Hotel and Restaurant Management (Part-time studies)School of Hospitality and Tourism Diploma
If you’re looking for a career in management, look to the booming hospitality industry. There are opportunities in hotels, restaurants, convention centres, resorts, casinos, private clubs, golf courses and retirement communities.
You’ll need energy, enthusiasm and good people skills—Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Hotel and Restaurant Management program will give you the industry knowledge and management skills. Join the growing network of Saskatchewan Polytechnic alumni making their mark in leadership positions.
Hotel and Restaurant Management is a two-year diploma program offered at Saskatchewan Polytechnic Saskatoon Campus, Idylwyld Dr. You’ll build core management skills that you can use in any industry, but you’ll focus on hotel and restaurant operation from the ground up. Your training will include:
- accounting, human resources, sales & marketing
- catering and convention management
- cooking and food preparation
- food and beverage service
- hotel front office and housekeeping
- restaurant planning and management
As a supervisor or manager, it’s important for you to know food service from both sides of the “house,” which is why Saskatchewan Polytechnic gives you hands-on training in basic food preparation and short order cooking.
The Industry Supports You
Saskatchewan’s hospitality industry supports Saskatchewan Polytechnic students by providing scholarships, guest lecturers and work experiences. Industry input ensures your education is relevant, such as training on up-to-date POS systems and leading front office software (Opera).
Employers Love Work Experience
When you graduate, you’ll already have six weeks of practical work experience in various areas of the hospitality industry including front office, housekeeping and other areas chosen specifically by the student as their after graduation focus.
Use Your Diploma to Earn a Degree
Use your diploma to enter the third year of four year degree programs at Husson University/University of Fredericton in New Brunswick (Business Administration) and Royal Roads University in Victoria, B.C. (International Hotel Management).
Courses currently offered through part-time studies
Year 1Written and Oral Communications (COM-101CE)
Interpersonal Communications (COMM-291CE)
Introduction to Microsoft Word (COMP-171CE)
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 1 (COMP-174CE)
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2 (COMP-175CE)
Introduction to PowerPoint (COMP-179CE)