Tourism and Events Management at George Mason University delivers one of the most dynamic, cutting-edge professional preparation curriculums in the country
TEM majors are encouraged to join our student organization, Pi Sigma Epsilon. The student club provides opportunities for social events and professional development activities. Members can serve in different leadership positions and support the club in volunteer projects and in making Mason an even better place for future TEM majors.
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The mission of the Tourism and Events Management (TEM) degree program is to advance interdisciplinary study that promotes ethical leadership, prepares career-ready graduates, and builds collaborative relationships via innovative instructional modes specific to tourism, events, and hospitality management. Studying tourism and events management in Northern Virginia and the capital region affords ideal opportunities for unique fieldwork experiences, career networking, and outstanding guest instruction. TEM students can pursue studies in one of three concentrations: Events Management: Planning, implementation and evaluation of events ranging from social gatherings such as weddings to major conferences, festivals and mega-events. Hospitality Management: Planning, operation and sales pertaining to hotels, resorts and restaurants. Tourism Management: Planning, presentation and interpretation of cultural sites, built environments and public spaces for sustainable tourism purposes.