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KIN 356 KIN 356. Revenue and Budgeting in Sport. 3 Hours.

Restricted to students in the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health with a major in sport management. Introduction to financial analysis and budgeting techniques in the context of sport organizations; conventional and innovative methods for the acquisition of revenue available to sport organizations. Examine financial trends in various sectors of the sport industry, including: professional, college, government/public, and nonprofit sport. Three lecture hours a week for one semester.

Sport Management



The curriculum for the degree has four components: (a) the University-wide Core Curriculum; (b) prescribed work for the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health; (c) major requirements, which include a minor or specialization (coaching, community health and wellness, disability studies, health fitness instructor, medical fitness and rehabilitation, or strength and conditioning coaching); and (d) electives. More information, including a list of specializations , tracks , and minors is available from the College of Education Student Dean’s Office, George I. Sánchez Building 2.110.