Certificate in Sports and Society
This four-course certificate is designed to appeal to those students who are interested in careers in sports management, training, or writing, or who want a more in-depth understanding of the role of sports in both U.S. and global societies.
|Four courses, distributed as follows:||12|
|Select one introductory course from:|
|Sociology of Sports|
|Sport and Society|
|Select up to two courses from the following array in Liberal Arts: 1|
|The Economics of Sports|
|Baseball and American History|
|History of Global Soccer|
|Religion and Sports|
|Select up to two courses from the following array in Sport and Recreation Management or the College of Public Health: 2|
|Professional and International Sport|
|Media and Communications in Sport and Recreation|
|Recreation and Leisure Service Management|
|The Social-Psychology of Physical Activity|
If SOC 2111 is selected for the required introductory course above, only one course may be taken from this array.
If SRM 1211 is selected for the required introductory course above, only one course may be taken from this array.
Certificates are awarded only at the time of completion of the bachelor's degree and cannot be awarded either as a stand-alone program of study or after completion of the first bachelor's degree.