Hotel and Restaurant Management | Assiniboine Community College
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Hotel and Restaurant Management

Duration/Start: 2 years

Credential: Diploma

Find out where your talent and skills can take you when you enter the exciting field of Hotel and Restaurant Management.

ACC’s Hotel and Restaurant Management program provides a solid foundation for marketable skills and management training in food and beverage, marketing and sales, human resource management, and accounting. You'll also be involved in group and community projects that include the operation of an actual high-end dining facility. 

Like Culinary Arts, Hotel and Restaurant Management is featured at the North Hill Campus—an inspiring mix of heritage buildings and lush landscapes. You’ll train in newly constructed state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, including a teaching kitchen, a culinary theatre, and the 60 seat Grey Owl dining room—one of Brandon's most popular dining spots each winter. 

This two-year hands-on program offers a work placement between the first and second years that integrates your academic studies with a paid period of approved job experience. Here’s your chance to apply your knowledge in a real job setting, nail down your career direction and develop confidence in your abilities. 

 

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Fast Facts

Duration/Start 2 years

Credential Diploma

Credits 135.00

Optional Exit Yes

Optional Exit Credits 66

Co-op Work Placement Yes

Distance Delivery No

International Students Yes

Study Options
On Campus
Open to International Students

Why choose Hotel & Restaurant Management?

Hospitality is a growth industry with a demand for grads, and opportunities that span a wide-ranging field of Canadian and international resorts, hotels, clubs and restaurants. When you graduate you’ll leave ACC with highly sought after skills suitable for management level positions across Canada and abroad. 

If you have people and organizational skills, there are plenty of career paths to suit your preference—human resource management, marketing and promotion, new venture development, general administration and accounting, food and beverage management and service, as well as catering and convention services. The choice is yours!

Student Spotlight: Jungmin Yang

In this Student Spotlight we chat with Hotel and Restaurant Management student, Jungmin Yang, about the program and Harvest on the Hill.

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