Walker Hall Construction


Degree Offerings and Requirements


Bachelor of Science in Sport Business Management

Business Core:

  • ACCT 210 – Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 211 – Managerial Accounting
  • BUS 150 – Business Communications
  • BUS 280 – Business Law I
  • BUS 314 – Operations Management
  • BUS 491 – Business Policies (Capstone)
  • ECON 201 – Macroeconomics
  • ECON 202 – Microeconomics
  • FIN 312 – Principles of Finance
  • ISYS 100 – Computer Applications
  • ISYS 241 – Elementary Business Statistics or Math 141 – Elementary Statistics
  • MGMT 321 – Principles of Management
  • MKT 360 – Principles of Marketing

Sport Business Management Requirements:

  • SPTM 210 – Sport Business Management
  • SPTM 300 – Sport and Event Facility Management
  • SPTM 380 – Legal Aspects of Sport Management
  • SPTM 415 – Sport Marketing
  • SPTM 420 – Sport Finance
  • SPTM 425 – “Game Face” Selling in the Business of Sport
  • MKT 472 – Internet Marketing
  • SPTM 445 – Capstone “Rawlings” Advanced Applications of Sport Business
  • SPTM 499 – Internship/Independent Project

Electives:

  • SPTM 405 – Financial Impact of Sport in St. Louis
  • SPTM 435 – Semester Abroad Internship
  • SPTM 440 – “Rawlings” 1 Year Practical Experience Program (12 credits)

 

Master of Business Administration

Concentration-Sport and Entertainment Management

Core Requirements

  • MGMT 647 Organizational Behavior
  • BUS 676 Global Strategies
  • ECON 620 Business Economics
  • ACCT 610 Managerial Accounting
  • FIN 630 Corporate Financial Policies
  • BUS 643 Bus Ethics
  • MKT 660 Strategic Marketing
  • BUS 641 Legal Environment of Business
  • BUS 691 Business Policies (Capstone)

*Please note:Foundation courses may be required depending on student’s undergraduate experience.
Sport & Entertainment Management Concentration

  • SPMT 615 Survey of Sport and Entertainment Management
  • SPMT 620 Economics of Sport & Entertainment
  • SPMT 675 Product Development for Sport & Entertainment
  • SPMT 680 Sponsorship & Promotion of Sport and Entertainment

*Students may also engage in an internship experience


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