Nov 14, 2018  
University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 
    
University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019

Recreation Administration: Sports Management with Business Minor, B.S.


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Curriculum Requirements


To meet the needs of the recent growth in the sport industries, sport managers are in demand. This option, which includes either a minor in Business Administration or Sport Coaching, prepares students for career opportunities in sport fitness facilities, professional and collegiate sport teams, exercise and fitness/swim/golf/racquet clubs, municipal/high school/college/corporate/commercial intramurals and sport clubs, sport information, public/nonprofit/private sport agencies, and marketing sporting goods. This option culminates in a 10 week/400-hour internship, a practical work experience at an approved site with expert supervision. Through this experience, students gain managerial and administrative skills as well as valuable contacts for future employment. The course of study provides students with the prerequisite knowledge necessary to pass the National Recreation and Parks Association Certified Parks and Recreation Professional (CPRP) Examination.

1. 127 Semester Hours:


Complete a minimum of 127 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or better. The last 30 hours must be completed at NCCU. Students must repeat ‘D’ and ‘F’ courses in major and non-departmental required courses.

2. General Education Requirement:


Freshman and sophomore years: complete the General Education Curriculum  required by the university as detailed on the four-year course of study. Students must have a ‘C’ or better in ENG 1110 , ENG 1210 , MATH 1110 , and SOCI 2000 .

3. Program Requirements:


5. Additional Requirements


PEDU 1100  -  Elementary Swimming ( 2 )  

PEDU 3500  -  Emergency Care & Safety Techniques ( 2 )  

Students with a concentration in Recreational Sport Management with a Minor in Business must complete the requirements of the Business Minor .

Total Minimum Credit Hours: 124-125


Distribution of Hours

*General Education Curriculum Courses - 43

Recreation Administration Professional Courses - 49

=Recreational Sport Management Concentration Required Courses - 17-20

#Business Minor - 15 *6 hours use for GEC & Business

<Students must apply for admission into the Recreation Administation Program after the completion of RECR 1000 , RECR 2120 , RECR 2230 , RECR 2250 , and RECR 2900.  Application requires a minimum 2.0 overall GPA with a minimum 2.25 GPA in Parks, Recreation, and Leisure Studies Professional Courses and two letter of recommendation.

<The Recreational Sport Management Concentration requires a Business Minor.  The Business Minor coursework is determined by the School of Business.  Nine credit hours of GEC also serve as the Business Minor Requirement.  These nine hours are completed an additional Recreational Sport Management Concentration Required Courses.

>Students are required to be senior status, have permission of their advisor, and have completed RECR 4625  prior to enrolling in the RECR 4630  .  Students are not to take other courses when completing the internship course.

(SI) - Speaking Intensive

(WI) - Writing Intensive

Many courses listed in the first year of this plan are specific to this degree program and may not fulfill degree requirements for other programs at the University.  Students are advised that changing their program of study from this major to another major, after the first year, can extend the time until graduation by a semester or more.

Program Notes:


Students who wish to major in the Recreation Administration Program must have an overall grade point average of 2.25 and apply to be admitted into the program. Applicants must be at least a sophomore and have completed the following courses: RECR 1000 , RECR 2120 , and one additional 2000 level RECR course with a GPA average of 2.5 or better. Students are required to be senior status, have permission of their advisor, and have completed RECR 4625  prior to enrolling in the RECR 4630 . Students must be in good standing and have passed all required courses prior to internship placement, which consists of a minimum 400-hour, 10 consecutive week field placement experience in recreation/leisure service agency.

Four - Year Curriculum Plan


Four Year Curriculum Plan for Sports Management with Business Minor

For key to symbols used, please see ‘key’ below.

