Jan 15, 2019  
College Catalog 2017-2018 
College Catalog 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

FSA 230 Entrepreneurship in Hospitality

Credits: (3)
This course prepares students to have a clear understanding of the various issues relating to new venture/product development, such as food safety and sanitation, identifying and refining viable ideas and concepts, forecasting demand, business analysis, and designing and implementing successful marketing strategies for new ventures/products. The course will also examine how to finance an idea and create an organizational structure to support the venture/product. Field trips, guest speakers and case studies bring the topics alive and anchor discussion in the real world. Developing prototypes and marketing and selling goods and services will also be covered. Students enrolled in this class will operate the Hospitality Department retail shop. Prerequisite(s): FSA 103  and BUS 102  or permission of instructor; Co-requisite(s): FSA 230L. This class will meet for 2 one hour lectures and a 3 hour lab. Lab: Production lab will produce products for the retail operation. (Department approved uniform)