Hotel, Resort, Restaurant Administration Ontario College Advanced Diploma

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  • Objectives
    The Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Administration program will prepare you for a successful management career in today’s booming hospitality industry. Emphasis is placed on industry-related skills in your first year of study, which are applied during your five-month paid summer placement at recognized hotels, resorts and restaurants. Your second year will focus on hospitality management principles. These can be applied during your second five-month paid summer placement, which enhances the possibilities of permanent employment upon graduation. The third year is comprised of the most comprehensive hospitality management curriculum in Canada. Emphasis is placed on developing analytical problem solving and thought process skills. Through case study analysis, practical application and simulation, your learning experience will culminate in the start-up and operation of your own hospitality business.
  • Practical experience
    This program includes 1600-2000 hours of paid national or international work placement. Previous students have enjoyed placements with firms including: * Marriott Canada/USA * Banff Springs Hotel * Chateau Lake Louise * Jasper Park Lodge * Deerhurst Resort * Holiday Inns * Grandview Lodge
  • Academic title
    Hotel, Resort, Restaurant Administration Ontario College Advanced Diploma
  • Course description
    DFM 123 Healthy Living, Healthy Eating
    HRM 100 Wines
    HRM 105 Student Success for Hospitality I
    HRM 110 Food Preparation & Theory
    HRM 115 Introduction to Hospitality Management
    HRM 118 Food & Beverage Management
    HRM 132 Food Service
    HRM 134 Bartending & Beverage Service
    ACC 170 Introduction to Accounting
    CMM 126 College Communication I with Word Processing
    ECN 109 Economics in a Canadian Setting
    HRM 106 Student Success for Hospitality Il
    HRM 165 Front Office Management
    HRM 167 Housekeeping and Maintenance
    HUM 104 Interpersonal Relations
    LAW 130 Law & Security
    MTH 149 Mathematics

    BCL 121 Spreadsheet Applications - MS Excel
    HRM 218 Food, Beverage & Labour Cost Control
    HRM 222 Menu Design
    HRM 225 Hospitality Marketing
    HRM 232 The Art of Fine Service
    HRM 236 Information Technology
    HRM 240 Hospitality Industry Report l
    ACC 245 Management Accounting l
    CMM 180 Business Correspondence
    HRM 232 The Art of Fine Service
    HRM 251 Hospitality Project
    HRM 260 Facilities Design, Development & Equipment Selection
    HRM 275 Human Relations/Supervisory Development
    HRM 279 Tourism and Resort Management
    HRM 292 Convention Services Management
    Note: to proceed to the third year of Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Administration, students will have successfully completed all courses in the first two years and maintained a “B” average. Exception to this may be allowed subject to a review process.
    ACC 345 Management Accounting ll
    CMM 300 Report Writing ll
    HRA 310 Entrepreneurial Skills Development
    HRA 320 Rational Decision Making
    HRA 325 Leadership Workshop
    HRA 334 Project Management
    HRA 350 Hospitality Industry Report ll
    HRA 370 Critical Thinking

    HRA 360 Labour Relations & Collective Bargaining
    HRA 381 Marketing Management
    HRA 390 Organizational Behaviour
    HRA 393 Practical Business Operations
    HRA 395 Human Resource Management
    MTH 330 Financial Analysis & Practice

    On completion of this comprehensive program, you will have the option of graduating with your three-year advanced diploma or continuing to your four-year degree. Our formal articulation agreement with Southern New Hampshire University offers students an international education and paid internship experience. Upon completion of two three-month semesters and a nine-month paid supervisory level placement at a major four-star hotel or resort, you will graduate with your four-year Bachelor of Applied Science in Hospitality Administration degree.

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