Organization and Management of Sports EventsDevelop leadership in community play days Be familiarized with the different organization of different tournaments Be familiarized with the organization of athletic meets Know the duties of different working committees in athletic meets. Make quality judgments relating to courage, loyalty, courtesy, fairness, honesty, cooperation, sportsmanship, and as a citizen. Develop physical skills among potential athletes 2. Help acquire self-discipline, social maturity, emotional stability, and good sportsmanship among athletes 3. Educate the public regarding sports competitions 4. Promotion of health and the wise use of leisure time. Give opportunity for social contacts 6.
Organization and Administration in Physical Education and Sports
Fields of Study - Sport Management
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In recent years, sports management has emerged as a field of education and vocation concerning the business aspects of sports. It has become a degree program that many consider to be the ultimate way to enjoy their career. The success or failure of any sports program depends on how it is planned, executed, evaluated, and corrected. No program can be assured of success in all places at all times even when executed by the three Ms such as materials resources, manpower and method used. The intervening variables and the internal as well as the external factors greatly influence the result of the program. This chapter will be the discussion of the organization and management of sports, which will include the planning of school intramurals and actual implementation of the management of sports.
Blackburn students majoring in Physical Education and Sport Management study the development of the whole person — not just physical ability. Small class sizes encourage interpersonal relationships. Team management and individual roles are studied to build leadership and self-reliance. The methodology to understanding the whole person is stressed, emphasizing the three key domains of cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. Blackburn graduates in Physical Education and Sport Management acquire life lessons that help them succeed not just in the workplace, but as good citizens. That is one reason that the department has such a high job placement rate. For the last several years, the Blackburn Physical Education and Sport Management Department has been involved with the Macoupin Center for Developmental Disabilities in Carlinville for special programs that benefit everyone.