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Hospitality
Management
Intro to Hosp & TourismMgmt
HFT 1002
Survey of resort, hospitality, and
tourism industries with focus on the
history, terminology, demographics,
psychographics, and destination.
Emphasis is placed on planning
and development, current trends,
and social impacts. Types of
organizational operations and career
opportunities are examined.
Marketing for Hosp & Tourism
HFT 2500
Students develop actual marketing
campaign for business within
hospitality industry. Emphasis on
(a) analysis of market, competition
and product, (b) planning financial
budget and (c) developing short-
term and long-range strategies
to achieve desired profit through
effective advertising, sales and public
relations plan.
Human Services
Addictions Counsel & the Law
HUS 1470
The rights of the patient in the
therapeutic setting as well as the
legal standards of conduct for a
chemical dependency professional
will be reviewed. Basic principles
of client grievance procedures are
presented. The use of orientation
for client teaching, and assuring the
patient’s rights is discussed. Proper
utilization of informed consent for
treatment and referral is emphasized.
Participants review and discuss
the right of the client to contact
the State of Florida Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services.
The ethical implications of patient
confidentiality are examined in
depth.
Co-Dependency
HUS 1444
This course explores the concept and
disease process of co-dependency.
Major issues of co-dependency
including characteristics, family
roles and rules are examined. The
impact of alcoholism in the family
and society are discussed with the
development of adult children
of alcoholics. Recovery issues are
examined including strategies for
stress.
Counsel Chem Depend Client I
HUS 1424
This course provides an overview
of counseling/treatment modalities
used in chemical dependency.
Common problems encountered in
the chemically dependent client will
be explored with the focus on 1:1 or
individual counseling methods.
Counsel Chem Depend Client II
HUS 1426
This course expands on theories
of counseling as they specifically
apply to counseling the chemically
dependent client. The focus of the
course is one-on-one counseling
according to various theorists.
Students will be involved in
practicing these skills so that they
can ultimately develop their own
eclectic styles. Common clinical
obstacles will be explored as they
apply to the active treatment phase
and continuing treatment phase.
Course Review/Exam Prep
HUS 2930
This course reviews and highlights
various components in addictions
counseling from screening to
consultation. Emphasis is given to
important points for both the written
and oral exam administered by the
Certification Board of Addictions
Professionals of Florida (CBAPF).
Dual Diagnosis-Sub Abuse
HUS 1450
This course provides an overview
of symptomatology and treatment
of chemical dependency and a
concurrent psychiatric diagnosis.
Psychiatric disorders covered include
major anxiety disorder, depression,
post-traumatic mood disorders
and suicide, obsessive-compulsive
disorder, attention deficit disorder
and psychotic disorders. Assessment
of these disorders is emphasized in
order that the addictions counselor
may assess and appropriately refer. It
is emphasized that this course is an
overview in symptomatology rather
than treatment because addictions
counselors are not qualified to
diagnose or treat concurrent
psychiatric disorders. Important
issues for addictions counselors
such as taking psychotropic drugs in
recovery are explored.
Group Counseling in Sub Abuse
HUS 1423
This course introduces the student
to the principles and practices of
group counseling. Individual and
group therapies are compared and
contrasted. Therapeutic factors
inherent in group therapy are
explored. Training of the group
counselor is explained. Group
counseling as it specifically relates to
addictions will be emphasized.
HIV/AIDS & the Subs Abuser
HUS 1480
This course provides an overview
of HIV/AIDS pathology, clinical
manifestations and treatment. It
specifically focuses on medical
management and psychosocial
management of HIV/AIDS in the
substance abusing and recovering
population. Local agencies are
invited to enhance the student’s
ability to refer appropriately.
Issues Intimacy/Sexuality
HUS 2482
This course provides an overview of
the common intimacy and sexual
concerns faced by the recovering
population. The normal human
sexual response cycle will be
covered along with various kinds of
relationships on a continuum from
homosexuality to heterosexuality.
The role of the counselor in sex/
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