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1st Semester

ECN104 – Introductory Microeconomics

This course is concerned with basic concepts of demand and supply, the theory of the firm, and distribution of income. It includes a study of business behaviour and decision making under various market conditions: pure competition, oligopoly, monopolistic competition, monopoly.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Antirequisite: ECN 110 and FMG 905

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

*HTF100 – Introduction to Foodservice, or

As an introduction to the foodservice industry, this course will cover such basics as kitchen, safety, HACCP, sanitation, food preparation, terminology, menu planning and staff organization. Through demonstrations in the lab, students will see and experience a variety of food preparation techniques and sample a variety of food products. Students will be expected to create, cost and plan an event menu using the concepts and theories presented.

Lect: 2 hrs./Lab: 1 hr.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

*HTL101 – Lodging Industry and Organization

This course offers an introduction to the lodging industry. Students will become familiar with the major segments within the accommodation industry and also with the organizational structure of hotels. The concepts of chain affiliation, management contract, the stages of the guest cycle and the management of the Front Office, housekeeping, security, and engineering and maintenance will also be discussed. The students will be familiarized with the key metrics of room statistics and hotel performance measurement.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTH102 – Service and Professionalism

This course will introduce the students to quality service. General systems theory is used to investigate the concept of service excellence as a philosophical framework of developing a service management strategy to insure service quality. Current issues include regarding quality service and the organizational and managerial implications.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Antirequisite: RMG 303

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTT 202 – Tourism Concepts

This course critically assesses travel and tourism as a system and develops its general interrelated and interdependent elements. Selected trends impacting the entire industry are also discussed as to their system wide impacts. Major economic, environmental and sociocultural concepts/impacts are discussed, including interactions between visitors and host communities. This course serves as a foundation for pursuing a career in any sector of the industry.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

ITM 102 – Business Information Systems I

This course introduces students to the role of information systems and technology strategy in the modern enterprise with a focus on helping users apply technology to achieve and maintain competitive advantage. Basic concepts include the use of systems to support business decision-making, computer hardware and software systems, networks, telecommunications, and e-business basics. Emphasis is on the development of critical thinking and analytical skills through the exploration of real-life business system applications, case studies, and a research project. During the lab component, this course also provides students with a hands-on introduction to basic Microsoft Office computer applications including MS-Access and Excel. Upon completion of this course, students should have the generic computer skills they will need for academic, personal and business success.

Lect:  2 hrs./Lab: 1 hr.

Antirequisites: ITM 101 and ITM 277

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1


2nd Semester

ACC100 – Introductory Financial Accounting

The course is designed to give students a basic understanding of accounting for business decisions. Accounting is the language of business. The course will emphasize how transactions impact the accounting equation (Assets = Liabilities + Shareholders' Equity). Detailed journal entries will not be emphasized. Accounting 100 will emphasize the decision-makers or users. The course should be taken by students who don't want to become accountants, but want to gain a basic understanding of accounting.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Antirequisite: ACC 110

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

CMN 207 – Communication in Hospitality and Tourism Management

The workshop course, especially designed for students in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program, introduces students to the strategies of successful communication in professional practice. Students develop an awareness of audience and tone. They learn to select and organize pertinent information, and to express ideas clearly and persuasively.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

ECN 204 – Introductory Macroeconomics

This course centres around an explanation of levels of national income, employment and prices, the business cycle, factors affecting economic growth and international trade. It also includes a critical analysis of monetary and fiscal policies designed to achieve the established goals.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Antirequisite: ECN 210 and FMG 905

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

*HTF 100 – Introduction to Foodservice, or

As an introduction to the foodservice industry, this course will cover such basics as kitchen, safety, HACCP, sanitation, food preparation, terminology, menu planning and staff organization. Through demonstrations in the lab, students will see and experience a variety of food preparation techniques and sample a variety of food products. Students will be expected to create, cost and plan an event menu using the concepts and theories presented.

Lect: 2 hrs./Lab: 1 hr.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

*HTL 101 – Lodging Industry and Organization

This course offers an introduction to the lodging industry. Students will become familiar with the major segments within the accommodation industry and also with the organizational structure of hotels. The concepts of chain affiliation, management contract, the stages of the guest cycle and the management of the Front Office, housekeeping, security, and engineering and maintenance will also be discussed. The students will be familiarized with the key metrics of room statistics and hotel performance measurement.

Lect:  3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTH 503 – Human Resources Administration

This course examines the theory of human resource administration and relates the theories to practice in administration functions such as employment planning, selection, training, development and compensation. Current trends and problems are examined. (Equivalent to MHR 523).

Lect:  3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

1 Lower Liberal

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3rd Semester

HTH601 – Organizational Behaviour

This course examines the behavioural characteristics of people at work as applied to the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. Areas covered include: organizations in society, understanding individual behaviour, group dynamics, leadership, motivation, job-enrichment, communication, power, and quality of work life. The objective is to give the student a realistic view of the problems encountered in managing people and the alternatives available to managers in solving human relation problems. (Equivalent to MHR 405).

