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Graduate Certificate in Event and Tourism Management
The Graduate Academic Certificate in Event and Tourism Management allows individuals with graduate degrees to add to their academic expertise to receive credentials related to teaching in higher education.
It also allows professionals with a bachelor’s degree to increase their knowledge in the area of event and tourism management to meet professional or academic credentials.
The purpose of the 12-hour graduate certificate is to offer professionals in hospitality, tourism or other allied industries the opportunity to build skills and knowledge in critical analysis and subject content.
Upon advisement of the Graduate Coordinator, the student will complete 12 hours of content-based courses in the area of specialization. All 12 hours must be completed through UNT and with CMHT (CMHT and HMGT) courses. All certificates may be completed with 100% online courses. Some Certificate programs have resident campus course options.
Applying for the Graduate Academic Certificates follows the same process as applying for a graduate program. Follow the guidelines at the UNT Graduate School website:
- Complete and submit the ApplyTexas Application
- Make contact with the Graduate Coordinator to discuss the GAC and submit a resume.
- Have official transcripts from all colleges/universities attend sent to the Graduate School
- If your GPA is under 3.0 please contact the Graduate Coordinator
Certificate students who choose to continue in a graduate degree program are required to meet all the requirements, including GPA, GRE or GMAT, and prerequisites, of students seeking a degree in the college. Satisfactory work (minimum of a B grade) on graduate courses for the certificate may be applied to a 36-hour Master of Science degree program upon advisement of the graduate adviser, department chair, and the student’s major professor, who will be selected when proceeding for a degree.
For cost of courses, see the current tuition and fee page at the UNT website:
- For Texas Residents – look at the Graduate Tuition under Resident.
- For Non-Texas Residents who are living in Texas – look at the Graduate Tuition under Non-Resident. http://studentaccounting.unt.edu/tuition-and-fees
- For Non-Texas Residents living outside of Texas – look under the explanation of fees – Out-Of-State Teaching Fee (OSTF) for the cost of each credit hour for a CMHT course (CMHT or HMGT -for 100% online courses only). Contact the Graduate Coordinator for a more detailed explanation of this fee structure. http://studentaccounting.unt.edu/explanation-fees
Degree Planning Sheet
Students accepted into the Graduate Academic Certificate program will complete 12 hours of specified graduate courses. All 12 hours must be completed through UNT and with CMHT/HMGT courses.
All courses listed below are offered 100% online.
Advanced Convention and Event Mgmt. Offered Fall.
Choose 3 of the following:
Global Tourism. Offered Summer.
SMART Destinations. Offered Spring.
Promotional Strategies. Offered Summer.
Managing Customer Experiences.
- Students have a total of four years to complete the academic graduate certificate.
- Certificate students who choose to continue in a graduate degree program are required to meet all the admission requirements, including GPA, and prerequisites of students seeking a degree in CMHT. Satisfactory work (minimum of a B grade) on graduate courses may be applied to a 36-hour degree upon advisement of the graduate coordinator.
- The HTM Graduate Coordinator serves as the Major Advisor for students completing their degree plan.
**Specific admission requirements for the graduate certificate program can be found in the UNT Graduate Catalog. http://catalog.unt.edu/index.php (Search for Event and Tourism Management Certificate)