Sport Management And Business Administration

Bachelor's degree in Sport Management and Business Administration will prepare you for a broad range of careers and enable you to focus on your particular area of interest, such as sport administration, sport marketing, or risk management.

The bachelor's program in Sport Management and Business Administration at Barry offers distinct advantages:

Solid preparation. The program combines thirty credits in Sport Management with thirty credits in business core courses like Organizational Behavior and Management, Marketing, Accounting, Managerial Finance, Information Systems, etc. This not only prepares you for a job in sport, it also opens many career paths in the world of business, which increases your marketability.

Career Opportunities. South Florida's ideal climate and extraordinary array of sport venues coupled with our contacts in the local sport industry provide you with incomparable internship placements and year-round access to a variety of sport-related activities.

Experienced Faculty. Professors who possess strong academic credentials and experience in the field and who are committed to helping you to achieve your professional goals.

The Sport Management program requires a total of 120 credit-hours:

Business Core (30 Credits)

ACC201Financial Accounting
ACC202Managerial Accounting
BUS239Business Law I
MGT305Organizational Behavior and Management
MGT325Business Processes and Supply Chain Management
MKT306Principles of Marketing
BUS311Applications of Statistics in Business
BUS315Introduction to Information Systems
FIN319 Managerial Finance
MGT352 Human Resources Management

Sport Management Core (30 Credits)

SMB250Sport and Recreation Management
SMB360Leisure Planning and Programming
SMB380Facility Design & Event Management
SMB440Sport Marketing, Promotions & Fund Raising
SMB444Financial Applications to Sport
SMB480Contemporary Issues & Ethics in Sport
SMB470Sport Management Law
SMB499Internship in Sport Management (9 credits)

Distribution Requirements With Co-Requisites

Theology And Philosophy (9 Credits)

  • THE
  • PHI 292 Ethics

Communication Arts - Oral And Written (9 Credits)

  • ENG 111
  • ENG 112/210
  • SPE

Natural Science And Mathematics (9 Credits)

  • MAT 108 Precal for Business
  • MAT 152 Elem Prob & Stats
  • SCI

Behavioral And Social Sciences (9 Credits)

  • ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics
    (3 credits required from: ANT, CRM, PSY, SOC)

Humanities And Arts (9 Credits)

  • ART 205 Graphic Design Foundations (Recommended)

General Electives (15 Credits)

  • CS 180 Introduction to Computers
  • ORI 100 Freshman Seminar