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When joining the program, you will be right in the action! You will start your journey by experiencing local hospitality through the eyes of a first-time visitor. You will discover how diverse your career options are through numerous excursions and a blend of theory and hands-on learning.

In your second year of the program, you will explore the foundation, principles, and theories of management styles, skills, and techniques associated with the hospitality industry.

In your third and final year of the program, you have acquired the leadership skills to contribute insight in classroom forums by evaluating and proposing solutions to real-life case studies. You are now ready to execute your very own capstone project, designed to benefit a real hospitality organization.

General Education Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 603-101-MQ
    Introduction to College English
    2 2/3
    2-2-4
    2 2/3
    2-2-4

    This course is directed toward improving English language skills by extensive written work based on literary texts. It uses the same textbooks as the Introduction to College English: Literature, but because of the emphasis on writing skills has a reduced list of readings. 
     

  • 602-XXX-MQ
    French
    2
    2-1-3
    602-XXX-MQ
    French
    2
    2-1-3
    2
    2-1-3
  • 109-101-MQ
    Physical Education: Set 1 Physical Activity and Health
    1
    1-1-1
    1
    1-1-1

    Physical activity and health is an introductory course that combines a variety of physical activities in order to promote an active and healthy lifestyle.  Stress management, motivational factors, weight management, and nutrition are some of the topics that complement the weekly activities.  Students are expected to participate to the best of their ability in a fun-filled environment. The following activities may be offered:  Soccer, Ultimate, Volleyball, Hockey, Ringette, Basketball, Lacrosse, Snowshoeing, Hiking, Cross country running, Rollerblading, Weight training, Circuit/Core training, Yoga, Pilates, Badminton, Flexibility, and Relaxation.

     

  • 345-101-MQ
    Knowledge
    2 1/3
    3-1-3
    2 1/3
    3-1-3

    This course’s emphasis is on how knowledge is defined, acquired, transmitted and applied. Students examine both messages and media to identify the strengths and limitations of each. Students learn to situate knowledge in a social, historical and personal context, a skill they will need in order to become lifelong learners. 

Program Specific Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 430-C10-HR
    Introduction to the World of Hospitality
    2 1/3
    2-3-2
    2 1/3
    2-3-2

    Hospitality is one of the largest and fastest growing global industries. Through blended learning methods that incorporate field trips with research, this course introduces the many facades this industry offers along with its plentiful and diverse career opportunities. In addition to learning about the structural make up of organizations within this sector, students will also learn about the history, evolution, and emerging trends from the industry as a whole.  
     

  • 430-F10-HR
    Dining Room Techniques and Concepts I
    1 2/3
    2-2-2
    1 2/3
    2-2-2

    This course introduces students to various dining room arrangements and styles. Students practice basic table service in a formal dining room and gain knowledge of various menu characteristics. Students will be exposed to guest relations and examine restaurant reservations.
     

  • 430-F20-HR
    Hotel Safety, Sanitation and Hygiene
    2 1/3
    3-1-1
    2 1/3
    3-1-1

    Students will develop the skills and knowledge to assess and manage health and safety practices specific to the hospitality industry. From equipment handling and maintenance, to proper food preparation, and facility sanitation, the diverse portfolio of topics covered in this course prepares students for industry certification that is reflective of current laws and regulations.  
     

  • 360-H10-HR
    Document and Report Presentation
    1 1/3
    1-2-1
    1 1/3
    1-2-1

    This course prepares students in their professional and academic journeys by introducing strategic research and presentation methods. In addition, students will learn the essential business skills to manage professional communication through common workplace software, imperative in today’s technical era. 
     

General Education Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 603-102-MQ / 603-233-HR
    Sport and Literature
    2 1/3
    2-2-3
    2 1/3
    2-2-3

    Throughout this course, we will study literature as a way of exploring the varied connections between sport and human nature.  Readings for the course will consist of novels, poems, and stories (fictional or not) that present central themes surrounding athletic competition.  We will discuss sport as a metaphor for life and cover topics including the following:  obsessive fandom, tribalism, the heroic glory of achievement, and the fear of failure.  We will examine the ways in which sport highlights the best and the worst of human behavior.

