Hospitality and Tourism

Faculty: Faculty of Business
Degree(s): Bachelor of Applied Management in Hospitality and Tourism
Campus: Saint John

Go surfing in the Pacific and write about it. Book a dream honeymoon for someone. Entertain tourists through interpretive re-enactments. Manage a beachfront hotel. These are just a few of the cool things you can do with a degree in Hospitality and Tourism.

In UNB’s Bachelor of Applied Management in Hospitality and Tourism (BAMHT) program, you’ll combine practical experience in a community college setting with theoretical studies in UNB classrooms. You’ll study in Canada’s oldest incorporated city and gain valuable hands-on training and experience.

The BAMHT is available as a certificate and a degree, if entering from high school, or as a diploma and a degree, if entering from college.

Why Hospitality and Tourism at UNB?

Through UNB’s unique program, you’ll gain hands-on experience through the community college component of the program in addition to the theoretical component you’ll receive in UNB’s classrooms.

In addition, Saint John's distinctive historic and geographic significance makes it an ideal place to study and experience tourism first hand. 

Hands-on learning

  • Co-operative Education (Co-op) program
  • Field trips to museums, world heritage sites, cruise ships in port, event venues, and other tourist sites
  • Volunteer and paid opportunities with local organizations
  • Opportunities to work with professors on tourism research projects
  • Coursework involving case studies and group projects

Skills you will acquire

  • Business management skills, such as accounting, finance, marketing and strategy
  • Manage staff and visitors
  • Plan events, festivals, and conferences
  • Manage historic and natural parks
  • Manage hospitality operations
  • Create new hospitality and tourism products and improve existing ones

Admission Requirements

For admission requirements, select "Applied Management" in our admission requirements tool.

Sample Courses

  • HTM 1103: Introduction to Tourism
  • HTM 2217: Management Accounting/Hospitality Industry
  • HTM 3506: Festival and Events Management
  • HTM 4565: Heritage Tourism

Careers

  • Travel writer
  • Tourism researcher/consultant
  • Tour/attraction operator
  • Museum interpreter or guide
  • Historic site or park manager (with work experience)