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HOSP 110 Lodging Management & Operations

3 hours lecture, 3 units
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Description: This overview of the management responsibilities of hotel operations is designed for students interested in the hospitality industry. The focus is on analysis and understanding of the interdependent nature of major departments within a hotel/resort operation: rooms division, food and beverage, sales and marketing, housekeeping and maintenance, and general and administrative. Analyses of the interrelationship between the major departments are examined through the concepts of organizing, planning, communicating, and ethical principles among the major departments of a lodging operation. Job titles, functions, and their interactive relationships that are of utmost importance in understanding and working productively with the complexities of hotel management are discussed, along with performance indicators.

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