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTL507 – Lodging Facilities Management

This course will focus on the management components of the engineering, housekeeping and maintenance aspects of a lodging property. The student will also be introduced to the major energy systems and their conservation aspects. Hospitality operations equipment and systems will be explored and the maintenance of such systems will be discussed.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisites: HTL 101

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTM302 – Marketing Principles

Emphasis is placed on building a good foundation for the fundamental concepts and principles of marketing. This includes topics such as the core principles of marketing, the service/experience oriented marketing environment, consumer behaviour, segmentation, positioning and the marketing mix in the context of the service/experience oriented Hospitality and Tourism industry. As a basic marketing course, the major effect is to give a broad view of marketing in the service sector.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTT303 – Travel Product Distribution

In this course a functional approach is used to describe and analyze issues related to the market distribution channels for travel products and services. Analyses of the roles of retail travel agents, wholesalers, tour operators and specialty channelers, such as meeting planners are included. Thus, this course provides information necessary for student managerial career planning in the travel and tourism industry.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

QMS102 – Business Statistics I

This course consists of an introduction to business statistics including methods of describing, summarizing, graphically presenting, measuring and analyzing statistical data, probability distributions, covariance applications, sampling distributions and control charts. The course emphasizes how to apply various statistical techniques in the support of managerial decisions in the various functional areas of business. Students will be required to use appropriate computer software and/or calculator to present and analyse statistical data.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Antirequisites: QMS 204, QMS 400

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

1 Lower Liberal

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4th Semester

HTA402 – Management Accounting for HTM

The course introduces the student to the key concepts of financial statement structure and managerial accounting in the hospitality industry, including the importance of the Uniform System of Accounts. The major techniques available to assist management in the planning and control decisions will be studied. The major topics to be covered are: the concept of cost and cost control; the pricing decision; cost-volume-profit analysis; operating and cash budgets. A budget preparation project will be an integral part of the course.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisite: ACC 100

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTF201 – Food and Beverage Cost Control Systems

This course examines control functions in food and beverage operations affecting profitability. Definition, planning, design, standards and analysis of food and beverage cost controls are studied. Topics include control of sales, income, inventory and labour costs, cost-volume-profit relationships, menu engineering and the use of technology in food and beverage planning and control.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTM402 – Strategic Marketing Planning

This course builds on the basic marketing concepts to enable the student to contend with marketing problems and opportunities that present themselves in the hospitality and tourism industry. Marketing research techniques and marketing planning are applied to actual situations. Student groups are required to undertake and prepare a documented market study for a business of their choice. Cases, industry events and guest speakers will supplement class lectures and discussions.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Antirequisites: HTR 741, Prerequisite: HTM 302

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTR741 – Hospitality and Tourism Research Concepts

This course examines the purposes, applications, procedures, constraints and management of applied hospitality and tourism research. It provides the potential researcher, or research buyer/user/supervisor through application with an understanding of the research decision making process. The course also offers a framework for appraising research projects, thus enhancing their role in managers' decision-making. Furthermore, the course introduces some basic applications of the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

LAW122 – Business Law

This is an introductory course, prerequisite to further studies in law. The course begins with a discussion of the nature and sources of law and an examination of the court system in Canada, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and a survey of the more important aspects of the law of torts. The course then concentrates on the legal requirements for the formation of a valid contract. Other major contract law topics include interpretation, privity, discharge, breach, and special types of contracts. Selected cases will be examined.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

1 Lower Liberal

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5th Semester

HTA602 – Financial Management for Hosp/Tourism

The course introduces the students to the key concepts of Financial Management. It concentrates on the "Financing Side" of the Balance Sheet and reviews and evaluates alternative capital structures, including financial statement analysis and capital budgeting techniques. After reviewing and discussing the methods for measuring rates of return on investment and the cost of capital, students will be introduced to specific financial techniques relating to leases, business valuations, feasibility studies and franchising.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisite: HTA 402

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTD500– Concepts Design Feasibility

The emphasis in this course is on the planning function as it relates to the conceptualization, development, financing and feasibility of new businesses. The course focuses on the development process; concept identification and assessment; spatial planning; financial forecasting; capital budgeting; and valuation and sources of financing leading to the determination of the economic viability of a proposed business venture. The course has been designed to provide both a pragmatic and theoretical orientation requiring students to source primary and secondary data, analyze it and then write a major paper in form of a feasibility study.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisites: HTA 402 and HTM 402

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

2 Table I – PROFESSIONAL TABLE I

A total of seven courses is required.

 

HTF 505 Restaurants from Concept to Operations
HTF 506 Food and Beverage Operations
HTF 601 Beverage Management
HTH 700 Professional Ethics in Hosp/Tourism
HTH 706 Management Placement and Experience
HTI 746 Destination Management Systems
HTL 503 Meeting and Convention Management
HTL 510 Asset Management in Hospitality
HTL 701 The Power of Branding in Hosp/Tourism
HTL 801 Hospitality Strategic Management
HTM 604 Hospitality and Tourism Sales
HTM 621 Advertising and Promotion
HTR 900 Director's Special Project
HTT 501 Introduction to the Gaming Industry
HTT 509 Who Makes the Rules? Issues in Tourism
HTT 510 Sustainable Tourism: The Golden Goose
HTT 605 Business Aspects of Incentive Travel
HTT 607 Event Management
HTT 622 Destination Management and Marketing
1 Table II – PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED TABLE II

A total of five courses is required.

