Curruculum & Courses
The sports media major prepares students for communication careers in a variety of sports-related fields, including sports writing, sports broadcasting, public relations, marketing and communications, and sports information.
Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in Sports Media
The following table summarizes all requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in sports media. For an overview of a particular course, click on its title. For one possible breakdown of the major by semester, see the Plan of Study below.
* The foreign language must be at the 202 level and may be modern or classical (Latin). Students not prepared to begin at this level will need to take additional courses in language, which will count as general electives.INTERNSHIP:
** Credits include all other courses that cannot be recorded elsewhere, including modern-language courses below the level of 202.
Students must complete internship requirements totaling 400 hours, either on campus or off campus, under the guidance of the Jandoli School internship coordinator, Transfer students complete 100 hours for each year they are on campus.
Students must take a minimum of 72 hours outside of JMC or SC coursework per ACEJMC guidelines.
Plan of Study for a Bachelor of Arts in Sports Media
The following is a suggested four-year plan of plan of study for a sports media major. Students should consult with their academic adviser in developing their own plan.
To see the title of a course in the plan of study below, simply pass the cursor over the course's number. To see the description for a course, click on its number.
* The Jandoli School of Communication requires all majors to complete a foreign language course at the 202 level or higher. Students not prepared to begin at this level will need to take additional courses in the language, which count as general electives.