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Six Months Hotel Management Program  by  Zohery Tours
CERTIFICATE NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS

FIRST TWO MONTHS.

HM. 100. Introduction to Hotel Management

Course Description
This course intends to introduce the students to the fundamental purpose and role of hotel management as an important aspect of business. Students will be able to learn the basic rationale for hotel management and the role good and efficient management can play to promote the image of a hotel in the short and long run.

 

HM. 101.   History of Hotel Management


Course Description
This course will acquaint the students on the historical perspective of hotel management. Students will learn the successes and failures within a time period, the contributions of the hotel industry in the promotion of tourism, conferences and leisure.

HM. 102. Lodging Management


Course Description
This course will inculcate the basic foundations and importance of people management especially as it relates to lodging. Students will learn the importance of cultural diversity as it affects hotel lodging. Another issue that this course will inculcate into the minds of the students is the role of traditions and customs especially as it relates to gender dynamics in lodging guests in the hotels.

 

HM. 103. Hospitality Management


Course Description
The purpose of this course is to acquaint the students on the behavioral dynamics with respect to employee and customer relation in the hotel. Students will learn the ethical principles and law associated with being hospitable to both the clientele and the personnel of the hotel.

 

SECOND TWO MONTHS

HM. 201. Food Management


Course Description
This course will introduce the students to the various menu that can be served in the hotel. It will acquaint the students on the acceptable drinks and food management. Since hotel guests are mostly multicultural, it is imperative that students taking this course understand the various cultural and traditional dishes that can be presented and the risk involve when managing food services in the hotel.

HM. 202. Hospitality and Employment Law

Course Description
This course will avail the students on the employee relations in the hotel in relation to employment law. Students will learn the techniques of dealing with employment labor issues and how the law can be applied. This course will give the opportunity for the students to get some internship with some selected law firms in the city that deal with hotel employee related issues.
HM. 203. Event and Hotel Management

Course Description
This course will introduce various techniques and skills necessary to the students to organize a professional event. Students will be taught how to prepare, plan, organize and execute wedding, business, ballroom and other event parties in a manner satisfactory both to the client and the hotel management.

 

Last Two Months

HM. 301. Internship

Course Description
Students will have the opportunity to intern with professional hotels in Washington DC and other hotels in the larger metro area including Virginia and Maryland .

 

HM. 302. Practicum
Students will be able to work with professional groups in the Washington Metropolitan area that specializes in event managements like Graduation parties, Wedding anniversaries, Musical concerts etc.

 

HM. 303. Internship II
Based on the student initial evaluation in Practicum I, this course will help to further strengthen the skills of the students to work efficiently given hotel.

 
 
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