CMN 288 Promotional Comm and Social Media
CMN 305 Strategic Public Relations in Prof Comm
CMN 306 Risk and Crisis Communication
CMN 313 Organizational Problem Solving and Report Writing
CMN 314 Professional Presentations
CMN 315 Issues in Communication and the Contemporary Workplace
CMN 316 Questioning Numbers
CMN 317 Governance in the Information Society
CMN 413 Corporate Communications
CMN 414 Interpersonal Communication in Management
CMN 443 Contemporary Intercultural Communication
CMN 447 Communication and Law
CMN 450 Participatory Media and Communication
CRB 605 Caribbean Tourism: Impacts and Resistance
ECN 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics I
ECN 502 Economics of Energy and Natural Resources
ECN 504 Intermediate Microeconomics I
ECN 506 Money and Banking
ECN 510 Environmental Economics
ECN 605 Labour Economics
ECN 606 International Monetary Economics
ECN 707 Economics of International Trade
ECN 808 Economic Growth and Technological Change
ENG 110 Literatures Across Borders
ENG 200 Writing as a Cultural Act
ENG 208 Introduction to Non-Fiction
ENG 416 American Literatures
ENG 520 The Language of Persuasion
ENG 701 Canadian Literatures
ENH 121 Health Law
ENT 501 Family Business in Canada
ENT 526 Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Strategy
ENT 527 Studies in Entrepreneurship
ENT 601 Identifying Opportunities
ENT 725 Management of Innovation
ENT 726 Creating a Business Plan
FIN 401 Managerial Finance II
FIN 501 Investment Analysis
FIN 502 Personal Financial Planning
FIN 510 Small Business Finance
FIN 512 Risk Management and Insurance
FIN 521 Advanced Investment Management
FIN 610 Short-Term Financial Management
FIN 611 Fixed Income Securities
FIN 621 International Finance
FIN 701 Financial Intermediation
FIN 800 Ethics in Finance
FRE 302 French Food, Wine and Hospitality
FRE 402 French Conversation and Pronunciation
FRE 502 Communication and Business French
FRE 515 Introduction to Business French
FRE 602 Business French in Practice
GEO 131 Energy, Earth and Ecosystems
GEO 151 Location, Location, Location
GEO 231 Principles of Demography
GEO 301 Marketing Geography
GEO 351 Internal Structure of the City
GEO 419 Retailing, GIS and Geodemographics
GEO 527 Inequalities in Urban Neighbourhoods
GEO 530 Urban Economic Geography
GEO 551 Urbanization and Regional Development
GEO 581 GIS, Geographic Data and Mapping
GEO 627 Accessibility of Urban Social Services
GEO 631 Exploration in Travel and Tourism
GEO 681 GIS and Geographic Analysis
GEO 691 Canadian Immigration: Patterns and Place
GEO 703 Perspectives on Environmental Management
GEO 714 GIS for the Municipal Professional I
GEO 719 GIS in Business: Strategic Mgmt Decisions
GEO 724 GIS for the Municipal Professional II
GEO 803 Recreation and Tourism Analysis
GMS 200 Introduction to Global Management
GMS 422 Quality Management
GMS 522 International Marketing
GMS 550 Business-to-Business e-Commerce
GMS 690 The North American Business Environment
GMS 691 The Asian Business Environment
GMS 723 International Trade
GMS 724 Management of International Enterprise
GMS 850 Global Management Strategy
HIM 301 Healthcare Information Analysis
HIM 404 Health Economics
HIS 590 Modern International Relations
HSM 301 The Healthcare Systems
HSM 307 Principles of Long Term Care Service Del.
HSM 308 Project Management - Long Term Care
HSM 309 Trends in Long Term Care Service Delivery
HSM 310 Institutional Structure
HSM 437 Human Resources Management in Healthcare
ITM 100 Foundations of Information Systems
ITM 200 Fundamentals of Programming
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
ITM 330 Supply Chain Process Architecture
ITM 350 Concepts of e-Business
ITM 360 Establishing an eBusiness Operation
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management
ITM 505 Managing Information Systems
ITM 750 IS Project Management
LAW 321 The Law of Hospitality and Tourism
LAW 326 Law for Health Managers
LAW 525 The Law of the Marketplace
LAW 529 Employment and Labour Law
LAW 603 Advanced Business Law
LAW 703 Real Estate Law
LAW 723 Issues in Information Technology Law
LAW 724 Legal Aspects of International Business
MHR 505 Organizational Behaviour II
MHR 522 Union Management Relations
MHR 600 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
MHR 623 Recruitment and Selection (Staffing)
MHR 640 Leadership
MHR 650 Management of Change
MHR 700 Cross-Cultural Dimensions of Organizational Behaviour
MHR 711 Occupational Health and Safety
MHR 721 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
MHR 733 Training and Development
MHR 741 Managing Interpersonal Dynamics and Teams
MHR 749 Compensation Management
MHR 841 Organization Theory and Design
MHR 849 Human Resources Planning
MHR 850 Organization Development
MKT 300 Marketing Metrics and Analysis
MKT 400 Understanding Consumers and the New Media
MKT 504 Effective Persuasion
MKT 510 Innovations in Marketing
MKT 600 Integrated Case Analysis
MKT 700 Business Intelligence/Decision Modeling
MKT 723 Marketing in the Service Industry
MKT 730 Assessing/Managing Market Opportunities
MKT 731 Competitive Intelligence
MKT 828 Sport Marketing Concepts and Strategy
MKT 829 International Sport Marketing
MKT 850 Applied Research Project
OHS 208 Occupational Health and Safety Law
PHL 302 Ethics and Health Care
PLE 635 Feasibility Analysis of Development
PLX 333 City Building: Planning for Non-Planners
POG 315 Equity and Human Rights in Canada
PSY 102 Introduction to Psychology I
PSY 108 Applied Problem Solving
PSY 805 Adjustment, Stress and Coping
QMS 202 Business Statistics II
QMS 442 Multiple Regression for Business
REM 300 Introduction to Real Estate Management
REM 400 Real Estate Finance I
REM 420 Sustainability in Real Estate
REM 500 Real Estate Development and Project Mgmt
REM 520 Real Estate Economics I
REM 600 Housing and Construction Management
REM 620 Real Estate Finance II
REM 660 Real Estate Strategic Management
REM 700 Real Estate Valuation
REM 750 Real Estate Economics II
RMG 200 Intro to Retail and Services Management
RMG 302 Retail Consumer Insight
RMG 400 Buying Process I
RMG 434 Intro to Logistics and Supply Chain Mgmt
RMG 452 Visual Merchandising and Space Planning
RMG 817 Digital Advertising in Retailing
RMG 821 Research and Analytics in Social Media
RMG 905 Design, Commerce and Culture
RMG 906 International Retail Markets
RMG 907 Relationship Marketing
RMG 909 Advanced Buying Process II
RMG 910 Multi-Channel Retailing
RMG 922 Retailing 2.0: Social Media Marketing
SPN 402 Spanish Conversation and Pronunciation
SPN 515 Introduction to Business Spanish
SPN 702 Communication in Business Spanish
SPN 802 Spanish for Business Strategies

