This is a 3 credit graduate level course in information systems in
the William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration at the University
of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The objective of this course is to examine issues concerning
information technology as they relate to the many fields within the hospitality
industry. This course will take the more standard issues of systems,
networking, databases, telecommunications, the internet, and e-commerce,
and present materials about them in a general context and then relate these
issues to lodging, restaurant, convention, meeting planning, club, gaming,
and other hospitality related environments.
The navigation text is on the left side of the page,
and similar text will appear on most pages. This linked text will
help you move around the various pages that make up this course.
I hope you find the course both enjoyable and informative.
I look forward to meeting you soon.
Kathleen Pearl Brewer, Ph.D.