Students enrolled in the Department of Sport Business Administration will study a combination of theory and practice which will enable them to actively participate in a wide range of fields.
We foster ‘business professionals who understand sport’: graduates who have a balanced understanding of the possibilities of sport and the know-how of business, and are able to actively participate in society. To make this happen, our curriculum in the Department of Sport Business Administration offers the unique feature of combined business administration and physical education courses, with a background in basic economics. We aim to produce personnel with both the ability to plan and the ability to take action, through an ever more effective practical education that does not place disproportionate emphasis on theoretical education, but actively incorporates practical education based on experience in sport-related companies and organizations etc.
Degree awarded: Bachelor of Sport Business Administration
Department of Sport Business Administration: Course Highlights
1. A practical education through sport-related workplace experience.
We have constructed our curriculum with an emphasis on the practical, with guidance from instructors with long careers at the forefront of the sports business world, such as in the big clubs of the J-League. In order to foster personnel who are able to manage sports organizations and groups, and plan and prepare programs for sports events, we have designed our course with plenty of opportunities for experience-based training on-site at sports or event venues.
2. Support for qualifications essential for your career aspirations.
At community sporting events, people with the knowledge and practical abilities to safely provide guidance for sports and exercise are highly sought after. And, whatever the job you would like to pursue in the future, there’s always a qualification that would be advantageous. With our strong curriculum, our department supports students who aim to obtain qualifications they will use when they graduate and go out into the world.
|Name of Course|
|Introductory Courses||Introduction to Economy|
|Introduction to Business Management|
|Introduction of Sport Business|
|The 3rd class of bookkeeping Ⅰ|
|Basic Courses||Sporting Culture|
|Sports Industry Theory|
|Basics of Accounting|
|Basic Study of Economic Policy|
|Olympics and Peace|
|Sport Culture in Japan|
|The World`s Top Athletes from Japan|
|Major Sports in Japan|
|Advanced Courses||Name of Course|
|Courses on Economics/Business||Community Business Theory|
|Sports Finance Theory|
|Professional Sports Theory|
|Business in Professional Sports|
|Sports Organization Theory|
|Sport-related Courses||Sociology of sport|
|Sport and Community|
|Theory of Sports Coaching|
|Theory of Sports Training|
|Sports Nutrition Science|
|Administration of First Aid|
|Health Exercise Programs|
|Practical Seminars||Sports Instruction Seminar|
|Practice of Sports Training|
|Sport Physiology Experiments|
|Practice in Sports Trainer ship|
|Practice of Recreational Sports I (Game)|
|Recreation SportsⅢ(Snow Sports)|
|Sports Trainers Practice|
|Seminar in Regional Sports Contribution|
|Sports Business Seminar I|
|Sports Business Seminar II|
|Sport Management Practicum|
|Sport Business TourⅠ(Japan)|
|Sport Business Tour Ⅱ（International）|