Tourism and Events Management (TEM)
When planning an advising appointment, be sure to come prepared with the course checksheet that coincides with the catalog year that you declared TEM. Prior to any advising meeting, it is also expected that you will log onto Patriot Web and print out your degree evaluation, making sure to select Detail Requirements. Please contact your TEM advisor Melissa Busillo at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Bull Run Hall, Room 225B
Prince William Campus
Students also can monitor their academic progress on Patriot Web. The self service website offers Mason students the opportunity to see their weekly schedule in calendar form; view their academic transcript; and monitor a degree evaluation that shows them what courses they still need to satisfy general education and professional concentration requirements.
A comprehensive guide for planning an academic program that satisfies student needs is the TEM Student Passport. The Student Passport is specific to the student's catalog year (i.e. the academic year during which the student declared TEM as his or her major).
Download B.S. Tourism and Events Management Sample Academic Plans; guidelines to assist you in planning your schedule.
A summary Academic Advising Form (Checksheet) for each catalog year is also available.
- 2012-13 TEM TRSM Checksheet
- 2012-13 TEM EVNM Checksheet
- 2012-13 TEM HPTM Checksheet
- 2011-12 TEM EVNM Checksheet
- 2011-12 TEM HPTM Checksheet
- 2011-12 TEM TRSM Checksheet
- 2010-11 TEM Checksheet
- 2009-10 TEM Checksheet
- 2008-09 TEM Checksheet
- 2007-08 TEM Checksheet
Also available:Additional Checksheets for all academic calendar years, in all RHT programs.
* Note that these supplemental guides (Student Passport and Checksheets) do not supersede the official degree requirements detailed in the corresponding year’s George Mason University Catalog.