Atlantic Business College

Hotel & Restaurant Management

Hotel & Restaurant Management- 2 Years

This two-year diploma program is designed to prepare the students for a career in the vibrant global hotel and hospitality industry. Not only will they work closely with their peers and professors who are industry professionals, but they will learn and practice through paid work experience key skills employers are seeking, including exceptional guest service, industry standard software applications, cultural diversity and management skills. As the students begin their studies with a common first semester, they can specialize in hotel and restaurant service or wedding and conference planning. Throughout the program, they will earn industry-recognized certifications that are built into the coursework to enhance their resumé, ensuring them graduate job-ready.

INFORMATION:

Fredericton, NB  Canada

Full Time

2 years (4 semesters)
Skills

Throughout this program the students will develop the following skills:

  • Service Leadership
  • Business Management
  • Decision-making
  • Teamwork
When a student graduate from this program, the following employment opportunities are available there:
  • Hotel front office
  • Food and beverage operations
  • Wedding planning
  • Resort operations
  • Event and meeting planning
  • Banquet and catering services
  • Human resources
  • Room management
  • Marketing and sales
  • Hotel and restaurant administration
Professional Options:
  • Curating a Digital Landscape
  • Global Economic Impact of Tourism
  • Global Cruise Business
  • Catering Management
  • Sommelier: An Introduction
  • Travel Experience
Industry Certifications

As an essential part of graduating from this program, the student will obtain various industry certifications at an added cost. These certifications are:

  • Smart serve
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
  • Food Handling Certification

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

1. Copy of the biometric page (first and last page) of your current passport including all the pages that have visa stamps of all other countries.

2. Copy of the Study Permit, Refusal letter if applicant previously applied for a Study Permit to Canada or any other countries.

3. When you are in your final high school or senior secondary/ college / university year, please submit a letter from your institution stating the date of completion of the degree.

4. Senior secondary or high school (Grade 12) transcripts of graduation credentials, courses studied, and grades earned.

5. The language of instruction at Atlantic Business College is English. In addition to the academic admission requirements, all applicants for whom English is not their first language and/or are coming from countries where English is not an official language, must provide proof of language proficiency.

Applicants must meet ONE of the following criteria to meet Atlantic Business College’s English language Proficiency requirements:

English language Proficiency:

  1. TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet based test (IBT) – Overall 80 with the minimum in each component: Reading 20; Listening 20; Speaking 20; Writing 20.or
  2. International English Language Testing (IELTS) Academic Level with scores at or above overall average of 6.0 AND no band below 5.5
  3. Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic) with a score of Certificate and Diploma. Minimum score of 58 with no subject test less than 49 means (49L,49W,49S,49R)
  4. Canadian Academic English Language Assessment Test (CAEL) (the online or in-person test) with a score of:  Certificate and Diploma Overall band score of 60
  5. CELPIP : Overall 7 no band below than 6 ( 6L,6W,6S,6R) or
  6. We request you to upload your documents in this section.
Semester 1
  • Communicating Across Contexts or Communicating Across Contexts (Enriched)/li>
  • Service Leadership
  • Math in Hospitality
  • Hotel Front Office Operations and Management
  • Dining Room Service Management
  • Computer Essentials
  • Business of Tourism
Semester 2
  • Food and Beverage Operations Management
  • Hospitality Accounting
  • Career Strategies for Hospitality
  • Services Marketing
  • Food, Theory & Practice or Events, Meetings and Convention Services
  • Housekeeping Management or Meetings and Incentives
  • plus: General Education Course
Semester 3
  • Human Resource Management
  • Financial Management
  • Guest Security Management or Wedding Planning
  • Hospitality Law Management
  • Business Development Management
  • plus: Professional Option Course
  • plus: General Education Course
Semester 4
  • Digital Marketing and Social Media
  • Strategic Services Management or Event, Exhibit and Design Services
  • Hospitality Management Simulation or Food, Liquor and Wine
  • Industry Co-up
Hospitality

TUITION & FEES:

Total Fees Payable:

First year- $14,860

Second year- $14,385

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Advanced Word
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Microsoft Excel
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Communications/Records Management
This course develops basic language and communication skills. Business letters, reports and interpersonal skills are addressed as communication becomes increasingly important in the shrinking global marketplace. Records Management is designed to instruct students in the use and design of alphabetic, numeric and geographical filing systems.

Manual Accounting
Students will be given a strong foundation in accounting fundamentals and a clear understanding of accounting terminology. Students will be prepared to enter the job market in an entry-level accounting position; will be able to understand the usefulness and importance of accounting procedures as business owners, managers and office workers.

Computerized Accounting
This course is designed to give students an understanding of how an electronic accounting package can make office accounting faster and more efficient. Emphasis is placed on working with an existing company by continuing the journal entries and adding new accounts, settings, and information as necessary.

Customer Service
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Business Law
This course is designed to give students a general overview of the Canadian legal system, international torts, negligence, contracts, agency, employment and collective bargaining.

Business Presentations
The ability to present ideas and concepts to a group in a professional, engaging and informative manner is the focus of this course. Beginning with brief presentations, students will build confidence and methods to successfully complete  their final 10-minute presentation.

Advertising & Social Media
Students will receive an introduction to the fields of public relations and social media. Students are introduced to exciting and innovative public relations and social media campaign examples and will learn the theory and core concepts that they will need to succeed. Social media and public relations are evolving quickly and creating a level playing field for businesses of all sizes. We will also look at different elements of social media and how they can be used to market a business.

Proofreading & Editing
 
Professional Office Procedures
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Document Transcription
This course is designed to give students a solid understanding of machine transcription. Emphasis is placed on mastering the dictation equipment, punctuation, accuracy and proofreading of transcribed documents. The course deals with documents which may be found in a general office including letters, memos, outlines, reports, minutes, etc.

Career Skills
Students will learn to showcase the specific skills and qualifications they bring to any position and company and how to select the best people as references. They will receive tips on filling out job applications and will create and perfect a personal resume and cover letter. Students will also learn the best ways to evaluate a job offer and important advice for success.

Event Coordination & Sponsorship
This course will examine the event planning process and provide the tools and strategies to effectively organize, implement and monitor all the products, services and service providers that will bring an event to life.

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