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Associate Degrees in Event Management

Associate degrees are typically designed for completion over two years of study. Depending on the field of study, an associate degree can either fulfill the educational requirements for a career or prepare you to move onto additional schooling to position yourself for a future job. What is an associate degree in event management? This coursework teaches you the necessary skills needed to plan even… Read more

Associate degrees are typically designed for completion over two years of study. Depending on the field of study, an associate degree can either fulfill the educational requirements for a career or prepare you to move onto additional schooling to position yourself for a future job.

What is an associate degree in event management? This coursework teaches you the necessary skills needed to plan events of various sizes and complexities. Hone in on hospitality management by taking a course in beverage management, followed by a course in human relations. Or perhaps travel and tourism management is more your style? Key course activities include planning a trip to a tourist destination, traveling to the location, and creating a presentation highlighting the trip.

An associate degree in event management can help you glean several new skills, as well as sharpen others. Learn key communication skills necessary to lead different personality styles. Train from leaders in the industry so you can be better prepared to administer excellent service, a cornerstone of event management. Finally, learn how to fine tune your attention to detail so you don’t miss any vital detail of an event.

Costs for an associate degree in event management can vary, depending on the school and location. Duration for full-time students is typically up to two years.

There are several different career paths that you can explore after obtaining an associate degree in event management. Careers in settings such as casinos, convention services, restaurants, and construction management are all quite popular with graduates. You may pursue positions such as director of restaurant operations, community development manager, event coordinator, private events director, executive assistant, foodservice manager, banquet event operations manager, and more.

There are a couple of different options when deciding where to begin your event management coursework. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Green Bay, USA

Event management is a fast-paced, challenging and rewarding profession. Employment is across industry sectors, such as manufacturing, non-profit, hospitality, information tech ... +

Event management is a fast-paced, challenging and rewarding profession. Employment is across industry sectors, such as manufacturing, non-profit, hospitality, information technology, healthcare, retail, or government. -
Associate Degree
Full-time
2 years
English
May 2020
Campus
 

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