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Sports Management Program

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Bachelor of Science in Sports Management Program

The Sports Management program prepares students for careers in the sports industry, parks and recreation, and for work with professional sports teams The curriculum combines a strong foundation in economics, accounting, management and technology with current theory in sports management topical areas. Students graduating from the sports management  program have been employed in sports enterprises as well as non-profit recreation organizations.

Curriculum

General Education Core  (48 Credits)

Prerequisites (15 Credits)
ACC 105 Principles of Accounting I
ACC 106 Principles of Accounting II
BUS 101 Business Theory
ECN 102 Microeconomics
ECN 103 Macroeconomics

Management Core (30 credits)
ACC 301 Managerial Accounting
BUS 230 Business Law
BUS 310 Principles of Finance
BUS 207 Principles of Marketing
BUS 306 Business Statistics I
BUS 318 Operations Management
BUS 321 International Business
BUS 340 Business Statistics II
BUS 304 Business Ethics
BUS 4000 Business Capstone

Sports Management Program Courses (18 credits)
      Required Courses
BUS 301 Principles of Management
BUS 350  Introduction to Sports Management

      Four of the following courses
BUS 351 Sports Marketing
BUS 352 Sports Business and Finance
BUS 353 Sports Law
BUS 354 Athletics Administration
BUS 355 Facilities Management
BUS 455 Sports Management Seminar
BUS 410 e-Business
BUS 421 Corporate Studies I
BUS 422  Corporate Studies II


Internship or Open Electives (14 credits)