  • 602-XXX-HR
    French
    2
    2-1-3
    602-XXX-HR
    French
    2
    2-1-3
    2
    2-1-3

Program Specific Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 430-C20-HR
    Front Office Operations Systems
    2 1/3
    2-3-2
    2 1/3
    2-3-2

    (Co-Requisite with: 430-C30-HR)
    Students gain practical experience through this course’s hands-on approach of incorporating industry-recognized software in the program’s unique simulated hotel classroom.  In this setting, students learn the importance of entering, interpreting, and analyzing data generated by property management system software, along with its influence on frontline and management decisions. 
     

  • 430-F30-HR
    Dining Room Techniques and Concepts II
    2
    3-2-1
    2
    3-2-1

    (Prerequisite: 430-F10-HR)
    Students gain experience in front-of-the-house restaurant operations in our signature Bistro Heritage. This course covers presentation of fine table service with an emphasis on style and customer service, wine and food pairings, reservation accommodations, hygiene and sanitation, general dining room management, sales, and product knowledge. In addition, students learn to foster positive work relationships between service and kitchen staff.
     

  • 430-F40-HR
    Introduction to Kitchen Operations
    3
    4-4-1
    3
    4-4-1

    (Prerequisite: 430-F20-HR)
    This course teaches students the fundamentals to work in a professional kitchen.  Students will learn an array of culinary techniques and concepts through a hands-on approach in a practical lab setting. In addition to developing these technical skills, students will also learn the principles of strategic menu design.
     

  • 430-C40-HR
    Hotel Night Auditing
    1 2/3
    2-2-1
    1 2/3
    2-2-1

    This introductory accounting course examines the daily transactions of a hotel. Students will learn the various revenue streams and expenses commonly found in the hotel industry. In addition, students will learn the importance of gathering, determining, balancing, and interpreting data from statistical operational reports necessary for management budgeting.  
     

  • 360-H20-HR
    Career Planning and Networking
    2
    1-2-3
    2
    1-2-3

    This well-rounded course provides students with a professional edge in entering and progressing in today’s competitive job market. Students will learn relevant job searching techniques along with the technical writing skills to build resumes and other professional documents that respond to professional goals and industry demands. In addition, this course has a strong emphasis on the interpersonal skills necessary to optimize industry networking opportunities and interview preparation.
     

  • 430-C30-HR
    Front Office Operations
    2 1/3
    2-3-2
    2 1/3
    2-3-2

    (Co-requisites to: 430-C41-HR; 430-C20-HR)
    Conducted in sync with the Front Office Operation Systems course, students gain a broad perspective on the daily functions related to the Front Office department of a hotel.  Our signature simulated hotel classroom equipped with industry tools and software helps students acquire the technical and soft skills to effectively manage customer relations pertaining to all aspects of the guest cycle.
     

General Education Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 603-103-MQ / 603-330-HR
    The Literary Animal
    2 1/3
    2-2-3
    2 1/3
    2-2-3

    The presence of non-human creatures in our daily lives has always challenged our most-cherished notions of human uniqueness and complicated our attitudes towards the world we share with these creatures.  This course studies some of the ways in which writers have tried to address the contradictions implicit in a human worldview that sets speciesist prejudice against empirical evidence.
     

  • 345-102-MQ
    World Views
    2
    3-0-3
    2
    3-0-3

    The course focuses on how individuals, groups, societies or nations organize ideas, perceptions and values into explanatory patterns. Students explore major ideas and value systems by which diverse individuals, groups, societies or nations seek to explain the world and their place in it. 
     

  • Complementary
    2
    2-1-3
    Complementary
    2
    2-1-3
    2
    2-1-3

Program Specific Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 430-B10-HR
    Principles and Practices of Sales Skills
    2 1/3
    2-2-3
    2 1/3
    2-2-3

    This course covers strategic sales practices necessary to remain competitive in today’s evolving hospitality market. Students will learn techniques to identify and prospect target markets and develop strategies that respond to client and organizational needs. All aspects of the sales process from inquiring to closing are reinforced through case studies analyses, role-playing, and project based learning methods.
     

