North Central College - Naperville, IL

Program and Degree Options

Sport Management, B.A.

A maximum of 51 credit hours in KIN allowed.

  • KIN 150              History of Physical Education and Sport
  • KIN 250              Introduction to Sport Management I
  • KIN 251              Introduction to Sport Management II
  • KIN 260              Psychological Aspects of Coaching
  • KIN 262              Sport in Modern Society
  • KIN 320              Sport and Recreation Marketing
  • KIN 322              Sport Law and Organization
  • KIN 490              Leadership, Ethics and Values in Sport and Fitness
  • KIN 497              Internship
  • ACC 201             Accounting Principles I/Financial
  • BUS 162             Management of Organizations
  • BUS 168             Marketing
  • BUS 205             Introduction to Business Law
  • BUS 378             Sales and Sales Management
  • BUS 384             Human Resource Management
  • ECN 241             Business and Economic Statistics
  • ECN 310             Economics of Sport
  • LEV 230              Conflict Resolution
  • COM230              Business and Professional Communication
  • Three additional hours in BUS at the 300-level or higher.

Prerequisite Course:       

  •  ECN 250               Microeconomic Principles

 

Sport Management Minor 

21-24 credit hours, including:

  • KIN 250 - Introduction to Sport Management I
  • KIN 251 - Introduction to Sport Management II
  • KIN 320 - Sport and Recreation Marketing
  • KIN 322 - Sport Law and Organization
  • BUS 168 - Marketing
  • BUS 205 - Introduction to Business Law
  • ECN 310 - Economics of Sport

One of the following (up to three credit hours):

  • KIN 497 - Internship
  • 200-level or higher course connecting sport to a wider context (with department chair approval)*

*Note: Courses should contain an applied sport management focus.  Suitable examples include selected practical application courses (KIN 360, BUS 497, MED 417, SPC 497, etc.) or some D-term courses.

Prerequisite Course:

  • ECN 100 - Economics of Social Issues -or-
  • ECN 250 - Microeconomic Principles