So sad. See More

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NY Times, 36 Hours Weekly Discussion May 5

I would recommend 36 hours in the city of San Francisco, this beautiful technical and diverse city has so much to explore that anyone can enjoy. It holds many recreation parks where anyone can unwind, bring some lunch or just hang out and […] See MoreNY Times, 36 Hours Weekly Discussion May 5

NY Times, 36 Hours Weekly Discussion April 21

Milwaukee a city in America that not only has a bizarre name but it is a bizarre city filled with countless activities to do. The most bizarre thing to do is to explore a bobble head museum different figures of celebrities or statues and […] See MoreNY Times, 36 Hours Weekly Discussion April 21

NY Times, 36 Hours Weekly Discussion, April 14 (originally due March 31)

Seoul is a new thriving City because of Korean pop culture located in South Korea. I would recommend people traveling to Seoul because of its rich culture and Amazing modern activities. mostly the new generation of tourist like […] See MoreNY Times, 36 Hours Weekly Discussion, April 14 (originally due March 31)

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People Who Changed Hospitality

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