 

1 Upper Liberal

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6th Semester

HTH501 – Advanced Service Management Systems

This course will focus on the issues and problems in the implementation of service management strategies in the hospitality and tourism industry. Among the topics discussed are: customer relationship management, customer's expectations, customer satisfaction and service quality, measuring customer satisfaction, customer complaint management, the process of continuous improvement, the technological revolution as applied to service and the experience and transformational economy. Students will have the opportunity to work on a real-life case involving training for customer service in the hospitality and tourism industry incorporating the topics of this course.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisite: HTH 102

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTI404– Hospitality Information Systems

The hospitality industry employs technology and computerized management systems in many different areas, to manage the customer experience and the administration of the organization. In this course, students will gain an understanding of this technology and these management systems and how they are selected and deployed. Students will be guided to use the Internet to evaluate vendors of hospitality systems.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisites: ITM 102

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

2 Table I – PROFESSIONAL TABLE I

A total of seven courses is required.

 

HTF 505 Restaurants from Concept to Operations
HTF 506 Food and Beverage Operations
HTF 601 Beverage Management
HTH 700 Professional Ethics in Hosp/Tourism
HTH 706 Management Placement and Experience
HTI 746 Destination Management Systems
HTL 503 Meeting and Convention Management
HTL 510 Asset Management in Hospitality
HTL 701 The Power of Branding in Hosp/Tourism
HTL 801 Hospitality Strategic Management
HTM 604 Hospitality and Tourism Sales
HTM 621 Advertising and Promotion
HTR 900 Director's Special Project
HTT 501 Introduction to the Gaming Industry
HTT 509 Who Makes the Rules? Issues in Tourism
HTT 510 Sustainable Tourism: The Golden Goose
HTT 605 Business Aspects of Incentive Travel
HTT 607 Event Management
HTT 622 Destination Management and Marketing
1 Table II – PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED TABLE II

A total of five courses is required.

 

