Meeting and Event Management

Employment of meeting, convention, and event planners is projected to grow 8 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. Job opportunities should be best for candidates with a bachelor's degree in meeting and event management, hospitality, or tourism management.
(U.S. Department of Labor).

U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook

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Employment Opportunities

Catering Director/Manager

Convention Services Manager

Corporate Travel Manager

Event Coordinator

Event Producer

Festival Coordinator

Meeting/Event Manager

National Sales Manager

Special Events Manager

Trade Show Manager

Venue Manager

Wedding Planner/Coordinator

Meeting and Event Management Faculty:

Kristen Jack, Program Director

Kristen Jack, Program Director

HTM 101 - Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism

HTM 253 - Convention Sales & Service

HTM 440 - Advanced Meeting & Event Management

HTM 281 - Disney College Program I

HTM 282 - Disney College Program II

HTM 290 - Field Experience I

HTM 390 - Field Experience II

HTM 490 - Senior Internship


Dr. Jack's Profile

Lorie Tuma, Assistant Professor

Lorie Tuma, Assistant Professor

HTM 101 - Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism

HTM 202 - International Tourism

HTM 330 - International Event Management

HTM 440 - Advanced Meeting & Event Management

Dr. Tuma's Profile

Gail Zemmol, Affiliate Professor

Gail Zemmol, Senior Affiliate Professor

HTM 175 - International Food and Culture

HTM 180 - Business of Hospitality Management

HTM 240 - Introduction to Meeting & Event Management

HTM 323 - Festival & Special Event Management

HTM 343 - Human Resource Management

Ms. Zemmol's Profile

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