The Restaurant Industry: Survey of Operations and Management

MGMT X 495.01

This course examines the process of establishing and operating a restaurant from development of concept to devising an executive summary business plan.

READ MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE

What you can learn.

  • Explore restaurant characteristics: location, design, marketing, financing, and leasing
  • Understand the details of menu development, bar and beverage, food purchasing, facilities, and equipment planning
  • Gain knowledge of management essentials: costing, staff selection and utilization, customer relations, food sanitation, legal, tax, and insurance issues

About this course:

This course examines the process of establishing and operating a restaurant, from development of concept to devising an executive summary business plan. Topics discussed include restaurant characteristics; location; design; marketing; financing; leasing; menu development; bar and beverage; food purchasing; facilities planning; choosing equipment; cost control procedures; staff selection and utilization; management techniques; customer relations; food sanitation; and legal, tax, and insurance issues.

Contact Us

Speak to a program representative. Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm.
Keep up to date on the latest news and offerings in Hospitality Management

vector icon of building

Corporate Education

Learn how we can help your organization meet its professional development goals and corporate training needs.

Learn More

vector icon of building

Donate to UCLA Extension

Support our many efforts to reach communities in need.

Innovation Programs

Student Scholarships

Coding Boot Camp

Lifelong Learning