  • 430-A30-HR
    Hotel Legislation and Procedures
    2
    3-2-1
    2
    3-2-1

    This course examines the legal perspective of the hospitality industry. Students will learn various obligations, rights, and risks associated to industry stakeholders. Some examples of topics covered include contracts, insurance, permits, security, and applicable by-laws. Through case studies, rich class discussions, and relevant research tools, students develop the critical thinking skills to make informed decisions in the workplace by recognizing, analyzing, and evaluating legal issues.  
     

  • 430-F60-HR
    Wines and Beverages Management
    2
    3-2-1
    2
    3-2-1

    This course provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge to responsibly manage alcoholic beverage operations in an establishment and become acquainted with laws that govern this segment of the industry. Through product sampling and discovery, students will learn historical, current and projected future trends in beverage management. 
     

  • 430-A40-HR
    Hotel Management Labour Cost
    1 2/3
    2-2-1
    1 2/3
    2-2-1

    This course focuses on management techniques to effectively staff a workforce that responds to departmental needs and budgets while also optimizing employee productivity. Students gain knowledge on how to apply labour cost control principles to staffing and scheduling needs based on company objectives and collective agreements.
     

  • 360-H30-HR
    Hotel Accounting and Finance
    1 2/3
    1-2-2
    1 2/3
    1-2-2

    Tailored specifically for the hospitality industry, this course presents the various accounting concepts and practices used by hotel professionals to effectively manage the day to day operations of the hotel industry. Students will learn how hospitality accounting and finance will affect hotel operations from a managerial perspective including its role with decision-making, budgeting, and control purposes. This course covers account balancing techniques, hospitality forecasting methods, preparing and analyzing financial statements, and budgeting.
     

General Education Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 109-102-MQ
    Physical Education: Set 2 Physical Activity and Effectiveness
    1
    0-2-1
    1
    0-2-1

    The purpose of the second set is to encourage students to use a goal-oriented approach to improve the effectiveness of a physical activity whether it is a sport, corporal expression or an outdoor activity. After an initial assessment, students evaluate the physical activity in terms of their ability and attitudes; they set goals and try an approach aimed at improving their motor skills, their technique or their mastery of complex strategies. Finally, students are called upon to assess their progress.

     

    Each of the following activities will be offered for a 15 week period.

     

    Badminton involves the introduction of skills including serving, underhand and overhead strokes, rules and etiquette of the game and basic strategies of singles and doubles play.

     

    Basketball involves an introduction to the fundamentals of passing and receiving, dribbling, shooting and basic team play both offensively and defensively.   Rules and strategy will be covered.

     

    Circuit/”Cross Fit” Training

     This course provides a great opportunity to work out with a group in a friendly setting, with motivating music, where everyone works to his/her own capacity. Workouts will consist of circuit type training based on a fixed amount of time, i.e. 10 exercises, 1 minute each and “cross fit” type training where a fixed amount of work is pre-established i.e., 8 exercises, 25 repetitions each. The resistance used will be of personal choice and/or body weight. Ultimately all workouts will provide both cardiovascular and muscular strength/endurance benefits, resulting in a very functional form of fitness.

     

    Mind/Body/Fitness

    Students will experience a blend of disciplines such as pilates, meditation with movement and massage with various relaxation techniques.  The course aims to increase cardiovascular and muscular strength while developing  awareness of mind, body and spirit.

     

    Snow Sports involves learning the skills and strategies to comfortably use the winter environment to travel over snow and ice. Snow sports will include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and skating in the Gatineau Park and surrounding facilities. Exercising in cold weather conditions requires an understanding of proper nutrition, safety management, cold weather injuries, and dressing techniques; all topics that are covered in the course.  This course will be offered for three hours per week for 10 weeks. This is a true Canadian experience. 

