Would you like a career in the exciting, competitive world of athletics? Midway’s Sport Management degree will prepare you for managing sport programs in a variety of settings: business, community, public, or private. You will earn a well-rounded education that integrates sport industry knowledge with the fundamentals of management, marketing, accounting, and finance.
The job market for graduates of the Sport Management program includes positions in college athletic departments, professional sport organizations, sport governing bodies, event and facility management, ticket sales, public relations, sport marketing and promotions companies, sporting goods industry, sport media, and parks and recreation departments.
Available through: WCON
|General Education Requirements||40|
|Sport Management Requirements||48|
|Intro to Sport Management Theory and Practice (SPM 110)||3|
|Socio Cultural Dimensions in Sport (SPM 200)||3|
|Sport Psychology (Prereq PSY 180) (SPM 210)||3|
|Sociology of Sport (Prereq SOC 120) (SPM 215)||3|
|Communications in Sport (Fulfilled in Gen Eds) (SPM 300)||0|
|Financial Application in Sport (Prereq ACC 210) (SPM 315)||3|
|Legal Issues in Sport (SPM 320)||3|
|Management & Leadership in Sport (SPM 325)||3|
|Sport Marketing (SPM 330)||3|
|Facility Management & Design (SPM 340)||3|
|Managing Sporting Events (SPM 400)||3|
|Senior Seminar/Internships (SPM 410)||3|
|Principles of Accounting I (ACC 210)||3|
|Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 217)||3|
|Principles of Management (BUS 230)||3|
|Principles of Marketing (BUS 255)||3|
|Electives (6 hours must be 300+ level)||32|
*A minimum grade of "C" in each course required for graduation.
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