Course: Sprots Marketing and Promotion (CO-202-1) 

Amateur and professional sports in America are experiencing a rapid explosion for both male and female competitors. Increasingly, media outlets are presenting these contests live, or reporting on the results of these contests on a regular basis. Sports marketing and sports media are intrinsically linked in American culture. Sports Marketing and Promotion will explore a variety of topics including: Why are sports more popular today than ever before? Why have sports on a professional and collegiate level become "big business?" What effects does the business of sports have upon collegiate competition? What is sports marketing? How does one construct a marketing plan for a professional or collegiate team? How do the mass media fit into any sports marketing plan? In addition to readings, case studies, and regular assignments, students will prepare a marketing plan for a professional or collegiate athletic team or program. Generally offered yearly. 3 credits

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