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Hospitality and Tourism

Financial aid of up to $28,000 available

Get the In-Demand Skills Needed to Explore Exciting New Career Options

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About the Program

From coast to coast, the hospitality and tourism workers welcome millions of visitors to Canada every single year. Our diploma program focuses on market-focused skills in customer service, hospitality management, sales and operations to prepare you to play an important role in providing exceptional services to visitors.

Our extensive student and career services provide support throughout the program and give you the tools needed to succeed in your job search. If you have great people, problem-solving and teamwork skills, a career in the hospitality and tourism sector may be the right career for you. Contact us today for more information!

Program Outcomes

Upon graduation, you will have the knowledge to assist with daily operations in food, beverage or accommodation operations; ensure health and safety regulations are followed; supervise staff members; assist with managing budgets and approving expenditures; develop sales and marketing plans; and more.

Career Outlook

• Employment
The outlook for Hospitality and Tourisms is good with new opportunities expected due to retirements and economic growth in the industry

• Wages
Depending on the area of the hospitality industry in which you work, median salaries range from $20.00/hr to $30.16/hr and may increase to an average of $46.23/hr to $61.52/hr for more senior positions

• Workplace Opportunities
Employment opportunities are available accommodation, sales and marketing, food and beverage services, recreation and entertainment, transportation, and travel services.

• Career Options
Our graduates may pursue a career path as a guest services supervisor, event planner, housekeeping supervisor, reservationist, accommodations manager, restaurant supervisor and more.

Source: (NOC 0632, 0631)

Course List

» Management Fundamentals
» Microeconomics
» Business Law
» Statistics for Business
» English Fundamentals
» Computer Applications in Business
» Sales Management
» Business Ethics
» Macroeconomics
» Fundamentals of Marketing
» Introduction to HRM
» Fundamentals of Accounting
» Strategic Management
» Operations Research
» Organizational Behaviour
» Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism
» Managing Technology in Hospitality Industry
» International & Canadian Tourism
» Co-op Placement
» Project Management

Program Details

  • Program length: 64 weeks
  • Program type: Diploma