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ANT-150 Cultural Anthropology

3 hours lecture/tutorial, or distance (D), 3 credits


This audio-visual course focuses on the cross-cultural study of human diversity. Topics include patterns of subsistence, linguistics, social, political and economic organization, religion, aesthetics, and the future of humanity.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 060, ENG 096, ENG 098 or ESL 090; or assessment.

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BUS-100 Financial Accounting Fundamentals

3 Hours lecture, 3 credits


This course presents a balanced and integrated introductory view of financial accounting. Students will be introduced to financial statement preparation procedures and techniques as well as to the fundamental analysis of financial statements for decision makers. The concepts and principles (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) that link preparation and use are given explicit attention. Credit will only be granted for either BUS 100 or BUS 112.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Principles of Math 11, Pre Calculus 11 or MAT 053; or C+ in Foundations of Math 11 or MAT 055; or assessment; or by admission to either the Tourism and Hospitality Management Certificate or Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma programs.

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BUS-162 Principles of Marketing

3 credits


This course introduces students to the basic concepts and principles of marketing as it relates to the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. Particular emphasis will be given to the topics of assessing dynamic marketing environments and developing a marketing strategy and marketing mix.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C+ in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, NIC ENG 060, ENG 096, ENG 098, ESL 090 or equivalent; or assessment, or by admission to the Tourism and Hospitality Management Certificate or Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma Program.

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BUS-170 Computer Applications for Business

3 hours lecture/lab, 3 credits


This course introduces students to computing concepts and skills using industry standard business application software in a hands-on Windows environment. Students will learn to use word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software applications and be able to apply them to various organizational functions. This course provides a practical base for developing sound analytical computing skills necessary in today's business world.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Principles of Math 11, Pre Calculus 11 or MAT 053; or C+ in Foundations of Math 11 or MAT 055; or assessment; or by admission to either of the Tourism and Hospitality Management Certificate or Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma programs.

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BUS-217 Management Accounting

3 hours lecture, 3 credits


Studies the role of the management accountant, cost concepts and terminology, cost flows, cost allocation, job and process costing, service departments, standard costs and variances, joint products, relevant costs and pricing.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in BUS 100 or BUS 113

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EMP-100 Co-Operative Education Pre-Employment Seminar

30 hours seminar/15 hours Directed Study; 3 credits


This pre-employment course prepares students for success in identifying, securing and keeping work that is related to their long-term career goals. This is a highly interactive seminar in which students will learn about the principles of transferring skills and knowledge from the academic environment to the practical work environment. Topics include: self-assessment of employability skills, values and attitudes, resume writing, interview practice, skill transfer theory, work search techniques, goal setting, and workplace success skills. In addition to the classroom component, students meet individually on a regular basis with Co-operative Education faculty and staff to work towards their short and long term employment goals. Students mustcomplete this course in the Fall term as a prerequisite to Co-operative Education Internship Work Term THM-197 or BUS 197 in the spring.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Acceptance into Co-operative Education Program

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ENG-116 Essay Writing & Indigenous Perspectives

3 hours lecture, or distance (D), 3 credits


ENG 116 introduces university-level research and writing in the humanities and social sciences and/or natural sciences with a specific focus on contemporary Indigenous issues in Canada. Students will critically analyze and study the writing, oral and aural practices of Indigenous scholars and teachers in a variety of disciplines and settings. Emphasis is placed on respecting and interweaving non-Indigenous and Indigenous ways of knowing and research methodologies in writing a post-secondary research paper. Students may not receive credit for ENG 116 if they have previously completed ENG 115, ENG 117 or ENG 125.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 098, ENG 096, ESL 090 or ENG 160; or English Assessment; or Academic IELTS overall score of 6.0 with band scores of 6.0 in Writing and Reading (Effective for the 2018/19 academic year); or completion of ENG 104.

