Hospitality & Tourism Graduate Diploma

HOSPITALITY & TOURISM


Program code: HOS.TOU.DIP

Credential Awarded: Graduate Diploma (With co-op placement)

Program Duration: 2 Year

Delivery: Full-time

Delivery Mode: On-campus / Online

Program Intake: March, 2021 / July, 2021 / September, 2021 / November, 2021

Please Note: Weekday and Weekend Schedules are available, Please contact the college for more                            details

Program Overview

The Hospitality & Tourism Graduate diploma program is designed to give the Canadian experience in tourism & hospitality. The hospitality and tourism program emphasizes business planning, front desk operations, food and beverage productions, housekeeping, leadership skills, communication techniques, business law and ethics, sales and marketing, entrepreneurship, and e-commerce.

The students with bachelors in hospitality and tourism management are competitively qualified to work as a Customer Service Manager, Accommodation Manager, Events Coordinator, Catering Service Manager, Food & Beverage Service Manager, Restaurant Manager, Guest Service Agent, Tourism Development Manager, Conference Planner, Food and Catering Services Coordinator, Project Manager-Planning Tourism Destination, Hospitality & Tourism Relationship Manager, Hospitality & Tourism Travel Sales Coordinator, Booking and Reservations Officer.

In addition to the classroom work, students are required to successfully complete 320 hours of co-op work experience to obtain the diploma. NACPT’s commitment to perfection is demonstrated through the faculty members who are recognized experts. The curriculum of this program in bachelor of hospitality and tourism management engages the students in experiential learning through intensive training, industrial workshops, guest speaker’s sessions, project work to foster their growth in the Hospitality & Tourism sector.

Hospitality & Tourism Graduate Diploma

 

PROGRAM OUTLINE AND COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

Code Course

 Course Title

HP001

Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism (MGT 060)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Introduction to basic legal and ethical aspects of business operations.
    3.          2. Canadian legal system and how different forms of businesses such as sole
    4.           proprietorships, partnerships and corporations are regulated
    5.          3. Employment law, consumer law and competition law

HP002

Fundamentals of Marketing (Mgt 010)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Field of marketing
    3.          2. Importance of creating customer value
    4.          3. Marketing strategies and social responsibilities involved while marketing
    5.          4. Four P?s and C?s in marketing
    6.          5. Branding, retailing, wholesaling and personal selling.

HP003

Fundamentals of Accounting (Mgt 030)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Basic financial and management accounting principles and practices
    3.          2. Accounting cycle
    4.          3. Financial assets,liabilities
    5.          4. Financial statement analysis
    6.          5. Costing and cost benefit analysis and capital budgeting.

HP004

Macro Economics (Econ 002)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Economy of Canada vis-à-vis the global economy
    3.          2. Monetary policy of Canada, government debts, inflation, deflation,
    4.           international trade policy, balance of payment, and trade agreements

HP005

Introduction to HRM (Mgt 020)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Importance of human resource management
    3.          2. Basic requirements of managers

 

Code Course

 Course Title

HP006

Operations Research (Mgt 051)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Major tools of operations research
    3.          2. Markov chains
    4.          3. TSP heuristics
    5.          4. New LP models,
    6.          5. Simplex-based approach to LP sensitivity analysis.

HP007

Organizational Behavior (Mgt 005)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Organizational culture,
    3.          2. External environment organizational structure,
    4.          3. Motivation, group dynamics, leadership, change management
    5.          4. Communication

HP008

Business ethics ( 003)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Strategic management of MNEs
    3.          2. Front desk services in any hotel or travel industry
    4.          3. Guest services, rate structures, hotel reservations

HP009

Managing Front Office Operations (Mgt061)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Front desk services in any hotel or travel industry
    3.          2. Guest services, rate structures, hotel reservations

HP0010

Hospitality Law (Mgt 064)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Legal issues that hotel operations face daily
    3.          2. Basic legal principles that govern the hospitality industry

 

Code Course

 Course Title

HP0011

Managing Technology in Hospitality Industry (Mgt 066)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Technology strategies for the hospitality industry.
    3.          2. Various technologies used in restaurant, hotel, casino and other tourism sectors.

