Sport and Recreation Management B.S.
The graduate should possess the following competencies: (1) knowledge and skills that promote sport and recreation; (2) knowledge of the core concepts for the management of sport and recreation; (3) knowledge of economics and finance in the sport industry; (4) knowledge of concepts for developing for sport and recreation, and (5) knowledge of methods for administration and evaluation of sport and recreation programs.
|Core Curriculum Courses|
|See the Core Curriculum Requirements||42|
|Required Courses in the HHPS Major|
|Students must have and maintain a 2.5 overall GPA in order to take 300- and 400- level classes in the program.|
|HHPS 100||Foundations of Sport & Recreation Management||3|
|HHPS 110||Principles of Leadership in Sport & Recreation||3|
|HHPS 210||Sport Psychology||3|
|HHPS 305||Programming & Events in Sport and Recreation||3|
|HHPS 310||GLB/Facility and Venue Management *||3|
|HHPS 316||Field Experience in Sport and Recreation||3|
|HHPS 320||Legal & Ethical Issues in Sport and Recreation Management *||3|
|HHPS 350||Social Issues in Global Sport Economy||3|
|HHPS 400||Management of Sport & Recreation Organizations *||3|
|HHPS 410||Economics & Finance of Sport & Recreation *||3|
|HHPS 420||Marketing for Sport & Recreation||3|
|HHPS 450||Internship in Sport & Recreation Management. *||6|
|Suggested Minor in General Business ***|
|HHPH 1304||Introduction to Personal and Community Health||3|
|HHPK 1301||Foundations of Kinesiology||3|
|HHPK 1328||Concepts of Physical Activity||3|
|HHPK 1306||First Aid and Safety||3|
|HHPK 2356||Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries||3|
|Principles of Micro Economics|
|US-Hum Anatomy/Physiology I (or other 3 hour US Science + 1 FRA course) **|
|Administration of Kinesiology and Sports Programs|
Refer to prerequisite.
This course satisfies the core curriculum requirements.
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