Tourism Management Menu
From local to global, our programs connect students to place, culture, and people through tourism in meaningful ways.
Learn key business skills and gain the expertise to develop quality tourist experiences, and the ability to successfully manage local, regional, national and international tourism businesses and organizations.
Students can ladder into the Bachelor of Tourism Management from tourism or business diplomas at TRU or elsewhere.
|Tourism Management||Bachelor||Four years||Campus|
|Resort and Hotel Management||Diploma||Two years||Campus|
|Sport Event Management||Diploma||Two years||Campus|
|Events and Conventions Management||Diploma||Two years||Campus|
|Tourism Management||Diploma||Two years||Campus|
|Tourism||Post-Baccalaureate Certificate||30 credits||Campus|
|Adventure Studies||Post-Baccalaureate Diploma||39 credits||Campus|
|Tourism Destination Development||Post-Baccalaureate Diploma||54 credits||Campus|
|Tourism Experience Management||Post-Baccalaureate Diploma||54 credits||Campus|
|Tourism Innovation and Entrepreneurship||Post-Baccalaureate Diploma||54 credits||Campus|
|Tourism Managing Festivals and Events||Post-Baccalaureate Diploma||54 credits||Campus|
|Tourism Resort Experience Management||Post-Baccalaureate Diploma||54 credits||Campus|
Become a leader in the expanding field of tourism
Add flavour to your tourism program:
Pursue the Global Competency certificate to earn formal recognition for your intercultural and international experiences.
Pursue the Leadership in Environmental Sustainability Certificate to earn formal recognition for knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes that contribute to environmental sustainability.
Tourism Management works well with Study Abroad.
Diploma graduates may ladder into the third year of Bachelor of Tourism Management. Earn diploma and a degree in just four years.
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