This course introduces students to the backroom operations of the hotel, travel and tourism industry. Students will learn about career opportunities in airlines/airports; cruise ships and terminals; convention centers and symphony halls, travel agencies and tour operations; leisure and recreational sports activities; travel e-zines and magazines, as well as meetings and special events. Course Syllabus
This course is designed for students to learn the operations of the hotel, travel and tourism industry as impacted by information technology (IT). Students will learn the IT needs of this global business and study the digitization of the back-office processes and value chains in the hospitality, travel and tourism industries that enable organizations to maximize their efficacy and effectiveness. Prerequisite: HTT 200 Course Syllabus
This course is designed to analyze the global environment of the hospitality, travel and tourism industry including the current economic, social, competitive, political-legal and technological environment that determines demand. The major purpose of the course is to provide students with a methodology to study the marketing of products and services in the hospitality, travel and tourism industry at a strategic level. Prerequisite: HTT 200 Course Syllabus
Business Management Dept.
Fiterman Hall, Room F-730
New York, NY 10007
Phone: (212) 220-8205