Hospitality and Tourism Administration

Program Overview

Students seeking a comprehensive understanding of the large inbound tourism industry in Canada will select this program. As Canada’s largest employment sector, Tourism and Hospitality boasts revenues in excess of $61 billion, employing over 1.6 million Canadians From coast to coast. Courses cover a full range of business practices in Marketing, Human resources, Finance and Industry Operations – as applied to the entire hospitality and tourism field.

 

Three-year Hospitality and Tourism Administration program admits students at three points throughout the year culminating in an internship with one of our industry partners. Students graduating from this program often transition directly into the industry or move forward to complete a university degree in Hospitality and Tourism.

 

GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AND EQUITY PORTFOLIO

Students in this program will develop portfolio documenting their engagement with the college’s signature global citizenship ad equity competencies. For more information on Global Citizenship and Equity, the GC&E Portfolio and the support available to you, please see page i.

BENEFITS

 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • Students participate in a four-day-per-week, 15-week field placement in the final semester

  • Operational lab practice facilities are available

  • The College houses a full service hospitality management centre, an onsite conference centre and state-of-the-art computer labs

CAREER OUTLOOK

Organizations hiring program graduates include:

  • Tourism Toronto

  • Starwood Hotels & Resorts

  • Hyatt Hotels & Resorts

  • Marriott Hotels & Resorts

  • Wyndham International

  • Choice International

  • SIR Corp.

At A Glance

Graduates are prepared to work in tourism and hospitality areas such as:

  • Hotel and Restaurant General Management

  • Human Resources Management

  • Sales and Marketing Management

  • Convention Service Coordination

  • Tour Coordination

  • Food and Beverage Management

  • Housekeeping Management

  • Hotel Financial Management

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Semester 1

   College Communication 1

   Introduction to Computing

   Dimension of Tourism

   Beverage Knowledge and Bartending

   Hospitality and Tourism Marketing

   Sanitation, Safety and Hygiene

   Theory of Food

 

Semester 2

   Introduction to Cultural & Heritage Tourism

   College Communication 2

   World Geography for tourism

   Kitchen & Dining Room Practices

   Introduction of Hospitality Accounting

   Presenting and Communicating Effectively

 

Semester 3

  Ontario Cultural & Heritage Tourism Product

   Customer Relationship Management

   Professional Communication and Report   Writing for Hospitality Students

   Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action

   Front Office Operations

   Hospitality Managerial Accounting

   Principles of Hospitality Management

   Wholesaler Tour Operations

 

Semester 4

   General Education Elective

   Human Resources & Career Planning

   Hotel Sales and Marketing

   Groups and Incentives

   Housekeeping & Facilities Management

   Principles of Food, Beverage & Labour Cost Controls

   Meeting and Convention Management

 

Semester 5

   Responsible Tourism

   Hospitality Financial Accounting

   Marketing Strategies

   Issues in Hospitality and Tourism

   Hospitality & Tourism Law & Security

   Hospitality and Tourism Entrepreneurship

   Special Events Practicum

 

Semester 6

   Field Placement Review

   Hospitality and Tourism Field Placement

 

Note: minimum C grade required in all courses.