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HB 337 COURSE SYLLABUS SPRING SEMESTER 2009 ______________________________________________________ Professor : Dr. Michael L. Kasavana, 241 Eppley Center, 353-9211 Prerequisites : HB 237 and CSE 101 (or equivalent) Office Hours : Mon. and Wed. 9:00-11:00 a.m., and by appointment Class Times : Monday 3:00-5:50 pm; C107 McDonald [Kiva Area] Required Text : Managing Technology in the Hospitality Industry , Kasavana th Edition [Latest Edition] Required Coursepack : HB 337 Required Materials - Dr. M. L. Kasavana S B S Bookstore, East Lansing ---“2008-09 HB 337 Coursepack” Course Description : Evaluation of traditional and state-of-the-art technology for gathering, storing, disseminating, and communicating information within the hospitality industry. Course requires attendance at all sessions including hands-on PC work, and in-class presentations. Course Outline : This course can be segmented into four major components: a. H ARDWARE , S OFTWARE AND A LL T HAT J AZZ (HSJ) – E XAM O NE b. P ROPERTY M ANAGEMENT S YSTEMS (PMS) – E XAM T WO c. R ESTAURANT M ANAGEMENT S YSTEMS (RMS) – E XAM T HREE d. Virtual PC Exercises and Homework Assignments Course Requirements : Attendance - required for all classroom sessions and exam sessions Lectures - NOT limited to text materials; current topic updates as appropriate CT Olympics – in-class exercises covering select homework and coursework Homework – assignments must conform to content requirements and due dates Exams – three non-cumulative exams, all scores count . Exams cover text chapters, coursepack materials, lecture materials, and handout materials in multiple choice format. Final exam is on a no fault basis; exam is optional for each student. Grading Components
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2009 for the course HB 265 taught by Professor Jaemincha during the Spring '09 term at Michigan State University.

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