University of Central Florida • 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog Degree Program • 1 HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (B.S.) ment. Rosen College of Hospitality Management SPECIALIZED TRACKS – Select one of the tracks below 9907 Universal Boulevard A. Vacation Ownership Resort Management Track – 15 hrs (5 Courses) Orlando, FL 32819 HFT 4275 Development of Vacation Ownership Resorts 3 hrs HFT 4274 Vacation Ownership Resort Management 3 hrs 407-903-8000 HFT 4522 Vacation Ownership Resort Sales Tactics 3 hrs http://www.hospitality.ucf.edu and Strategies E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org HFT 4442 Vacation Ownership Resort Reservations/ 3 hrs Dean: Abraham Pizam Data Base Systems HFT 4343 Hospitality Facilities Planning & Design 3 hrs Degree Requirements B. Theme Park and Attraction Mgmt Track – 15 hrs 1. UCF General Education Program (GEP) (36 hrs) (Choose 5 Courses from the following list) A. Communication Foundations 9 hrs HFT 4786 Managing the Guest Experience in Theme 3 hrs B. Cultural and Historical Foundations 9 hrs Parks and Attractions C. Mathematical Foundations HFT 4759 Product Development in Theme Parks 3 hrs Select MAC 1105 College Algebra 3 hrs and Attractions Select CGS 2100C Computer Fundamentals for Bus or 3 hrs HFT 4758 Contemporary Issues in the Theme Park 3 hrs STA 2023 Statistical Methods I and Attraction Industry D. Social Foundations HFT 4532 Managing the Employee Experience in Theme 3 hrs Select ECO 2013 Macroeconomics or 3 hrs Parks and Attractions Industry ECO 2023 Microeconomics HFT 4787 Operational Issues in the Theme Park 3 hrs Select one: PSY 2012, SYG 2000, ANT 2000 3 hrs and Attraction Industry E. Science Foundation 6 hrs HFT 4795 Entertainment Arts and Events 3 hrs HFT 4614 Risk Management in Theme Parks 3 hrs 2. Common Program Prerequisite (3 hrs) HFT 3784 Amusement Technology 3 hrs HFT 1000 Introduction to Hospitality/Tourism 3 hrs See “Common Prerequisites” in the Transfer and Transitions Services section for C. Tourism Management Track – 15 hrs more information. (Choose 5 Courses from the following list) HFT 4735 Tourism Geography 3 hrs HFT 4722 Travel Agency Management 3 hrs 3. Foundations HFT 4762 Current Practices in the Airline Industry 3 hrs Quantitative Tools HFT 4736 Destination Management 3 hrs CGS 2100C Computer Fundamentals of Business (GEP) HFT 4561 Destination Marketing 3 hrs or STA 2023 Statistical Methods I HFT 3770 Cruise Line Operations and Management 3 hrs ECO 2013 Macroeconomics (GEP) or ECO 2023 MicroEconomics D. Lodging Management Track – 15 hrs (5 Courses) MAC 1105 College Algebra (GEP) HFT 3323 Hospitality Physical Plant Management 3 hrs HFT 4343 Hospitality Facilities Planning & Design 3 hrs 4. Hospitality Management Core (34 hrs) HFT 4473 Hotel Development Analysis 3 hrs FSS 2221C Quantity Food Preparation 3 hrs HFT 4253 Hotel Operations 3 hrs HFT 3540 Guest Services Management 3 hrs HFT 3515 Reservations Sales & Marketing 3 hrs HFT 2401 Hospitality Financial Accounting 3 hrs HFT 3431 Hospitality Managerial Accounting 3 hrs E. Hospitality Financial Management and Technology – 15 hrs (5 Courses) HFT 2500 Hospitality Marketing 3 hrs HFT 4442 Vacation Ownership Resort Reservations/ 3 hrs HFT 2220 Hospitality Human Resource Mgmt 3 hrs Data Base Systems HFT 3444 Hospitality Information Systems 3 hrs HFT 4473 Hotel Development Analysis 3 hrs HFT 3603 Legal Environment in Hospitality 3 hrs HFT 4457 Food, Beverage and Labor Cost Controls 3 hrs HFT 4295 Leadership and Strg Mgmt in Hospitality Ind 3 hrs HFT 4432 Hospitality Industry Auditing 3 hrs HFT 4286 Hospitality Communications 3 hrs HFT 4413 Technology Applications for Management 3 hrs HFT 4464 Hospitality Industry Finance 3 hrs Decision Making HFT 3933 Distinguished Lectures in Hosp Mgmt 1 hr F. Golf and Club Management Track (Choose 5 Courses from the following list) 5. Sectoral Core (Choose 6 of the Following 7) (18 hrs) HFT 1350 Career and Promotional Development in Gol 3 hrs HFT 2254 Lodging Operations 3 hrs HFT 3357 Golf Event Operations 3 hrs HFT 3700 Tourism Management 3 hrs HFT 3384 Golf and Club Enterprises 3 hrs HFT 2750 The Event Industry 3 hrs HFT 1356 Concepts and Practices of Golf Assoc. 