Hospitality & Tourism

The Hospitality & Tourism program was reviewed and approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills


The Hospitality and Tourism Management Diploma program consists of 16 courses offered in 48 weeks of academic studies delivered in a total duration of 960 hours (20 hours per week). Students will learn the concepts and techniques related to tourism, hotel, and restaurant operations. Courses will also focus on the management, development, and marketing of tourism and hospitality; this includes food preparation and service, financial analysis, accounting, front and back-office operations, and the interrelation between hospitality and tourism.


Successful graduates in hospitality and tourism management are prepared to enter nearly any segment of the industry, such as lodging, hotels, restaurants, casinos, cruise line operations, resorts and spas, & event management. The various career options are:

  • Front Desk Supervisor
  • Guest Relations Supervisor
  • Reservations Agent
  • Cruise Ship Attendant
  • Event Coordinator
  • Housekeeping Supervisor
  • Food and Beverage Supervisor

Median Wage: $26.44
NOC: 6313


  • High School Graduate or equivalent OR mature student status (19 years or older prior to starting the program)
  • Meet one of the following English Language Proficiency requirements:
    • Minimum Grade 12 English (Domestic Students)

Overall IELTS 6.0, CLB Level 7, Duolingo score of 95-100, OR ECC test score of 67/100


  • Hospitality Today: An Introduction
  • Management and Design of Hospitality Facilities
  • Supervision in the Hospitality Industry
  • Hotel and Restaurant Accounting
  • Managing Service in Food and Beverage Operations
  • Managing Housekeeping Operations
  • Managing Front Office Operations
  • Revenue Management
  • Managing Hospitality Human Resources
  • Security and Loss Prevention Management
  • Hospitality Sales and Marketing
  • Convention Management and Service