The Sport Business Management program combines business foundation courses with a specific sport business management curriculum in an effort to prepare graduates for a career in the sports business industry.
Through engaged learning, students will work with faculty and sports industry experts combining textbook theory with industry application.
Located between two major cities, Orlando and Tampa, which provides a plethora of sports franchise opportunities.
The possibilities are endless. Dozens of minor league teams. PGA, ESPN Disney, NASCAR, AAU, Watersports, and 16 MLB spring training teams make their home here in the sunshine state.
In BUS 3307 Sport, Leisure, and Society, you will analyze the social functions of sport and leisure in relationship to other social institutions. You’ll examine major social problems affecting the two areas and apply sociological concepts and theories to understand their social roles in society.
At the end of the junior year, all Florida Southern College students are eligible to be considered for early admission to the Florida Southern MBA program.
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Many extra-curricular organizations are associated with this program, including Delta Sigma Pi, the professional business fraternity; the Sports Management Club; and the Dean's Advisory Council.
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