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Sports Management: A.S.


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CIP CODE: 52.0201

The Sports Management program is a sequence of courses in Sports Management, general Business, and general education that leads to an Associate in Science degree in Sports Management.  The program is designed to transfer to four year institutions to continue study in Sports Management.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Students will complete a course of study preparing them to transfer to a Sports Management Bachelor's degree program.
  2. Students will demonstrate, orally and in writing, a working knowledge of the sport industry and its role in our economy.
  3.  Students will demonstrate, orally and in writing, a working knowledge of the societal impact of sports and the sport industry.
  4. Students will demonstrate, orally and in writing, a working knowledge of the sport industry settings including community sport, interscholastic and intercollegiate sport, professional sport, sport tourism and sport management agencies.
  5. Students will demonstrate, orally and in writing, a working knowledge of the functional areas of the sport industry including marketing, communications, finance, law, and event and facility management.
  6. Students will demonstrate the ability to plan and execute a sport event or promotion.
  7. Students will demonstrate, in writing, good communications skills.
     

Program supervised by:

Rick Behr, Chairperson
Office:  Business Building, Room 108
Telephone:  607 778-5133
E-mail:  behrrp1@sunybroome.edu

FIRST YEAR


SECOND YEAR


Fall Semester 15 Credits


  • Advisor approved General Education course2  Credits: 3
  • Advisor approved General Education Course2  Credits: 3

Spring Semester 17 Credits


  • Advisor approved General Education course2  Credits: 3
  • Natural Science Lab General Education elective2  Credits: 4
  • ENG XXX Advisor approved English course2  Credits: 3
  • PED XXX Physical Education  Credits: 1

Total Credits: 64 Credits


Notes


1"PSY 110 - Introduction to Psychology" strongly recommended.
230 credits and courses from 7 of the 10 SUNY General Education categories, including Basic Communication and Mathematics, are required.

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