     

    Soccer is a team sport that involves the use of both physical and mental skills. The class will focus on the fundamentals of team concepts, individual passing, shooting, ball control and fitness.  Basic theoretical knowledge of game play and rules will also be covered.

     

    Outdoor Pursuits will allow students to experience the health advantages and adventure of outdoor based activities. Exercising in the outdoors boosts the immune system, increases cognitive function and motivation while lowering stress levels. Students will work towards building their muscular and cardiovascular endurance through a range of fitness training activities as well as building their skills and confidence in the outdoor environment.

     

    Team Sports focuses on the progression of fundamental skills,. Team Sports is comprised of three different activities each lasting five weeks, to be determined by the individual teacher. Three of the following sports could be offered: Soccer, Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball and Ultimate Frisbee.

     

    Rock Climbing will introduce students to the safety and techniques of bouldering and top-rope climbing in an indoor gym. As a condensed course format, the class will be held as 10, 3 hour classes, 7 of which will be off campus at Altitude Gym on 35 Boulevard Saint-Raymond. The students will be responsible for their transportation to and from the gym. The students will work on their strength, technique, balance and endurance while working on goals that they will set for themselves. 

     

    Volleyball will include the fundamentals of serving, serve reception, volleying, spiking as well as basic team offensive and defensive strategies. Rules and strategies will be covered.

     

    Yoga is a practice that has evolved over a period of approximately 5,000 years dealing with all aspects of health. The term yoga literally means union of mind and body. Throughout the semester, students will be introduced to the many different styles of yoga, focusing on a variety of forward bends, back bending and balancing postures. 

  • 345-CXA-HR
    Values in the Workplace (for Business, Computer Science, Electronics, and NewMedia students)
    2
    2-1-3
    2
    2-1-3

    This course aims to apply different ethical theories, principles, and values to the areas of work and business. The focus is on the requirements for making capitalism more ethically appealing as well as the relation of corporations to other entities such as consumers and the natural environment. Values and virtues like cooperation and fairness are discussed along with the application of an ethical decision-making model to relevant case studies. 

Program Specific Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 430-A60-HR
    Hospitality Job Analysis
    2
    1-4-1
    2
    1-4-1

    Through direct collaboration with the hospitality industry, students gain first-hand professional experience in the workforce by observing and taking part in an internship role with an external organization. Students will spend 60 hours in their work placements in addition to having classroom time to share their experiences with program peers and professor.  
     

  • 430-A70-HR
    Hotel Management Strategies and Activities I
    2 1/3
    3-2-2
    2 1/3
    3-2-2

    This course provides the foundation to understand principles and theories of management styles, skills, and techniques associated with the hotel industry. Students will explore organizational designs and relationships between departments with respect to a hotel’s mission and objectives. This course prepares students to multitask expectations of stakeholders by examining various leadership practices that emphasize productivity, engagement, time management, effective communication, and adaptation to change.

  • 430-A80-HR
    Hospitality Facilities Management
    1 2/3
    2-2-1
    1 2/3
    2-2-1

    This course teaches students the fundamentals of interior and exterior property maintenance and functional design. Students will learn how to communicate effectively with hotel maintenance personnel in order to sustain the hotel as a commercial property investment. Students will examine property and equipment purchasing and the upkeep techniques to ensure the operation runs safely and efficiently with environmental concerns and guest satisfaction in mind. 
     

  • 430-A90-HR
    Meeting Planning and Effective Communication
    1 1/3
    2-1-1
    1 1/3
    2-1-1

    This course teaches the elements necessary to lead professional meetings. Students will learn techniques to communicate effectively with a team, deliver engaging presentations, and discover the principles of facilitating meetings. In addition, students will develop strategies to analyze and respond to audience behaviour. 

  • 430-F50-HR
    Menu Creation and Service
    3 1/3
    3-4-3
    3 1/3
    3-4-3

    (Prerequisite: 430-F40-HR)
    Students progress their knowledge and experience in this second-year course by applying methods to research, design, and execute menu offerings. Students will also learn important food management factors such as purchasing, costing, and inventory control.  
     