CMN 288 Promotional Comm and Social Media
CMN 305 Strategic Public Relations in Prof Comm
CMN 306 Risk and Crisis Communication
CMN 313 Organizational Problem Solving and Report Writing
CMN 314 Professional Presentations
CMN 315 Issues in Communication and the Contemporary Workplace
CMN 316 Questioning Numbers
CMN 317 Governance in the Information Society
CMN 413 Corporate Communications
CMN 414 Interpersonal Communication in Management
CMN 443 Contemporary Intercultural Communication
CMN 447 Communication and Law
CMN 450 Participatory Media and Communication
CRB 605 Caribbean Tourism: Impacts and Resistance
ECN 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics I
ECN 502 Economics of Energy and Natural Resources
ECN 504 Intermediate Microeconomics I
ECN 506 Money and Banking
ECN 510 Environmental Economics
ECN 605 Labour Economics
ECN 606 International Monetary Economics
ECN 707 Economics of International Trade
ECN 808 Economic Growth and Technological Change
ENG 110 Literatures Across Borders
ENG 200 Writing as a Cultural Act
ENG 208 Introduction to Non-Fiction
ENG 416 American Literatures
ENG 520 The Language of Persuasion
ENG 701 Canadian Literatures
ENH 121 Health Law
ENT 501 Family Business in Canada
ENT 526 Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Strategy
ENT 527 Studies in Entrepreneurship
ENT 601 Identifying Opportunities
ENT 725 Management of Innovation
ENT 726 Creating a Business Plan
FIN 401 Managerial Finance II
FIN 501 Investment Analysis
FIN 502 Personal Financial Planning
FIN 510 Small Business Finance
FIN 512 Risk Management and Insurance
FIN 521 Advanced Investment Management
FIN 610 Short-Term Financial Management
FIN 611 Fixed Income Securities
FIN 621 International Finance
FIN 701 Financial Intermediation
FIN 800 Ethics in Finance
FRE 302 French Food, Wine and Hospitality
FRE 402 French Conversation and Pronunciation
FRE 502 Communication and Business French
FRE 515 Introduction to Business French
FRE 602 Business French in Practice
GEO 131 Energy, Earth and Ecosystems
GEO 151 Location, Location, Location
GEO 231 Principles of Demography
GEO 301 Marketing Geography
GEO 351 Internal Structure of the City
GEO 419 Retailing, GIS and Geodemographics
GEO 527 Inequalities in Urban Neighbourhoods
GEO 530 Urban Economic Geography
GEO 551 Urbanization and Regional Development
GEO 581 GIS, Geographic Data and Mapping
GEO 627 Accessibility of Urban Social Services
GEO 631 Exploration in Travel and Tourism
GEO 681 GIS and Geographic Analysis
GEO 691 Canadian Immigration: Patterns and Place
GEO 703 Perspectives on Environmental Management
GEO 714 GIS for the Municipal Professional I
GEO 719 GIS in Business: Strategic Mgmt Decisions
GEO 724 GIS for the Municipal Professional II
GEO 803 Recreation and Tourism Analysis
GMS 200 Introduction to Global Management
GMS 422 Quality Management
GMS 522 International Marketing
GMS 550 Business-to-Business e-Commerce
GMS 690 The North American Business Environment
GMS 691 The Asian Business Environment
GMS 723 International Trade
GMS 724 Management of International Enterprise
GMS 850 Global Management Strategy
HIM 301 Healthcare Information Analysis
HIM 404 Health Economics
HIS 590 Modern International Relations
HSM 301 The Healthcare Systems
HSM 307 Principles of Long Term Care Service Del.
HSM 308 Project Management - Long Term Care
HSM 309 Trends in Long Term Care Service Delivery
HSM 310 Institutional Structure
HSM 437 Human Resources Management in Healthcare
ITM 100 Foundations of Information Systems
ITM 200 Fundamentals of Programming
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
ITM 330 Supply Chain Process Architecture
ITM 350 Concepts of e-Business
ITM 360 Establishing an eBusiness Operation
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management
ITM 505 Managing Information Systems
ITM 750 IS Project Management
LAW 321 The Law of Hospitality and Tourism
LAW 326 Law for Health Managers
LAW 525 The Law of the Marketplace
LAW 529 Employment and Labour Law
LAW 603 Advanced Business Law
LAW 703 Real Estate Law
LAW 723 Issues in Information Technology Law
LAW 724 Legal Aspects of International Business
MHR 505 Organizational Behaviour II
MHR 522 Union Management Relations
MHR 600 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
MHR 623 Recruitment and Selection (Staffing)
MHR 640 Leadership
MHR 650 Management of Change
MHR 700 Cross-Cultural Dimensions of Organizational Behaviour
MHR 711 Occupational Health and Safety
MHR 721 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
MHR 733 Training and Development
MHR 741 Managing Interpersonal Dynamics and Teams
MHR 749 Compensation Management
MHR 841 Organization Theory and Design
MHR 849 Human Resources Planning
MHR 850 Organization Development
MKT 300 Marketing Metrics and Analysis
MKT 400 Understanding Consumers and the New Media
MKT 504 Effective Persuasion
MKT 510 Innovations in Marketing
MKT 600 Integrated Case Analysis
MKT 700 Business Intelligence/Decision Modeling
MKT 723 Marketing in the Service Industry
MKT 730 Assessing/Managing Market Opportunities
MKT 731 Competitive Intelligence
MKT 828 Sport Marketing Concepts and Strategy
MKT 829 International Sport Marketing
MKT 850 Applied Research Project
OHS 208 Occupational Health and Safety Law
PHL 302 Ethics and Health Care
PLE 635 Feasibility Analysis of Development
PLX 333 City Building: Planning for Non-Planners
POG 315 Equity and Human Rights in Canada
PSY 102 Introduction to Psychology I
PSY 108 Applied Problem Solving
PSY 805 Adjustment, Stress and Coping
QMS 202 Business Statistics II
QMS 442 Multiple Regression for Business
REM 300 Introduction to Real Estate Management
REM 400 Real Estate Finance I
REM 420 Sustainability in Real Estate
REM 500 Real Estate Development and Project Mgmt
REM 520 Real Estate Economics I
REM 600 Housing and Construction Management
REM 620 Real Estate Finance II
REM 660 Real Estate Strategic Management
REM 700 Real Estate Valuation
REM 750 Real Estate Economics II
RMG 200 Intro to Retail and Services Management
RMG 302 Retail Consumer Insight
RMG 400 Buying Process I
RMG 434 Intro to Logistics and Supply Chain Mgmt
RMG 452 Visual Merchandising and Space Planning
RMG 817 Digital Advertising in Retailing
RMG 821 Research and Analytics in Social Media
RMG 905 Design, Commerce and Culture
RMG 906 International Retail Markets
RMG 907 Relationship Marketing
RMG 909 Advanced Buying Process II
RMG 910 Multi-Channel Retailing
RMG 922 Retailing 2.0: Social Media Marketing
SPN 402 Spanish Conversation and Pronunciation
SPN 515 Introduction to Business Spanish
SPN 702 Communication in Business Spanish
SPN 802 Spanish for Business Strategies

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7th Semester

*HTA708 – Revenue Management for Hosp/Tourism

The discipline of Revenue Management in the hospitality and tourism industry has been developed to complement existing decision making activities. This course examines and illustrates the techniques of revenue management in the lodging, food and beverage and tourism sectors. Revenue management tactics and strategies will be broadened, developing the relationship between accurate forecasting and sound financial decision making. Students will be required to develop a functional lodging displacement analysis spreadsheet. A state of the art interactive computer simulation will be used to demonstrate revenue management techniques in a hotel or restaurant environment. Students will simulate the operation of a hotel or restaurant over an extended time period using revenue and cost techniques.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisite: HTM 402 and HTA 602

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

or *HTR841 – Research and Data Analysis

This course draws upon research skills and a technique learned in previous courses and complements these with both quantitative and qualitative techniques. Students conduct research on a given industry related assignment which involves undertaking a literature review, devising a methodology for conducting the research, collecting and analyzing data, seeking well substantiated findings relating to the assignment, and finally preparing a research report.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisites: HTD 500 and HTR 741 and QMS 102

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

HTH901 – Management Career Strategies

This course provides development of strategies and planning techniques for employment in Hospitality and Tourism Management. Leaders of industry share their experiences and views on issues that challenge today's management. Career planning, job search, company research alternatives, interviewing skills, identification of individual strengths, and developing networking strategies and dealing with workplace change are key components. The required 1600 hours of practical industry sector work experience must be completed before taking this course supported by documentation of work experience with proof of employment.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisite: HTH 501

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

1 Table I – PROFESSIONAL TABLE I

A total of seven courses is required.

