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Gain a global perspectives on the hospitality and tourism industry

The Bachelor of Hotel and Resort Management (BHRM) is currently suspended.  No new admissions will be permitted.

This innovative program integrates the technical knowledge and practical experience of a two-year post-secondary diploma in Hospitality Management (or equivalent) with two years of University of Calgary studies.  This unique combination gives students a solid foundation in leading-edge management principles, develops analytical and communication skills and offers global perspectives on the hospitality and tourism industry.

This two year BHRM program provides excellent preparation for students wishing to pursue management careers in the hospitality industry.

An unparalleled quality of education is provided by:

  • the knowledge and expertise of professors
  • their leading-edge research
  • an extensive network of international contacts

Bachelor's Degree in Hotel and Resort Management

Following admission to the University of Calgary, twenty half course equivalents will need to be completed. Courses taken are a balance of tourism, general commerce, and non-commerce topics. Graduates are prepared for leadership in the world of international tourism and hospitality.  

Specific program details are available in the University of Calgary Calendar or upon request.

Learning approaches include lectures and a wide range of case studies and projects. Where appropriate, industry experts are involved in lectures, seminar presentations, course development and career planning.  In addition, the business school's Business Library has one of the best reference libraries available for the tourism industry. An excellent mentorship program is also available, bringing together industry leaders and tourism students.

Learning Goals and Outcomes

The Haskayne School of Business has been accredited since 1985 by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). In accordance with AACSB standards, and in an effort to maximize student learning, we have identified key learning goals and objectives for each of our major programs. By focusing on key learning goals, we are working to ensure that students have the necessary preparation to be successful in their future careers.

Bachelor of Hotel & Resort Management