In Hospitality, you will study international hotel management and develop the skills needed to understand the complexities of managing international hotel operations, identify global ownership and management models. You will learn how different values, attitudes and beliefs affect employees, clients and cultures. Courses in food and beverage management, entrepreneurship and special events management will enhance your skills and understanding of this dynamic sector. An international field trip to a top tourism destination gives you a behind- the-scenes understanding of hospitality management.
Plus one Elective totaling 3 credits chosen from courses numbered 100 or higher that transfer to a B.C. 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.