Concentrations

Students complete the certificate by choosing one of the following concentrations:

Concentration in International Sport Management

This concentration offers students the opportunity to study the managerial aspects of international sport enterprises. Theoretically-grounded sport management skills will be examined and applied within the global context of the sport industry.

Concentration in Sport Coaching

This concentration provides students the opportunity to prepare for a career in coaching.  Theoretically-grounded content addresses advanced skills applied to a variety of coaching situations.

Policies

For policies governing all graduate certificates, see AP.6.8 Requirements for Graduate Certificates.

Banner Code: E1-CERG-SPMG

Certificate Requirements

Total credits: 15

This certificate may be pursued on a full-or part-time basis.

Students pursuing this graduate certificate may choose from any of the following concentrations:

Concentration in International Sport Management (ISPM)

Total credits: 15

Required Courses

SPMT 551Sport in the Global Marketplace3
SPMT 613Strategic Leadership in Sport Organizations3
SPMT 620Ethical Issues in Global Sport3
Total Credits9

Electives

Select two courses from the following:6
The Australian Model of Sport
The Global Soccer Industry
Sport and International Development
Governance and Policy in International Sport
Total Credits6

Concentration in Sport Coaching (SPTC)

Total credits: 15

Required Courses

SPMT 614Legal Issues in Sport3
SPMT 618Psychology of Coaching3
SPMT 631Theoretical Models of Sport Coaching3
Total Credits9

Electives

Select two courses from the following:6
Special Topics
Additional courses with advisor approval
Total Credits6