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UTP Stage II: Hospitality and Tourism Management


UTP Stage II: Hospitality and Tourism Management is equivalent to the first year of Toronto Metropolitan University’s Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree. Upon the successful completion of UTP Stage II, you’ll begin the second year of your degree at TMU.

TMU’s Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management develops future managers and leaders in the Canadian and International hospitality and tourism industries.

Applied professional courses in hospitality and tourism management are core offerings. Management skills are developed through the study of marketing, accounting/finance, organizational behaviour and human resources management. Research and technology are integrated into all facets of the program.

Applied professional skills are developed through research assignments, tutorials, case studies, simulations, an internship course and off-campus applied projects.

To graduate from the Hospitality and Tourism Management program, students must complete 1,000 hours of documented real-world work experience in the hospitality and tourism industry. This allows students to try out a range of professional settings and to evaluate industry and management styles first-hand, helping them to clarify their academic and career goals.

Key Information


3 terms


  • January
  • May
  • September


Toronto Metropolitan University campus, Toronto

Your Direct Pathway into Toronto Metropolitan University

High school
Toronto Metropolitan University International College
2nd year Toronto Metropolitan University

UTP Stage II: Hospitality and Tourism Program Structure

During UTP Stage II: Hospitality and Tourism Management, you will take a range of first year program and elective courses. Below is a sample of what your schedule might include.


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Upon successful completion of the UTP Stage II: Hospitality and Tourism Management, including achieving a 2.67 CGPA you will transfer into the Hospitality and Tourism Management program at Toronto Metropolitan University with 10.0 credits (one year) toward your degree.

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