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     Class Lab Credit

    RESORT AND SPA MANAGEMENT

    Effective Term Fall 2008 [2008*03] CRC 09/12/07 RSM 110 Intro to Resort & Spa Ind 3 0 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course introduces the basic types of resort and spa settings. Topics include day, resort, destination, amenity,

    medical spas, and their relationships within the hospitality industry. Upon completion, student should be able to identify

    the differences and requirements of different types of resort and spa settings.

    Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05 RSM 110 Intro to Resort & Spa Ind 3 0 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course introduces the basic types of resort and spa settings. Topics include day, resort, destination, amenity,

    medical spas, and other related topics. Upon completion, student should be able to identify the differences and

    requirements of different types of resort and spa settings.

    Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05 RSM 113 Ethics of Touch 2 0 2

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course is designed to familiarize students with the ethics involved in a profession that utilizes touch as therapy.

    Topics include personal boundaries, ethical behavior, transference, and other related topics. Upon completion, students

    should be able to understand the issues facing practitioners and managers of touch modalities.

    Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05 RSM 115 Resort & Spa Technologies 3 0 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course introduces resort and spa information systems. Topics include POS systems, scheduling, tee time scheduling,

    planning, cost controls, forecasting, inventory control, and nutritional analysis. Upon completion, students should be

    able to demonstrate competence in utilizing contemporary information application systems in resort and spa settings.

    Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05 RSM 120 Reqmt & Scope of Practice 3 0 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course covers the requirements and scope of practice for personnel in the spa industry. Topics include laws and

    training required for the professions of massage therapy, cosmetology, esthetics, nail technology, personal fitness, and

    other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to identify and understand the skills and requirements

    needed by spa personnel.

    Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05 RSM 125 Spa Services Mgt. 3 0 3

    Combined Course Library September 12, 2007

    RSM - 1

     Class Lab Credit

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course is designed to familiarize students with the services and equipment commonly used in spa settings. Topics

    include hydrotherapy, body treatments, therapeutic exercise, equipment use, and other related topics. Upon completion,

    students should be able to identify the different types of services and equipment and their utilization.

    Effective Term Spring 2008 [2008*01] CRC 09/12/07 RSM 125A Spa Services Mgt Lab 0 2 1

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course is a laboratory to accompany RSM 125. Emphasis is placed on practical experiences that enhance the

    materials presented in RSM 125. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate the operation and sanitation

    and safety procedures associated with the use and care of spa equipment.

    Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05 RSM 130 Controls/Resorts and Spas 2 0 2

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course covers controls and purchasing of equipment and supplies for resorts and spas. Emphasis is placed on

    procurement, yield tests, inventory control, specification, planning, forecasting, market trends, terminology, cost controls,

    pricing and purchasing ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to apply effective purchasing techniques in the

    resort and spa industry based on the end-use of the product.

    Effective Term Spring 2008 [2008*01] CRC 09/12/07 RSM 180 Resort/Spa Retail Mkt 3 0 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course introduces students to retail resort and spa operations. Topics include assortment planning and store

    layout/effective use of space, inventory, branding and promotion of products, pricing strategies, on-line sales and

    customer sales techniques. Upon completion, students should be able to apply retail strategies specific to the resort and

    spa industry designed to increase profitability and improve customer retention.

    Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05 RSM 240 Resort and Spa Marketing 3 0 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course covers planning, organizing, directing, and analyzing the results of marketing programs in the resort and spa

    industry. Emphasis is placed on market segmentation and analysis, product and image development, sales planning,

    advertising, public relations, and collateral materials. Upon completion, students should be able to prepare a marketing

    plan applicable to the resort and spa industry.

Combined Course Library September 12, 2007

    RSM - 2

     Class Lab Credit

    Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05

    RSM 245 Resort and Spa Law 3 0 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course is designed to build greater awareness and understanding of the various laws encountered in the resort and

    spa industry. Topics include federal and state regulations, historical and current practices, safety and security, risk

    management, loss prevention, torts, employment and contracts. Upon completion, students should be able to

    demonstrate an understanding of the legal system to prevent or minimize organizational liability.

Effective Term Fall 2005 [2005*03] SBCC 03/18/05

    RSM 280 Resort and Spa Mgmt Issues 3 0 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course covers current global, national, and local concerns, issues and trends in the resort and spa industry.

    Emphasis is placed on problem-solving skills using currently available resources. Upon completion, students should be

    able to apply resort and spa management principles to real challenges facing industry managers.

See the SEL and SEM prefixes for generic Selected Topics and Seminar course descriptions.

    Combined Course Library September 12, 2007

    RSM - 3

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