Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management
Courses Test Type Number Of Credits Course Language Number Of Hours  
Acting and Speech (ACT201) Written/Oral 2 English 30
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The student will explore the craft of acting in an approach that involves exercises, scene work and theatre games designed to develop performance skills and technique. Moreover, it centers on relaxation, body alignment, breathing techniques and articulation of sound to aid students in finding their own voice and develop a neutral dialect.

Facilities Management (EAM430) Written 3 English 45
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This course outlines and explains the major "troubleshooting" problem areas maintenance engineers must be able to identify and repair. The student will gain insight about many critical disciplines in the maintenance engineering field such as heating, ventilation, sanitary, electricity, elevators, etc.

Macroeconomics (ECN305) Written 2 English 30
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This course is an introduction to macroeconomics analysis. Topics covered include: measurement of aggregate economic activity, national income determination; money and banking; unemployment and inflation; fiscal and monetary policy; international trade and finance. 

Finance II (FIN411) Written 3 English 45
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Building on the concepts developed in Finance I, this course focuses in depth on corporate financial management including risk analysis, security markets operations and international financing; capital budgeting techniques, the cost of capital; capital structure and leverage; dividend policy and common stock financing; short and long term financing. 

German, Option II (GRM305) Written 2 30
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This course helps the student to be familiar with the basic German language techniques to open a dialogue related to agreement and disagreement, answering a phone, handling a room or a restaurant reservation and requesting housekeeping services using role-plays, group exercises and simulation tasks.

Conflict Management (HRM421) Written 2 English 30
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This course is designed to help students understand the nature of conflict and provides a series of techniques to deal effectively with conflict and hostility. The course will provide the student with a thorough knowledge of the subject and includes the basic concepts of conflict management, techniques for managing conflict effectively, listening and negotiation techniques as well as how to cope with crises.

Research Project Management (MGT399) Written 2 English 30
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The course is structured to help students to design and carry out a research project. Students must identify a work-based issue that can be investigated using a qualitative and/or a quantitative approach(es). Students will have to write a research paper by conducting fieldwork to collect data, and practical assistance is given by the instructor with the data analysis and in writing up the paper.  

Special Topics (MGT470) Written 2 English 30
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This course focuses on the wonderful world of Hospitality and Tourism.  It encompasses a selection of countries, their cultures, famous sites to visit as well as what is specific about them and what they offer to the world of Hospitality and tourism.

Strategic Management (MGT499) Written 3 English 45
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The student will learn to evaluate hospitality and tourism firms and industries and the broader  environments in which  they exist and their  impact on  competitiveness and performance.  In addition,  the student  will  integrate  all  material  learned  to  select strategies for firms and develop plans for implementing them such as, environmental analysis, firm resource analysis, competitive analysis, strategy formulation, strategy implementation, international strategy and strategic control. 

Hospitality Sales and Marketing (MKT425) Written 3 English 45
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This course is essential because it enlightens the student to the importance of both marketing and sales in a service-industry business. The course includes: different marketing strategies that are useful in services; relationships between customer value, satisfaction and quality; and nature of personal selling with the role of the sales force.

Introduction to Social Media for Tourism (MKT480) Written 2 English 30
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This course offers an introduction to social media for the hospitality industry, Social media is an essential way of marketing your business and interacting with your customers. This course will ensure you know what social media is, why you should use it and how to get maximum benefit from the different platforms for your Hotel/Restaurant.

Spanish, Option II (SPN305) Written 2 30
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This course helps the student to be familiar with the basic Spanish language techniques to open a dialogue related to agreement and disagreement, answering a phone, handling a room or a restaurant reservation and requesting housekeeping services using role-plays, group exercises and simulation tasks.