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Sport Management Major

Sport Management Bachelor of Science degree

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Major in Sport Management

The major in Sport Management incorporates the social and cultural dimensions of sport, management and leadership, ethics, marketing, communications, budget and finance, economics, sport governance, sport law, facility and event management and video technology in its program offerings. A pre-internship and internship (400 clock hours) competes the requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management.

For the most accurate and up-to-date information about the curriculum, see the University Catalog:

Internships. Internships are an integral aspect of the program. Students will be placed in service organizations, recreation centers, public school athletic programs, sporting goods firms, fitness centers, etc. The internship requires a half-semester working full time or one semester working half time. The time commitment may be met by interning during the summer or early fall semester. Students must meet all transportation and living expenses while involved in the intern experience.

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