Hospitality Management, Cooperative Education Designation, Diploma

Skills to be career ready. The long history of ܼŲͼ's Hospitality Management program's success is due in large part to a strong applied learning philosophy.

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Program at a glance



Work experience

Co-op / internship

Study options



Open to International


Area of study



2 years full-time

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Manage fine hotels and restaurants

Start in September, January or May

With your applied skills and a global perspective, you'll be in demand in the hospitality industry. You'll be following almost 40 years of graduates, who now have successful careers in some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in Canada and around the world. You will also be well-prepared to pursue entrepreneurial business ventures.

The Dunlop House

The Dunlop House Restaurant

All the applied learning classes are delivered out of the Dunlop House Restaurant, located at the Lansdowne campus, we consider this the heart of the program. From this professional facility, you will get to apply newly acquired skills and techniques.

Open fordinner (5-6:30pm)on Wednesdays from October until April, the restaurant features licensed bistro style dining utilizing award winning locally sourced, organic, and sustainable offerings, many in a variety of sizes, at affordable prices. Find out more and make a reservation.

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International students please contact International Admissions

What you'll learn

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Program outline

For more details, including courses, please see the program outline in the Academic Calendar.

Program outline

What to expect

The program consists of 21 courses, 1 Co-operative education term and 1 internship term starting in the Fall or Winter term. Program courses are delivered in a face-to-face instruction.

Co-Operative Education & Internship Work Experience

Apply your classroom skills in the workplace and bring your workplace skills back to the classroom!

Co-operative or internship education is a learner-centered model that empowers you, the student, to direct your own learning and to make a valuable contribution in the workplace. Your learning will be guided and supported by both your employer and the School with a faculty member from your program assigned to coach, monitor, and evaluate your work term development.

To participate in Co-operative Education you will need to successfully complete

  • HMGT 100, HMGT 184, HMGT 186, HMGT 190with a cumulativeGPAof 3.0 (C+)

To participate in the Internship Work Experience you will need to successfully complete all second year HMGT courses along with HMGT 101

Talk to your Co-op & Internship Coordinator, orlogin to the to book a Co-op Information Appointmentwith anEmployment Facilitatorto get more information. Connect with your Academic Advisor to plan your program and how co-operative education can fit.

The ܼŲͼ Student Pub

As a part of HMGT 184, Beverage Operations, first-year Hospitality Management students operate student-themed pub nights on Thursdays from 4pm - 6pm in the fall and winter semesters. This exciting course provides an opportunity for students to run their own pub operation and gain experience in special function management, licensing, liquor inventory and control, bartending, serving, food costing, food preparation and presentation, menu preparation, cash control and financial reporting.

The pub is open to students, faculty and guests. There's a new fun theme each week such as: Comedy Night, Beach Night, Shooter Pub, 50s Rock, Karaoke, Ski Night, Mexican/Tequila Night, Australian Night and many more! There is also a new menu each week with delicious food at very reasonable prices.

International education

Explore the world through study abroad opportunities. ܼŲͼ offers manystudy abroadopportunities with partner institutions around the world, as well as severalfield schoolopportunities each year. Your chance torethink your classroomstarts here!

If you are an international student coming to ܼŲͼ as an exchange student from one of our partner institutions,learn more about ܼŲͼ's international department.

After graduation

As a ܼŲͼ alumnus, the program's reputation will precede you with years of quality graduates in your corner. As your career grows you can look forward tokey management rolesin hotels, restaurants, resorts as well as other prominent positions in the business sector.

You can alsocontinue your education, transferring to bachelor's degree programs at ܼŲͼ, Capilano University, Royal Roads University, Vancouver Island University, University of Victoria. Transfer credit to other post-secondary institutions on a course by course basis is available. Ourcan help you plan your journey.

A rewarding career

Accommodation service managers in BC* of$52,000depending on employer and seniority.

*2018 Job Bank Wage data

Tuition and fees

Effective from September 1, 2024, to August 31, 2025

Estimated tuition

Tuition estimates are for the entire program.

Hospitality Management, Diploma

$10,099 (domestic)
$36,246 (international)

Domestic tuition fees vary depending on the individual course fees for the classes you select.

For International students visit: International Tuition & Fees.

Student fees

In addition to tuition estimates, student fees are calculated based on your enrolment. Refer to:Student Fees.

Financial assistance

You may need to find more than one source of funding to help pay for your education and living costs while attending college. Check out sources of money you don't need to pay back as well as those that need to be repaid.

Financial Aid & Awards

Curriculum & courses

Admission requirements

One of:

  • C+ inEnglish 12
  • C in English 12 ܼŲͼ Alternative

When you apply you will need to submit proof that you meet the program admission requirements listed above. Where a letter grade is specified, you must have proof of that grade or higher.

For more details, including courses, please see the program outline in the Academic Calendar: Loading...

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Program participation requirements

  • Accepted students will be invited to attend an orientation in late August.
  • Many first year Business courses require Math as a prerequisite (e.g. “C” in Pre-calculus 11, Foundations of Math 11,MATH 073,MATH 077or “C+” inMATH 072 orMATH 075). Students may enter this program without Math but please note, students must complete one of the Math courses as listed above or successfully complete ܼŲͼ’s Math assessment in or before their first semester of study.

Our teaching staff

ܼŲͼ is proud of the excellent quality of its instruction. Our teaching staff are experienced, inspiring and supportive of our students' individual journeys. For more information about our faculty, please visit the School of Business homepage.

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For more details, including courses, please see the Program Outline.

Contact information

School of Business

Campus location

Centre for Business & Access Building (CBA) 249

Location link

Interurban Campus



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