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Hospitality Management
Course Code
HMGT 1101
Semester / Year
Spring 2018
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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36 Hours

New York  is a beautiful place with a lot of diverse neighborhoods. In Brooklyn there is so much […] See More36 Hours

36 Hours in Brooklyn

They say that most new ideas and concepts in the US come from two places. One is Silicon Valley, […] See More36 Hours in Brooklyn

36 Hours in Brooklyn

36 Hours in Brooklyn In this city full of tall buildings and crowded street travelers will find […] See More36 Hours in Brooklyn

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SUPERFINE is one of my favorite restaurants in the area. Good choice. See More

"Serving customers kindly" I like that. You will go far in this industry by "serving customers […] See More

Art and bagels, what can be better? See More

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Student “Cafe”

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Oral Presentation Due May 21

Oral Presentation Due May 21 Task: To present information about the 36 Hours… project completed for class on May 14 in a classroom setting. Audience: Teach and students interested in travel in Brooklyn   Requirements: […] See MoreOral Presentation Due May 21

People Who Changed Hospitality

Danny Meyer Shake Shack Union Square Hospitality Group  Union Square Cafe Gramercy Tavern Setting the Table Michael Romano Abigail Kirsch Edna Lewis James Beard Julia Child celebrity chef french […] See MorePeople Who Changed Hospitality