In addition to the general education requirements, majors in Sport Management must complete 42 s.h. in Sport Management, Business, Economics, Accounting, Physical Education, and Recreation including:
A minor in Sport Management consists of 18 semester hours from the following courses:
SPMT1200 Introduction to Sport Management 3 s.h.
An introduction to the field of sport management, including history of sport, leadership, management process, marketing and communication, and legal and ethical aspects in non-profit and for profit organizations.
SPMT2300 Legal and Ethical Issues in Sports 3 s.h.
A study of the laws, rules, regulations, and codes of ethics related to sports at all levels. A variety of viewpoints, including financial, regulatory, and societal will be explored.
SPMT3300 Sport Marketing 3 s.h.
An analysis of the field of marketing from a sports perspective with focus on the elements of and development of a marketing plan. Prerequisite: ECON1320.
SPMT3400 Event Management 3 s.h.
Application and study of the management process to hosting and organizing elite, recreation, and mass sporting events. Includes investigation of social, financial, and environmental factors involved in the process. Prerequisite: BUAD3320
SPMT4500 Seminar in Sport Management 3 s.h.
A series of discussions of current topics in the field of sport management. Each participant is required to prepare a presentation on a specific topic under direction of the instructor and share in conducting discussions. Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing.
SPMT4700 Internship in Sport Management 3 s.h.
An internship that allows students to work with professionals who are in career areas relating to the field of sport management. The student will play an active role in identifying potential field sponsors. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 hours. (Graded on a Pass/Fail basis.) Prerequisite: Instructor’s consent.