HTM-3130 Hospitality and Tourism Law and Ethics

3 credits

Prerequisite: Senior standing.

The objective of this course is to familiarize the student with the general law and legal precedents and cases pertaining to the tourism and hospitality industry. The student will be exposed to contract law, discrimination, negligence, employment law, food and liquor liability, licensing and regulations, and travel law. Ethics in the tourism and hospitality industry is integrated throughout the semester. Students will analyze a variety of cases during the semester. (Spring semester)