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Sport and Leisure Management Major Learning Outcomes

  • Upon completion of a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Leisure Management, students will be able to demonstrate communication skills by:
    • Identifying the purpose of the communication (written, oral or digital) in sport
    • Using appropriate communication media (written, oral or digital) with clarity and fluency and without errors
    • Utilizing discipline-appropriate terminology in communication (written, oral or digital)
  • Upon completion of a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Leisure Management, students will be able to demonstrate quantitative literacy by:
    • Explaining quantitative and qualitative sport industry information
    • Solving sport industry problems using quantitative and qualitative information
    • Formulating outcomes-based decisions using appropriate quantitative information

  • Upon completion of a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Leisure Management, students will be able to demonstrate critical thinking by:
    • Identifying a sport industry problem or issue to be addressed
    • Evaluating complex information pertinent to the problem or issue
    • Stating the assumptions and limitations of the information pertinent to the problem or issue
    • Formulating well-reasoned beliefs, judgments and conclusions

  • Upon completion of a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Leisure Management, students will be able to demonstrate cultural and societal awareness by:
    • Identifying sociocultural issues connected to sport
    • Evaluating complex sociocultural issues connected to sport
    • Stating the assumptions and limitations of the information pertinent to the problem or issue
    • Developing solutions to sociocultural-sport industry issues
  • Upon completion of a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Leisure Management, students will be able to demonstrate leadership by:
    • Identifying sport industry situations in which leaders and group members interact
    • Evaluating relationships between the leader and group
    • Applying principled judgments and conclusions to sport industry situations