Bachelor of Business (Sport and Recreation Management) University of South Australia - UniSA

3.33 out of 5 from 3 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Build an exciting career managing sports and recreation events, and initiatives.

In this respected degree you will learn to implement programs, manage financial and physical resources, and problem-solve. Your studies will have a very practical focus, where you will learn through site visits, hear from guest lecturers and learn from a highly-experienced teaching team.

With this degree, the options for enriching your study experiences are extensive. You can choose to incorporate real-world international experience into your studies with a student exchange or study tour. You can gain practical experience through an internship or experiential elective; participate in a business simulation project and work with a business career mentor.

Sport development officer: promoting participation in sport; working with sporting clubs, local councils and the wider community; ensure people of all ages and...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Business (Sport and Recreation Management) University of South Australia - UniSA based on 3 reviews
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April 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: • Experience working in the sporting industry
• One of the only sport management related courses in South Australia
• Learning core business subjects along with specific sport subjects

Negatives: • Not enough related to sport
• 10 week semester makes it hard to fit everything into a short amount of time
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February 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives would be that it’s good for people who are really interested in the more common sports such as basketball or football for example, but the negatives are that it really does focus on those sports, so if you aren’t interested in the mainstream sports it can be a bit difficult. Also the courses within the degree seem r...

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December 2017
Year completed 2019

This is a business course. There are a lot of theories to understand for the subjects.

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