This certificate prepares students with the basic skills needed to begin a career in party/event planning, weddings, festivals, trade shows, sports marketing and much more. Understanding the terminology, timeliness and process of planning meetings and events is critical for anyone wanting to become part of this fun and exciting industry.
|TRVM 2001||Introduction to Meeting & Convention Management||48|
|TRVM 1001||Customer Sales and Service||32|
|TRVM 1025||Introduction to Exposition and Trade Show Management||48|
Elective Coursework (select two)
|ITSW 1091||Presentation Media Software||48|
|TRVM 1091||Conducting Secure Meetings & Events||48|
|TRVM 2041||International Meeting Management||48|
|TRVM 1027||Special Events Design||46|
|Total Elective Hours||96|
*Course offerings may vary by semester
Important Note About Concurrent Courses:
Students may be enrolled in identified credit programs on a non-credit enrollment basis. Concurrent enrollment students earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) rather than college credit for attending class and are expected to complete all required assignments and testing. Continuing Education seats are limited in concurrent classes.
For instructor, syllabus, book, or class pacing questions: Please contact M.T Hickman: 972-238-6097 or
For Continuing Education schedule questions:
Please contact Candy: 972-238-6008 or