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Our School offers an integrated and balanced program of applied education for the development of future managers and leaders in the Canadian and International hospitality and tourism industries.
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A hands-on approach to the development and delivery of food and beverage services offered to Hospitality and Tourism Management students. The students work with TRSM's Executive Chef, Paul Huang and Instructor Brian Heasman.
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Welcome New #HTMRyerson Students! Read welcome message from our Director, Dr. Frederic Dimanche, as well as information on our Academic Orientation.
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To graduate from the Hospitality & Tourism Management program, students must complete 1,000 hours of documented real-world work experience in the hospitality and tourism industry. This provides students with the essential balance of theory and practice to succeed in hospitality and tourism upon graduation. It also allows students to try out a range of professional settings and to evaluate industry and management styles first-hand, helping them to clarify their academic and career goals.
We also have the option for our students to choose the Co-Op program instead of the 1000 hours of work experience. The HTM Co-Op Option provides students with up to 16 months of paid work experience. The Co-Op student would complete their program in 5 years to accommodate these 4 work terms.