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Bachelor of Sport, Recreation and Event Management

Provides specific, industry-focused theoretical knowledge and practical skills for a career in the sport and recreation industries, including the growth area of event management within these sectors.

The course provides students with the essential knowledge, competencies and professional attributes required by middle and senior levels of management in sport and recreation.

The focus is on the application of key aspects of business communication and analysis, leadership, organisational management, marketing, economics and finance, legal aspects, research methods, business planning, and event operations management.

Students have the opportunity to further specialise and give their studies a stronger focus in various fields, such as marketing, sports science, human resource management, public relations, or tourism and hospitality management. Students also undertake a range of professional industry practice opportunities in the relevant industries.

Joondalup Campus Semester 1 - full & part-time Semester 2 - full & part-time
Mount Lawley Campus

Not available

South West (Bunbury) Campus

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Duration 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
70 Indicative ATAR
Course Code Y53
Entry requirements Prerequisites

This is the indicative ATAR for course entry in Semester 1 2017. Please contact our Student Recruitment team about study in 2016 (mid-year), as the required ATAR may vary.

Study in Perth

Study on one of our campuses if you have an international student visa.

Joondalup Campus Semester 1 - full-time Semester 2 - full-time
Mount Lawley Campus

Not available

South West (Bunbury) Campus

Not available

Study Online

This course is not available for online study for international students.

More course information

Course code Y53
Cricos Code 083403E
Duration 3 years full-time
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For more detailed unit information for this course take a look at our Handbook. To organise your life for next semester visit the Semester timetable.

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