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Sport and Recreation Management (minor)

A minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits in a particular discipline and requires one 1000-level course and two 3000- and/or 4000-level courses. The remainder may be chosen from current discipline course offerings at any level and are determined by the student and academic advisor.

  • SRM 1110 – Introduction to Sport and Recreation Management*
  • SRM 2110 – Program Development and Planning
  • SRM 2115 – Facilities Management
  • SRM 3115 – Legal Issues in Sport

Two electives – choose from (one must be at 3000-level):

  • SRM 2120 – Social Issues in Sport
  • SRM 2125 – Economics in Sport and Recreation
  • SRM 3120 – Sport Marketing and Promotions
  • SRM 3125 – Principles of Coaching
  • SRM 3130 – Sport Tourism
  • SRM 3135 – Facilitation of Leadership Activities
  • SRM 3140 – Commercial Recreation
  • SRM 3145 – Applied Learning Theories for Movement and Play
  • SRM 3150 – Outdoor Recreation
  • SRM 3300 – Sport Ethics
  • SRM 4110 – Governance in Sports and Athletics
  • SRM 4120 – Resort Recreation
  • SRM 4130 – Municipal and Non-Profit Leisure Services
  • SRM 4135 – Sport Business Practices

*If a student has taken BUSN 1110 or HOSP 1135, they are exempt from taking SRM 1110. However, the student must then take an additional elective to total 18 credits of SRM courses.

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