Hospitality and Tourism Management

Hospitality and Tourism Management

One Year, Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Program Code 0471 - Niagara Falls Campus ( learn more )

The information on this page applies to the Fall 2015 intake term, unless otherwise noted.

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Admission Requirements
Sept. 2015 to May 2016

  • Ontario College Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree, OR an acceptable combination of related work experience and post-secondary education (as determined by the College),


  • Proof of English proficiency.

Recommended Courses and/or Recommended Skills (Not Required for Admission):

  • Applicants should be computer literate in a Windows PC environment.

Selection and Ranking Process:

  • Testing or other supplemental evaluation may be required.

Career Opportunities

Enhance your diploma or degree with specialized training that will allow you to move up quickly in the hospitality and tourism industry. This program will give you the managerial, communication and leadership skills essential to your success.

Graduates can obtain entry-level, management and junior management positions in such areas as:

  • Convention/conference centres
  • Destination marketing
  • Hotel industry
  • Tourism operations
  • Tourist attractions

Degree Options

Niagara College maintains articulation/transfer agreements with other colleges and universities within Ontario, the rest of Canada, and Internationally. To see if there are any agreements available for this program, please visit the Articulation Agreement website. Credit Transfer Options

Some post-secondary credits can be transferred into any NC program.
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The NC Difference

  • Niagara is located in the heart of Canada’s growing hospitality and tourism industry
  • Program develops leadership through technology and teamwork 
  • Extensive use of industry professionals ensures relevance of the Program Outline
  • Optional field placement provides students with a specific niche experience in the hospitality and tourism industry
  • Diverse student learning environment 
  • Individual placement or research opportunities are an optional consideration for students that have achieved an 80% average in their first term courses
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A dynamic new graduate level program that assists individuals to enter and progress in the Hospitality and Tourism industry. This program provides the candidate with a unique blend of academic and practical experiences that will expose them to the many facets and components of this growing field.
A unique blend of academic instruction and practical experiences exposes students in this program to the many facets of the growing hospitality and tourism management field.

For More Information

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Niagara Falls Campus

Term One (2015 Fall)
Course CodeCourse NameUnits
COMM9105Hospitality Business Communications
HOTL9120Food and Beverage Service Management
HOTL9608Accommodations Management
HOTL9680The Global Economy
HOTL9690Human Resource Management
TOUR9144Canadian Niche Tourism
TOUR9620Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
Term Two (2016 Winter)
Course CodeCourse NameUnits
HOTL9175Strategic Management and Leadership
HOTL9670Technology Applications in Hospitality and Tourism
HOTL9760Hospitality Operations and Risk Management
HOTL9770Operations Finance and Revenue Management
HOTL9780H&T Career Exploration
TOUR9610Sustainable Tourism Destination Development

Niagara Falls Campus

Maid of the Mist Campus

The Niagara Falls Campus is the 3rd permanent NC campus in the Niagara region, strategically located a short walk from the main tourism district of Niagara Falls.

For address, maps and directions, please visit this webpage.

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