spm200 | undergraduate
Introduction To Sport Management: Work At Play
This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Assess the impact of nontraditional sporting events on participants.
- Identify organized recreational activities and events.
- Explain the structure and duties of intercollegiate athletic departments and national governing bodies.
- Clarify arguments surrounding the amateur nature of intercollegiate athletics.
- Explain the impact of revenue sources on professional sport teams.
- Summarize the evolution and characteristics of professional sports in the United States.
Areas Influencing Sport Management
- Recognize financial aspects of the sport industry.
- Explain the connection between sports and tourism.
- Explain the role of public relations in sport.
Sport Consumer Behavior
- Determine the impact of the consumer on the sport industry.
- Identify influences on sport consumers and spectators.
Marketing and Sport
- Describe the role and scope of sport management and marketing agencies.
- Identify components of a sport marketing plan.
Sport Management as a Career
- Determine career areas in the field of sport management.
- Analyze factors involved in the management of sports.
Sport Facility and Event Management
- Explain risk, facility, and event management.
- Outline steps for planning various types of events.
Introduction to Sport Management
- Recognize the difference between sport and sport management.
- Describe the breadth of the sport industry and sport management.
- Identify how to prepare for a career in sport management.
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