General Education Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 109-103-MQ
    Physical Education: Set 3 Physical Activity and Autonomy
    1
    1-1-1
    1
    1-1-1

    (Prerequisites: 109-101-MQ, 109-102-MQ)

    The third physical education course is aimed at integrating physical activity into the student’s daily lifestyle through more effective application of related personal factors (i.e. time management, motivation, nutrition needs, designing an exercise program) that contribute to continued participation.  During scheduled course hours, the student will be introduced to new skills and concepts related to the specific activity chosen.  The student is also expected to maintain regular physical activity outside class hours within a personal activity program under the professor’s supervision by applying the knowledge gained while integrating new course material. 

     

    Canoe Camping 

    The group activity portion of this course will consist of a three day canoe camping trip on local waterways using large ‘voyageur’ style canoes. Students will be involved with various organizational aspects of the trip such as purchasing food, planning and preparing meals, preparing and maintaining fires and filtering water. 

     

    Cycling

    No matter where you are, cycling is a great way to travel and at the same time, benefit from some fresh air and exercise.   In this course we will start off with a couple preliminary outings that will take us into the Gatineau Park with a focus on bike selection, proper positioning and gear use.  In addition, we will select, plan, and divide up some of the responsibilities for an overnight cycle tour in the region.  Also,  students will have planned and managed a personal activity of their choice in a health enhancing approach over the entire semester.

     

    Exercise and Weight Training

    Exercise and Weight Training will allow students to develop and use personalized resistance training and cardiovascular training programs throughout the course. Classes are in two hour weekly blocks that are broken down in to 75% workout/application and 25% lecture. 

     

    Hiking

    This course will allow students to discover the Gatineau Park through many of its hiking trails.  Day hikes will take them to different areas of the park.  Presentations will be made on topics such as First Aid, Nutrition, Water Treatment, Equipment and History. In addition to these topics, students will also be made aware of the geology of the park, local flora and fauna, environmental impact, safety considerations, appropriate clothing and footwear, and basic hiking techniques.

     

    Multi Sports

    This course will encourage students to assume more responsibility for directing and managing their own sport experience.  Students will develop sport-specific techniques and fitness; appreciate and be able to execute sport-specific strategic play; share planning and administration of sport experiences; provide responsible leadership; and develop and apply knowledge about officiating, scorekeeping and training. Classes are in two hour weekly blocks.

     

    Outdoor Adventures and Meditation Retreat

    This course will emphasize the importance of mind and body awareness through a broad range of activities which include yoga, meditation, relaxation, and massage therapy.  In addition,  hiking and orienteering in the fall or snowshoeing  and cross-country skiing in the winter at an outdoor facility, will complete the weekend outing.

     

    Snowshoeing

    Snowshoeing is a winter activity in which participants wear specially designed gear on their feet which distributes their weight, allowing them to walk more comfortably on the snow. Snowshoeing is an excellent low impact, cardiovascular workout.  Students will explore different types of terrain and visit different cabins in the Gatineau Park.

     

    Stand Up Paddling (SUP)

    Stand Up Paddling consists of paddling a large surfboard in an upright position with the help of a long paddle.  It is an emerging activity with its origins in traditional surfing that offers a full body workout and is a fun and exciting way to play on lakes, rivers and ocean surf.   This course will be offered over three weekend day outings.   Paddling techniques, clothing, nutrition, etiquette, and environmental awareness are all included in this package. 

     

     

    Backpacking & Camping

    The group activity portion of this course will consist of a three day hiking trip into Gatineau Park, camping overnight at the Lac Phillipe campground.  Students will be introduced to the basics of preparing and packing for a multi-day hiking excursion and lightweight camping techniques. Students will be involved with various organizational aspects of the trip such as purchasing food, planning and preparing meals, organising evening activities, camp set-up and take down and leave no trace practices.

