Meeting and Event Management

Employment of meeting, convention, and event planners is projected to grow 10 percent from 2014 to 2024, 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

Employment Opportunities

Corporate Travel Manager
Executive Assistant
Executive Director
Marketing Manager
Meeting/Event Manager
National Sales Manager
Public Relations Manager
Trade Show Manager
Training Director
Wedding Planner/Coordinator


Meeting and Event Management Faculty:

Kristen Jack, Assistant Professor

Kristen Jack, Assistant Professor

HTM 440 - Advanced Meeting & Event Management | HTM 253 - Convention Sales & Service | HTM 190 - Field Preparation | HTM 101 - Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism
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

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Patty Janes, Associate Professor

Patty Janes, Profesor

HTM 452 - Hospitality & Tourism Marketing | HTM 375 - Hospitality Research

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Lorie Tuma, Assistant Professor

Lorie Tuma, Assistant Professor

HTM 202 - International Tourism | HTM 237 - Introduction to Recreation & Leisure Management | HTM 437 - Leadership in Recreation & Leisure | HTM 440 - Advanced Meeting & Event Management | HTM 330 - International Event Management

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Gail Zemmol, Affiliate Professor

Gail Zemmol, Affiliate Professor

HTM 323 - Festival & Special Event Management | HTM 343 - Human Resource Management | HTM 240 - Introduction to Meeting & Event Management | HTM 180 - Business of Hospitality Management

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