3 hrs HFT 3263 Restaurant Management 3 hrs HFT 2359 Design and Maintenance of Golf Equip 3 hrs HFT 3273 Principles of Resort Time Sharing 3 hrs HFT 3353 Golf Planning and Operations I 3 hrs HFT 4755 Theme Park and Attraction Mgmt 3 hrs HFT 3355 Golf Planning and Operations II 3 hrs HFT 4277 Yacht, Country, and City Club Mgmt 3 hrs HFT 3354 Agronomy for Golf Course Mgmt 3 hrs HFT 4358 Golf Course Facility Design 3 hrs 6. Internship (3 hrs) HFT 3940 Internship I 1 hr 9. Foreign Language Requirements (0-8 hrs) HFT 4941 Internship II 1 hr State University System foreign language admission requirement: HFT 4944 Internship III 1 hr two years in high school or one year of college instruction in a single foreign language. (This requirement applies to those students admit- 7. Special College Requirements: ted to the University without the required two units of foreign lan- n Final exams will be given during Final Exam Week only. guage in high school.) n Transfer students to this program must take a minimum of thirty (30) credit hours in Hospitality Management core classes or 10. University Minimum Exit Requirements restricted electives at UCF. n A 2.0 UCF GPA n 48 semester hours of upper division credit completed 8. Restricted Electives: (15 Hrs) n 30 of the last 36 hours of course work must be completed in Generalist Track: Students must take 15 credit hours (five courses) of Hospitality Management courses in the Hospitality Management residency at UCF Specialized Tracks or the restrictive electives in other degree pro- n A maximum of 45 hours of extension, correspondence, CLEP, grams (see Restaurant and Food Service Management B.S. and/ Credit by Exam, and Armed Forces credits permitted or Event Management B.S.) offered by the Rosen College. Please n Completion of the General Education Program, the Gordon Rule, note: No more that two courses (six credit hours) may be taken from the CLAST, and nine semester hours of Summer credit (if appli- any one track or degree program at the Rosen College of Hospitality cable) Management to satisfy the restricted elective requirement. 11. Unrestricted Electives (3-11 hrs) Specialized Tracks: Students must complete one of the six As necessary to result in 120 total credit hours. Hospitality Management Specialized Tracks offered by the Rosen College as outlined below to satisfy the restricted elective require- Total Semester Hours Required 120 hrs University of Central Florida • 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog Degree Program • 2 Community/Junior College Transfer Notes n Subject to the general grade and residence requirements, credit will be granted for transferred course work equivalent to that required in the UCF College of Hospitality Management. n Florida Public Community College students are encouraged to complete the general education requirements prior to transferring to UCF. n A minimum of 30 semester hours must be completed at UCF within the hospitality major. n Orientation and advising are two of the most valuable tools that a student can make use of when transferring to UCF. Students should take advantage of both. Program Academic Learning Compacts n Program Academic Learning Compacts (student learning outcomes) for undergraduate programs are located at: http://www.oeas.ucf.edu/alc/academic_learning_compacts.htm Equipment Fee n Full-time Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$75 per term n Part-time Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37.50 per term FOUR YEAR PLAN OF STUDY FOR HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT* *Plan your required nine summer credit hours into your course of study. Freshman Fall 15 hrs Spring 15 hrs ENC 1101 3 ENC 1102 3 Cult-Hist I 3 Cult-Hist II 3 CGS 2100C or STA 2023 3 SPC 1608 3 HFT 1000 3 HFT 2500 Hospitality Marketing 3 PSY 2012, SYG 2000 or 3 MAC 1105 College Algebra 3 ANT 2000 Sophomore Fall 15 hrs Spring 15 hrs ECO 2013 or ECO 2023 3 Cult/Hist Foundation 3 Science Foundation I 3 Science Foundation II 3 Unrestricted Elective 3 HFT 2401 Hosp Fin Acct 3 HFT 3444 Hosp Info Sys 3 HFT 2220 Hosp Hum Res 3 Operations Core 3 FSS 2221C Quant Food Prep 3 Junior Fall 14 hrs Spring 16 hrs HFT 3540 Guest Svcs Mgmt 3 Operations Core 3 HFT 3603 Legal Environ 3 Operations Core 3 HFT 3431 Hosp Mgr Acct 3 Operations Core 3 Hospitality Elective 3 HFT 4464 Hospitality Finance 3 HFT 3940 Internship I 1 HFT 4941 Internship II 1 HFT 3933 Dist Lect in Hosp 1 Sectoral Study Course 3 Senior Fall 15 hrs Spring 15 hrs HFT 4944 Internship III 1 HFT 4295 Strat Mgt in Hosp 3 HFT 4286 Hospitality Communications 3 Operations Core 3 Hospitality Elective 3 Hospitality Elective 3 Unrestricted Electives 5 Hospitality Elective 3 Operations Core 3 Hospitality Elective 3 University of Central Florida • 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog Degree Program • 3 ROSEN COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Rosen College of Hospitality Management The Center for Multi-Unit Restaurant Management and the Darden Dean: Abraham Pizam; 9907 Universal Boulevard, Suite 231-H Eminent Scholar Chair in Restaurant Management provide a unique Orlando, FL 32819; 407-903-8010 focus in the curriculum on corporate restaurant management. Students http://www.hospitality.ucf.edu have access through the Center to leading restaurant industry execu- tives. This academic unit is an integral part of the Rosen College of Interim Associate Dean: Tadayuki Hara; Hospitality Management. 