Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Honours Kinesiology) Sport Management Major
Students completing this major will be interested in examining leisure from a social science perspective and/or preparing for employment opportunities related to the administration of leisure, sport and physical activity programs. Graduates typically assume positions with government agencies, municipal recreation, units, public and private recreation units, public and private recreation centres, and amateur or professional sports organizations. Graduates also are prepared to enter graduate school or a faculty of education.
Total courses: forty.
Human Kinetics Core: fourteen courses including 95-200, 95-205, 95-211,95-225, 95-250, 95-265, 95-269, 95-270, 95-280; plus five of 95-210, 95-230, 95-240, 95-260, 95-285, 95-222 Introduction to Leisure, 95-224 Introduction to Occupational Biomechanics/Ergonomics or 95-350.
Sport Management Courses: twelve of 95-340, 95-345, 95-351, 95-352, 95-355, 95-405, 95-450, 95-451, 95-452, 95-454, 95-473, 95-475, 95-XXX Business Ethics (new course to be developed), 95-XXX Global Issues in Sport Management (new course to be developed), 95-XXX Sport Communication (new course to be developed), 95-490, and 95-498.
(a) six courses from Arts and Social Sciences and/or Business.
(b) six courses from any area of study, excluding Kinesiology.
(c) two courses from any area of study, including Kinesiology.
****Note: Students must successfully complete Historical Perspectives on Physical Activity and Sport in Western Civilization, Sociology of Sport and Physical Activities, and Organizational Behaviour in second year to complete this major.
95-265 Functional Anatomy
95-225 Ethics in Sport
95-211 Principles of Mental Skills Training
95-280 Fundamental Mechanics of Human Motion
95-250 Principles of Sport Management
95-269 Measurement and Evaluation
95-200 Health and Wellness
95-205 Introduction to Exercise Physiology
95-270 Research Design
Choose 5 of the following:
95-210 Human Performance
95-230 Sociology of Sport and Physical Activities
95-240 Historical Perspectives on Physical Activity and Sport in Western Civilization
95-260 Physiology of Fitness
95-285 Human Growth and Development
95-350 Organizational Behaviour
95-222 Introduction to Leisure
95-224 Introduction to Occupational Biomechanics/Ergonomics
Plus, 4 Option courses
Years 3 and 4
Note: Students must successfully complete Historical Perspectives on Physical Activity and Sport in Western Civilization, Sociology of Sport and Physical Activities, and Organizational Behaviour in second year to complete this major.
Take 12 of the following:
95-340 History of the Modern Olympic Movement
95-345 Sport Marketing
95-351 Strategic Planning of Sports Events
95-352 Sport Finance
95-355 Socio-economic Aspects of Sport and Leisure
95-405 Gender Issues in Sport
95-450 Human Resources in Sport Management
95-451 Sport and the Law
95-452 Sport and Government
95-454 Cooperation and Conflict in Sport
95-473 Social Construction of Leisure
95-475 Individual Studies
95-490 Special Topics
95-XXX Business Ethics (new course)
95-XXX Global Issues in Sport Management (new course)
95-XXX Sport Communication (new course)
Plus, 8 Option courses
KINESIOLOGY: "CORE" COURSES, AREAS OF STUDY, AND FIRST AND SECOND YEAR COURSE SEQUENCE
KINESIOLOGY: CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS