2023-2024 Academic Year
Peter Mombourquette, BA (CBU), BEd (St.FX), MBA (SMU), DBA (USQ), Professor
Coordinator – Tourism and Hospitality Management
Paulette Cormier-MacBurnie, BScHUE (MSVU), MAEd (MSVU), Assistant Professor
The objective of the diploma program in tourism and hospitality management is to increase and enrich the knowledge acquired during the certificate program.
Admission requirements for the Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management are the same as for the Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management. Transfer or non-degree students must have a GPA of 2.0 over 3.0 units. Please refer to 2.1.4 Admission Requirements and 2.1.6 Additional Admission Requirements.
Normally, a student may repeat a course in the Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management program only once.
Students can enroll in the Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management as a separate program or concurrently with another MSVU program. Both the diploma and degree may be taken concurrently. If taken concurrently, the Principles Governing the Awarding of Multiple Credentials will be in effect. If not earned concurrently, the University regulations regarding a second credential will be in effect. Students are advised to review 2.1.5 Holders of University Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates and 2.1.14 Principles Governing the Awarding of Multiple Credentials during program planning and completion.
Students cannot transfer into this program without specific permission from the Registrar.
The diploma may be completed through distance learning on a full-time or part-time basis.