- Event Manager
- Event Organizer
- Sales Executive
- Catering Manager
- Event Planner
- Conference Planner
- Exhibition Coordinator
- Festival Organizer
- Trade Show Planner
…and so much more
|Duration:||BSc (Hons) 8 Semesters (full-time) or 10 Semesters (part-time)
Diploma 4 Semesters (full-time) or 6 Semesters (part-time)
|Application period:||January to February or August to September|
The international events industry is multi-faceted and encompasses a range of diverse festivals, corporate and sports events. The event industry in Oman is set to grow rapidly and in recent times the number, scale, scope and complexity of events taking place have increased enormously.
The BSc (Hons) in Event Management provides a systematic understanding of the knowledge and competencies necessary for Events Management and the skills necessary for personal development and reflective lifelong learning.
The BSc (Hons) in Event Management is a four-year programme which may be studied on a
full-time or part-time mode. The full time programme includes 8 semesters. Each semester consists of 13 instructional weeks, one study/reading week with final examinations in weeks 15-16. Part time students attend classes in the evening.
Part time students attend classes in the evening. While full-time students will normally take a maximum of six modules or 30 credits in a semester, the maximum number of credits for part-time students will normally be 20.
Students may register either for the award of the BSc (Hons) or for the Diploma.
Event Industry Studies
Accounting for Business
Event Planning and Sponsorship
Database and Industry Software
Conference and Event Marketing
Festival and Event Impacts
Human Capital and Organisational Behaviour
Managing Quality and Performance
Event Health and Safety Management
Data Analysis and Statistics
Intensive Reading and Academic Writing
Management and Environment
Event Risk Management
Web Development for Tourism and Hospitality
TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGY
A variety of teaching and learning approaches is used in the classroom to create a collaborative environment where students will feel safe to share ideas and their challenges. Teachers will use a scaffolding approach which gradually reduces teacher support in order to encourage independence as the ultimate goal.
Constructive assessment and feedback by the teacher is considered necessary and is an intricate part of the teaching approach to help students reach their full potential. During feedback it is important that teachers acknowledge what students have achieved to maintain high levels of motivation.
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