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Nido R. Qubein School of Communication

Minor in Event Management

Requirements for a minor in Event Management

(20 credits)

Required Courses (8 credits)

  • EMG 1200. Introduction to Event Management (4)
  • EMG 2300. Event Operations (4)

Required Electives (8 credits)
Select 8 credits from the following list of courses:

  • EMG 2400. Event Budget and Finance (4)
  • EMG 3200. Event Marketing and Sponsorship (4)
  • EMG 3300. Administration of Festivals and Events (4)
  • EMG 4300. Rhetoric of Festivals and Events (4)

Additional Elective Options (4 credits)
Select four credits from the following list of courses:

  • ACC 2010. Financial Accounting (4)
  • COM 2204. Media and Pop Culture Studies (4)
  • COM 2260. Agency Practicum (2)
  • COM 3314. Visual Rhetoric and Design (4)
  • COM 3324. Myth and Media (4)
  • COM 4500. Media Entrepreneurship (4)
  • EMG 2285. Practicum in Event Planning (2)
  • EMG 2881, 3881, 4881. Special Topics (2)
  • EMG 4816. Internship II (2)
  • MKT 2110. Principles of Marketing (4)
  • MUS 3620. History of Pop Music (2)
  • MUS 3800. Music Business (2)
  • NPL 1250. Nonprofit Organizations and the Voluntary Sector (4)
  • SMG 3020. Sport in Society (4) or SMG 3030. Gender Issues in Sport (4)

If you have any questions or need further information, please contact:

Dr. Vern Biaett
Coordinator, Event Management Minor
(336) 841-9617
vbiaett@highpoint.edu

The Nido R. Qubein School of Communication also offers a Communication major in Sport and Event Management.

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