SEM 275. Strat for Org Mgmt & Personnel. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUAA, CUW

SEM 320. Contemporary Leadership Behav. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUAA, CUW

SEM 330. Int Public Relations & Soc Med. (3 Credits)

his course provides a practical and conceptual foundation for students interested in sport, entertainment, hospitality, and event management. Students will explore the formalized working relationships between the mass media and professional organizations. The course focuses on the interactions among the people and organizations involved in the flow of information to the public, including the connection between the informational and commercial sides of communication and information management. Students will understand the professional and industry standards of using social media as an effective business tool for public relations, community relations, media relations and marketing efforts. Students will be challenged to develop effective content for various public relations and social media platforms; and will understand the importance of analytics, engagement of end markets and measurability of public relations and social media efforts. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUAA, CUW

SEM 335. Negotiation & Risk Mgmt. (3 Credits)

SEM 340. Field Experience I. (1 Credit)

Offered at: CUAA

SEM 341. Field Experience II. (1 Credit)

Offered at: CUAA

SEM 342. Field Experience III. (4 Credits)

SEM 410. Integrated Marketing & Design. (3 Credits)

SEM 420. Event Prod & Mgmt in SEM. (3 Credits)

SEM 430. Spons, Fund, Sales Strategies. (3 Credits)

his course is designed to give students and inside look into the world of sponsorship, it's advantages and why it's used. At the same time, they will gain insight into the use of sales development and techniques. They will also learn about the importance of fundraising and how all three areas feed into one other in the worlds of sport & hospitality. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUAA, CUW

SEM 453. SEM Policy. (3 Credits)

his course is designed to look at the total environment of sport and entertainment business as viewed by top managers in the field.  Concepts developed in other business and sport and entertainment business courses will be implemented in research of topics. Actual sport and entertainment business issues currently being addressed at an organization or institution will be studied.  3 credits.

Prerequisite: Senior standing in major.

Offered at: CUAA, CUW