This course is designed to provide instructions about managing a variety of food and beverage operations. Included are the history and development of restaurants; food production and menus; the size, scope and classification of restaurants; principles of American, French, Russian and English services; principles of menu- making; layout and design of restaurants; marketing and sales promotion; management of personnel and human relations; and food and beverage control procedures. Students will apply the management theories learned while supervising in the front- and back-of-the-house areas of the Hospitality Center restaurant and while managing special events during the semester. An optional exam by the National Restaurant Association is scheduled. Offered every year.