Sport and Recreation Business

What We Offer You

The new B.S.R.B. in Sport and Recreation Business is designed for undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers in sport, recreation, and/or tourism. The degree emphasizes critical business areas including accounting, marketing, management, economics, and finance and applies them to the sport, recreation and tourism industries. The combination of business, leadership, and hands-on education are what sets our students up to make an immediate impact within an organization. The B.S.R.B. provides academic preparation and sought-after, critical education necessary for entry-level careers in the sport and recreation industries, all while being completed in the most adventurous state in the nation. 

Email uaf-som@alaska.edu for questions about this program or to schedule an appointment with the academic advisor.

 

Free Admission Offer!

The School of Management is extending an offer to waive the $50 application fee, as well as the $25 late application fee, for the first 100 students to apply to the Sport and Recreation Business program for the 2018-19 academic year! Use the waiver code UAFBSRB when applying to take advantage of this offer.

Visit the UAF Admissions page to apply today!

 

Top-Notch Accreditation

The UAF School of Management is one of a select set of business schools to hold both business and accounting Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation. This highest level of accreditation recognizes success in producing business leaders, and is indicative of a top-notch education.

 

What it Takes to Graduate

The B.S.R.B. degree requirements let you know which classes you'll need to graduate.  

The Sport and Recreation Business BSRB Degree Map provides a road map of which classes to take in which semester:
2018/2019 Catalog
 

 

Career Opportunities

The B.S.R.B. degree provides a number of potential career paths for graduates, including:

  • Tourism managers
  • Sports facility managers
  • Sports marketing managers
  • Meeting, convention, and event planners
  • Hospitality managers
  • Lodge managers
  • Coaches
  • Scouts
  • Sports sales
  • First line supervisors, spa managers
  • Recreation workers

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