     

    Winter Camping

    This course will allow students to experience all that winter has to offer. The group activity of this course will consist of two outings; an introductory day to winter systems and a weekend of winter camping. During the overnight outing, the students will have the option of staying in a Gatineau Park heated hut or taking the ultimate challenge of sleeping out in a snow shelter. The group will travel into the park on snowshoes and build their own quinzees (snow shelters).  Topics covered will include snow shelter construction, safety management, cold weather injuries, and effective winter clothing systems.

Program Specific Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 430-F70-HR
    Quality Control of Hotel Products and Services
    1 2/3
    2-2-1
    1 2/3
    2-2-1

    Maintaining quality consistency is essential to organizational success. Students will explore the elements that go into various rating and classification systems hospitality organizations strive for. In addition, this course emphasizes the importance of creating and implementing standards that enhance the customer experience along with developing metric tools to evaluate them.
     

  • 430-F80-HR
    Restaurant Operations Management
    2
    2-3-1
    2
    2-3-1

    (Prerequisites: 430-F30-HR; 430-F50-HR; 430-F60-HR)
    This complete course covers the fundamentals to successfully manage food and beverage outlets from the ground up. Students will learn strategic restaurant design and methods to determine staffing, inventory, and equipment needs in all areas of the operation to optimize results that are satisfactory to guests and owners. This course also addresses other management techniques such as restaurant marketing, sales forecasting, data analysis, employee supervision, and complaint management.
     

  • 430-B20-HR
    Convention and Event Planning
    2 1/3
    2-3-2
    2 1/3
    2-3-2

    This course covers all elements in executing memorable events, such as preparation of activities, supervision of staff, and negotiation of contracts. Students will also learn the importance of risk assessment, managing client expectations, implementing effective communication, and applying quality control techniques. Students will have the opportunity to plan and deliver a real event, gaining firsthand experience of the roles of professional meetings and events planners.
     

  • 430-B30-HR
    Hotel Marketing of Products and Services
    2 2/3
    3-3-2
    2 2/3
    3-3-2

    This course introduces students to hospitality marketing concepts and strategies necessary to remain competitive in today’s fast-changing environment. Students will learn rate strategies, product positioning, hospitality distribution channels, communication tools, and methods for building and maintaining guest loyalty. Practical research and case studies of various hotels and other sectors within the hospitality industry are examined to understand, evaluate, and apply the various marketing techniques and strategies reviewed in this course.
     

  • 430-C50-HR
    Principles and Management of Housekeeping
    1 1/3
    1-2-1
    1 1/3
    1-2-1

    This course prepares students to successfully manage one of the largest hotel departments - housekeeping. Students will learn how to mobilize this department as a team, maximize effective communication, administer conflict resolution techniques, and accommodate staffing needs that respond to hotel occupancies while respecting collective agreements. Students will also learn to maintain hotel cleanliness standards, product-ordering procedures, and perform quality work inspections.
     

  • 602-H05-HR
    Français du tourisme et de l'hôtellerie
    1 2/3
    1-2-2
    1 2/3
    1-2-2

    Ce cours met l’accent sur les habiletés langagières nécessaires pour communiquer  efficacement dans les domaines du tourisme et de l’hôtellerie. Ce cours permet à l’élève de développer ses connaissances de la langue française écrite et orale, et d’explorer la terminologie reliée à ces domaines. Lorsqu’ils travailleront dans un établissement touristique ou hôtelier, les élèves seront en mesure d’interagir en français avec les clients et avec d’autres professionnels du secteur d’activité. 

General Education Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 603-CXD-HR
    Professional Milieu
    2
    2-2-2
    2
    2-2-2

    In common with the other Block “B” English courses, this one provides training in public speaking, practical and professional writing, reading and writing across the curriculum while exposing the students to a variety of literary forms. Although the course devotes considerable attention to practical and professional writing, the focus remains solidly on literature. 

Program Specific Courses

Code
Course Title
Credit
Weight
  • 430-B40-HR
    Hotel Interdepartmental Activity Control
    2
    2-2-2
    2
    2-2-2

    (Co-Requisite with: 430-B70-HR)
    This capstone course reinforces strategies to optimize performance across all hotel departments. Students will analyze case studies and apply critical thinking skills acquired from management theories to evaluate scenarios and present best practices.  
     

