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Be the Sport-Business Connection
There are many opportunities to be recognized in the sporting world. You might work with teams and players—from high school to the professional ranks—as well as fill a leadership role for athletic venues, sports marketing firms, university sports programs, sponsors and vendors, fitness centers, and other entities.
A minor in Sport Management is ideal to supplement a degree in business, liberal arts or education. It includes a combination of sport-related and business coursework designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills needed for entry-level jobs in the sports industry. Courses focus on areas such as sport marketing, coaching and officiating, social media and technology. sports ethics, and more.
The course listings below are a representation of what this minor requires. Select elective courses may also be included. Students may have to take additional courses to fulfill the prerequisites of the required courses.
|Course #||Course Name|
|PHED 4210||Nutrition Assessments (Spring)|
|PHED 4220||Lifecycle and Community Nutrition (Fall)|
|PHED 4240||Metabolism and Function of Nutrients I (Fall)|
|PHED 4280||Metabolism and Function of Nutrients II (Spring)|
|PHED 4950||Advanced Topics in Sports Nutrition (Spring)|
|PHED 4310||Ethics in Sports|
|PHED 4330||Sport Marketing|
|PHED 4340||Risk Management and Legal Issues|
|PHED 4360||Sport Finance|
|PHED 4380||Leadership in Sport Organizations|
|BIOL 2100/2101||Anatomy and Physiology I|
|PHED 4003/4004||Physiology of Exercise/Lab|
|PHED 4153||Exercise Prescription|
|PHED 4193/4183||Measurement and Evaluation|
|PHED 4230||Principles of Strength and Conditioning|