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ENG-127 Indigenous Literatures in Canada

3 hours lecture, or distance (D), 3 credits


English 127 introduces students to Indigenous literatures in Canada with emphasis on their historical, political, and cultural contexts. Students will study works selected from various genres, including story-telling, both oral and written, non-fiction writing, novels, short stories, drama, and poetry, as well as art, film, and digital media. They will learn to write reflective and scholarly analysis by interweaving Indigenous and Western approaches to textual interpretation and literary criticism. Students may not receive credit for ENG 127 if they have previously completed ENG 120, ENG 121 or ENG 126


Prerequisite(s):

  • C+ in Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 096, ENG 098, or ESL 090; or C in ENG 115, ENG 116, or ENG 117; or English Assessment; or Academic IELTS overall score of 6.0 with band scores of 6.5 in Writing and Reading; or completion of ENG 104.

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ENG-160 Effective Organizational Writing

3 hours lecture, or distance (D), 3 credits


English 160 is an applied writing course that focuses on communication skills required in professional and business fields. Students will learn how to use language effectively, produce general correspondence, synthesize research for formal report and proposal writing, and design effective documents.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 096, ENG 098, or ESL 090; or English Assessment; or Academic IELTS overall score of 6.0 with band scores of 6.0 in Writing and Reading; or completion of ENG 104.

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ENG-216 Travel Writing

18 hours lecture, 12-21 days travel, 3 credits


This course combines an intensive survey of contemporarty and historical travel writing with a study and practice of creative writing in fiction and non-fiction genres. The focus will be on the learning of the craft and writing through discussion, exercises and peer critiquing and when possible, travel.


Prerequisite(s):

  • B in English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 096, ENG 098, ESL 090, or C in one first-year university transfer English.

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FIN-247 Introduction to Digital Photography

4 hours, includes lecture + lab, 3 credits


This course offers an introduction to the fundamentals of digital photographic equipment, camera techniques, colour management and the establishement of an effective image workflow using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop for cataloguing, editing and output to print and electronic media.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C+ in FIN 110

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GEO-111 Environment, Society and Sustainability

Distance (D), 3 credits


This course focuses on the complex relationships between people and the environment. It provides an introduction to how the biosphere functions, examines the impacts of human activities and resource exploitation on the environment, and considers the potential for a sustainable society. Topics covered include; energy flow, biogeochemical cycles, ecosystem structure and dynamics, climate change, water resources, marine resources, biodiversity loss, protected areas and endangered species, human population growth, ecological footprint analysis, and environmental world-views.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 060, ENG 096, ENG 098, or ESL 090; or assessment.

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IMG-220 Introduction to Social Media


This introductory course will present current platforms, tools and technologies that are used in social media. It will look at communications models, strategies, monitoring, metrics and governance, and the social and cultural significance of social media. This course aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to effectively explore the opportunities and challenges associated with the use of social media.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, NIC ENG 096, ENG 098, or ESL 090 or English assessment.

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NAU-016 Restricted Operator Certificate - Maritime

7 hours


This seven-hour course will prepare you for the Department of Communications examination for the Restricted Operator Certificate (Maritime) (ROC-M).


Prerequisite(s):

  • None

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TCS-010 SuperHost Fndations of Service Quality


SuperHost introduces the principles of providing a quality service experience in the workplace and an understanding of the importance of exceptional customer service. You will learn about workplace communication, problem solving, customer and employer expectations, and more.


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TFS-010 FoodSafe Level I

8 hours


Obtain the necessary certification to work in the food service industry. This course covers important food safety and worker safety information including food borne illness, receiving and storing food, preparing food, serving food, cleaning and sanitizing. Certificates will be valid for 5 years from the date of issue. Note: Bring a packed lunch, beverage and government-issued picture ID to class.


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TGA-100 Guiding Skills 1

3 credits


This course introduces tools for establishing and maintaining physical and psychological safety considerations for effective outdoor guiding leadership, and further prepares students with the practical skills specific to field training experiences and industry expectations for risk and trip management.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Tourism Certificate Program

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TGA-101 Interpretation Culture

3 credits


The Interpretation course introduces the principles and skills for providing quality interpretation programs. Through a variety of in-class and in-the-field experiences, students develop their own style of interpretation along with a broad understanding of the rich natural and cultural heritage of coastal British Columbia.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Tourism Certificate Program

