MLT402 - Mobile Intensive Learning Experience - Western Hemisphere

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Subject Title
Mobile Intensive Learning Experience - Western Hemisphere

Subject Description
The Study Abroad (The Global Travel Professional) is a program that combines both classroom and experiential learning. Students travel to a different part of the world to experience firsthand the country and culture about which they will have learned from lectures and readings. 

Credit Status
One professional education credit.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  • Apply professional standards of business etiquette, dress, hygiene and grooming consistent with Hospitality and Tourism industry business standards.

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