9907 Universal Boulevard, Suite 231-A; 407-903-8174 Distinctive Benefits Orlando Campus Academic Advising: A state-of-the-art facility located in the heart of the tourism district Classroom Building I, 302H; 407-823-1112 in Orlando, Florida with on-campus housing. Faculty: Ashley, Breiter, Bunn, Chen, Choi, Croes, Dickson, Fisher, Access to the many hospitality organizations that serve one of the Fjelstul, Hara, Hua, Iskat, Jackson, Juge, Jung, Kaufman, Kwun, premier tourist destinations in the world. Logan, Lynch, McDowall, Milman, Muller, Murphy, Naipaul, Nusair, Extensive ties with the top leadership of the Orlando area Okumus, Parsa, Ray, Ro, Rompf, Ross, Scantlebury, Severt D, Severt hospitality industry. K, Smith, Terry, Tesone, Wang A large number of scholarships made available through the The hospitality industry represents the second largest employer generous support of the industry. in the United States and is the major part of the rapidly growing Outstanding faculty from 19 different countries. services sector of the economy. Because of its unique location in A faculty committed to continuously improving their knowledge the premier tourist destination in the world, the Rosen College of of the hospitality industry as well as their ability to teach that Hospitality Management is ideally situated to prepare students for knowledge to their students. leadership careers in the hospitality industry. Whether the student A required work experience that provides students with practical is interested in entering lodging, food service, travel and tourism, experiences in the hospitality industry. financial management and technology, theme parks, vacation Outstanding opportunities for internships. ownership resorts, golf management, or event management, the Orlando and Central Florida area offers extraordinary opportunities. It A modern food production laboratory and teaching restaurant is the destination for over 49 million tourists each year, has over 400 completely equipped to provide students with experience in food hotels with 120,000 rooms, 5,000 restaurants, and 75 theme parks preparation. and attractions. The industry employs a half million people in the State American Resort Development Association (ARDA) Professorship of Florida and many are in the Central Florida area. of Vacation Ownership. Central Florida Hotel and Lodging Association (CFHLA) The educational mission of the College is to provide students with the Professorship of Convention and Conference Management. knowledge, skills, and ability to identify opportunities and challenges in the hospitality industry, and to apply creative decision techniques in Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) responding to those opportunities. Professorship of Hospitality Financial Management and Technology. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for a broad range of managerial roles across the hospitality industry. It provides both Degrees: Event Management (BS), Hospitality Management (BS) academic preparation and practical experiences that students will Restaurant and Food Service Management (BS) need to enter and succeed in a hospitality management career. Tracks: Vacation Ownership Resort Management; Theme Park Students also have the opportunity to experience the work world in and Attraction Management; Tourism Management; hospitality through an internship requirement and through extensive Lodging Management; Hospitality Financial Management contact with leading hospitality managers in the Central Florida area. and Technology; Golf and Club Management There are three undergraduate degrees offered. Minor: Hospitality Management The College also houses the Linda Chapin Eminent Scholar Chair in Tourism Management and the Dick Pope Sr. Institute for Tourism Program Academic Learning Compacts (student learning outcomes) for Studies which was created and funded by the travel and tourism undergraduate programs in the Rosen College of Hospitality Management industry in Central Florida. The Institute conducts research and are located at: http://oeas.ucf.edu/alc/alc_students_rhm.htm gathers information that helps the entire Orlando area hospitality industry better understand and serve its many guests from around the world.
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