This course prepares students for careers in hospitality and tourism industry by examining basic concepts and activities associated with the major components of the industry, including hotels, restaurants, private clubs, casinos, travel agencies and cruise ships. Industry history, career opportunities, globalization, organization and structure will be addressed in this unit. An overview of departments including human resources, accounting, sales and marketing, engineering and maintenance, will be undertake

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Provides students with a view of the concepts and theories that are contained in a sociological and anthropological study of tourism and tourist, the main perspectives used to look at society are presented in order to stimulate critical thought, including social groupings and social control, social inequality, social institutions and social change. Study is undertaken to consider social interaction, bureaucracy, and aspects of sex and gender and race issues.

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