HP0012

Project Management(Mgt 040)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Importance of project management
    3.          2. Basic requirements of managers

 

Code Course

 Course Title

HP0013

Strategic Management (Mgt 009)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Purpose, mission and vision of any organization
    3.          2. Various business level and corporate level strategies
    4.          3. International strategies adopted by firms in recent times

HP0014

Housekeeping (Mgt062)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Housekeeping in hotel industry
    3.          2. Managing inventories, controlling expenses
    4.          3. Laundry, guestroom cleaning, and maintaining cleanliness in public area

HP0015

Food & Beverage Management (Mgt 063)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Types of food service industry
    3.          2. Organization of food and beverage
    4.          3. Preparing the menu & Maintaining sanitation and safety

HP0016

Training & Development in Hospitality Industry (Mgt 065)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Assessing training needs
    3.          2. Training tools and techniques
    4.          3. Imparting training
    5.          4. Evaluation, orientation and outsourcing.

HP0017

International & Canadian Tourism( Mgt 067)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Impact of tourism on the Canadian economy, culture, and environment

 

Code Course

 Course Title

HP0018

Management Fundamentals (Mgt 001)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Overview of management processes in organizations
    3.          2. Functions of management

HP0019

Micro Economics (Econ 001)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Fundamental economic principles and theories

HP0020

Business Law (Bus 004)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Introduction to the complex legal system
    3.          2. Statutory and common law relevant to business and consumer transactions
    4.          3. Introduction to tort law, law of contracts, competition law, consumer protection,
    5.          real and intellectual property legislations relevant to business

HP0021

Statistics for Business (Bus 010)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Various statistical methods and analysis that are required in a business scenario

 

Code Course

 Course Title

HP0022

English Fundamentals (Eng 001)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Fluency in Standard English
    3.          2. Basic principles of grammar, punctuation and writing

HP0023

Computer Applications in Business (Comp 002)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Tasks in professional office environment

HP0024

Sales Management (Mgt 011)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Introduction to professional selling

HP0025

Co-op placement
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Application of knowledge and skills in practical environment

A comprehensive skill set is developed in the following areas through the hospitality and tourism programs:

● Front desk customer service

● Event management

● Marketing and sales and management

● Facilities Management

● Managing transnational travel corporations

● Familiarity with the legal framework

● Familiarity with the database of events

● Providing training to employees

● Organization and time management

● Planning and scheduling

● Business communication

● Knowledge in statistics and accounting

● Learn to create an e-business strategy

● Conflict resolution

Students can pursue the following jobs after the hospitality and tourism program:

● Customer Service manager

● Accommodation Manager

● Events coordinator

● Catering Service Manager

● Food & Beverage Service Manager

● Restaurant Manager

● Guest Service Agent

● Tourism Development Manager

● Conference Planner

● Food and Catering Services Coordinator

● Project Manager-Planning Tourism Destination

● Hospitality & Tourism Relationship Manager

● Hospitality & Tourism Travel Sales Coordinator

● Booking and Reservations Officer

WHO CAN APPLY?

 

Mature students above or at the age of 18 

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent 

International Students

  1. Complete application/registration form. Click here for Online Registration.
  2. Attach a copy of your academic record in your native language and in official/certified English translation.
  3. Students from countries where first language is not English must provide proof of English proficiency:
    IELTS Academic: an overall minimum score  of 6.0 (no single test score below 5.0),
    TOEFL: 550 (paper based) 213 (computer based) or 88 (internet based),
    CAEL: overall band score of 60.
  4. Students without an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent must write the Wonderlic Assessment Test.
  5. Students who are or above 18 years of age should pass the Wonderlic Contemporary Cognitive Ability Test.
    (The assessment will help measure the cognitive ability and problem-solving aptitude of prospective employees
    for a range of occupations.)
  6. Submit your application with required documents to info@nacptpharmacollege.com

Domestic Students

  1. Complete application/registration form. Click here for Online Registration.
  2. Attach a copy of your academic record in your native language and in official/certified English translation.
  3. Students without an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent must write the Wonderlic Assessment Test.
  4. Students who are or above 18 years of age should pass the Wonderlic Contemporary Cognitive Ability Test.
    (The assessment will help measure the cognitive ability and problem-solving aptitude of prospective employees
    for a range of occupations.)
  5. Submit your application with required documents to info@nacptpharmacollege.com

1. Please allow for 1-2 business days for our administrative team to review your application.

 

2. Once your application has been reviewed, our administrative team will contact you to book a meeting for any grant application (if applicable) or to create your payment plan.

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