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TGA-102 Wildlife Viewing

2 credits


This course is delivered in two parts, terrestrial and marine. The first half prepares students with the foundations for working as an assistant bear viewing guide through training course standards established by the Commercial Bear Viewing Association of BC (CBVABC) or equivalent, with an opportunity to achieve certification. The second half focuses on marine mammal viewing skills, knowledge, and regulations as promoted through the Marine Education and Research Society (MERS) or equivalent. This course builds on the foundations provided in TGA 101 Interpretation.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program

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TGA-103 Sea Kayaking 1

2 credits


This course introduces introductory skills and knowledge for sea kayak touring as a platform for further training and certification associated with becoming an instructor and/or guide in the sea kayaking industry. This prepares students with basic recreational paddling skills for organizing personal day trips and overnight outings and experiences in SKGABC Class 1 & 2 waters.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Tourism Certificate Program

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TGA-104 River Rafting 1

2 credits


This course introduces skills and knowledge for commercial white water rafting as a platform for further training and certification associated with becoming a guide in the rafting industry. This prepares students with basic recreational paddling skills for organizing personal day trips and overnight outings on Class 1-3 rivers. Students will have the opportunity to achieve Swiftwater Rescue Technician certification.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program

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TGA-105 Canoeing

2 credits


The course is designed to develop tandem-paddling and tripping skills for flatwater and lake canoeing as per industry standards. This course provides a foundation for next pursuing instructor certification, and prepares students with a solid foundation for understanding and effectively managing these craft in camp and wilderness settings. Students are exposed to the rich history and modern use of canoes in Canada.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Tourism Certificate Program

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TGA-106 Sea Kayaking 2

3 credits


This course advances learning from TGA 103 toward becoming an assistant sea kayaking guide on the rugged BC Coast. A multi-day expedition allows students to apply and refine guiding skills learned elsewhere in the AG program. This is an approved guide training course with the Sea Kayak Guides Alliance of BC (SKGABC).


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Tourism Certificate Program

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TGA-107 Sailing

2 credits


This course introduces students to sailing and to the role of the crew and guide in providing an enjoyable and safe sailing trip. The course is structured to teach you the skills needed for safe day-cruising in familiar waters as both skipper and crew of a sloop-rigged keelboat of six to 10 meters in moderate wind and sea conditions. Successful participants will receive their Canadian Yachting Association Basic Cruising Standard or equivalent ISPA certification.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Tourism Certificate Program

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TGA-108 Mountain Skills 1

2 credits


This course covers the basics of mountaineering from movement on snow, rock and ice to anchoring and belaying in all these mediums, glacier travel, route finding and much more. Recommend previous experience working with ropes, or having done Rock Skills 1.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program

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TGA-109 Winter Mountain Travel 1

2 credits


This field-focused course includes an introduction to avalanche awareness and winter mountain backcountry touring skills, including one night of winter camping. Students have the opportunity to achieve Avalanche Skills Training One (AST 1).


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program

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TGA-110 Guiding Skills 2

3 credits


This course builds on the foundations of Guiding Skills 1 while further integrating leadership techniques and considerations with environmental and navigational considerations when planning and managing outdoor adventure activities to industry standards.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program

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TGA-111 Wilderness First Aid

2 credits


This course and certification is a core field requirement for most adventure tourism sectors and entry-level guide positions. This course includes CPR "C" and provides comprehensive training and certification for wilderness guides operating remote from immediate emergency medical assistance. Leadership and client pre-trip preparation with respect to contingency planning is emphasized.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program.

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TGA-112 Rock Skills 1

2 credits


This course covers rock climbing and lead climbing skills including movement on rock, belaying, rappelling, simple anchor building, complex anchors, using removable protection and advanced movement skills. Lead climbing skill development will included leading safe pitches with protection placement and planning your ascents to station management, plus some self-rescue techniques. On completion of this course students will feel comfortable going top-rope climbing and beginning to lead climbs on their own in a consistent, safe and confidence inspiring manner.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program

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TGA-114 River Rafting 2

2 credits


This course builds on skills and knowledge attained in TGA 104. It will further train and certify students to work as a guide in the rafting industry. This prepares students with intermediate and advanced paddling skills for organizing personal and commercial day trips and overnight expeditions in Class 1-3 rivers. Students will have the opportunity to achieve British Columbia River Outfitters Association (BCROA) Guide certification.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program and TGA 104.

