THM-222 Entrepreneurship in Tourism
Lecture, 3 credits
This course deals with a broad range of business skills. Drawing on prior course knowledge from planning & research, business writing, marketing, accounting, human resources, and sales and promotion students will evaluate a new or existing business idea or concept and formulate a formal business plan for the concept. Topics cover the research, development and business planning for a tourism and hospitality related business. This course will also utilize a wide variety of Microsoft Office 2003 programs including word, excel, and publisher.
- Completion of BUS 162, and one of BUS 100, BUS 112 or TRM 115.
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