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Minor in Hospitality & Tourism Management
This program is offered by the Department of Hospitality Management & Marketing.
Why Minor in Hospitality and Toursim Management?
This minor provides LAU students with the opportunity to capitalize on business education as a starting point for a career in hospitality and tourism management. It is for students who wish to get an insight into this services industry and the vast category of fields it holds.
- Familiarize the student with the scope of the travel and tourism industry and its economic and cultural impact on local, national and international markets.
- Increase the chances of student employability in many areas where their primary fields interact with Hospitality and Tourism in the employment spheres.
- Prepare students for work in hotels, restaurants, theme parks, food processing as well as travel and tourism-related businesses.
Minor Course Requirements
To obtain the minor in Hospitality and Tourism Management, the student would have to complete a total of 18 credits distributed as follows:
Core Requirements (18 credits)
Hospitality and Tourism Management
|HOM 203||Food and Beverage Concept Development||3|
|HOM 205||Lodging Management and Operations||3|
|HOM 217||Housekeeping Management and Operations||1|
|HOM 231||Wine, Spirits and Cigars||1|
|HOM 239||Business Etiquette and Protocol||1|
|HOM 250||Food Preparation I||3|
|HOM 321||Tourism Economic and Cultural Impact||3|