The Associate of Science Degree in Meeting and Event Management prepares students for employment as a supervisor or manager in the hospitality industry and prepares them for transfer to a four-year college or university.
The Meeting and Event Management program focuses on the planner's practical "need to know" tools and skills. Students learn from experienced industry professionals and attain a solid understanding of the myriad details and behind-the-scenes considerations needed to assure the success of meetings and events.
Convenient online and weekend classes are designed to provide a dynamic learning experience with extensive interaction between students and instructors through case studies, real-life examples, group work and hands-on activities. Special features include "behind the scenes" visits to hotel meeting facilities and development of a hands-on project.
The program prepares students for employment as a supervisor or manager within the hospitality industry with a specialization in meeting and event planning and management.
(Y1 or S1)
|HTT A105||Passport to Success||3.0||S1|
|HTT A265||Principles of Event and Meeting Management||1.5||S1|
|HTT A266||Organize and Manage Events and Meetings||1.5||S1|
|HTT A273||Sport Event Management||1.0||S1|
|HTT A278||Catering Design and Management||1.5||S1|
|HTT A284||Leadership and Strategic Management||3.0||S1|
|HTT A158 ||Luxury, Incentive and Corporate Travel||3.0||S2|
|HTT A185||Interviewing and Professional Development||3.0||S2|
|HTT A267||Managing Business Risks||1.5||S2|
|HTT A269||Destination Management||1.0||S2|
|HTT A270 ||Meeting and Event Marketing and Sales||1.5||S2|
|HTT A275||Event Fundraising and Sponsorship||1.0||S2|
|HTT A276||Expo and Trade Show Management and Promotion||1.0||S2|
|HTT A277||Wedding Planning as a Business||1.0||S2|
|HTT A138||Sharing the Travel Experience||3.0||S3|
|HTT A274||Establish and Operate and Event Business||1.0||S3|
|HTT A221||Meeting/Event Management Internship||4.0||S3|
In addition to the required courses listed above, students must complete 18.0 units of General Education and an additional 9.5 units of elective credit.