Unique in BC, NIC’s Tourism and Hospitality Management diploma is fun, flexible and maximizes your options and opportunities. In the Tourism Management option, you will gain an understanding of the challenges facing tourism managers and operators in today’s environmentally sensitive market and an understanding of cultural sustainability within the field.
Plus three electives totaling 9 credits chosen from courses numbered 100 or higher that transfer to a BC degree granting institution. Students who are not familiar with Microsoft Office applications are recommended to consider BUS 170 for their elective.
Plus two electives totaling 6 credits chosen from courses numbered 100 or higher that transfer to a BC degree-granting institution.
Co-op mandatory for all students:
Students must complete EMP 100 in the Fall term as a prerequisite to Co-operative Education Internship Work Term (THM 197) in the Spring. Co-op work terms must be completed between first and second term for full-time students and prior to the last course term for part-time students.