HADM 8100 Survey of Hospitality and Tourism
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP: 1, 6
Description

A survey of the concepts, principles, problems and practices of hospitality and tourism enterprises and the industry in general. Managerial, operational and organizational issues pertaining to the management of convention venues, hotels, commercial and institu- tional foodservice and private clubs are covered.

HADM 8389 Directed Readings in Hospitality Administration
Credit Hours 1.0 TO 3.0
Prerequisites Consent of instructor, good academic standing
Description
HADM 8400 Financial Management Application in Hospitality Enterprises
Credit Hours 3.0
Requirements CSP: 1, 2, 6
Description

This course presents an overview of finance issues pertain ing to the planning and development of hospitality properties. Forms of ownership, tax considerations, financing procedures and costs of capital, capital sources, leases, franchising, valuation of hospitality properties, financial statement analysis, pricing methods, sales analysis, and cash management strategies are covered.

HADM 8500 Economic and Cultural Impact of Travel and Tourism
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP: 1, 6
Description

This course provides an overview of the economic and cul- tural impact of travel and tourism on local, state, regional and national economics. The benefits and costs of tourism development, components of tourism and tourism management, the planning and development of tourism destinations/venues, understanding tourism policy, and tourism organizational are covered.

HADM 8550 Sustainability in the Hospitality Industry
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP: 1, 2
Description

This course is an examination of sustainable practices in hotels, restaurants and other hospitality facilities & operations. Topics covered include material use, waste reduction and recycling, water conservation, energy management, site selection, green building design and indoor environmental quality.

HADM 8600 Trends in the Food Service Industry
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP: 1, 2, 6
Description

This course provides an overview of the trends and current issues facing domestic and international foodservice enter- prises. The course examines the process of managing exist- ing foodservice concepts in a global economy with the emerging issues of food safety and overall security of employees and guests. The history, organization, and de- velopment of modern foodservice concepts, industry demo- graphics, and service delivery issues are covered.

HADM 8650 Applied Research i Hopspitality and Tourism
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP: 1, 2
Description

This course is structured to provide students with an orientation to the scope, meaning, and the basic concepts of scientific research in the field of hospitality and tourism. The foundations of research, research design, data collection techniques, sampling and statistical techniques will be covered. This course enables students to undertake primary research and to critically evaluate research work.

HADM 8700 Trends in the Lodging Industry
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP: 1, 6
Description

This course provides an overview of the trends and issues in the domestic and international lodging industry and examines the process of managing existing lodging concepts in a global economy. An overview of the historical evolution and development of the hotel industry and the management issues pertaining to modern lodging properties is covered.

HADM 8750 International Special Event Management
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP: 1, 2
Description

This course offers an analysis of the major components in managing events of various types (including corporate, social, educational, and sporting events) on an international level. Topics include event leadership, financial administration of events, models of global planned events, human resource planning and development, risk management, event marketing and technology utilized in event management.

HADM 8800 Hotel Assets
Credit Hours 3.0
Requirements CSP: 1,2,6,7
Description

Prerequisites.
Preequisite: RE 8030, RE 8050, HADM 8400, HADM 8700.
This course will focus on the real estate property and physical assets of hotels. Management contract terms will be analyzed as well as current and predicted future trends and issues in hotel management contracts. The negotiation process will also be explored in depth including the pre-selection process, selection of brand/manager and actual rounds of negotiation. The resulting owner-manager relationship will be evaluated including franchise and chain affiliation programs. Students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge in analyzing existing contracts representing varied ownership-management structures. This course will also discuss acquisition due diligence including evaluation of the lodging asset. The hotel investment decision components of buy, hold and sell will be analyze.