Students in this cognate area will be able to perform as fitness, nutrition or sports consultants in private and public organizations; may provide assistance with special needs or institutionalized populations; serve as recreation therapists, vocational or school counselors, lobbyists, representatives of social groups; or find employment in a number of related fields.
Students will have experience in research and will be prepared to pursue advanced studies in human performance, kinesiology or the allied health professions.
The following table summarizes all requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Sports Studies with a concentration in Social Foundations of Sport. For an overview of a particular course, click on its title.
Our Course Descriptions page lists all relevant courses. For one possible breakdown of the major by semester, see the Plan of Study.