Hospitality and Tourism Management

Designed to equip you with skills to support the global hospitality and tourism economy, this program will help prepare you to enter a wide range of employment opportunities within the two thriving industries.   Program focus:

  • Hospitality management
  • Human resources management
  • Canadian hospitality law
  • Front office and housekeeping operations
  • Food and beverage operations
  • Ethics and sustainable tourism
  • Sales and relationship management
  • Transportation fares and costing tourism
  • Customer service
  • Destination marketing
  • Restaurant and food services
  • Operations
  • Supervision
  • Convention Management

Some of your career options:

  • Accommodation service manager
  • Banquet server
  • Bed and breakfast owner/operator
  • Campground operator
  • Casino slot attendant
  • Catering manager
  • Chief concierge
  • Hotel concierge
  • Customer service director
  • Director of sales and marketing
  • Executive housekeeper
  • Food and beverage manager
  • Food and beverage server
  • Food and beverage supervisor
  • Food service counter attendant
  • Front desk agent
  • Gate/cash attendant
  • Housekeeping room attendant
  • Nightclub manager
  • Recreation/activity director (cruise ships)
  • Reservations sales agent
  • Retail supervisor
  • Sales manager
  • Small business owner/operator
  • Special events coordinator
  • Wine server
  • Airline ground staff/supervisor
  • Bed and breakfast owner/operator
  • Campground operator
  • Casino slot attendant,
  • Front desk agent
  • Gate/cash attendant
  • General manager
  • Heritage interpreter
  • Recreation/activity director (cruise ships)
  • Reservations sales agent
  • Retail supervisor
  • Sales manager
  • Small business owner/operator
  • Special events coordinator
  • Ticket office supervisor
  • Tour guide
  • Tour operator
  • Tourism/visitor information counsellor
  • Travel agency manager
  • Travel trade sales manager
  • Travel writer/photographer
  • Visitor information centre supervisor

Program duration: 17.5 months Credential provided: Diploma

The Hospitality and Tourism Management program was reviewed and approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.

Reserve a slot now! Call 1-604-677-3866 to speak with an Eton College representative.

 

Hospitality Management Programs

Call 1-604-677-3866
to speak with an Eton College representative.

PATHWAY INFORMATION

Upon completion of the Hospitality and Tourism Management, you may be eligible to apply for admission at one of our Pathway partners and achieve transfer credit for courses taken at Eton College based on formal articulation agreements as summarized below:

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AT PARTNER UNIVERSITY

Pathway Partner Partner Program Credits Admission Requirement @ Articulation University
Bachelor of Tourism Management 51
  • ‐ A minimum of 2.0 GPA.
  • ‐ Must meet the English language requirement of 6.0 or higher for IELTS or 75 or higher for TOEFL.
  • ‐ Must meet all other entrance requirements set by Capilano University.

Please see the partner institution website for details on how to apply for your program, deadlines, GPA
requirements and tuition fee details.

Graduates of this program may also be eligible for transfer credit based on articulation agreements
between the Eton College Hospitality Management program and its articulation pathways.

CONTACT US

GET IN TOUCH :

604-677-ETON (3866) or 604-569-3896

CONTACT US ​

GET IN TOUCH :

604-677-ETON (3866) or 604-569-3896