Undergraduate Course Catalog 2011-2012

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SPORT MANAGEMENT/BACHELOR OF ARTS

Total Credit Hours: 128
Major Credit Hours: 59

Sport Management majors are required to complete all core courses and 18 hours of electives.  The capstone course of the curriculum is 16-480 Sport Management Internship.  In order to enroll in this class, the student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 in the seven prerequisite courses, have submitted the application form by the appropriate deadline, and have been given consent by the Sport Management Program Director.

   

  



I. Core Courses (41)
A. Sport Management-Related Courses (29)
16-171 First Aid and Adult CPR (1)
16-196 Human Anatomy (3)
16-202 Foundations of Sport and Fitness Management (3)
16-212 General Conditioning (3)
16-258 Sport and Fitness Leadership (3)
16-275 Health Education (3)
16-362 Sport and Fitness Facility Management (3)
16-370 Legal Aspects of Sport and Fitness (3)
16-410 Research Methods in Sport and Fitness Management (3)
16-480 Sport and Fitness Management Internship (4)
B. Business-Related Courses (12)
25-200 Principles of Marketing (3)
61-200 Principles of Management (3)
61-355 Service Management (3)
61-360 Human Resource Management (3)

II. Electives (18)

Sport Management Majors are required to select 18 hours of electives from the following courses, of which 6 hours must be 300- or 400-level courses. The elective courses will be selected in consultation with the student's faculty advisor.
16-197 Human Physiology (3)
16-201 Foundations of Coaching (3)
16-211 Weight Training (3)
16-250 Introduction to Athletic Training (3)
16-256 Sport and Fitness Psychology (3)
16-260 History and Sociology of Sport and Fitness (3)
16-271 Nutrition and Exercise (3)
16-281 Sport and Fitness Promotion and Sales (3)
16-290 Developing Physical Training Programs (3)
16-314 Sport and Fitness Finance (3)
16-330 Teaching Group Exercise (3)
16-340 Kinesiology (3)
16-343 Sport and Fitness Performance Enhancement (3)
16-345 Exercise Physiology (3)
16-350 Exercise Prescription for Varied Populations (3)
16-360 Sport and Fitness Program Administration (3)
16-366 Corporate Health and Fitness Programming (3)
16-375 Risk Management for Sport and Fitness (3)

III.  The advanced writing requirement of the General Education Requirement is fulfilled by the successful completion of 16-410, Research Methods in Sport Science.

IV. Students will be allowed to complete the Sport Management Internship (16-480) when the following conditions have been met:

1.  Cumulative GPA of 2.50 in the following courses:
16-171 First Aid and Adult CPR (1)
16-202 Foundations of Sport and Fitness Management (3)
16-258 Sport and Fitness Leadership (3)
16-362 Sport and Fitness Facility Management (3)
16-370 Legal Aspects of Sport and Fitness (3)
25-200 Principles of Marketing (3)
61-200 Principles of Management (3)

2. Successful completion of the Internship Proposal Form by the appropriate date:

Fall Internship - May 15

Spring Internship - October 15

Summer Internship - February 15