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Bachelor of Commerce – Hospitality and Tourism Management

Humber College’s Bachelor of Commerce – Hospitality and Tourism Management degree program has been designed to meet the demands of employers for the strategic, technological and managerial skills required in this exciting and dynamic industry.

Quick Facts

Full-time Duration: 4 years
Starting in: September 2020
Tuition Fee: CAD 8,710 per semester
Location: Lakeshore Campus (Toronto, Canada)

The Humber College’s Bachelor of Commerce – Hospitality and Tourism Management degree program incorporates a “best of both worlds” approach: the theory and knowledge you gain from a traditional degree program in business administration and tourism studies, along with experiential learning in tourism industry sectors. Throughout the program, you will engage in analyzing a series of business and management scenarios for which you will prepare recommendations and solutions. The program also provides an international perspective through case studies that reflect the global nature of the tourism industry.

What sets our degree apart is the fact that it is an integrated bachelor’s degree, incorporating theory with real-world practice. You will interact with the industry and will be guided by professors with extensive, real world experience in research, education and industry. You’ll have a competitive edge in the tourism business world both in Canada and internationally, or, additionally, you may use your skills and expertise to continue with graduate studies or embark on an entrepreneurial career.

Courses included:

  • Financial Management
  • Operations Management
  • Tourism and Hospitality Industries
  • Service Quality Management
  • Lodging Operations Management
  • Food and Beverage Management

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Tourism is the world’s fastest growing industry. In Ontario alone, it is a key economic driver, bringing $34 billion into the province. Today’s tourism business leaders are looking for people who have both the knowledge and experience necessary to make immediate contributions to the workplace.

As a graduate of our program, you’ll be ready to pursue a multitude of opportunities with employers comprised of tourism suppliers such as airlines, hotels, restaurants and foodservice providers, attractions, wholesalers, retailers and distributors, and resorts and destination management organizations.

When you graduate, you will also be qualified for many positions with provincial and federal tourism boards and international hospitality management organizations.

You will have the skills needed to pursue a career in the many tourism sectors that include destination management, hospitality operations management, food and beverage management, attractions, event management, transportation, customer service management, and marketing. And you will be well prepared to own and operate your own small tourism business venture.

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