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TGA-131 Field Specialty Option 1

2 credits, 40 hours


This course provides credits for field skills training and/or recognized industry certification specific to an adventure guiding related discipline as described in the BC Provincial Adventure Tourism Certificate Program Standardized Core Curriculum.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program.

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TGA-132 Field Specialty Option 2

2 credits, 40 hours


This course provides credits for field skills training and/or recognized industry certification specific to an adventure guiding related discipline as described in the BC Provincial Adventure Tourism Certificate Program Standardized Core Curriculum.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Guiding Certificate Program.

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TGA-700 Work Placement

1 credits


This is a two-week opportunity to show and refine abilities in a working environment while learning from seasoned professionals in the industry. In preparing for work placements, students receive guidance and feedback for fine-tuning resumes, and for ways of presenting yourself to prospective employers. Students will have the opportunity to work as an assistant guide or apprentice in a meaningful on-the-job experience


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Adventure Tourism Certificate Program

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THM-100 The Tourism Industry

3 credits


An introduction to the tourism industry and its role in the economy; its scale and impact, major sectors, tourism products in BC, development potential, language and terminology, industry structure and organization, revenue and costs in various sectors, case studies and applications. Students will learn key legal issues in the industry, and will identify educational and professional career path opportunities in various sectors in the province.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, NIC ENG 060, ENG 096, ENG 098 or ESL-090 or English assessment;

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THM-107 Accommodating Your Guest

3 credits


In this course we explore the challenges of successfully accommodating our guests in a complex and changing set of tourism environments with ever increasing guest expectations of quality and comfort. Using hotel operations as a foundation we explore the needs of accommodating guests in various other contexts including resorts, cruise ships, B&B's, campgrounds, overnight tours and base camps. Using the "Guest Cycle" as our framework we then review the needs of the guest and their relationship with the accommodation provider before, during and after their stay. This includes the reservations process, check-in, interactions during the stay, accounting and billing, check-out and follow-up. As part of the course students are introduced to one or more scheduling/ rooming systems (Property Management Systems, PMS) used to assist in scheduling guest activities, rooming the guest, billing and guest history.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 060, ENG 096, ENG 098, ESL 090; or assessment.
  • Completion of PREC-11 or Principles of Math 11; or C in Foundations of Math 11, Applications of Math 11 or MAT-033; or assessment.

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THM-108 Human Resource Management

3 credits


The key to the success of any tourism or hospitality organization is its ability to recruit and retain the right people at the right time. In Canada's current competitive labour market having the knowledge, skills and ability to maximize your human resources is critical for every manager. In this course you will gain an understanding of the fundamental human resources theory and practices necessary to ensure you are maximizing the potential of your staff and your business. Course topics include employment standards, the employment relationship, human resource development as well as the process of recruiting, selecting, training and evaluation your workforce.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 060, ENG 096, ENG 098 or ESL 090; or english assessment.

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THM-112 Leadership and Management

3 credits


This course is a mix of theory and practical applications. Students will learn about the characteristics and dynamics of modern business organizations and the role of managers and leaders. The use of leadership and management theory, the development of management tools to achieve goals, and learning how to convey information effectively will provide the foundation of this course. The role of leaders and personal approaches to leadership will be explored as a starting point for the students' own leadership development.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 060, ENG 096, ENG 098, or ESL 090; or English assessment.

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THM-170 Food & Beverage Service

3 credits


This course focuses on the philosophy and psychology of service as well as the technical skills (or the mechanics) of service. Students will experience a combination of service theory reinforced by the actual practice of the concepts learned. Emphasis on the concept of customer relations, from its broadest perspective, and the ways it impacts on the customer and on the interpersonal skills needed to manage situations. Students will understand and appreciate the areas of service that are important and critical from a guest and management point of view.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in Applications of Math 11 or Foundations of Math 11, or B in Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 11, or successful completion of MAT-033, or completion of Principles of Math 11 or Pre-calculus 11, or assessment.
  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 096, ENG 098, or ESL 090; or English assessment.

