The hotel and resort industry is a dynamic field. There are many career options within the hotel environment from guest service to operations to sales and marketing. If you live for each day being different and always being challenged to raise the bar, then this is for you.
Whether you want to work in a more urban setting, tourism destination or an all-inclusive, the suite of courses you take within the concentration provide specific skills and knowledge in the management and decision-making required in this highly competitive field.
Courses you will take to earn the concentration, over the four years, include:
Have you already attended a college or university elsewhere? We accept courses from other institutions. Your best bet is to consult the
BC Transfer Guide.
Pathways to a Tourism Management Degree (PDF).
“The faculty had so much knowledge about the industry and they brought their experiences into teaching, as well as many networking opportunities. I would not be where I am today working at the best hotel in North America if it was not for the co-op placement during the Tourism Management Program. The co-op sets you up for success, as well as the teachers that prepare you for the real world once the four-year program is completed. The program is truly amazing and I am so thankful for what the Tourism Management Program did for me to set me up for a successful career doing what I
Laurel White, Leadership Development Program at Fairmont Pacific Rim
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