|KIN 201||Introduction to Sport Administration||3|
|Select four of the following:||12|
|KIN 203||Introduction to Gaming and Casino Management||3|
|KIN 206||Sport Facilities and Event Management||3|
|KIN 211||Introduction to Campus Recreation||3|
|KIN 212||Elements of Sports Psychology||3|
|KIN 256||Globalization of Sport||3|
|KIN 297||Practicum in Sport Administration||1-3|
|KIN 302||Sport Marketing||3|
|KIN 306||Essential Leadership in Sports and the Professions||3|
|or KIN 308||Ethical Decision Making in Sport and the Professions|
|KIN 401||Legal Aspects of Sport||3|
|KIN 403||Sport Information Management||3|
|KIN 405||Finance and Budget in Sport Administration||3|
|KIN 473||Sports Goveranance||3|
|or KIN 490||Special Topics in Kinesiology and Sports Sciences|
|KIN 417||Research Methods for the Sport Sciences||3|
Students must complete KIN 201 with a C grade or higher.
Students select an additional 4 classes for a total of 15 credits to complete the minor.
A minimum grade of C or higher is required for all classes taken toward the Sport Administration minor
Students minoring in Sport Administration may take KIN 297 for a maximum of 3 credits to count toward the minor.
Students may take KIN 297 for an additional 3 credits toward general electives with the approval of the Internship Coordinator for Sport Administration,