Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management
Courses Test Type Number Of Credits Course Language Number Of Hours  
History of Art (ART201) Written 2 English 30
Details

This course introduces the student to the historical study and interpretation of art.  The course  will  survey  the arts of the Near East,  Egypt,  the Classical Greek and Roman worlds,  and  Medieval  Europe,  from  about  3500  BC  to  about  1400  AD.   It also approaches to art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries through particular themes. Students  will  consider  the  great  variety  and  richness  of the arts of these different cultures, and some of the general problems of how art historians understand and write about  art.  In  addition,  we  will  discuss  problems  of  the  social   context of art: its historical circumstances, religious and ritual significance, and patronage.

Microeconomics (ECN203) Written 3 English 45
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This course is an introduction to economics concepts, principles, and microeconomics analysis. Topics covered include: demand and supply analysis, customers’ choice; production and costs; price and output determination under different market conditions; pricing of factors of production. 

Events Management (EVN301) Written 3 English 45
Details

This course is a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of event management and its implementation.  The purpose of this course is to provide the student with an introduction to Event Management.

Restaurant Operations and Development (FBS320) Written 3 English 45
Details

This course helps the student develop a restaurant from concept through construction phase with a marketable business plan, budget, operational plan, design and layout.  It also prepares the student to pre-open the restaurant and follow up with all the operational activities.

Finance (FIN380) Written 3 English 45
Details

This course will introduce the student to the world of finance and expand their knowledge and risk-return relationships of finance in general, and corporate finance in particular. The course will introduce the student to firms and how they interact with the capital and financial markets, it will discuss the goals of organizations and how the goals of different stakeholders vary. Moreover, the student will learn the time value of money, stock and bond valuation models, and the basic valuations methods.

German, Option I (GRM201) Written 2 30
Details

This course is an introductory level course which introduces the student to the basic information needed to handle a hotel guest who speaks German, such information include but not limited to, introducing yourself, greetings, personal information, the world around me, shopping and food. It also prepares the student for dialogue preparation and presentation.

Protocol & Etiquette (HRM380) Written 2 English 30
Details

This course is an introductory level course which introduces the student to the basic elements of Protocol and Etiquette in and out of the Hospitality industry.  It prepares the student for receiving Public figures as well as grooming themselves on a professional and personal level.

International Law for the Hospitality and Tourism Industry (LAW433) Written 3 English 45
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This course deals with the international law of the hospitality and tourism industry.  Specifically, it discusses the legal aspects of franchise, management contract and leasing contract.  Moreover, it notifies the student to the legal responsibility of the hotel-keeper. 

Introduction to Public Relations (MKT230) Written 2 English 30
Details

After attending this course you will be able to be familiar with the field of Public Relations: Definition and basic concepts.

You will be able to perform a complete communication plan by selecting and applying appropriate Public Relations tools according to every situation.

Case study learning will help you develop problem solving and decision making skills.

      A variety of teaching/learning methods will be utilized (cases- presentations-projects -    exercises) to provide you with a better learning environment. 

Introduction to Psychology (PSY201) Written 2 English 30
Details

The course  introduces  the field  of  psychology  and  its  basic  concepts,  theories, research methods, and contributions to the understanding of human behavior. Topics include but not limited to the nervous system,  perception, motivation,  learning and memory, social behavior and personality. In this course a written examination is not required; the instructor of the course will assign research projects for students. 

Rooms Division: Yield Management (RDM301) Written 2 English 30
Details

This course teaches the student how to calculate and determine rooms' division ratios and rooms prices. Additionally, the student will be familiar with the end-of-the-day procedures and application of yield management or revenue management to maximize your property’s profitability. 

Introduction to Sociology (SOC201) Written 2 English 30
Details

This  course  defines  and  examines  the  concepts  and  realities  of  social structure, culture,  socialization,  complex  organizations,  class,   inequality, social  groups and social change. Special emphasis is  given to institutions such  as the  family , religion, education, politics, economics and the media. A primary goal is to convey a sense of the manner  in  which  sociologists  formulate  theories  and  how  the collection and analysis of data are used to evaluate those theories.

Spanish, Option I (SPN201) Written 2 30
Details

This course is an introductory level course which introduces the student to the basic information needed to handle a hotel guest who speaks Spanish, such information include but not limited to, introducing yourself, greetings, personal information, the world around me, shopping and food. It also prepares the student for dialogue preparation and presentation.