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Minor in Hospitality & Tourism Management
This program is offered by the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
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.
Upon completion of the degree minor, the graduate will be able to:
- Demonstrate essential knowledge acquired in the field of hospitality, tourism management, and related disciplines.
- Demonstrate essential skills acquired through the use of hospitality technologies/software, materials, and equipment that closely simulate the workplace.
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|