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The sport management complements existing programming across the campus and helps to attract new students who seek to vary and develop their skill sets and optimize their career potential. Students who successfully complete the Sport Management minor should be able to:

  • demonstrate an understanding of the principles and theories underlying the management of organizational activities such as planning, organizing, leading, controlling and decision making;
  • gain an understanding of the analysis and reporting of accounting information;
  • demonstrate and critically apply psychological and sociological sport theories using a variety of discipline-specific observational tools to evaluate real-world sporting event competitions; and
  • identify key issues and responsibilities in the management of sports and apply discipline-specific theories to solve sport-related problems.