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M63 Bachelor of Sport Management

The Bachelor of Sport Management prepares competent graduates for careers in various sectors of the sport industry by providing a multidisciplinary program of study. The major provides a multidisciplinary and community sport orientation as distinct from the Bachelor of Business (Sport Management). It includes fieldwork experiences as components of units through which students can experience the application of theory to practice in Sport Management from community to professional sport. The major also enables students to acquire generic knowledge and skills necessary to meet the demands in job positions in sport industry: in community/ recreational sport, in state sport associations, events agencies, professional sport and other sport enterprise.

Twenty four units of 15 credit points each = 360 credit points. This is made up from fourteen units of 15 credit points = 210 credit points listed below:
MAN1100 Management I 15
MKT1100 Marketing I 15
MKT1101 Professional Communication I 15
SPM2111 Sport Organisation Management 15
SPM2112 Sport Delivery System 15
LMS2104 Leisure Research Methods II 15
SPM2122 Sport Marketing II 15
SPM2114 Sport and Leisure Economics and Finance II 15
And one unit selected from:
LMS2103 Leisure Facility Planning II 15
LSC2003 Leisure and Lifestyle 15
LMS3111 Leisure and Sport Planning III 15
LSC3112 Industry Practice 15
SPM3113 Sport and Leisure Law III 15
SPM3114 Sport Venues and Events III 15
SPM3221 Sport Business Planning III 15
To complete a degree students must either undertake a ten unit supporting major each unit being 15 credit points each (eg Sport Science) or a six unit minor each unit being 15 credit points and four elective units of 15 credit points each.
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2006 VET: 31/03/2006