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1 Sport Management Program Advising Winter 2012 Department of Sports Administration College of Business

2 COURSE SCHEDULED FOR SPRING SASM 290 Sport Management Practicum SASM 290 Sport Management Practicum SASM 301 Sport Marketing, Tu,Th 4:10 PM to 6:00 PM SASM 301 Sport Marketing, Tu,Th 4:10 PM to 6:00 PM SASM 376 Athletic Facility Planning and Management, M, W 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM SASM 376 Athletic Facility Planning and Management, M, W 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM SASM 391 Risk Management, M,W 8:10 AM to 10:00 AM SASM 391 Risk Management, M,W 8:10 AM to 10:00 AM SASM 412 Sport Governance and Ethics, M,W 2:10 PM to 4:00 PM SASM 412 Sport Governance and Ethics, M,W 2:10 PM to 4:00 PM SASM 425 Financial Issues in Sport, Tu,Th 8:10 AM to 10:00 AM SASM 425 Financial Issues in Sport, Tu,Th 8:10 AM to 10:00 AM SASM 435 Sport Promotion & Sales Management, M,W 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM SASM 435 Sport Promotion & Sales Management, M,W 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM SASM 450 Senior Seminar in Sport Management, M,W 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM SASM 450 Senior Seminar in Sport Management, M,W 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM SASM 490 Internship in Sport Management SASM 490 Internship in Sport Management SOC 233 Sociology of Sport, M,Tu,W,Th 8:10 AM to 9:00 AM SOC 233 Sociology of Sport, M,Tu,W,Th 8:10 AM to 9:00 AM ECON 318 – Economics of Sports, Tu,Th 2:10 PM to 4:00 PM (permission only) ECON 318 – Economics of Sports, Tu,Th 2:10 PM to 4:00 PM (permission only)

3 COURSE SCHEDULED FOR SUMMER (1) First-Term (06/18/ /14/12) SASM 301 Sport Marketing, M,Tu,W,Th,F 12:10 AM to 2:00 PM SASM 301 Sport Marketing, M,Tu,W,Th,F 12:10 AM to 2:00 PM SASM 376 Athletic Facility Planning and Management, M,Tu,W,Th,F 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM SASM 376 Athletic Facility Planning and Management, M,Tu,W,Th,F 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM SASM 412 Sport Governance and Ethics, M,Tu,W,Th,F 2:10 PM to 4:00 PM SASM 412 Sport Governance and Ethics, M,Tu,W,Th,F 2:10 PM to 4:00 PM Second-Term (07/16/12 – 08/11/12) SASM 391 Risk Management, M,Tu,W,Th,F 2:10 PM to 4:00 PM SASM 391 Risk Management, M,Tu,W,Th,F 2:10 PM to 4:00 PM SASM 435 Sport Promotion & Sales Management, M,Tu,W,Th,F 12:10 PM to 2:00 PM SASM 435 Sport Promotion & Sales Management, M,Tu,W,Th,F 12:10 PM to 2:00 PM SASM 450 Senior Seminar in Sport Management, M,Tu,W,Th,F 8:10 AM to 10:00 AM SASM 450 Senior Seminar in Sport Management, M,Tu,W,Th,F 8:10 AM to 10:00 AM ECON 318 – Economics of Sports, M,Tu,W,Th,F 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM ECON 318 – Economics of Sports, M,Tu,W,Th,F 10:10 AM to 12:00 PM

4 COURSE SCHEDULED FOR SUMMER (2) Full-Term SASM 290 Sport Management Practicum SASM 290 Sport Management Practicum SASM 418E Special Topic - Baseball SASM 418E Special Topic - Baseball SASM 490 Internship in Sport Management SASM 490 Internship in Sport ManagementOnline SASM 400 Diversity and Sport SASM 400 Diversity and Sport SASM 425 Financial Issues in Sport SASM 425 Financial Issues in Sport

5 ECON 318 PERMISSION REQUIRED To get a pink slip for ECON 318, send an to Dr. Ming Li at In the , be sure to include such information as name, status in the program (major or pre-major), and priority registration date and time. To get a pink slip for ECON 318, send an to Dr. Ming Li at In the , be sure to include such information as name, status in the program (major or pre-major), and priority registration date and Dr. Li will verify the provided information and make a decision on pink slip distribution. Priority given based on major status and registration access time. Dr. Li will verify the provided information and make a decision on pink slip distribution. Priority given based on major status and registration access time.

6 REMINDER Sport Management students should register for OPN 300. Sport Management students should register for OPN 300. OPN 310 does NOT automatically meet the requirements for the Business Minor. OPN 310 does NOT automatically meet the requirements for the Business Minor. Any substitutions for the Business Minor require approval of the College of Business. Any substitutions for the Business Minor require approval of the College of Business.

7 PLANNING FOR GRADUATION Planning for graduation at least one full year before graduation Planning for graduation at least one full year before graduation Not all required courses are offered every quarter Not all required courses are offered every quarter Summer courses may not reach the required enrollment to be offered; if any course you need for graduation is cancelled during the summer, you will need to take the course during the fall quarter Summer courses may not reach the required enrollment to be offered; if any course you need for graduation is cancelled during the summer, you will need to take the course during the fall quarter

8 PLANNING FOR GRADUATION (CONT) Required courses may have time conflicts. Required courses may have time conflicts. You should take ONLY SASM 400-LEVEL COURSES and electives during your final quarter on campus (preferably your final 2 quarters). You should take ONLY SASM 400-LEVEL COURSES and electives during your final quarter on campus (preferably your final 2 quarters). You can search for Tier III course options using the course offerings menu (SASM 450 is one of them). You can search for Tier III course options using the course offerings menu (SASM 450 is one of them). YOU are responsible for making sure you have met all graduation requirements. YOU are responsible for making sure you have met all graduation requirements. Do not expect to substitute for a required major course. Do not expect to substitute for a required major course.

9 GRADUATION AUDITS If you are a junior or senior, you can make an appointment with the COB Office of Student Services (Copeland 214) to conduct a graduation audits for you. If you are a junior or senior, you can make an appointment with the COB Office of Student Services (Copeland 214) to conduct a graduation audits for you. The graduate audit will produce a written accounting of the courses and electives requirements needed for a student to complete the requirements of the sport management program. The graduate audit will produce a written accounting of the courses and electives requirements needed for a student to complete the requirements of the sport management program. Students coming to the COB Office of Student Services for a graduation audits should bring a DARS report that lists grades from the immediately previous quarter. Students coming to the COB Office of Student Services for a graduation audits should bring a DARS report that lists grades from the immediately previous quarter.

10 PRACTICUM Required Meeting for Spring Practicum Required Meeting for Spring Practicum – Location: Bentley 205 – Date/Time: Thursday, March 1 at 12:10 p.m. See Practicum Info at See Practicum Info at Contact Professor Moran Contact Professor Moran

11 INTERNSHIPS Steps to registering for internship for Spring 2012 Steps to registering for internship for Spring 2012 – Review internship credit requirements at – Find an internship site – Complete contract w/ site supervisor – Attend internship meeting – Tuesday, February 28 at 6:10 p.m. in Bentley 220. – Return contract to Professor Moran at internship meeting or ASAP to receive pink slip Contact Professor Moran for more information Contact Professor Moran for more information – Copeland 232

12 INTERNSHIPS (CONT) Resume Help Career Services (Baker 533)– Walk-in Hours Career Services (Baker 533)– Walk-in Hours Career Services Career Services – Monday – Thursday : 9: :30 a.m. – Monday - Friday: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. – Wednesday: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Resume writing guidelines: Resume writing guidelines: – 2.pdf 2.pdf 2.pdf

13 INTERNSHIPS (CONT) Departmental Assistance Help with finding internships/experience in the areas of sport in which you are interested Help with finding internships/experience in the areas of sport in which you are interested Visit the Sport Management website for guidance Visit the Sport Management website for guidance Know when you can do an experience or internship before scheduling an appointment Know when you can do an experience or internship before scheduling an appointment Check out these web resources: Check out these web resources: – WorkInSports.com WorkInSports.com – TeamworkOnline.com TeamworkOnline.com – SportsCareers.com SportsCareers.com Prof. Packy Moran Prof. Packy Moran – Office: Copeland 232 – – Winter 2012 Office hours: Monday – Thursday 9 – 11 and Friday by appointment.

14 SALES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Applications accepted in Fall/Winter Applications accepted in Fall/Winter For Admission to Sales Certificate Program: For Admission to Sales Certificate Program: – Overall GPA of 2.75 or higher – Resume demonstrating characteristics that support a successful sales career – Panel Interview – Admission is Competitive and not Guaranteed – For more information, contact: Director of the Sales Centre, Ken Hartung at or Director of the Sales Centre, Ken Hartung at or Dr. David Ridpath at or Dr. David Ridpath at or

15 INDIVIDUAL ADVISING PROTOCOL To schedule an individual advising time, contact your advisor to schedule an appointment. To schedule an individual advising time, contact your advisor to schedule an appointment. You must have the following with you for any in-office advising: You must have the following with you for any in-office advising: – Your DARS. – Your 4-year plan – A proposed schedule with alternate classes in case first choices are filled.

