Sport Management, Bachelor of Science

REQUIRED MAJOR HOURS 51
REQUIRED MINOR HOURS NONE
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS 51
PRESCRIBED COURSES ATTAINABLE IN GEN ED: ECON 203

Student Learning Outcomes

To accomplish the mission of the Godbold School of Business in individual courses within the Traditional Undergraduate Program, students completing a course in Sport Management will be able to­­:

  1. Adapt themselves in entry-level professional career positions in business, government, and other areas of human endeavor where organizational, managerial, and analytical skills in sport management are vital for success.
  2. Learn new managerial skills in sport management that require knowledge of computerized technology
  3. Respond to changes in sport management in a dynamic, global marketplace and demonstrate high Christian ethical standards in their place of work.

Program Requirements

Sport Management Hours (51 hours)

ACCT 213Accounting Principles I

3

SPMG 218Principles of Sport Management

3

SPMG 250Social Issues in Sports

3

SPMG 285Communication in Sport

3

SPMG 305Sport Facility Design and Event Management

3

SPMG 310Sport Marketing and Promotion

3

SPMG 335Finance and Economics of Sport

3

SPMG 345Legal Issues in Sport

3

SPMG 360Integrated Experience in Sport Management

3

SPMG 410Sport Governance

3

SPMG 415Ethics and Leadership in Sport

3

SPMG 497Internship in Sport Management

9-12

CISS 300Management Information Systems

3

BADM 304Applied Business Statistics

3

SPMG 307/WLLC 307The Universal Language of Sport/Sport as a Unifying Force in Europe

3

Total Credit Hours: 51

Additional Requirements for Transfer Majors

All students transferring under the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement must complete or transfer MATH 110 Finite Mathematics and ECON 203 Principles of Economics I. Additionally, all students transferring from a community college are strongly recommended to take the following courses as part of their community college programs: ACCT 213 Accounting Principles I, ACCT 214 Accounting Principles II, ECON 203 Principles of Economics I, ECON 204 Principles of Economics II, and CISS 300 Management Information Systems.