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HTR 900

Director's Special Project

A one semester course designed to allow 4th year students to receive credit for work projects completed under the direction of a faculty member and approved in advance by the Director (proposal submission). Objectives of the course are to take on-the-job/applied opportunities and provide guidance in further developing analytical and problem-solving skills; developing organizing and time management skills and conceptualizing experiences from a hospitality and tourism framework. Requirements include an initial proposal to the Director and a final written report that reflects an independent applied research undertaking. The final report includes a statement of purpose, a literature review, a description of the experience and a discussion/conclusion/recommendation section. This course is offered in both Fall and Winter semesters. Proposals for the Fall semester must be submitted by June 15th; proposals for the Winter semester must be submitted by December 1st.
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1







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