Hotel and Tourism Management

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Hospitality/Tourism Management (HTM) is divided into four areas of study directly related to the hospitality industry,  Customer Service,  Business Management,  Restaurant, Tourism, Travel . The scope of the shop program is geared to the operation to the public restaurant (Skyline Bistro),  Conference Center and Outside Event Planning.  Within this premise course work encompasses operational strategies,  in the areas of marketing/advertising,  budgeting,  finances,  purchasing,  pricing,  employee relations,  customer relations and management.


Skills and Competencies: Greet and seat restaurant customers, supervise dining room staff, be willing to work days,  evenings, weekends,  or holidays, receive on-the-job training, manage and work banquets, Developed communication skills, Marketing , Sales, Developed Management Concepts through Entreprenuership Curiculum and New England & Atlantic Coast Travel Project.


Participating Co-op: The Beechwood Hotel, Briarwood Rest Home, DCU Center, and Notre Dame DuLuc.

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Career Opportunities: Hotels, Conference Centers, Restaurants (5 Star to Fast Food Operations), Resort Areas (Golf Resorts/Spa/Island), Travel

Restaurants (5 Star to Fast Food Operations),

Resort Areas (Golf Resorts/Spa/Island),

Related Business (Cruise Lines/Car Rentals/Air Travel), Entertainment and Event Planning

For more information about this department,contact Scola Donna .