Minor in Tourism
The Tourism Minor is intended to provide a complementary area of study for students who wish to understand the nature, content, and structure of tourism experiences and operations. Whether it is from a personal perspective fostering critical reflection of our own motivations and behaviours, or disciplinary lenses that consider a range of outcomes of tourism activity (e.g., economic, social, environmental), tourism is a context ripe for examination.
The operating sectors of tourism are typically listed as attractions, events, travel trade (e.g., tour operators), accommodation, transportation, adventure recreation, entertainment, food services, and tourism services (e.g., planning).
Administered by: Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management
Exclusions: This minor is not available to students in the following programs:
- Hospitality and Tourism Management, all options
To receive this Minor, students must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:
Required course (1):
- HTT 150 Tourism Demand, Supply and Distribution
Plus five (5) from the following:
- CRB 100 Introduction to the Caribbean
- GEO 631 Exploration in Travel and Tourism
- HTH 700 Professional Ethics in Hosp/Tourism
- HTI 746 Digital Marketing for Hosp/Tourism
- HTL 503 Meeting and Convention Management
- HTT 501 Casinos: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
- HTT 509 Who makes the rules? Issues in Tourism
- HTT 510 Sustainable Tourism: the Golden Goose?
- HTT 605 Business Aspects of Incentive Travel
- HTT 607 Event Management
- HTT 622 Destination Management and Marketing
Please see (PDF file) Senate Policy 2, Section 7.4 for further information about Minors.