 

HTF 505 Restaurants from Concept to Operations
HTF 506 Food and Beverage Operations
HTF 601 Beverage Management
HTH 700 Professional Ethics in Hosp/Tourism
HTH 706 Management Placement and Experience
HTI 746 Destination Management Systems
HTL 503 Meeting and Convention Management
HTL 510 Asset Management in Hospitality
HTL 701 The Power of Branding in Hosp/Tourism
HTL 801 Hospitality Strategic Management
HTM 604 Hospitality and Tourism Sales
HTM 621 Advertising and Promotion
HTR 900 Director's Special Project
HTT 501 Introduction to the Gaming Industry
HTT 509 Who Makes the Rules? Issues in Tourism
HTT 510 Sustainable Tourism: The Golden Goose
HTT 605 Business Aspects of Incentive Travel
HTT 607 Event Management
HTT 622 Destination Management and Marketing
2 Table II – PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED TABLE II

A total of five courses is required.

 

CMN 288 Promotional Comm and Social Media
CMN 305 Strategic Public Relations in Prof Comm
CMN 306 Risk and Crisis Communication
CMN 313 Organizational Problem Solving and Report Writing
CMN 314 Professional Presentations
CMN 315 Issues in Communication and the Contemporary Workplace
CMN 316 Questioning Numbers
CMN 317 Governance in the Information Society
CMN 413 Corporate Communications
CMN 414 Interpersonal Communication in Management
CMN 443 Contemporary Intercultural Communication
CMN 447 Communication and Law
CMN 450 Participatory Media and Communication
CRB 605 Caribbean Tourism: Impacts and Resistance
ECN 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics I
ECN 502 Economics of Energy and Natural Resources
ECN 504 Intermediate Microeconomics I
ECN 506 Money and Banking
ECN 510 Environmental Economics
ECN 605 Labour Economics
ECN 606 International Monetary Economics
ECN 707 Economics of International Trade
ECN 808 Economic Growth and Technological Change
ENG 110 Literatures Across Borders
ENG 200 Writing as a Cultural Act
ENG 208 Introduction to Non-Fiction
ENG 416 American Literatures
ENG 520 The Language of Persuasion
ENG 701 Canadian Literatures
ENH 121 Health Law
ENT 501 Family Business in Canada
ENT 526 Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Strategy
ENT 527 Studies in Entrepreneurship
ENT 601 Identifying Opportunities
ENT 725 Management of Innovation
ENT 726 Creating a Business Plan
FIN 401 Managerial Finance II
FIN 501 Investment Analysis
FIN 502 Personal Financial Planning
FIN 510 Small Business Finance
FIN 512 Risk Management and Insurance
FIN 521 Advanced Investment Management
FIN 610 Short-Term Financial Management
FIN 611 Fixed Income Securities
FIN 621 International Finance
FIN 701 Financial Intermediation
FIN 800 Ethics in Finance
FRE 302 French Food, Wine and Hospitality
FRE 402 French Conversation and Pronunciation
FRE 502 Communication and Business French
FRE 515 Introduction to Business French
FRE 602 Business French in Practice
GEO 131 Energy, Earth and Ecosystems
GEO 151 Location, Location, Location
GEO 231 Principles of Demography
GEO 301 Marketing Geography
GEO 351 Internal Structure of the City
GEO 419 Retailing, GIS and Geodemographics
GEO 527 Inequalities in Urban Neighbourhoods
GEO 530 Urban Economic Geography
GEO 551 Urbanization and Regional Development
GEO 581 GIS, Geographic Data and Mapping
GEO 627 Accessibility of Urban Social Services
GEO 631 Exploration in Travel and Tourism
GEO 681 GIS and Geographic Analysis
GEO 691 Canadian Immigration: Patterns and Place
GEO 703 Perspectives on Environmental Management
GEO 714 GIS for the Municipal Professional I
GEO 719 GIS in Business: Strategic Mgmt Decisions
GEO 724 GIS for the Municipal Professional II
GEO 803 Recreation and Tourism Analysis
GMS 200 Introduction to Global Management
GMS 422 Quality Management
GMS 522 International Marketing
GMS 550 Business-to-Business e-Commerce
GMS 690 The North American Business Environment
GMS 691 The Asian Business Environment
GMS 723 International Trade
GMS 724 Management of International Enterprise
GMS 850 Global Management Strategy
HIM 301 Healthcare Information Analysis
HIM 404 Health Economics
HIS 590 Modern International Relations
HSM 301 The Healthcare Systems
HSM 307 Principles of Long Term Care Service Del.
HSM 308 Project Management - Long Term Care
HSM 309 Trends in Long Term Care Service Delivery
HSM 310 Institutional Structure
HSM 437 Human Resources Management in Healthcare
ITM 100 Foundations of Information Systems
ITM 200 Fundamentals of Programming
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
ITM 330 Supply Chain Process Architecture
ITM 350 Concepts of e-Business
ITM 360 Establishing an eBusiness Operation
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management
ITM 505 Managing Information Systems
ITM 750 IS Project Management
LAW 321 The Law of Hospitality and Tourism
LAW 326 Law for Health Managers
LAW 525 The Law of the Marketplace
LAW 529 Employment and Labour Law
LAW 603 Advanced Business Law
LAW 703 Real Estate Law
LAW 723 Issues in Information Technology Law
LAW 724 Legal Aspects of International Business
MHR 505 Organizational Behaviour II
MHR 522 Union Management Relations
MHR 600 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
MHR 623 Recruitment and Selection (Staffing)
MHR 640 Leadership
MHR 650 Management of Change
MHR 700 Cross-Cultural Dimensions of Organizational Behaviour
MHR 711 Occupational Health and Safety
MHR 721 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
MHR 733 Training and Development
MHR 741 Managing Interpersonal Dynamics and Teams
MHR 749 Compensation Management
MHR 841 Organization Theory and Design
MHR 849 Human Resources Planning
MHR 850 Organization Development
MKT 300 Marketing Metrics and Analysis
MKT 400 Understanding Consumers and the New Media
MKT 504 Effective Persuasion
MKT 510 Innovations in Marketing
MKT 600 Integrated Case Analysis
MKT 700 Business Intelligence/Decision Modeling
MKT 723 Marketing in the Service Industry
MKT 730 Assessing/Managing Market Opportunities
MKT 731 Competitive Intelligence
MKT 828 Sport Marketing Concepts and Strategy
MKT 829 International Sport Marketing
MKT 850 Applied Research Project
OHS 208 Occupational Health and Safety Law
PHL 302 Ethics and Health Care
PLE 635 Feasibility Analysis of Development
PLX 333 City Building: Planning for Non-Planners
POG 315 Equity and Human Rights in Canada
PSY 102 Introduction to Psychology I
PSY 108 Applied Problem Solving
PSY 805 Adjustment, Stress and Coping
QMS 202 Business Statistics II
QMS 442 Multiple Regression for Business
REM 300 Introduction to Real Estate Management
REM 400 Real Estate Finance I
REM 420 Sustainability in Real Estate
REM 500 Real Estate Development and Project Mgmt
REM 520 Real Estate Economics I
REM 600 Housing and Construction Management
REM 620 Real Estate Finance II
REM 660 Real Estate Strategic Management
REM 700 Real Estate Valuation
REM 750 Real Estate Economics II
RMG 200 Intro to Retail and Services Management
RMG 302 Retail Consumer Insight
RMG 400 Buying Process I
RMG 434 Intro to Logistics and Supply Chain Mgmt
RMG 452 Visual Merchandising and Space Planning
RMG 817 Digital Advertising in Retailing
RMG 821 Research and Analytics in Social Media
RMG 905 Design, Commerce and Culture
RMG 906 International Retail Markets
RMG 907 Relationship Marketing
RMG 909 Advanced Buying Process II
RMG 910 Multi-Channel Retailing
RMG 922 Retailing 2.0: Social Media Marketing
SPN 402 Spanish Conversation and Pronunciation
SPN 515 Introduction to Business Spanish
SPN 702 Communication in Business Spanish
SPN 802 Spanish for Business Strategies


