Bachelor of Business Administration in Sport Business
|General Education Requirements|
|School of Business General Education Requirements||9|
|School of Business Foundation Requirements||12.5|
|SPTB 201||Introduction to Sport Business||1|
|SPTB 320||Legal Concepts of Sport Business||1|
|SPTB 345||Sport Business Analytics||1|
|SPTB 350||Sport Sales, Negotiations and Promotions||1|
|SPTB 450||Sport Event Management||1|
|Elective Courses in the Major|
|Select one of the following:||1|
|Internship in Sport Business|
|Sport Properties and Sponsorships|
|Contemporary Sport Media|
|General Electives 1||4.5|
In or Outside School of Business.
All students in the School of Business must meet the following General Education requirements in addition to specific requirements within the major area of study. Furthermore, School of Business majors have a common set of Business Foundation courses which must be met. The specific additional requirements of the individual majors are found in the following sections.
Each student must complete at least four writing or writing enhanced (WE) courses to complete the University Writing Requirement. At least two of these courses must be from General Education. Based upon Admissions application information, students may be placed in ENGL 100; ENGL 100 may be used to count toward the Writing requirement.
|FSEM 100||First Year Seminar||1|
|Select one of the following:||1|
|Calculus for Business Decisions|
|Calculus I with Review Part 2|
|Calculus I with Analytic Geometry|
|Knowledge of Human Cultures and the Natural World|
|Foreign Language at 102 level||1|
|Historical Inquiry (any H course)||1|
|Physical and Natural World (any P course)||1|
|Select courses in 2 of the following 4 areas:||2|
Creative Arts (includes A, MUSC, MUSA or MUSE courses) 1
Culture and Belief (any B course)
Individuals, Societies, and Social Systems (any S course)
|Personal and Social Responsibility and Junior Seminar|
|SOBA 209E||The Legal, Social and Ethical Environment of Business||1|
|Select one Junior Seminar from the areas below:||1|
Environmental Responsibility (any R/JS course)
Ethical or Spiritual Inquiry (any E/JS course)
Health and Wellness (any W/JS course)
Human Diversity (any D/JS course)
Social Justice (any J/JS course)
Course(s) must equal four credits or 1 unit.
|Common Body of Knowledge|
|SOBA 100||Transitions I: Self Ownership and Direction||0.5|
|ECON 103S||Essentials of Economics I||1|
|BSAN 111||Introduction to Business Analytics||1|
|SOBA 205||Professional Communications||1|
|BSAN 250||Management Information Systems||1|
|STAT 301Q||Business Statistics||1|
|ACCT 211||Introduction to Financial Accounting||1|
|ACCT 212||Introduction to Management Accounting||1|
|INTL 201||International Business and Culture (or equivalent) 2||1|
|FINA 311||Business Finance||1|
|MKTG 315||The Marketplace and Consumers||1|
|MGMT 305||Human Relations, Leadership and Teamwork||1|
|MGMT 495||Strategic Management||1|
Must be taken during the freshman year of study
The International Business and Culture requirement may be satisfied with INTL 201 or any other internationally-focused business course. Note that a single course may not count for both the Common Body of Knowledge requirement and a course requirement within a major.
Co-Curricular/Cultural Attendance Requirements
In addition to all academic requirements, students are required, for graduation, to complete 24 events. The Dean’s Office provides a list of approved events each semester. Students may also view the list of co-curricular events under Calendar of Events at www.stetson.edu.
Technology Proficiency Requirements
All students in the School of Business Administration are required to demonstrate technical proficiency in four MS-Office applications. This requirement is broken down into two separate components. The First Component is proficiency in MS-Word and MS-PowerPoint (BSAN 100). Students may demonstrate proficiency in this area only by passing an exemption examination that covers both applications. Examinations are scheduled periodically throughout the academic year.
The Second Component is proficiency in MS-Excel and MS-Access. Students may demonstrate proficiency in this area in two ways. Enrolling in BSAN 101 or passing an exemption examination that covers both applications. Examinations are scheduled periodically throughout the academic year.