TOUMF-DP Tourism Management

Overview

After successfully completing the first year of Hospitality and Tourism Management, you may select the Tourism Management major as a second-year option to complete a diploma.

The program is designed to introduce students to the industry and build core skills in year one, and to build industry-specific management skill in the year two major.  The Tourism Management major focuses on developing skills to work in a variety of business models including attractions, events, and tourism services.

The courses are delivered from a management perspective and include classroom and experiential learning based course work.  Classes include Community Development, Event Management, Marketing and Sustainability among others.  Tourism Entrepreneurship offered in the final term is the capstone course in which you work in teams to develop a visitor attraction, drawing on your academic and work experience from previous terms.

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