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Date Created: 09/11/15
HTM 110 Introduction to Hospitality Management Spring 2015 Instructor Mehmet Ergul PhD Of ce amp Tel BUS 343 415 4052404 email mergul sfsuedu Of ce Hours Tue Thursdays 930 am 1130am or by appointment Class Hours and Location MWF 910AM 1000AM at HSS 130 Course Description A survey of trends and developments in hospitality industry including a total approach to lodging operations global travel and tourism business and foodservice establishments Course Objectives Upon the completion of course students should be able to 0 Acquire an overview of the hospitality industry 0 Distinguish between categories of hospitality industry 0 Discuss and differentiate the importance of and types of hospitality products 0 Understand the major elements involved in hospitality industry Required Text amp Interactive Materials Introduction to Hospitality Management Custom Edition Package Available at SFSU Bookstore Hospitality Tourism Interactive Material code for the web access Course Policies and Requirements Class Participation and Attendance Students are expected to attend each class session Additionally active participation of students is expected in each class session which will be a part of their final grades Quizzes and Homework Both announced and unannounced quizzes and HW s may be given throughout the course Those will cover assigned reading materials lectures handouts and other materials that are discussed in classroom Homework will be announced from Ilearn therefore students are expected to have an access to internet with a valid SFSU email account and password Some of the quizzes may be given from the interactive exercise material Tests There will be 2 Tests which will be a part of the grading component for this class Hospitality and Tourism Interactive HTI Material The Online component for the class accompanies the textbook and the lectures Students will be completing the learning modules and chapter tests on the assigned days All of the Learning Module Quizzes after during each chapter and Test Your Understanding Tests should be completed Depending on the topic there may not be an in class meeting on the assigned HTI days Project There will be written projects which will be announced during the semester Each student will prepare an individual paper in each segment of the hospitality industry A separate Project Guide will be posted on ILearn for detailed information Grading Components and Grading Scale Test 1 Midterm 25 Test 2 Final 25 Project 25 Quizes HTI 20 Participation Attendance amp HW s 5 TOTAL 100 Scale 94 100 A 90 93 A 87 89 B 84 86 B 80 83 B 77 79 C 74 76 C 70 73 C 67 69 D 64 66 D 60 63 D 0 59 F UNIVERSITY POLICIES Spring 2015 Universitv Policies Withdrawal Policy The last day to drop a class is February 6 2015 at midnight From February 7th to April 24th 2015 you must submit a withdrawal petition Withdrawal from a class starting April 25th 2015 will be considered for serious and compelling reasons only and must have accompanying documentation The following reasons are not considered serious and compelling Changing your major poor performance class not required for graduationmajor or more time needed for other classes If you wish to withdraw from class due to unexpected changes in your work schedule illness or family emergencies documentation will be required along with a copy of unofficial transcripts If you are requesting a withdrawal bring your petition and appropriate documentation to the instructor From April 25th May 15th 2015 you may not withdraw from a class or the University except in the case of a serious documented illness or verified accident CRNC Option This class is not offered as a CRNC option Late Add Policy The period to add classes via permit numbers is January 26th February 6th 2015 The period to add classes by Exception 2nd set of permit numbers is February 7th until 20th midnight 2015 It is your responsibility to procure a late permit number from your instructor and add the class Faculty cannot add you into a class Check your registration through SF State Gateway Sign up for CRNC drop and add classes by the appropriate deadline online through SF State Gateway Always check your registration after making any changes and before deadlines to ensure you are registered properly for your classes This is a student responsibility Deadlines for all registration procedures including withdrawals and requests for creditno credit are listed in the class schedule and will be strictly adhered to by the instructor the Department Chair and the Associate Dean Final Exam According to Academic Senate policy F7612 a time period is set aside at the end of each semester for a formal examination period All classes are expected to meet during the final examination period whether an examination is given or not The final examination schedule is published each semester in the Class Schedule httpwwwsfsueduacadresfinalexamsfinals15htm Disability Programs and Resource Center Students with disabilities who need reasonable accommodations are encouraged to contact the instructor The Disability Programs and Resource Center DPRC is available to facilitate the reasonable accommodations process The DPRC located in SSB 110 can be reached by telephone at 4153382472 voiceT TY or by email at dDrc sfsuedu Please review registration calendar at httpwwwsfsueduadmisrecregregsched2153html For More Information The College of Business Student Services Center is located in BUS112 Office hours MF 912 15 pm 415 4053531 cobsscsfsuedu Please visit the office for all COBuniversity advisement matters missing deadlines on NN C late adds late withdrawal or waiver of college regulations or nonHTM matters ACCT FIN and other BUS courses Statement on Cheating and Plagiarism Cheating is the actual or attempted practice of fraudulent or deceptive acts for the purpose of improving one s grade or obtaining course credit such acts also include assisting another student to do so Typically such acts occur in relation to examinations However it is the intent of this definition that the term cheating not be limited to examination situation only but that it include any and all actions by a student that are intended to gain an unearned academic advantage by fraudulent or deceptive means Plagiarism is a specific form of cheating which consists of the misuse of the published andor unpublished works of others by misrepresenting the material so used as one s own work Penalties for cheating and plagiarism range from 0 or F on a particular assignment through an F for the course to expulsion from the university For more information on University s policy regarding cheating and plagiarism refer to the University catalog Policies and Regulations Disruptive Classroom Behavior In the classroom or laboratory environment you must respect the rights of others seeking to learn respect the professionalism of the instructor and honor the differences of viewpoints Student conduct that disrupts the learning process shall not be tolerated and may lead to disciplinary action andor removal from class Talking during lecture bringing visitors or guests cellular phones pagers etc are not acceptable in the classroom No late arrivals will be allowed Course Outline and ScheduleTentative Course Syllabus and schedule is subject to change Dates topics and schedule are subject to change Monday Wednesday Friday Week 1 Introduction Introduction HTI Orientation HTI Syllabus material Material Week2 What s Hospitality Characteristics of Overview of Hospitality Product Hospitality amp Tourism Week3 The Scope of the The Scope of the Interactive Hotelamp FS Industry Hotelamp FS Industry Material Individual Study Day HTI day Week4 Leisure and FS Systems Interactive Entertainment Material Individual Study Day HTI Day WeekS Culinary Arts and Gaming Industry Interactive Restaurant Business Hotel Business Material 13 3V 51lt3PTI1 11t Individual Study HTI Day Week6 Hotel FampB History of Hotel Interactive Divisions Industry Material Individual Study HTI Day Week7 Menu Development Restaurant Review Session Operations Week8 Restaurant TEST Day Interactive Operations Material Individual Study Week9 SPRING BREAK RECESS Week10 Interactive Hotels Rooms Interactive Material DiViSiOIl Material Individual Study Individual Study HTI Day HTI Day Weekll Classification of Interactive Interactive Restaurants Material Material Individual Study Individual Study Week12 TravelTourism and Cruise Industry Interactive The Economic Imp Material Individual Week13 Managed Services Interactive Interactive Material Material Individual Study Individual Study Week14 Functions of International and Interactive Management Domestic Tourism Material Individual Study Week 15 Hotel Technology Human Resources in Interactive M Hosp1ta11ty Material Individual Study week 16 In Class Act1v1t1es ReV1eW Last Class Day Projects Back to Students
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