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Hospitality, Meeting and Event Planning, Tourism

MEETING PLANNING

Certificate

ACCTech

The Meeting and Events Planning program is designed to give the student an overview into the many sectors of the meeting and event planning industry. The courses are taught in both lecture and applied formats so that a student may gain real world experience while they are in the program. Areas of career opportunities for students completing this program are corporate event management, exposition and tradeshow management, conventions and conferences, visitors' bureaus, catering, venue sales, wedding planning, and vendor representation. The courses taken in this program will count towards CEU credits for the International Special Events Society, Meeting Planners International and the National Association of Catering Executives. All students seeking this degree will need to be advised by the department to finalize course selections.

To receive a certificate in Meeting Planning, a student must a) earn a grade of "C" or higher in all courses required to fulfill degree requirements, including general education courses, and b) meet Austin Community College's overall graduation requirements.

  Semester I Credit Hours
    HAMG 1321 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 3
    HAMG 1319 Computers in Hospitality 3
    HAMG 2307 Hospitality Marketing and Sales 3
    TRVM 2301 Introduction to Convention/Meeting Management 3
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  12
  Semester II
    TRVM 1327 Special Events Design OR 3
  TRVM 2355 Exposition and Trade Show Operations
    HAMG 1340 Hospitality Legal Issues 3
  TRVM 2333 Applied Convention/Meeting Management OR 3
    MUSB 1341 Concert Promotion and Venue Management
  HAMG 2301 Principles of Food and Beverage Operations-Catering 3
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  15
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  TOTALS 27

  +Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions
  #Capstone course
  1Restricted elective must be chosen from HAMG 1317, HAMG 1391, HAMG 2389, TRVM 2345, or TRVM 2372.