HOST 293: Hospitality and Tourism Internship

Credits 3 Class Hours

3 credits = 225 hours of work experience


This is a supervised field experience that is related to the student's major or career goals. The experience will enable the student to apply knowledge and skills learned in coursework to the work environment.


Prior Learning Assessment credit available for this course.


Hospitality and Tourism or Culinary Arts major. Department approval. Approval of instructor. "C" or higher in HOST 101.

Semester Offered Fall, Spring
Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs)
  1. Analyze and propose solutions for improvement of the technical and human skills, work habits, inter-relationships, operational measures of success, quality assurance methods, and sustainability practices in the workplace.
  2. Apply job readiness skills to obtain and complete an internship in the hospitality industry.
  3. Perform duties at the internship site applying industry standards and skills, and classroom knowledge.
  4. Evaluate one's career goals, accomplishments, achievements, and activities during their academic journey.