Bachelor of Arts in Sport Business Management
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Sport Business Management Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take many of the foundational business school courses such as accounting, essentials of economics, and business communication. There are also foundational sport specific courses that provide a framework for the industry, such as Introduction to Sport Management and Sport in Society. As you progress through the program, sport management courses will build upon foundational business school classes.
- Event Planning and Production
- Financing Sport Operations