8th Semester

*HTA708 – Revenue Management for Hosp/Tourism

The discipline of Revenue Management in the hospitality and tourism industry has been developed to complement existing decision making activities. This course examines and illustrates the techniques of revenue management in the lodging, food and beverage and tourism sectors. Revenue management tactics and strategies will be broadened, developing the relationship between accurate forecasting and sound financial decision making. Students will be required to develop a functional lodging displacement analysis spreadsheet. A state of the art interactive computer simulation will be used to demonstrate revenue management techniques in a hotel or restaurant environment. Students will simulate the operation of a hotel or restaurant over an extended time period using revenue and cost techniques.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisite: HTM 402 and HTA 602

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

or *HTR841 – Research and Data Analysis

This course draws upon research skills and a technique learned in previous courses and complements these with both quantitative and qualitative techniques. Students conduct research on a given industry related assignment which involves undertaking a literature review, devising a methodology for conducting the research, collecting and analyzing data, seeking well substantiated findings relating to the assignment, and finally preparing a research report.

Lect: 3 hrs.

Prerequisites: HTD 500 and HTR 741 and QMS 102

Course Weight: 1.00

Billing Units: 1

2 Table II – PROFESSIONAL TABLE I

A total of seven courses is required.

 

HTF 505 Restaurants from Concept to Operations
HTF 506 Food and Beverage Operations
HTF 601 Beverage Management
HTH 700 Professional Ethics in Hosp/Tourism
HTH 706 Management Placement and Experience
HTI 746 Destination Management Systems
HTL 503 Meeting and Convention Management
HTL 510 Asset Management in Hospitality
HTL 701 The Power of Branding in Hosp/Tourism
HTL 801 Hospitality Strategic Management
HTM 604 Hospitality and Tourism Sales
HTM 621 Advertising and Promotion
HTR 900 Director's Special Project
HTT 501 Introduction to the Gaming Industry
HTT 509 Who Makes the Rules? Issues in Tourism
HTT 510 Sustainable Tourism: The Golden Goose
HTT 605 Business Aspects of Incentive Travel
HTT 607 Event Management
HTT 622 Destination Management and Marketing
1 Table I – PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED TABLE II

A total of five courses is required.

 

