Course: Ethics in Sport Management (SM-301-1) 

This course examines major ethical theories and their relation to the development of personal and professional ethics in sport and recreational management. The course is designed to develop a theoretical framework that will lead to a moral course of action and personal philosophy needed to meet the challenges and issues of modern athletics. The application of ethical decision making and problem solving in sport and recreation will be explored. An integrative study of current industry and ethical issues facing sport leaders. P: MG 131. This course is generally offered every other year. 3 credits

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Raynor

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T TH 8:30 AM 9:45 AM

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