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the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) or the National Football League (NFL). Students will also learn about the organizational structures and theories related to the management and governance of a variety of sport organizations. This course has an international emphasis and students will also learn about the governance and organization of sports across the globe. Prerequisites: BCOR 250 (minimum grade of C) 3 credits SMGT 375: Sport Facilities and Event Management This course is a comprehensive investigation of the components of managing athletic facilities and events staged by those facilities. The course combines both theory and real world application in describing the comprehensive and time consuming behind the scenes organization that goes in to the day to day maintenance of and event planning in athletic facilities. Topics include, but are not limited to, liability, facility planning, concessions and merchandising, systems, staffing, budgeting, crowd management and security, and post event analysis. Prerequisites: BCOR 250 (minimum grade of C) 3 credits SPRT 450: Internship in Sport Business This is an individually arranged course that combines work experience with a related academic project. The course is intended to afford students an opportunity to apply theoretical classroom information in a real world environment, and develop skills beneficial to students seeking careers in sport management. The course is a culmination of major coursework, allowing students to demonstrate mastery of sport management and marketing content, apply critical thinking skills to an authentic issue, and reflect on accumulated content and experiences. Students are required to complete a minimum of 40 hours of internship experience with a sports organization per academic credit earned. Prerequisites: Senior standing, minimum GPA of 3.00 3 credits SMGT 480: Principles of Sport Marketing This course is designed to acquaint students with comprehensive fundamental theories and issues in sport marketing, grounded within traditional marketing principles, and emphasizing unique application to the sport business industry. This course includes several real-world projects that require a high level of professionalism and mutually benefit the sports organizations and students in the course. BCOR 250 (minimum grade of C) 3 credits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT The supply chain is defined as the “entire system of organizations, people, activities, information, and resources involved in moving a raw material, input, or service from supplier to end user.” Managing a firm’s supply chain is a complex task and requires the firm to plan its own operations in concert with its suppliers’ and customers’ operations. The introduction of just-in-time and continuous flow operations in production facilities has created the need for such intensive planning and control. The supply chain management curriculum includes the study of inventory management, transportation management, enterprise resource planning, sourcing and procurement, and decision modeling. The following courses must be completed to satisfy the requirements for the BSBA in Supply Chain Management: MGMT 375/Applied Management Science MGMT 330/Project Management SCMG 310/Global Logistics SCMG 340/Sourcing and Supply Chain Management SCMG 415/Supply Chain Risk Management SCMG 425/Supply Chain Network Design

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015  
Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015