Sport Management Admission and Retention Requirements
In order to be admitted to the Sport Management program, students must meet the following criteria:
Current UWG Students
- Minimum overall GPA of 2.5.
- Successful completion of Areas A-E.
- Successful completion of 15 of the 18 hours in Area F, including SPMG 2600 with a grade of C or better.
- Transfer students will be admitted to the Sport Management program once they have met the criteria for current UWG students.
- Transfer students who lack up to two courses in Areas A-E may take SPMG 2600 Introduction to Sport Management concurrently with SPMG 3661 Sociology of Sport and SPMG 3665 Communication in Sport during their first semester at UWG in addition to the one or two courses they lack in Areas A-E.
Applications deadlines and procedures are available on the department website.
I. Areas A through E
Students must complete all of the Area A-E requirements prior to taking courses from the professional content area. Transfer students who lack up to two courses in Areas A-E may take specified courses concurrently during their first semester of enrollment at UWG.
II. Area F
Students must complete at least 15 of the 18 hours required in Area F prior to taking professional content courses. This includes SPMG 2600 Introduction to Sport Management that must be passed with a grade of C or better.
III. Professional Content Courses
- Students must have a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 in order to enroll in any professional content courses.
- Students must complete all professional content courses with a grade of C or better.
- Students must maintain a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 while in the junior and senior years.
- In order to enroll in the internship and to graduate from the program, students must have a minimum overall GPA of 2.5.
- In order to enroll in the internship, students are expected to have completed all other professional courses (professional content and related content). Under exceptional circumstances (death of a family member, major illness, etc.), a student may be granted a one course exception.
- In order to graduate, students must complete the internship with a C grade or higher and meet all other requirements.
IV. Related Content
Students should work cooperatively with their academic advisor to select a university approved minor to complete the program. Students must declare their minor and be advised regarding that minor by an advisor from the college where the minor is housed. Recommended minors include accounting, business administration, creative writing, economics, English, finance, management, marketing, mass communications, psychology, and sociology.
College of Science and Mathematics
Bruce Landman, Interim Dean
The College of Science and Mathematics is charged with the responsibility of providing instruction to students majoring in traditional sciences and mathematics disciplines, as well as providing the general education component of all the non-science and mathematics programs. It does so with the realization that in order to prepare students to face the ever-changing, complex society in which we live, it is necessary to do more than teach them a number of facts and train them in a variety of skills. This is done by offering a challenging curriculum that exposes students to innovative teaching and hands-on experiences.
The College of Science and Mathematics offers degrees in all traditional areas of science and mathematics, including biology, chemistry, computer science, geology, mathematics, and physics. Sequences of quality academic courses are provided to prepare students for graduate studies in the discipline and the school of their choice, as well as for a variety of scientific careers, including elementary and secondary school teaching. In addition, it is believed that an educated person in modern society requires a basic understanding of science and mathematics as well as computational skills. Courses designed to accommodate this need are incorporated in all major programs and are available to students desiring a liberal experience in the sciences