Leisure Studies

Obtaining a B.S. in Leisure Studies will give our scholars a strengthened understanding of Sports Managment.

Scholars concentrating in the area of Sport Management will develop skills related to planning, organizing, directing, controlling, budgeting, leading, and evaluating within the context of an organization or department whose primary product or service is related to sport and/or physical activity.

The Sport Management undergraduate program will prepare our graduates for enter various career-field environments such as: school and college sports programs, amateur sport organizations, commercialized sport establishments, arenas, coliseums, civic centers, military sport programs, sport marketing and consulting firms, the sporting goods industry, the sport news media, and academic programs in sport management.

Some courses within this major include:

  • Sports & the Media (HHPL-147)
  • Sports Law (HHPL-144)
  • Role of Sport in Society (HHPL-717)
  • Budget & Finance in Sport (HHPL-221)

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Leisure Studies Course Requirements