The Sport Administration minor at Howard University consists of 18-credit hours that explore content related to the sport industry.
This minor is designed for students to develop an understanding of the basic competencies related to the professional realm of sport management.
Students completing the minor in Sport Administration will acquire skills connected to understating principles of management, legal implications, marketing, ethics, and leadership theory within various sport organizations.
The following courses are required to earn a minor in the Sport Administration concentration:
- Introduction to Sport Management (HHPL 141)
- Sports Law (HHPL 144)
- Sport Marketing (HHPL 145)
The following courses are some of the electives offered to acquire a minor in the Sport Administration concentration (18 credits are required):
- Sports & the Media (HHPL 147)
- Sport Governance (HHPL 148)
- Facilities & Event Management (HHPL 149)
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