TOURISM AND Hospitality MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Tourism and Hotel Management Programs include most of the components required for a successful career in tourism and hospitality. Students learn different aspects of the hospitality industry choosing from Managing Hospitality Operations Program, to International Hotel Management. This program has been approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.
The program includes a co-op option.
All applicants must provide:
1) proof of High School graduation, or be 19 years of age or older; and
2) pass Dorset College Placement Test with a score of 50% or higher; or successfully complete the Dorset Academic Preparation Program with an average grade of 65%; or one of the following:
ENGL 12 - 50%, COMM 12 - 67%, IELTS - 5.5, TOEFL iBT - 80.
The Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma Program includes most of the components required for a successful career in tourism and hospitality, students learn all the different aspects of the hospitality industry and all the departments that form an integral part of the tourism and hospitality industry from Destination Marketing and Development to develop and market a tourism destination, to Rooms Division (Front Office and Housekeeping, Facility Management), Managing Food & Beverage Operations, Marketing & Sales of the hospitality products and Convention Management & Service.
The program pays a special attention to the tourism industry and all the hotels’ supporting departments required performance to support the hotel operation (Human Resources, Supervision, Accounting, and Technology) including an interactive learning on how these departments operate, the special requirements needed to pursue a career in each of them, a detailed look at each department operations and understanding these departments’ role in a successful Hospitality operation.
12 months (960 hours without co-op) or 24 months (1760 hours with co-op)