TOUR 372 Tourism and Hospitality Practicum




This course provides tools, resources and helpful strategies to prepare students to research, apply for, secure and successfully complete an appropriate 8- week paid/non-paid Canadian work placement. Students will engage in self-assessment, create an action plan, survey the B.C. job market and articulate their competitive advantages. The course addresses the specific processes involved in finding a challenging and rewarding practicum position in alignment with individual career goals. Students will engage in a period of productive employment in the Canadian workplace applying classroom theory and skills to the workplace.


21 TOUR credits of 300-level or higher coursework

Course Outlines

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