16 SPORT MANAGEMENT LISTSERV If you are not subscribed to the Sport Management listserv, go to to subscribe. If you are not subscribed to the Sport Management listserv, go to to subscribe. Through this listserv, students will receive program-related information, including internship openings, and announcements about Sport Management events (including advising). Through this listserv, students will receive program-related information, including internship openings, and announcements about Sport Management events (including advising).

17 APPLICATION TO GRADUATE SCHOOL If you are interested in attending graduate school next fall, it is time to put your application together. Some schools will still accept applications until March. The following are a number of things you need to do immediately: If you are interested in attending graduate school next fall, it is time to put your application together. Some schools will still accept applications until March. The following are a number of things you need to do immediately: – To determine what schools you want to apply – To find out the requirements and application deadlines of those schools Many schools set their application deadlines between February and March – To take the graduate school entrance exams, such as GRE or GMAT – To request your transcripts and letters of recommendation to be sent – To prepare other required paperwork, such as the statement of goals. You are strongly recommended to talk to your advisor if you have any questions. You are strongly recommended to talk to your advisor if you have any questions.

18 Q2S TRANSITION Starting on August 27, 2012, it will take 120 semester hours to complete the BS in Sport Management program. Starting on August 27, 2012, it will take 120 semester hours to complete the BS in Sport Management program. Students will graduate by fulfilling the requirements of their catalog of entry to the greatest extent possible, given that some courses used to fulfill the program requirements will no longer be offered after summer Students will graduate by fulfilling the requirements of their catalog of entry to the greatest extent possible, given that some courses used to fulfill the program requirements will no longer be offered after summer Each student is strongly urged to arrange an appointment with an Academic Advisor in the COB Office of Student Services to discuss and sign their Transition Degree Completion Plan (TDCP). Each student is strongly urged to arrange an appointment with an Academic Advisor in the COB Office of Student Services to discuss and sign their Transition Degree Completion Plan (TDCP).

19 GEN EDUCATION – TIER I Requirement Quarter Courses Q2S Transition Courses Tier I EnglishEnglish 151English 1510 (3) Tier I Junior CompositionAny J CourseAny J Course (3) Tier I MathMath 163AMath 1350 (4)

20 GEN EDUCATION – TIER II Requirement Quarter Courses Q2S Transition Courses Tier II Applied Science and MathMath 163AMath 1350 (4) Tier II Fine ArtsAny Course from DARS List Tier II Humanities and LiteratureCOMS 101 or Any Course Listed in DARS or UG Catalog under this T2 Catalog Tier II Natural SciencesAny Course from DARS List Tier II Social SciencesECON 103 and ECON 104ECON 1030 (3) & ECON 1040 (3)

21 GEN EDUCATION – TIER III Requirement Quarter Courses Q2S Transition Courses Tier IIISASM 450 (recommended but not required) or Any Other Tier III Course Listed in DARS or UG Catalog SASM 4500 (3)(recommended but not required) or Any Other Tier III Course Listed in DARS or UG Catalog

22 MAJOR COURSES - CORE PART 1 Quarter Courses Q2S Transition Courses ACCT 102ACCT 1020 (3) BUSL 255BUSL 2250 (3) ECON 104ECON 1040 (3) FIN 310FIN 2020 (3) HRM 320MGT 3300 (3) MGT 202MGT 2000 (3) MKT 202MKT 2020 (3) OPN 300MGT 3000 (3)

23 MAJOR COURSES - CORE PART 2 & 3 Quarter Courses Q2S Transition Courses SASM 290SASM 2920 (1-3) BUSL 465BUSL 4650 (3) ECON 318SASM 4180 (3) SASM 301SASM 3010 (3) SASM 376SASM 4760 (3) SASM 391NO EQUIVALENT COURSE SASM 412SASM 3120 (3) SASM 425SASM 4250 (3) SASM 435SASM 4350 (3) SOC 233SOC 2330 (3)

24 RELATED REQUIREMENTS Quarter Courses Q2S Transition Courses PSY 101PSY 1010 (3) PSY 221 OR QBA 201PSY 2210 OR QBA 2010 (3) SOC 101SOC 1010 (3) SASM 490 (16 Hour Internship)SASM 4910 (12 Hour Internship) OR Complete 16 hours of 300 or 400 Level Related Courses; See DARS List Complete 12 hours of 3000 or 4000 Level Related Courses; See DARS List

25 Please direct your Q2S questions to an Academic Advisor in the COB Office of Student Services in 214 Copeland Hall

26 QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?


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