This minor is offered jointly with the College of Education and Human Development (School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism). This minor, available to all Mason undergraduate students, offers the opportunity to study special event management and event technologies, design and production for installations and special events. Students will gain insights into industry standards and practices regarding planning, managing, and executing live events and presentations. The required courses in this minor provide students with a foundational overview of management and production. Students can complement that knowledge with specific electives that meet their individual interests in events and areas of design and technology.
University policy states that students must earn 8 distinct credits that are not used for their major toward their minor, with a minimum grade of 2.00 earned in all courses applied to the minor. For policies governing all minors, see AP.5.3.4 Minors.
Total credits: 18
|THR 230||Fundamentals of Production (Mason Core)||3|
|THR 313||Event Technical Production||3|
|or TOUR 313||Event Technical Production|
|TOUR 220||Introduction to Event Management||3|
|TOUR 355||Event Logistics||3|
|Select 6 credits from the following:||6|
|Event Implementation and Evaluation|
|Program Planning and Evaluation|
|Advanced Sound Engineering|
|Special Topics in Theater|
Or other course by permission of Director.