CMN 288 Promotional Comm and Social Media
CMN 305 Strategic Public Relations in Prof Comm
CMN 306 Risk and Crisis Communication
CMN 313 Organizational Problem Solving and Report Writing
CMN 314 Professional Presentations
CMN 315 Issues in Communication and the Contemporary Workplace
CMN 316 Questioning Numbers
CMN 317 Governance in the Information Society
CMN 413 Corporate Communications
CMN 414 Interpersonal Communication in Management
CMN 443 Contemporary Intercultural Communication
CMN 447 Communication and Law
CMN 450 Participatory Media and Communication
CRB 605 Caribbean Tourism: Impacts and Resistance
ECN 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics I
ECN 502 Economics of Energy and Natural Resources
ECN 504 Intermediate Microeconomics I
ECN 506 Money and Banking
ECN 510 Environmental Economics
ECN 605 Labour Economics
ECN 606 International Monetary Economics
ECN 707 Economics of International Trade
ECN 808 Economic Growth and Technological Change
ENG 110 Literatures Across Borders
ENG 200 Writing as a Cultural Act
ENG 208 Introduction to Non-Fiction
ENG 416 American Literatures
ENG 520 The Language of Persuasion
ENG 701 Canadian Literatures
ENH 121 Health Law
ENT 501 Family Business in Canada
ENT 526 Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Strategy
ENT 527 Studies in Entrepreneurship
ENT 601 Identifying Opportunities
ENT 725 Management of Innovation
ENT 726 Creating a Business Plan
FIN 401 Managerial Finance II
FIN 501 Investment Analysis
FIN 502 Personal Financial Planning
FIN 510 Small Business Finance
FIN 512 Risk Management and Insurance
FIN 521 Advanced Investment Management
FIN 610 Short-Term Financial Management
FIN 611 Fixed Income Securities
FIN 621 International Finance
FIN 701 Financial Intermediation
FIN 800 Ethics in Finance
FRE 302 French Food, Wine and Hospitality
FRE 402 French Conversation and Pronunciation
FRE 502 Communication and Business French
FRE 515 Introduction to Business French
FRE 602 Business French in Practice
GEO 131 Energy, Earth and Ecosystems
GEO 151 Location, Location, Location
GEO 231 Principles of Demography
GEO 301 Marketing Geography
GEO 351 Internal Structure of the City
GEO 419 Retailing, GIS and Geodemographics
GEO 527 Inequalities in Urban Neighbourhoods
GEO 530 Urban Economic Geography
GEO 551 Urbanization and Regional Development
GEO 581 GIS, Geographic Data and Mapping
GEO 627 Accessibility of Urban Social Services
GEO 631 Exploration in Travel and Tourism
GEO 681 GIS and Geographic Analysis
GEO 691 Canadian Immigration: Patterns and Place
GEO 703 Perspectives on Environmental Management
GEO 714 GIS for the Municipal Professional I
GEO 719 GIS in Business: Strategic Mgmt Decisions
GEO 724 GIS for the Municipal Professional II
GEO 803 Recreation and Tourism Analysis
GMS 200 Introduction to Global Management
GMS 422 Quality Management
GMS 522 International Marketing
GMS 550 Business-to-Business e-Commerce
GMS 690 The North American Business Environment
GMS 691 The Asian Business Environment
GMS 723 International Trade
GMS 724 Management of International Enterprise
GMS 850 Global Management Strategy
HIM 301 Healthcare Information Analysis
HIM 404 Health Economics
HIS 590 Modern International Relations
HSM 301 The Healthcare Systems
HSM 307 Principles of Long Term Care Service Del.
HSM 308 Project Management - Long Term Care
HSM 309 Trends in Long Term Care Service Delivery
HSM 310 Institutional Structure
HSM 437 Human Resources Management in Healthcare
ITM 100 Foundations of Information Systems
ITM 200 Fundamentals of Programming
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
ITM 330 Supply Chain Process Architecture
ITM 350 Concepts of e-Business
ITM 360 Establishing an eBusiness Operation
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management
ITM 505 Managing Information Systems
ITM 750 IS Project Management
LAW 321 The Law of Hospitality and Tourism
LAW 326 Law for Health Managers
LAW 525 The Law of the Marketplace
LAW 529 Employment and Labour Law
LAW 603 Advanced Business Law
LAW 703 Real Estate Law
LAW 723 Issues in Information Technology Law
LAW 724 Legal Aspects of International Business
MHR 505 Organizational Behaviour II
MHR 522 Union Management Relations
MHR 600 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
MHR 623 Recruitment and Selection (Staffing)
MHR 640 Leadership
MHR 650 Management of Change
MHR 700 Cross-Cultural Dimensions of Organizational Behaviour
MHR 711 Occupational Health and Safety
MHR 721 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
MHR 733 Training and Development
MHR 741 Managing Interpersonal Dynamics and Teams
MHR 749 Compensation Management
MHR 841 Organization Theory and Design
MHR 849 Human Resources Planning
MHR 850 Organization Development
MKT 300 Marketing Metrics and Analysis
MKT 400 Understanding Consumers and the New Media
MKT 504 Effective Persuasion
MKT 510 Innovations in Marketing
MKT 600 Integrated Case Analysis
MKT 700 Business Intelligence/Decision Modeling
MKT 723 Marketing in the Service Industry
MKT 730 Assessing/Managing Market Opportunities
MKT 731 Competitive Intelligence
MKT 828 Sport Marketing Concepts and Strategy
MKT 829 International Sport Marketing
MKT 850 Applied Research Project
OHS 208 Occupational Health and Safety Law
PHL 302 Ethics and Health Care
PLE 635 Feasibility Analysis of Development
PLX 333 City Building: Planning for Non-Planners
POG 315 Equity and Human Rights in Canada
PSY 102 Introduction to Psychology I
PSY 108 Applied Problem Solving
PSY 805 Adjustment, Stress and Coping
QMS 202 Business Statistics II
QMS 442 Multiple Regression for Business
REM 300 Introduction to Real Estate Management
REM 400 Real Estate Finance I
REM 420 Sustainability in Real Estate
REM 500 Real Estate Development and Project Mgmt
REM 520 Real Estate Economics I
REM 600 Housing and Construction Management
REM 620 Real Estate Finance II
REM 660 Real Estate Strategic Management
REM 700 Real Estate Valuation
REM 750 Real Estate Economics II
RMG 200 Intro to Retail and Services Management
RMG 302 Retail Consumer Insight
RMG 400 Buying Process I
RMG 434 Intro to Logistics and Supply Chain Mgmt
RMG 452 Visual Merchandising and Space Planning
RMG 817 Digital Advertising in Retailing
RMG 821 Research and Analytics in Social Media
RMG 905 Design, Commerce and Culture
RMG 906 International Retail Markets
RMG 907 Relationship Marketing
RMG 909 Advanced Buying Process II
RMG 910 Multi-Channel Retailing
RMG 922 Retailing 2.0: Social Media Marketing
SPN 402 Spanish Conversation and Pronunciation
SPN 515 Introduction to Business Spanish
SPN 702 Communication in Business Spanish
SPN 802 Spanish for Business Strategies
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