Bachelor of Applied Management - Hospitality and Tourism

Admission

a. High School Entry ("3+1" Program)
Students must have an overall average of 75% in English 122, Trigonometry and 3-Space + Advanced Math with an intro to Calculus and 3 electives. In addition they must achieve a minimum of 60% in English 122 and Math 120.

b. College Entry ("2+2" Program)
Students must have successfully completed a two-year diploma program in Hospitality and Tourism at a recognized community college with an average of at least 70%. Additional admission requirements will depend upon the institution from which a student graduated. Students should contact the Faculty of Business for details.

Co-Operative Education Component
Students may choose the co-op mode. Work terms follow years 2 and 3 for High School entry students; a work term follows year 3 (i.e. first year at UNBSJ) for College entry students. These work terms provide "hands on" multi-level practical experiences.

Curriculum and Degree Requirements

A. High School Entry 
Students must successfully complete at least 90 chs of course work and must obtain the minimum required grades in all required and elective courses specifically required for the degree and in the prerequisites for those courses.

College Entry 2+2 
Students must successfully complete at least 60 chs of course work and must obtain the minimum required grades in all required, elective and option courses specifically required for the degree and in the prerequisites for those courses.

B. Candidates for the degree must successfully complete the following: 
High School Entry ("3+1")

a. 57 chs of required courses;
b. 6 chs of Social Science Electives;
c. 6 chs of Humanities and/or Languages Electives;
d. 12 chs chosen from approved HTM Electives (includes BA 4108);
e. 9 chs of non-business, non-HTM options (see list below); and
f. 30 chs of block transfer credit in hospitality and tourism from an approved community college.

College Entry ("2+2")
a. 30 chs required courses;
b. 12 chs chosen from approved HTM electives (includes BA 4108);
c. 18 chs of Options (see list below) of which no more than 12 chs may be at the introductory level and no more than 6 chs may be chosen from HTM or business courses; and
d. 60 chs of block transfer credit in hospitality and tourism from an approved community college.

Course Requirements

Students are responsible for ensuring that they meet all the requirements specified for the degree. These include the minimum credit hour requirements, minimum grade point averages, minimum grades in specified courses, successful completion of all specifically required courses, elective and option courses and compliance with the restrictions on elective courses as in regulation IV above. Students are advised to consult Section H of this calendar for detailed course descriptions, including the number of credit hours assigned to each course. An elective course is one chosen from a specified group of courses, e.g. "from Social Science or Business". An option course is an approved course chosen by the student from any approved discipline.

Electives:

  • Humanities and Languages: Classics, English, French, German, Greek, History, Humanities, Latin, Philosophy, Spanish (or other courses as approved by the Faculty of Business)
  • Social Sciences: Gender Studies, Geography, Information & Communication Studies, International Studies, Linguistics, Politics, Psychology, Social Science, Sociology (or other courses as approved by the Faculty of Business)
  • Business: All courses prefixed with BA which are not listed as required below.
  • Hospitality & Tourism: All courses prefixed with HTM which are not listed as required below.Please note that BAMHT 2+2 students may NOT choose HTM1103 as an elective.

Options: Except as noted in section IV above, options may be chosen from any of the elective areas listed above as well as: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Geology, Information Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Science, or other courses as approved by the Faculty of Business.

Example of a Typical Student's Program
High School Entry - BAMHT Degree (“3+1")

First Year: Fall Term

  • Math 1853 Math for Business I*
  • 3 chs Option**
  • ECON 1013 Intro to Microeconomics
  • Social Science Elective*
  • Humanities or Language Elective*

First Year: Winter Term

  • HTM 1103 Introduction to Tourism
  • BA 1216 Accounting for Managers I
  • ECON 1023 Intro to Macroeconomics
  • Social Science Elective*
  • Humanities or Language Elective*

Second Year: Fall and Winter Term

  • Students must satisfactorily complete a year-long program at an approved community college.

Second Year: May-August

  • Optional co-op work term

Third Year: Fall Term

  • BA 1605 Business Decision Analysis I
  • BA 2504 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
  • BA 2303 Principles of Marketing
  • HTM 2217 Management Accounting for the Hospitality Industries
    Electives or Options** 3 chs

Third Year: Winter Term

  • BA 2123 Introduction to Electronic Commerce
  • BA 2606 Business Decision Analysis II
  • BA 2858 Introduction to Human Resource Management
  • BA 3672 Introduction to Management Information Systems
  • Electives or Options** 3 chs

Third Year: May-August

  • Optional co-op work term

Fourth Year: Fall Term

  • BA 3129 Business Research Methods
  • BA 3371 Marketing of Services
  • BA 3425 Managerial Finance
  • Electives or Options** 6 chs

Fourth Year: Winter Term

  • BA 3705 Business Law
  • HTM 4101 Competitive Strategy
  • HTM 4161 Planning and Development of Sustainable Tourism
  • Electives or Options** 6 chs

Example of a Typical Student's Program
College Entry- BAMHT Degree (“2 + 2"):

Third Year: Fall Term

  • BA 1605 Business Decision Analysis I
  • HTM 2217 Management Accounting for the Hospitality Industries
  • Electives or options ** 9 chs

Third Year: Winter Term

  • BA 2123 Introduction to Electronic Commerce
  • BA 2606 Business Decision Analysis II
  • BA 3672 Introduction to Management Information SystemsElectives or options** 6 chs

Third Year: May-August

  • Optional Co-op Work Term Fourth Year

Fourth Year: Fall Term

  • BA 3129 Business Research Methods
  • BA 3371 Marketing of Services
  • BA 3425 Managerial Finance
  • Electives or options** 6 chs

Fourth Year: Winter Term

  • HTM 4101 Competitive Strategy
  • HTM 4161 Planning and Development of Sustainable Tourism
  • Electives or options** 9 chs

* All students must include MATH 1853 within their first 30 chs; 6 chs from the Social Science disciplines listed above, within their first 60 chs, and 6 chs from the Humanities and Languages disciplines listed above within their first 60 chs.

** Option courses may be selected from the offerings of any faculty provided that the selections are in accord with regulations IV and C. above, and provided they are approved by the Faculty of Business.