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THM-175 Mixology & Oenology

3 credits


This course is a combination of theory, demonstration and practical experience in the classroom, bar lab and through field trips and guest speakers. The course includes general product & service knowledge of alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages. It also provides the students with the ability to prepare standard classic cocktail recipes, apply basic bar operating procedures, and learn skills to properly engage the guest at a beverage establishment. Students also increase their industry regulatory knowledge through a detailed understanding of responsible alcohol service - Serving It Right certification.


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THM-197 Co-operative Ed Internship Work Term

3 credits


This course gives students an opportunity to apply and extend academic knowledge and practical skills while employed with qualified co-op employers. The full-time five-month work experience is facilitated and supervised by the College and includes assignments, based on career development and the work experience, to meet individual educational goals and objectives. Students must complete Co-Operative Education Pre-Employment Seminar (EMP-100) in the Fall term as a prerequistie to this course which is scheduled in the spring term.


Prerequisite(s):

  • EMP 100 plus Completion of a minimum of 24 credits towards the Tourism and Hospitality Managament Diploma.

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THM-211 Sustainable Tourism Industry

3 credits


This specialized course provides an overview of the challenges facing tourism managers and operators in today's environmentally sensitive marketplace. We explore the relationship between tourism, recreation, and the management of tourism business in conjunction with the natural resources being utilized and the participants and managers of that resource. Industry, stakeholder, and government speakers representing their organizations' perspective will represent a large portion of the class.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of ENG 115, ENG 160 or ENG 117. May be taken as corequisites.

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THM-212 Tourism and Hospitality Law and Ethics

3 credits


This course deals with a summary of Canadian Law in general and specific areas applicable to the tourism and hospitality industry. Topics include sources of law, common law, statute law, forms of business, the sale of goods, human rights, working conditions, crime, labour relations, methods of securing debt, liquor, health and other licensing, sale of food, alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages, safety of guests and guest's property and environmental issues.


Prerequisite(s):

  • C in one of Provincial English 12, English First Peoples 12, ENG 060, ENG 096, ENG 098 or ESL 090; or English assessment.

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THM-215 Tourism & Hospitality Managerial Accounting

3 credits


This course is designed to provide an understanding of financial practices and information used by management in the tourism and hospitality industry. Topics included are financial analysis, working capital and cash-flow management, debt and equity financing, labour costs, forms of business, risk and insurance, income and other taxes, operational budgeting, capital budgeting, purchasing vs. leasing, pricing, R.O.I., investment decisions, contribution margin and breakeven analysis, feasibility studies and tax issues and planning. The course will expand on the use of computerized accounting software and spreadsheet software.


Prerequisite(s):

  • BUS 100

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THM-219 Tourism & Hospitality - Year 2 Field Tri

75 hours lab/field trip + group work 3 credits


This specialized international field trip builds on student learning from the first and second year of the program by exposing students to a wide variety of Tourism and Hospitality operations in an international setting. Students are required to stay in and tour a four or five star rated accommodation property, dine in and tour a four or five star rated restaurant, and attend a theme event or performance. In addition, students visit and tour several relevant businesses and services within the eight sectors of the tourism and hospitality industry. They are required to contrast these businesses and services with comparable regional/local services and with the relevant tourism and hospitality theory studied in the classroom.


Prerequisite(s):

  • 15 credits in THM or BUS.

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THM-222 Entrepreneurship in Tourism

Lecture, 3 credits


This course deals with a broad range of business skills. Drawing on prior course knowledge from planning & research, business writing, marketing, accounting, human resources, and sales and promotion students will evaluate a new or existing business idea or concept and formulate a formal business plan for the concept. Topics cover the research, development and business planning for a tourism and hospitality related business. This course will also utilize a wide variety of Microsoft Office 2003 programs including word, excel, and publisher.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Completion of BUS 162, and one of BUS 100, BUS 112 or TRM 115.

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THM-225 Cross Cultural Tourism

3 credits


This course is aimed at increasing participant's awareness of and sensitivity toward their own and other cultures and challenging participants to view themselves as cultural beings. This course develops knowledge and demonstrable skills competence in cross-cultural settings and increases participant's knowledge of issues related to cultural sustainability within the context of tourism activity.


Prerequisite(s):

  • ENG 115, ENG 160 or ENG 117. May be taken as corequisites. Minimum Grade C

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