220syll01 - Fall 2011 NUTR 220 section 1001 89448 TRUCKEE...

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Fall 2011 NUTR 220 section 1001 89448 1 TRUCKEE MEADOWS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Course Title: Food Service Systems Management (NUTR 220) Professor: Dr. Heather Graham Williams PhD, RD Time: Tuesday and Thursday 11:00-12:15 Room: RDMT 404 Course Website: http://classes.tmcc.edu/hgraham/ Office Hours: Wednesday: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm & Tuesday/Thursday: 12:30-1:30 pm * Make an appointment if these times are not workable Office Location: RDMT 321A Phone: 673-7138 E-mail: hgraham@tmcc.edu Program Website: http://www.tmcc.edu/nutrition/ REQUIRED TEXT 1. Management Practice in Dietetics, 2 nd ed., Hudson, Nancy, 2006 Thomson Wadsworth. ISBN: 0-534-51657-2 2. The Starbucks Experience: 5 Principles for Turning Ordinary into Extraordinary, Joseph Michelli, McGrawHill. ISBN: 978-0-07-147784-0 3. There will also be handouts and downloadable reading materials assigned. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course covers the organization and operation of food services; management principles; food service personnel; labor laws; regulatory agencies; food cost control and record keeping. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. Students will demonstrate an ability to work and communicate effectively as a team member. 2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of regulations pertaining to food systems management. 3. Students will demonstrate knowledge of evaluating a food service facility with regard to adequacy of equipment and layout and design. 4. Students will demonstrate knowledge of production and distribution systems. 5. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the organization and operations of food service facilities. 6. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply human resource management, especially in regard to compliance with labor-related regulations. 7. Students will demonstrate knowledge of quality improvement principals. 8. Students will demonstrate ability to apply cost control and budgeting principles. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION This course is primarily taught through lecture, discussion and hands-on in class activities.
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Fall 2011 NUTR 220 section 1001 89448 2 COURSE REQUIREMENTS Attendance and Participation Lecture attendance and participation is mandatory. The professor may administratively withdraw any student who has more than three unexcused absences . Assigned Readings
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