Bachelor of Science in Sports Management

California University of Management and Sciences (CalMus)
California, United States
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
4 years
Intakes
March September
Total tuition fee (local)
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Total tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

  • Relevant qualifications accepted by the university.
  • Appropriate English Language qualifications.

Curriculum

General Education Courses

  • Communications
  • Humanities and Arts 
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences 
  • Sciences and Technology 

Core Courses

  • Principles of Management
  • Business Statistics I  
  • Business Communications
  • Principles of Economics
  • Foundations of Sports Management
  • Anatomy / Physiology 
  • Biomechanics 
  • Sports Marketing
  • Sports Psychology 
  • Sports Ethics
  • Sports Sociology
  • Sports Nutrition 
  • Legal Aspects of Sports
  • Event and Facility Management

Major Courses - Concentration: Taekwondo

  • Introduction to Taekwondo
  • History and Philosophy of Taekwondo
  • Taekwondo Training Methods & Evaluation
  • Management of Taekwondo Competition
  • Management of Training Centers
  • Sports Massage
  • CPR and First Aid
  • Taekwondo Foundation Techniques  
  • Self Defense Techniques
  • Rules of Taekwondo Judgment 
  • Taekwondo Training Seminar 
  • Taekwondo Tournament  

Major Courses - Concentration: Golf  (12 courses)

  • GM 201 History and Rules of Golf 
  • GM 205 Turf Grass Fundamentals
  • GM 225 Club Fitting and Repair 
  • GM 233 Golf Swing Motion Analysis 
  • GM 300 Golf Teaching Methods
  • GM 310 Golf Psychology 
  • GM 311 Country Club Management
  • GM 325 The Scoring Game Management
  • GM 330 Tournament Planning 
  • GM 420 Food and Beverage Management
  • GM 480 Golf Training Seminar  
  • GM 490 Golf Tournament

Major Courses - Concentration: Sports Leadership

  • Business Law and Ethics 
  • Human Resource Management 
  • History and Philosophy of Sports 
  • Public Relations
  • Sports Administration  
  • Governance in Sports 
  • Finance and Economics in Sports
  • Leadership and Management in Sports 
  • Technology in Sports 
  • Sports and the Mass Media
  • Seminar in Sports: Special Topics I 
  • Seminar in Sports: Special Topics II  

Elective Course (5 courses)

  • A total of twenty (20) quarter units of major courses from other bachelor level programs is required.

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