Sports Business Minor
Industry guest speakers, real-time projects, and sports internships highlight this very dynamic and specialized program.
Skills for off the field
The sports business minor helps prepare students for possible careers in sports business. This minor provides non-business majors, who are not enrolled in the Cook School, the opportunity to gain specialized knowledge in areas that are critical to success for careers related to the business aspects of sports.
Students are responsible for completing any prerequisites, and a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA is required in minor coursework.
Sports Business Minor for Non-Business Majors
Fifteen (15) hours of coursework from the Cook School are the minimum for completing the sports business minor. Up to twenty-seven (27) hours may be required depending on the electives that are taken.
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Nine hours as follows (3 credit hours each):
|MGT 3000||Management Theory & Practice||Sophomore standing|
|MGT 3400||Introduction to Sports Management||MGT 3000|
|MGT 4400||Integrated Sports Business Planning||MGT 3400, senior standing, and two of the following: MKT 3500, ITM 3800, MGT 3301, MGT 4401, MGT 4402, or ECON 4500|
Six hours chosen from the following courses (3 credit hours each) * :
|ECON 4500||Sports Economics||MATH 1320 or 1510, ECON 1900, ECON 3140, & OPM 2070|
|ITM 3800||Project Management||ITM 2000 and junior standing|
|MGT 3301||Negotiations and Conflict Resolution||MGT 3000|
|MGT 4401||Legal Issues in Sport & Entertainment||MGT 2000|
|MGT 4402||Intercollegiate Athletics Management||MGT 3000|
|MKT 3500||Sports Marketing||MKT 3000|
* All prerequisites must be completed