This course will provide students with an overview of the sports management. The topics covered include the following: history of sport management, sports marketing, youth, community and scholastic sport and recreation, sports industry opportunities, professional and international sports
Students learn and apply current business perspectives and tools in order to address issues and problems in healthcare and the healthcare industry. The course leverages teamwork and innovative problem-solving approaches.Future curriculum development plans include adding additional electives to the minor and creating seamless pathways to relevant graduate programs in the spirit of offering opportunities for lifelong learning.
This course serves as a capstone course in the Business Management program. Students complete the SCPS Portfolio they have been assembling throughout their program. The portfolio provides students with an opportunity to look at the past, present, and future. Students reflect on personal growth and development during their program of study. Students also demonstrate ability to integrate knowledge and skills acquired throughout the programs by completing a strategic analysis of a company. The portfolio concludes with a professional development plan wherein students identify goals for continued professional growth and lifelong learning.
The process and techniques of strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation are studied and applied. Case studies of domestic and international companies and not-for-profit organizations will be used to integrate strategic management concepts with knowledge acquired in other classes. This course will include extensive written individual and team assignments and oral presentations.