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  Academic Programs / Tourism & Hospitality

Sport and Recreation Management

 

Jeffrey W. Montague, Assistant Dean
215-204-8701
jeffrey.montague@temple.edu

Ira G. Shapiro, Department Chair and Director for Programs in Sport and Recreation Management

215-204-6295

ira.shapiro@temple.edu

Jennifer J. Thiel (Undergraduate Contact)

Assistant Director of Student Services

1700 N. Broad Street

Suite 316 (062-62)

Philadelphia, PA 19122

215-204-8712

jennifer.thiel@temple.edu

 

The information below is for new freshmen and transfer students admitted in the Fall 2007.  For information prior to this time, refer to the catalog year for your matriculation semester and year.

 

School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Foundation Requirements

Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
THM 1112 Career Seminar   1  
THM 1113 Foundation of Leisure 3  
THM 1114 Leadership in Tourism, Hospitality, Sport, & Recreation 3  
THM 2112 Sophomore Research Seminar 2  
THM 2114 Leisure & Tourism in a Diverse Society 3  
THM 3111 Program & Special Event Planning 3  
THM 3196 Research Methodology
(Prerequisite: THM 2112 and successful completion of Core QA and QB requirements)
3 WI
THM 4112 Senior Professional Development Seminar (Prerequisite: Successful completion of THM 3185 and THM 3196, and senior standing) (Strongly Recommended: STOC 1111 [Public Speaking]) 3  
Total      21  

 

School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Internship and Project Requirements

Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
THM 3185 Junior Internship (180 Hours) (Prerequisite: C- or better
in all STHM 1000 and 2000 level courses)
3  
THM 4185 Senior Internship (600 Hours)  (Prerequisite: C- or better
in all STHM courses)  (Co-requisite: THM 4191)
10-12  
THM 4191 Senior Project  (Prerequisite: C- or better in all STHM
courses)  (Co-requisite: THM 4185)
3  
Total      16-18  

Major Requirements

Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
THM 1211 Introduction to Sport & Recreation 3  
THM 3211 Management in Sport & Recreation 3  
THM 3213 Budget & Finance Systems in Sport & Recreation
(Prerequisite: ACCT 2101)
3  
THM 3214 Marketing Management in Sport & Recreation
(Prerequisite: ECON 1101 and MKTG 2101)
3  
THM 4212 Law & Ethics in Sport & Recreation 3  
Select one of the following based on your selected Concentration: 3  
Leisure Management Concentration Capstone Course    
THM 4221 Current & Ethical Issues in Recreation & Leisure
(Co-requisite: THM 4112)
   
         or    
Sport Management Concentration Capstone Course    
THM 4222 Current & Ethical Issues in Sport Management
(Co-requisite: THM 4112)
   
Total      18  

 

Electives (6 Credits Required) or Choose One of the Concentrations

 

Leisure Management Concentration Requirements

Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Select two: 6  
THM 3215 Stadium/Arena Design & Management 3  
THM 3328 Gaming & Casino Management 3  
THM 3425 Event Management: History, Theory, & Best Practices 3  
THM 3427 Leisure & Aging Population 3  

Sport Management Concentration Requirements

Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Select two: 6  
THM 3215 Stadium/Arena Design & Management 3  
THM 3224 Sports Information & Media Relations 3  
THM 3227 Advanced Sport Marketing Systems 3  
THM 3425 Event Management: History, Theory, & Best Practices 3  

Fox School of Business and Management Requirements

Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Accounting 2101 Principles of Accounting I 3  
Economics
1101 Macroeconomic Principles (Prerequisite: Knowledge of elementary algebra) 3 IN
Marketing
2101 Introduction to Marketing
(Prerequisite: ECON 1101/1102 is highly recommended)
3
Highly Recommended:    
Human Resource Management 1101 Organization & Management (Prerequisite: English 1002 or 1022) 3  
These four classes complete the required lower division courses of the Business Minor.    
Total      9  

 

Free Electives (18 Credits Required)

 

School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Non-Credit Requirements

Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
First Aid Certification      0  
CPR Certification   Community level or better 0  
Industry Related Experience   Minimum 250 hours of participation required prior to THM 4112 (Senior Professional Development Seminar) 0  

 

OPTIONS

Business Minor

See Advisor.  (http://sbm.temple.edu/advising/minor.html#business)

General Business Studies Minor

See Advisor.  (http://sbm.temple.edu/advising/minor.html)

Certificate in The Geography of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Planning


See Advisor. (http://www.temple.edu/gus/undergrad_minor.html)


Certificate of specialization, Geography of Tourism

See Advisor.  (http://www.temple.edu/gus/undergrad_minor.html)

Management Information Systems (MIS) Certificate

See Advisor.  (http://mis.temple.edu)

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