Freshman Year

Fall Semester

*  ENG 1110  -  English Composition I ( 3 )  

*Foreign Language II (3)

MATH 1100  -  College Algebra and Trigonometry I ( 3 )  

UNIV 1100  -  First Year Seminar ( 2 )  

*  PEDU 1541  -  Fitness ( 2 )  

+  RECR 1000  -  Introduction Recreation ( 3 )  

Total: 16

Spring Semester

*  ENG 1210  -  English Composition II ( 3 )  

*  MATH 1110  -  Elementary Statistics ( 3 )  

*Science GEC Requirement (3/4)

HEDU 1531  -  Health ( 2 )  

#PEDU 1100  -  Elementary Swimming ( 2 )  

+  RECR 2120  -  Introduction to Leadership in Recreation ( 3 )  (SI)

Total: 16

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

*Science GEC Requirement (3)

*HUM GEC Requirement (2)

RECR 2250  -  Introduction to Recreational Therapy ( 3 )  

=  RECR 2190  -  Introduction to Sport Management ( 3 )  

RECR 2300  -  Introduction to Practical Experience in Recreation ( 3 )  

~  ECON 2200  -  Principles of Macroeconomics ( 3 )   

Total: 17

Spring Semester

HIST 1320  -  World Societies ( 3 )  

HUM 2410  -  Arts & Humanities I ( 3 )   or

HUM 2420  -  Arts & Humanities II ( 3 )  

RECR 2230  -  Introduction to Outdoor Recreation ( 3 )  

CIS 1100  -  Business Computer Applications ( 2 )   

SOCI 2000  -  Global Societies and Human Behavior ( 3 )  

~ Business Minor Elective  

Total: 17

Junior Year

Fall Semester

=  RECR 3100  -  Recreational Sport Programming ( 3 )  

+  RECR 3500  -  Organizational Behavior ( 3 )  

+  RECR 3600  -  Management and Administration ( 3 )  (WI)

=  PEDU 3640  -  Administration and Management of Aquatic Program and Facilities ( 3 )  

+  PEDU 3500  -  Emergency Care & Safety Techniques ( 2 )  

~ACCT 2400  -  Principles of Accounting I ( 3 )  

Total: 17

Spring Semester

RECR 3900  -  Facility Management ( 3 )  

RECR 3700  -  Marketing and Public Relations ( 3 )  

RECR 3800  -  Research Methods ( 3 )  

RECR 4150  -  Event Management and Program Planning ( 4 )  

 ~ CIS 2400  -  Fundamentals of Information Systems ( 3 )  

Total: 16

Senior Year

Fall Semester

+ RECR 4900  -  Technology Applications ( 3 )  

RECR 4610  -  Financial Management ( 3 )  

PEDU 4030  -  Psycho-Socio Aspects of Physical Activity and Leisure ( 3 )  

+  RECR 4625  -  Pre-internship in Recreation ( 1 )   

~Business Minor Elective (3)

~Business Minor Elective (3)

Total: 16

Spring Semester

RECR 4630  -  Internship in Recreation ( 9 )  

 ~Business Minor Elective (3)

Total: 12

Total Minimum Credit Hours: 127

Distribution of Hours

*General Education Curriculum Courses - (35)

[RSMB students should take following GEC courses:[ MATH 1110 , SOCI 2000  ]

+Recreation Administration Professional Courses - (50)

=Recreational Sport Management Concentration Required Courses - (12)

# Department of Physical Education and Recreation Required Courses  - (4)

~ Business Minor (21+) - The Recreational Sport Management Concentration requires a Minor. The Business Minor course work is determined by the School of Business. Business Minors are required to complete: ACCT 2400 CIS 2400 , and ECON 2200 , plus 12 hours of approved Business courses. In addition to the 21 credit hours required for the Business Minor, students are required to complete additional credit hours of prerequisite courses; CIS 1100  (prerequisite for CIS 2400  & ACCT 2400  ) and MATH 1110  (prerequisite for ACCT 2400 , ECON 2100 , ECON 2200 ) as well as SOCI 2000  (prerequisite for both MGT 3000  and MKT 3210 ).

 

Students who wish to major in the Recreation Administration Program must have an overall grade point average of 2.25 and apply to be admitted into the program. Applicants must be at least a sophomore and have completed the following courses: RECR 1000 RECR 2120 RECR 2300 , and one additional 2000 level RECR course with a GPA average of 2.5 or better.

 

Students are required to be senior status, have permission of their advisor, and have completed RECR 4625  prior to enrolling in the RECR 4630 . Students must be in good standing and have passed all required courses prior to internship placement. 

(SI) - Speaking Intensive; (WI) - Writing Intensive

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