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Hotel and Resort Management

 

  

HRM114 / HF14

 

 

Fundamentals Of Food Production

 
 

This course presents the principles and practices necessary to effectively perform in a management position in the food service industry. The flow of food through a commercial food-service operation including purchasing, receiving, storing, fabrication, production and service is examined. Upon successful completion of this course, the student is able to understand basic cooking principles and apply them through the standardized recipe and menu. Effective and efficient managerial skills for the commercial or institutional kitchen will be presented and practiced. (3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. laboratory.)

 


Prerequisite
CUL111

 


Offered On
Eastern Campus in Riverhead

 


Credits:  4

 


Course Fee applies

 

  

HRM120 / HF75

 

 

Hospitality Marketing

 
 

The hotel/restaurant/tourism business is marketing. We must determine what our customers want and provide it to them when they want it, and, it must be all wrapped up in a beautiful package at a reasonable price. The student will learn intangible nature of hospitality products and importance of positioning, targeting, and image development.

 


Prerequisite
Prerequisite: HRM105.

 


Offered On
Eastern Campus in Riverhead

 


Credits:  3

 

  

HRM205 / HF61

 

 

Maintenance and Equipment

 
 

Concentrates on the knowledge a manager needs to understand and supervise the "hardware" of the hospitality industry. Food service equipment and kitchen layout are covered along with heating, cooling, refrigeration, electrical, and transportation systems. Security systems and fire safety are also stressed.

 


Prerequisite
HRM105.

 


Offered On
Eastern Campus in Riverhead

 


Credits:  3

 

  

HRM210 / HF68

 

 

Front Office Management and Housekeeping

 
 

Functions of front-office management and housekeeping as they are related to organization, control, and operation. Emphasis on registrations, reservations, service, seasonal projections, ledger, billing, interior design, furnishings, purchasing, inventory, control, schedules, and sanitation.

 


Prerequisite
HRM105.

 


Offered On
Eastern Campus in Riverhead

 


Credits:  3

 

  

HRM220 / HF78

 

 

Sales And Meeting Management

 
 

This course introduces the hospitality student to the important area of group business. Topics include corporate meeting planning, exposition sales and management, trade shows, role of hotel sales office, group marketing, convention services, and role of intermediaries in sales and meeting management.

 


Prerequisite
HRM120

 


Offered On
Eastern Campus in Riverhead

 


Credits:  3

 

  

HRM240 / HF29

 

 

Hotel and Resort Management Internship/Cooperative Education

 
 

Supervised on-the-job training in establishment representative of hospitality industry. Students work 200 hours in their placement, attend a weekly on-campus seminar, and maintain a journal. Taken during summer semester, after completion of first and second semester program requirements. Registration in this course requires that students purchase liability insurance through the college.

 


Prerequisite
CUL112, HRM105, and HRM210

 


Offered On
Eastern Campus in Riverhead

 


Credits:  4

 


Course Fee applies

 


Notes
3 hrs. seminar per week for five weeks, 40 hrs. internship per week for five weeks.

 

  

HRM250 / HF30

 

 

Hotel and Resort Capstone Course

 
 

Capstone course requiring students to apply theoretical and practical knowledge under an individualized, faculty-supervised hospitality project. Project incorporates students' specific areas of interest. Completed project to be thoroughly researched, written, and presented orally to both faculty and students. (2 hrs. seminar)

 


Prerequisite
CUL112, CUL113, CUL116, CUL132, HRM105, HRM 120, HRM205, HRM210, and HRM240.

 


Offered On
Eastern Campus in Riverhead

 


Credits:  2

 

  

HRM295

 

 

Special Topics in Hotel and Resort Management

 
 

Special and current topics in Hotel and Resort Management may be available. See the online catalog for a complete listing.

 


Offered On
Ammerman Campus in Selden
Eastern Campus in Riverhead
Grant Campus in Brentwood

 


Credits:  3-4

 

  

HRM296

 

 

Honors Special Topics in Hotel And Resort Mngt.

 
 

Honors special topics courses in Hotel And Resort Mngt. may be available for Honors students as well as those who have received permission from campus honors program coordinator. See the online catalog for a complete listing.

 


Offered On
Ammerman Campus in Selden
Eastern Campus in Riverhead
Grant Campus in Brentwood

 


Credits:  3-4

 

  

HRM105 / HF11

 

 

Introduction to the Hospitality Industry

 
 

The hospitality industry encompasses the entire "away from home market." It is composed of eating, lodging, travel, recreation, and gaming businesses, which are all related in their history, development, and channels of distribution. This course will provide a framework for students to pursue individual segments of this multi-faceted industry.

 


Prerequisite
None.

 


Offered On
Eastern Campus in Riverhead

 


Credits:  3