Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Austin encourages the class to engage in conversation about the subject and bring new ideas and questions to the table. He is always asking us to use the information that is in our textbooks and related to real-world situations. He also he also poses questions that causes us to think about how modern day technology can either help or hurt us in the hospitality industry.
The highlights of my course where the group presentations. I learned how challenging certain areas of the hospitality department can be. I learned how marketing plays a big role in helping businesses in the hospitality industry generate revenue and attract loyal customers . I also learned that it is about attracting the right people to the right products. Marketing has to understand their target market and the things that attracts a specific target market. Research and development is a part of a cost for a business in the hospitality industry but if it is used the proper way it can be extremely beneficial to the business.
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The advice that I would give to the students taking this course would be to interact with the students and the professors as much as you can. When you interact with the students and the professor I feel as though you retain more information. Your interactions cause you to think and post questions that you may or may not have thought about before. The more you engage The better you will feel about the course and the more the professor will understand your drive as a student to succeed in the class.