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TMGT 210 Canadian Perspectives in Tourism

Effective date: January 2017

The economic, social, cultural, political and technological dimensions of the Canadian Tourism industry will be the focus of this course.  Students gain an understanding of industry structure, changing travel markets and distribution methods within the context of community and Indigenous perspectives, leadership and ethical practice.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
3 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Applied Tourism and Hospitality Management; Business Administration
Tuition
$247.95 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.

Prerequisites

One of:

Camosun offers English assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

TMGT 221 Law and Risk Management in Tourism

Effective date: January 2017

This course will familiarize students with legal issues and risk management strategies most relevant to the tourism and hospitality industries. Students will learn to recognize, prevent, minimize, and resolve exposure to legal liability.  Students will also be able to prepare a risk and disaster management plan.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Applied Tourism and Hospitality Management; Business Administration
Tuition
$602.40 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.

Prerequisites

One of:

Camosun offers English assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

TMGT 230 Service Operations

Effective date: January 2017

Excellent client service is core to a successful hospitality or tourism business.  This course will provide a comprehensive assessment of best practices for the successful management of the guest experience. Three critical segments for service success will be explored:  service strategy; service staff and service systems. 

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
3 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Applied Tourism and Hospitality Management; Business Administration
Tuition
$247.95 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.

Prerequisites

One of:

Camosun offers English assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

TMGT 240 The Global Tourism System

Effective date: January 2017

As a strong economic driver, tourism is influenced by both local and global issues. This course examines social, political, and environmental impacts related to the international tourism system.  Trends within the Canadian tourism system are examined with a focus on growth, development and integration of indigenous tourism for small and medium sized enterprises.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Applied Tourism and Hospitality Management; Business Administration
Tuition
$330.60 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.

Prerequisites

One of:

Camosun offers English assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

TMGT 271 Indigenous Tourism Perspectives

Effective date: September 2015

This course will examine the issues, impact and opportunities that Indigenous tourism presents within BC, as well as the cultural context in which it should operate.  Awareness of Indigenous business practices, cultural diversity, protocols and what is acceptable and desired by Indigenous people will be covered in the context of tourism.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Applied Tourism and Hospitality Management; Business Administration
Tuition
$247.95 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.

Prerequisites

One of:

Camosun offers English assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

TMGT 361 Sustaining Tourism Performance

Effective date: September 2015

The embedding of sustainability into organizational practice is seen as vital to the operational success of tourism-based businesses. This course introduces students to the concepts of sustainability performance management including the development of strategic management frameworks, performance management systems, and decision-making tools.  It also explores accounting and reporting methods used to measure, manage, and communicate the social, environmental, and economic impacts of business operations to stakeholders. 

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Applied Tourism and Hospitality Management; Business Administration
Tuition
$602.40 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.

Prerequisites

One of:

And:

Or:

  • Permission of the Chair

TMGT 370 Tourism Value Chain Management

Effective date: September 2015

Rapidly-growing technology, particularly the Internet, continues to profoundly alter the tourism and hospitality business model. This course will examine the relationships that a tourism and hospitality operator must maintain to successfully run their business. This includes interactions with wholesalers, online travel agents (OTA’s), service providers and customers.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Applied Tourism and Hospitality Management; Business Administration
Tuition
$602.40 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.

Prerequisites

One of:

TMGT 490 Integrated Workplace Experience

Effective date: September 2015

Reflection and analysis of workplace practices and operations allow the student to contextualize knowledge learned. These will be provided within hospitality and tourism industry settings, both domestically and internationally, in order for academic learning to be integrated with industry practices.  Exposure to the workplace allows the student to develop self-awareness skills, in order to enhance their employability skills; including adaptation to the workplace culture, and the development of a mapped out career plan. The workplace environment will provide a setting for an integrated workplace project to be developed. Student learning will be monitored, supported and evaluated by Camosun College. 

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
4
Format
35 hours per week over 14 weeks
Related programs
Applied Tourism and Hospitality Management
Tuition
$467.83 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.

Prerequisites

All of:

And one of:

Or:

  • Permission of Chair

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