Mar 04, 2024
HOST 295 - Special Studies in HOST 5 Credits
A Directed Study in HOST includes an individual or group study project as determined by the student and instructor. A contract will be signed by the instructor and student before progress begins in this course. When the course material begins, the learner(s) will be required to investigate and analyze a facet of the hospitality and tourism management industry related to the student’s career and educational goals. Students will receive consistent feedback from the instructor of record regarding their progress.
Pre-requisite(s) Students must have completed HOST 100 (Intro to HOST) and HOST 139 (Career Planning & Prep) before being eligible for a Directed Study course in HOST.
Instructor Permission Required Yes
Quarters Typically Offered
Designed to Serve Students interested in business, management, or entrepreneurship as it relates to the hospitality and tourism industries are best suited for enrollment in this course.
Active Date 20201208T18:00:37
Grading System Decimal Grade
Variable Credit Yes Range 1-5
Independent Study Yes
Continuous Enrollment Yes
Class Limit 99
Contact Hours: Other 165
Total Contact Hours 165
ProfTech Course Yes
Restricted Elective Yes
PLA Eligible Yes
Each Directed Study course will be unique and based on student interests and career pathway desires. A course outline will be co-created and agreed upon by the instructor and learner prior to the student beginning work on course materials.
Student Learning Outcomes
Learner will construct an experiment, feasibility study, or other project that is mutually agreed upon with the instructor of record.
Learner will produce a study requiring a critical lens.
Learner will effectively present their completed study to stakeholders as agreed upon during the planning stage of the project.
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