Minor in Sport Business
The College of Business and Public Administration provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to earn a minor in sport business. Students receive a conceptual grounding in sport-specific business thought through coursework as well as experience in the sports field through internship opportunities. Students are encouraged to select a major which corresponds to a sport career choice of interest. Options are covered in the Introduction to Sport Business course requirement. Internship experiences also expose students to sport business career options and serve as a networking tool so vital in the sports industry. Students will be assisted in the identification of internship options; however, students are ultimately responsible for acquiring a meaningful internship position. Students may also be required to relocate for the duration of the internship.
The minor requires a minimum of 21 semester hours from the courses below.
|SPRT 205||Introduction to Sport Business||3|
|SPRT 497||Internship in Sport Business||3|
|or SPRT 397||Cooperative Education in Sport Business|
|Economics of Sport|
|Sport Financial Management|
|Special Topics in Sport Business|
|Sport Branding and Sponsorship|
|Facility and Event Planning|