HMT 160—Executive Housekeeping and Front Office Procedures 3-0-3
Covers interoperations of the front office desk and the executive housekeeping departments. Duties and responsibilities of each department and the correlation of these areas to assure management control are presented. Additional topics include such areas as booking reservations, room maintenance and costs, and training of personnel for these areas.
HMT 161—Recreational and Entertainment 3-0-3
Management Designed to serve as a study of the needs and management of recreational and entertainment facilities common to lodging operations. Maintenance, staffing, marketing and principles of cost controls as they apply to recreation will receive emphasis. Transportation to off-campus locations is the responsibility of the student.
HMT 170—Casino/Gaming Operations 3-0-3
Identifies the current and future trends affecting the industry. This course also investigates regulations, social and economic impact, and actual operations of casino/gaming facilities. Transportation to off-campus locations is the responsibility of the student.
HMT 172—Casino Marketing 2-0-2
This course offers an introduction to the marketing practices utilized in casino/gaming operations. The student will review the basic principles of marketing and specific marketing strategies and programs aimed at attracting and retaining customers within the industry.
HMT 174—Introduction to Casino 1-0-1
Surveillance & Security This course is designed to introduce students to security and surveillance procedures necessary to operate a safe, crime-free casino environment. Emphasis will be given to laws and regulations specific to these areas. Prerequisite: Security clearance required
HMT 176—Introduction to Casino Financial Controls 2-0-2
This course covers how funds are distributed and tracked throughout the casino/gaming facility. Regulatory requirements are also reviewed. Computer applications, forms and documents which may be used in this setting will be reviewed. Prerequisite: Security clearance required
HMT 262—Lodging and Property Management 3-0-3
Presents management of hospitality property in the physical aspect, its incumbent problems and utilization of staff and methodology to maintain facilities operation at peak efficiency. Physical maintenance, staffing patterns, training, capital investments, cost analysis, building and equipment renovation and replacement, and job/task analysis are additional areas of concern.
HMT 264—Convention and Meeting 3-0-3
Management Designed to provide students with the information essential for planning meetings, conventions and other such functions in today’s hospitality industry. Discussions include meeting rationale, planning, directing, controlling and evaluating. Students are acquainted with major convention bureaus, cities, hotels and resorts.