Program Requirements

General Program Requirements:
Number of Credits Required Beyond the Baccalaureate: 36

Required Courses:

Core Courses
SRM 5211Sport Finance and Economics3
SRM 5212Legal Issues in Sport and Recreation3
SRM 5215Sport Marketing3
SRM 5216Strategic Management in Sport and Recreation3
SRM 5217Sport Facility Management3
SRM 5285Graduate Internship in Sport and Recreation3
Fox School of Business and Management Requirements
STAT 5001Quantitative Methods for Business3
One elective course from the Fox School of Business and Management 13
Sport Business Electives 2
Select 12 credits of the following:12
Athletics Administration Concentration
Sport Sponsorship and Sales
Fundraising and Development
Compliance and Student-Athlete Affairs
Governance and Policy in Intercollegiate Athletics
SRM free elective
Recreation and Event Management Concentration
Fundraising and Development
Evaluation of Programs and Events
Business of Non-Profit Organizations
Event Management
SRM free elective
Sport Analytics Concentration 3
Information Technology Management
Business Intelligence
Consumer Behavior in Sport and Recreation
Sport Analytics
SRM free elective
Sport Marketing and Promotions Concentration
Sport Sponsorship and Sales
Consumer Behavior in Sport and Recreation
Sport Media and Communication
SRM free elective
Miscellaneous Electives
Free electives include any course listed in the above concentrations (SRM 5221 through SRM 5251) or any of the miscellaneous courses listed below:
Special Topics in Sport and Recreation
Master's Project
Master's Thesis
Total Credit Hours36

Culminating Event: SRM 5285 Graduate Internship in Sport and Recreation represents the culminating experience for all M.S. students during their term of graduation. A minimum of 3 credits is required for all students, regardless of concentration. The graduate internship utilizes a field placement with emphasis on acquisition and application of practical skills. A total of 180 contact hours are completed in cooperation between the student and an agency, under supervision of both the University internship coordinator and the agency-designated supervisor.