BS in Hospitality Management with Emphasis in Sport Venue Management
No longer admitting to emphasis area beginning Fall 2021.
Degree Program Description
The Sports Venue Management emphasis provides specialized instruction in managing and operating sports venues as spaces for live entertainment, including sport and non-sport events. Students who successfully complete the Sports Venue Management curriculum will be prepared to assume leadership positions in the dynamic sports venue and entertainment industries.
Major Program Requirements
Sport Venue Management Requirements
In addition to completing major program requirements, students must complete the following additional requirements:
|Emphasis Area Requirements (minimum grade of C-)|
|HSP_MGMT 2500||Fundamentals of Sport Venue Industry||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3500||Sport Venue Operation Management||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4400||Hospitality Finance Management||3|
|or HSP_MGMT 3310||Food Service Budgeting and Controls|
|HSP_MGMT 4500||Management and Promotion of Live Entertainment||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4580W||Sport Venue and Facility Management - Writing Intensive||3|
|Hospitality Professional Electives (minimum grade of C-)||15|
|HSP_MGMT 1100||3||AGSC_COM 2220||3|
|F_S 1030||3||Biological or Physical Science with Lab||3|
|MATH 1100||3||Professional Elective||3|
|ENGLSH 1000||3||Missouri State Law Course||3|
|Humanities & Fine Arts||3||Elective||3|
|HSP_MGMT 2500||3||HSP_MGMT 2100||3|
|AG_ED_LD 2250 or 2260||3||HSP_MGMT 2190||1|
|ABM 1041||3||ACCTCY 2036||3|
|Professional Elective||3||MANGMT 3000||3|
|Biological, Physical or Mathematical Science||3||Elective||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3100||3||MRKTNG 3000||3||HSP_MGMT 4993||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3310||3||HSP_MGMT 3500||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4500||3||Humanities & Fine Arts||3|
|FINANC 2000||3||Professional Elective||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4180||3||HSP_MGMT 4100W||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4580W||3||Professional Elective||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4110||3||Professional Elective||3|
|Total Credits: 120|
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