Business Administration and Sports Management
(Bachelor of Science Degree)
The Business Administration and Sports Management program provides a comprehensive, team-based curriculum integrating general and specialized business courses with laboratory-learning practicum opportunities. Graduates are prepared to become business managers and leaders. A Sports Management degree offers many exciting and diverse career opportunities in the sports, fitness, health, wellness and recreation industries. Students may focus their education on working in amateur, recreational, collegiate or professional sport organizations.
Program of Study – Business Administration and Sports Management (128 Total Credits)
General Core Requirements 48 credits
Entering the Discussion (12 credits)
Writing Courses (8 cr)
En101 English Composition I
En102 English Composition II
Bookend Course (4 cr)
Mg/Fy100 Quest for Success (Business Division)
Exploring Diversity (32 credits)
Humanities Courses (8 cr)
2 courses in Art History, Communication, Creative Writing, English, Humanities, Music, Philosophy or Visual Arts
Social Sciences (8 cr)
2 courses in Criminal Justice, History & Politics, Psychology or Social Science
Natural Sciences and Math (8 cr)
2 courses in Biology, Environmental Studies, Math and Natural Science
Career Enhancing (8 cr)
2 courses in Business Administration or Management
Consolidating Knowledge (4 credits)
Mg415 Management Practicum II
Professional Core 24 credits
Ba201 Business Law I
Mg150 Organizational Management
Mg207 Principles of Marketing
Mg220 Sports Finance OR Be245 Organizational Finance
Sports Management Core 28 Credits
Mg120 Sports Management
Mg325 Sports Law
Mg410 Management Practicum I
4 300/400-level Sports Management courses
General and Recommended Business Electives (28 credits)
Total Credits (128 credits)
Instructor and Co-Chair Tammy Kenny, MS, MST, Division of Science and Technology.
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