Pathways from Ontario Colleges: Tourism

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Diploma and Ministry Code:

  • Hospitality (MTCU Code: 53200)
  • Food and Beverage Management (MTCU Code: 53201)
  • Tourism (MTCU Code: 53205)

Please see full list of eligible programs below.

U of G Program:

  • Bachelor of Commerce in Hospitality and Tourism Management (OUAC Program Code: GQT)

ONCAT Pathway ID: 2886

Graduates of a Hotel and Restaurant Management 2-year diploma, a Food and Beverage Management 2-year diploma, or a Tourism and Travel 2-year diploma may be eligible to apply the University of Guelph’s Bachelor of Commerce with a major in Hospitality and Tourism Management. Prospective applicants must have a minimum cumulative average of 75% (B), as well as successfully completed MHF4U Advanced Functions (or an approved equivalent). Successful applicants will receive up to 10.0 transfer credits through this Pathway. 

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Eligible Diplomas:

  • Algonquin College
    • Hospitality – Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management
    • Tourism – Travel Services
  • Centennial College
    • Hospitality – Hotel Operations Management
    • Tourism
    • Food and Beverage Management
  • Conestoga College
    • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • Food and Beverage Management - Hotel and Restaurant Operations
  • Confederation College
    • Tourism - Travel and Eco-Adventure
  • Durham College
    • Hospitality – Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management
  • Fanshawe College
    • Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Services Management
    • Food and Beverage Management
    • Tourism - Travel
  • (Sir Sandford) Fleming College
    • Hospitality (formerly Hotel and Restaurant Management)
    • Tourism - Global Travel (formerly Tourism and Travel)
  • George Brown College
    • Hospitality – Hotel Operations Management
    • Food & Beverage Management
  • Georgian College
    • Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Operations Management
    • Tourism - Marketing and Product Development
  • Humber College
    • Hospitality - Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management
    • Hospitality - Event Management
    • Tourism - Travel Services Management
  • La Cité Collégiale
    • Hôtellerie - Gestion des services d'hébergement et de restauration
    • Tourisme
  • Lambton College
    • Hospitality - Culture, Leadership & Operations
  • Mohawk College
    • Tourism
  • Niagara College
    • Hospitality – Hotel and Restaurant Operations
  • Saint Clair College
    • Hospitality - Hotel & Restaurant
    • Tourism - Travel
  • Saint Lawrence College
    • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Seneca College
    • Hospitality - Hotel and Restaurant Services Management
    • Tourism - Services Management
  • Sheridan College
    • Tourism – Global Travel

Transfer Credits:

  • ACCT*1220 Introductory Financial Accounting
  • HROB*2090 Individuals and Groups in Organizations
  • HTM*1070 Responsible Tourism Policy and Planning
  • HTM*1160 Lodging Operations
  • HTM*1700 Foodservice Management
  • HTM*2010 Hospitality and Tourism Business Communications
  • HTM*2030 Control Systems in the Hospitality Industry
  • HTM*2070 Event Management
  • HTM*2700 Understanding Foods
  • HTM*3030 Beverage Management
  • MCS*1000 Introductory Marketing
  • MGMT*1000 Introduction to Business
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management, Humanities, Social Science Electives

Students admitted via this pathway agreement will also be exempt from MGMT*1100 Business Career Preparation.

Program Information and Graduation Requirements:

View the Undergraduate Course Calendar

Transfer credits are determined by the Admission Committee of the program to which the student is admitted and where applicable, in accordance with any existing articulation agreement or pathway.  The application of transfer credits will vary depending on the degree and specialization.  All applicants must satisfy degree graduation requirements and residency requirement as outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar.  More information about advanced standing applications can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar.