EVENT AND MEETING MANAGEMENT
- Program: Business
- Degree: Associate in Applied Science Degree
- Credits: Total Associate in Applied Science Degree Credits 60
- Academic Planning Guide:
Event and Meeting Management will prepare you for employment in entry-level positions in event management, meeting planning, convention sales, and hotel and resort companies. You’ll learn what is required to plan and manage events from concept to completion including contracts, venue, presentations, menu, marketing, and industry business practices. Effective communication skills, strong human relations abilities, and problem-solving skills will contribute to your success in the program and on the job.
Event planning is a growing profession. Many associations and corporations hire people whose main job responsibilities are to arrange, plan and conduct events and meetings in a wide range of venues and locations. There is a high demand for skilled, educated, customer service-oriented employees to enter the events industry.
- Solve business problems using critical thinking and decision making techniques.
- Apply marketing concepts and strategies.
- Demonstrate the steps of the sales process.
- Recognize different types of supplier contracts and legal issues for events.
- Demonstrate the ability to plan a variety of menus.
- Demonstrate the ability to set up and run the needs of an event speaker.
- Produce a detailed event using audio/visual and lighting elements.
- Integrate the use of industry standard technology and design.
- ACCT1000 Introduction to Accounting 3
- ACCT1410 Business Finance 3
- BUSN1000 Introduction to Business 3
- BUSN1010 Marketing Concepts and Strategies 4
- BUSN1051 Introduction to Management 4
- BUSN1100 Supervision 3
- BUSN1091 Consultative Selling 3
- BUSN1510 Entrepreneurship 3
- BUSN2040 Introduction to Event Planning 3
- BUSN2050 Event Site Sourcing and Contracts 3
- CCIS2055 Project Management 3
- CPLT1100 Computer Essentials in the Digital World 3
- CULA1106 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 2
- CULA1325 Menu Planning 2
- CULA1700 Human Relations Management 2
- CULA1710 Beverage Management 2
- CULA2050 Fundamentals of Wine 2
- MMVP1650 Event Technical Production 4
- Any course from Goal 3 (Natural Sciences)
Goal 4 (Mathematical/Logical Reasoning)
Goal 5 (History and the Social and Behavioral Sciences) of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
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