MSH-502 Hospitality Industry Law and Labor Relationships

This course presents students with the foundational legal and related ethical principles of hospitality management. Students examine the array of legislation that governs the global hospitality industry. The course allows students to integrate legal knowledge into a practical approach to management. Areas covered include business structures, contracts, employment law, and safety and security. The driving philosophy of this course is prevention, with a focus on minimizing the risk of litigation. Although the course emphasizes U.S. legislation, there is also significant consideration of the global nature of hospitality and the policies and procedures necessary for conducting business internationally.

Credits: 3

Offered in Jul 2020, Sep 2020, Nov 2020, Mar 2021, Apr 2021, May 2021

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