Recreation, event & sport management

Your future in RECREATION, EVENT & SPORT MANAGEMENT

Are you interested in managing sporting events, sports leagues or tournaments? Want to learn how to plan a city-wide festival or major event at an arena? A Bachelor of Science in Recreation, Event and Sport Management will give you the skills you need to launch your career. You can work toward your degree at UNT’s New College at Frisco in the heart of a sports and events mecca.

Summer 2017 courses, 5-Week 1 (6/5/17 - 7/7/17)
  • RESM 1950 Foundations of Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4340 Event Productions in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4080 Legal Dimensions
Summer 2017 courses, 5-Week 2 (7/10/17 - 8/11/17)
  • RESM 2150 Leadership in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4180 Planning, Designing & Maintaining RESM Facilities
  • RESM 4800 Studies in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
Summer 2017 courses, 10-Week (6/5/17 - 8/11/17)
  • RESM 4100 Internship in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
Fall 2017 courses
  • RESM 1950 Foundations of Recreation, Event and Sport Professions
  • RESM 2150 Leadership in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4180 Planning, Designing, Maintaining RESM Facilities and Areas
  • RESM 4340 Event Production in the Recreation, Event and Sport Industries
  • RESM 4800 Studies in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
Spring 2017 courses
  • RESM 1950: Foundations of Recreation, Event and Sport Professions
  • RESM 2150: Leadership in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4050: Management Perspectives in Recreation, Event and Sport Industries
  • RESM 4100: Internship in RESM (4 sections)
  • RESM 4180: Planning, Designing & Maintaining RESM Facilities
  • RESM 4340: Event Production in RES
  • RESM 4800: Topics: Sports & Recreation Marketing
Take the next step

You must be an admitted UNT student to take courses at UNT's New College at Frisco. Students may enroll in courses at the Frisco location, UNT or online to fulfill their degree requirements.

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