Program Overview (Program approved by PTIB)

This program provides an academic pathway for students to acquire the knowledge, skills and fundamental experience needed to work successfully in a range of hospitality and business management careers.

The 10-course program is provided via classroom, Moodle distance education, and applicable activities (ie guest speakers, field trips). The curriculum and training methodology is meant for students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and fundamental experience needed to work successfully in a range of hospitality business management careers.

Upon completing all the requirements for graduate students will receive:

– Business-Hospitality Management Diploma from the College

– Certificates for hospitality-related courses from the American Hospitality & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI)

The program also prepares and trains students to apply for the Serve It Right, World Host, and FoodSafe certificates.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of this program will be prepared for a variety of hospitality business management positions in a broad range of settings: for example, hotels, motels, resorts, restaurants, casinos, convention centers, and cruise ships, tourism services, and so forth.

NOC examples: hotel assistant manager, front desk manager, bed and breakfast operator, motel manager, reservations manager, ski resort manager, casino dealer supervisor, hotel clerk supervisor, reservations supervisor, tour guide supervisor, travel clerk supervisor.

Program Details

10 Months of Theory Courses

Theory Courses
    Academic Writing II (80 hours)
    Public Speaking – Presentation Skills II (80 hours)
    Project Marketing – Advertising (80 hours)
    Digital Branding (80 hours)
    Business Research (80 hours)
    Tourism and Hospitality in BC (80 hours)
    Hospitality Sales and Marketing (80 hours)
    Supervision in Hospitality Industry (80 hours)
    Managing Hospitality Human Resources (80 hours)
    Career Development (includes training for Serving It Right, FoodSafe and WorldHost) (80 hours)

Fee Structure

Fees (in CAD) Domestic Students International Students
Tuition $15,000 $15,000
Assessment Fee $- $250
Application Fee $250 $1,000
Administration Fee $2,000 $2000
Other Fees: Temporary Medical Insurance $- $300
Textbook Fee $1,200 $1,200
Course Materials $395 $395
Total Fees $18,845 $20,145

Tuition refunds are based on policy stated in the college’s enrolment agreement and bound by the Private Training Act Regulation.


  • High school graduates or mature student status (19 years or older at start of program)
  • Language requirement
    • English 12 (C+); or
    • IELTS 6.0 (5.5 Academic); or
    • TOEFL 60-78; or
    • PTE Academic ( Minimum 46 Overall); or
    • CLB 7; or
    • CAEL 50; or
    • Duolingo 85-90 (; or
    • College entrance test (63% minimum); or equivalent
  • International students must comply with the requirements of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada in respect to study permits

For more information on language requirements where internationally-recognized tests and other equivalencies are accepted, please consult with our admissions staff.