The Bachelor of Event Management provides students with the skills and knowledge to design and deliver dynamic events across a range of genres such as sporting, food and wine, music, business and community events. Graduates develop expertise in critical and creative thinking to solve complex problems and implement innovative solutions through specialist event subjects underpinned by the core management skills required to operate in this fast paced industry.
Specialising subjects including fundamentals of event practices, event design, marketing and communication for events, business development in the events industry and event evaluation and innovation are central to the specialist nature of the degree. This is supported by a range of management subjects including Management fundamentals, financial concepts, introduction to marketing, risk and legal issues, revenue management and sustainable operations for the service industries. Students are able to personalise their learning through a range specialist electives such as sporting events, community events and festivals and business events and conferences.
Field trips and experiential learning
Student learning moves beyond the classroom through the opportunity to connect with industry through field trips to world-class venues, sports stadiums, hotel conference and banqueting departments and live events. Learning directly from experts and specialists, both in the field and as invited guest lecturers, students experience the application of theory to current practice.
Course units include:
ElectivesAll students must undertake RES501 Foundation Academic Communication Skills in their first semester (unless otherwise agreed).
Electives can be chosen from the suite of Higher Education Subjects. Please note that not all subjects are available in all courses and study periods.
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