There is no better place to focus on an education in hospitality and tourism than at The Business School at Humber. This degree has been designed to meet the demands of employers preparing students with the strategic, technological and managerial skills now necessary in this fast-paced industry. It combines the theory and knowledge of business administration and tourism studies with experiential learning in tourism industry sectors. The curriculum emphasizes an international scope through case studies that reflect the global nature of the tourism industry.

Hospitality and Tourism Degree students may qualify for Study Abroad opportunities.

distinctive advantage -
gain critical experience while you learn

The distinctive edge of a Hospitality and Tourism Management degree is that you acquire professional experience while attending classes. That is, you obtain an integrated degree. You will interact with the professional world through career placements and industry-linked projects, and will be guided by faculty with professional experience in research, education and industry. Graduates will have a competitive edge in the tourism business world, both in Canada and internationally, or may use their skills and expertise to continue on with graduate work.


Today's hospitality and tourism business leaders seek employees who have both the knowledge and experience necessary to make immediate contributions to the workplace. Hospitality and Tourism Management degree graduates can find career opportunities with employers throughout the industry, such as: tourism suppliers, tourist attractions, wholesalers, retailers and distributors, destination management organizations, and marketing firms.

Representative Careers include:

  • Destination Manager
  • Travel Agency Owner
  • Marketer in e-Tourism
  • Wholesaler
  • Operations Manager
  • Business Analyst

Potential employers may include:

  • Air Canada Vacations
  • American Express
  • Expedia
  • Travelocity
  • Four Seasons
  • Holiday Inn
  • Oliver & Bonacini Restaurants
  • Woodbine Entertainment Group