Bachelor of Sports and Recreation Management with Honours

Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration Bachelor of Sports and Recreation Management with Honours  
PROGRAMME CODE
DIRECT APPLICATION: BSRMHJS
ENTRY
SENIOR YEAR ENTRY
STUDY DURATION
2-YEAR
MODE OF STUDY
FULL-TIME, FACE-TO-FACE
 

PROGRAMME CODE

 

ENTRY

STUDY DURATION

MODE OF STUDY


DIRECT APPLICATION: BSRMHJS


SENIOR YEAR ENTRY


2-YEAR


FULL-TIME, FACE-TO-FACE

 

PROGRAMME CODE

 

ENTRY

 

STUDY DURATION

 

MODE OF STUDY


DIRECT APPLICATION: BSRMHJS


SENIOR YEAR ENTRY


2-YEAR


FULL-TIME, FACE-TO-FACE

About The Programme

The programme aims to provide high-quality education and training focusing on the theoretical knowledge and practical skills in business applicable to the context of sports and recreation. By combining business and sports and recreation, and offering a comprehensive work-based learning project, the programme develops graduates into professionals who are able to integrate knowledge, skills, and experience acquired from the management and sports sciences and from the practical world, and apply these to organisations in the sports and recreation industry as well as other sectors and industries.

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)

  1. Integrate and apply various theories and concepts of management to identify issues, analyse situations, and develop solutions for complicated problems in organisational settings.
  2. Make informed judgements in view of the organisation’s business- and corporate-level strategies as well as ethical considerations.
  3. Make meaningful contributions as a leader and member in a team setting and communicate effectively.
  4. Command knowledge of the practices and activities of key aspects of athletic development and sports and recreation management.
  5. Integrate and apply advanced analytical skills to address issues and make decisions related to sports and recreation management.
  6. Assimilate and synthesise new knowledge in athletic development and sports and recreation management, apply it to solve problems related to operation in sports and recreation facilities, and develop practical recommendations.

Admission Requirements

 

Applicants of Senior Year Entry to the programme must satisfy the following entry requirement:

 

An Associate Degree/Higher Diploma (or its equivalent) in a business or a sports-related area from a tertiary institution recognized by the University;

 

OR

An Associate Degree/Higher Diploma (or its equivalent) in a non-business or a non-sports related area from a tertiary institution recognized by the University upon completion of a bridging programme offered by HKMU.

 

Applicants are required to fulfill the English language requirements of the University and may be required to attend an admission interview and/or written test.

 

Programme Structure and Contents^

Students pursuing this programme must successfully complete 80 credits of courses

1. For students who are holders of an Associate Degree or Higher Diploma in a Sport-related or recreation-related discipline (or its equivalent) from recognized institutions.

Sports/ Recreation

YEAR 3

Term
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
COMR B205F
Introduction to Business
10
SPM B336F*
Introduction to Athletic Development
10
SPM B337F*
Special Issues in Athletic Development
10
Spring
COMR B202F
Introduction to Management
10
SPM B336F*
Introduction to Athletic Development
10
SPM B337F*
Special Issues in Athletic Development
10

YEAR 4

Term
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
BUS B398F*
Work-based Learning Project
20
HPM B305F
Event Management
5
HPM B306F
Cultural Heritage Management
5
Spring
BUS B398F*
Work-based Learning Project
20
BUS B368F
Business Issues and Ethics
5
MGT B398F
Business Strategy
5

2. For students who are holders of an Associate Degree or Higher Diploma in a business-related discipline (or its equivalent) from recognized institutions.

Business

YEAR 3

Term
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
COMR B219F*
Conditioning Science into Practice
10
SPM B218F*
Sport Science into Practice
10
SPM B336F*
Introduction to Athletic Development
10
SPM B337F*
Special Issues in Athletic Development
10
Spring
COMR B219F*
Conditioning Science into Practice
10
SPM B218F*
Sport Science into Practice
10
SPM B336F*
Introduction to Athletic Development
10
SPM B337F*
Special Issues in Athletic Development
10

YEAR 4

Term
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
BUS B398F*
Work-based Learning Project
20
HPM B305F
Event Management
5
HPM B306F
Cultural Heritage Management
5
Spring
BUS B368F
Business Issues and Ethics
5
BUS B398F*
Work-based Learning Project
20
MGT B398F
Business Strategy
5

* Course carry-over from Autumn Term

^ Students may be required to complete a bridging programme which consists of selected foundation and/or middle level course(s) and/or a summer bridging course.

^ Students admitted via Year 3 entry in or after 2023/24 must complete the four University Core Values Modules, namely Core Value I (Integrity), Core Value II (Fairness), Core Value III (Perseverance), and Core Value IV (Innovation) for graduation.

In the era of globalization, business opportunities are inevitably increasing around the world. The School is committed to preparing students for the challenges in the international business environment. In view of this, a Global Immersion Programme will be held to provide students with opportunities to study and travel abroad, be exposed to the language of global business, engage with global issues and eventually become empowered global citizens. This programme is compulsory.

Undergraduate Global Immersion Programme

Being able to work effectively with foreigners and foreign organisations has become a very important contributor to career success in the internationalised economy. The Undergraduate Global Immersion Programme (UG-GIP) is designed to support B&A students in developing their potential in the internationalised environment. UG-GIP aims to instill in students a deeper understanding of a foreign culture and its society and environment, and expose students to a broader overview and understanding of international business.

For senior year entry students, UG-GIP comprises two non-credit bearing courses: BUS B083F (Year 3)*, and BUS B084F (Year 4). These courses are designed to enhance students’ intercultural awareness and communication skills and help students to develop a global mindset. Details can be found here.

*BUS B083F includes a study tour. Students are responsible for incidental expenses such as airfare and accommodation.

Career and Further Studies

Career Prospects

Graduates can seek employment in various for profit and not-for profit organisations as entry level professionals and managers.

Further Studies

Opportunities are available for the graduates of this programme to pursue postgraduate studies in Hong Kong and abroad. Students may continue to study for a Master of Business Administration or other master’s degrees in business-related areas.

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