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12.3.1 COLLEGE OF HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (HES)

Dean: Professor Milla Boschung, Office:  100 Doster Hall
Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, Research and Assessment: Professor Stuart Usdan, Office: 106 Doster Hall

 

Course Descriptions:

 

HES 509 Research Methods. Three hours.
Introduction to theories and methods of research appropriate for human sciences; examination and evaluation of current research. Selection and planning of a research project are required.

 

HES 551 Seminar: Sport Facilities and Event Management. Three hours.
Designed for sport professionals desiring to increase their knowledge and understanding of sport facilities and event management.

HES 552 Trends and Issues. Three hours.
This course is designed for sport professionals desiring to increase their knowledge and understanding of contemporary trends and issues in national and international sport programs.

HES 554 Management & Administration in Sport Management.  Three hours.

This course is designed for sport professionals desiring to increase their knowledge and understanding of management and administration issues in the sport industry.  


HES 558 Applied Research. Three hours.
Development of scholarly research for publication, obtainment of grant/external finding, or design of technology/multimedia product in sport management.

HES 559 Management Strategies. Three hours.
In-depth analysis for sport professionals to study and review management and leadership strategies utilized in various sport organizations.

HES 560 Sport Management. Three hours.
This introductory course is designed for sport professionals desiring to increase their knowledge and understanding of contemporary sport management issues in the sport industry.

 

HES 561 Marketing, Sales and Public Relations in Sport Management.  Three hours.

This course is designed for sport professionals desiring to increase their knowledge and understanding of marketing, sales, and public relations issues in the sport industry.

 

HES 563 Finance and Accounting in Sport Management. Three hours.

This course is designed for sport professionals desiring to increase their knowledge and understanding of financial and accounting issues in the sport industry.


HES 565 Legal and Ethics in Sport Management. Three hours.
This course is designed for sport professionals desiring to increase their knowledge and understanding of legal and ethical issues in sport management and the sports industry.

HES 570 Fellowship in Sport Management. Three hours.
Under the supervision of an approved and qualified sport management professional, the graduate student will experience activities related to job specific tasks in the sport industry.  This full-time work fellowship in sport management experience must take place in a professional organization (Athletics; Hospitality & Entertainment).


HES 590 Special Problems. Three to six hours.

HES 592 Special Problems in Sports Management. Three to six hours.
This course is designed for sport professionals desiring to increase their knowledge and understanding of sport management trends and issues.

HES 598 Research Not Related to Thesis. One to three hours.
Development of a professional paper on a topic selected by the student and approved by the graduate committee.

HES 650 Special Topics in Human Environmental Sciences. Three hours.
Critical analysis of current issues in selected areas of human environmental sciences. May be taken up to a total of four times.


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