  • 430-B50-HR
    Hotel Management Strategies and Activities II
    2 1/3
    3-2-2
    2 1/3
    3-2-2

    (Prerequisite: 430-A70-HR)
    This course will shape students in becoming hospitality leaders that can respond to industry demands and global trends. Students will explore strategic planning and change management methods by utilizing specific management tools and communication models. Students will learn techniques to implement and evaluate managerial decisions that impact the organizational structure of a hotel. Case studies are used to build problem-solving skills that are relevant to the hospitality industry.
     

  • 430-B60-HR
    Human Resources Management in a Hotel
    2
    2-2-2
    2
    2-2-2

    This course teaches important human resources techniques to foster a productive and sustainable workforce. Students learn essential employment strategies and concepts such as onboarding techniques, conducting employee appraisals, implementation of wellness programs, and conflict management that comply with legislations and collective agreements. 
     

  • 430-C60-HR
    Rooms Division Operations
    1 2/3
    2-2-1
    1 2/3
    2-2-1

    (Prerequisite:  430-C20-HR)
    In this course, students will continue to explore the depth of Rooms Divisions Operations from a Front Office Manager’s perspective. Students will understand the importance of interpreting, communicating and applying hotel information to help optimize strategic results associated with the Front Office Department including how to effectively coordinate and evaluate daily activities while maintaining a safe environment for guests and employees.
     

  • 430-B70-HR
    Integrated Project
    4 2/3
    6-6-2
    4 2/3
    6-6-2

    (Co-requisite with 430-B40-HR)
    In this course students apply their program knowledge, industry experience, and creativity by executing a capstone project designed to benefit a real hospitality organization. Students will spend 90 hours offsite in their final work placements in addition to having classroom time in a collaborative learning environment to share experiences with professor and peers. This course aligns directly with the Program Exit Assessment’s final presentation.
     

  • 990-430-A0
    Program Exit Assessment

Co-op option

Eligible students can participate in two paid summer co-op placements after the second and fourth semesters of the program. Students are exposed to professional work settings and gain practical work experience complementing their personality and interests. These experiences improve their chances of employability in a competitive job market.  During your placements, you'll have the chance to improve and expand your core skillset.  Past co-op placements have been completed in Banff, Lake Louise, France, Canary Islands, and Mexico with numerous prestigious brands.

Learning spaces and resources

At Cégep Heritage College, we bring the hotel and restaurant experience right to you! Our program learning labs include:

  • a versatile and interactive full-service kitchen
  • an upscale bistro featuring a cocktail and espresso bar
  • a functional guest services lab with advanced hotel management software
  • hotel guest room with modern décor features

Behind the Scene Tours

Because our classes are small, we are able to schedule field trips throughout the year that allow you a behind the scenes, first hand view of establishments in action. Locations include:

1. Delta Ottawa City Center

2. Westin Hotel

3. Andaz Byward Market

4. Lift Bistro

5. Brasseurs du Temps

6. Hilton Garden Inn & Homewood Suites

7. Lord Elgin

8. National Arts Center

9. Fairmont Chateau Laurier

10. Paul’s Boat Line

11. Indigenous Walking Tour

12. Quebec Court House

13. Side Door 

14. Eighteen Restaurant

15. The Shaw Centre 

16. Casino du Lac Leamy.

17. Le Cellier

18. Ramada Plaza

Additional graduation and program requirements

English exit exam

In order to graduate, you must pass a Ministerial Examination of College English exam.

Program exit assessment

The Program Exit Assessment (PEA) is a final evaluation activity that shows a student’s achievement throughout the program. It requires students to integrate and synthesize the knowledge and skills gained from their Diploma of College Studies (DEC), as indicated in our College’s policy on student evaluation.

Admission requirements

Admission requirements for the Hotel and Restaurant Management  program vary depending on if you are a Quebec-resident, out-of-province applicant, or international applicant. Please review all general and program-specfic requirements before applying. 

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