Sport Management (BA)

Kin Management

***Enrolment in this module is being phased out. Students who enrolled in September 2021 will be the last group of students who may be considered for this module.***

Be a leader. Unlock the transformative power of physical activity and sport.

The Sport Management program incorporates business, law, organizational psychology, sociology and recreation to develop a broad understanding of physical activity and sport in a variety of contexts, including marketing, communication, tourism, sport for development and event management.

Learn more about career options and what makes Western's Sport Management program an international leader in teaching and research.

NOTE: This his a limited enrolment program with only 30 students admitted each year.

Progression from Year 1 to Year 2
This is a limited enrolment module (30 spaces) and progression standards may fluctuate from year to year.

  • To progress in this module, students require:
    • A minimum 70% cumulative average in first year
    • No grade less than 60%
    • A minimum 70% modular average (Kin 1070A, Kin 1080B, Physiology 1021 and Business 1220E)
      • Students who select the Sport Management module during Intent to Register, but who are not eligible, will automatically be considered for the Honors BA module (see above) and can attempt to transfer into the Sport Management module the following year
  • Students with a reduced course load will be considered
  • Students must have completed the Introduction to Business (1220E) prerequisite to be considered for the Sport Management module
  • Students who are missing some or all of Kin 1070/1080 and Phys 1021 are eligible to apply

Graduation minimum average requirements
Students must maintain a 70% average on their senior kinesiology courses with no grade less than 60%. Additionally, students must maintain a cumulative average of 65% with no failed courses.

The Program Planning Guide and Academic Calendar link below are intended to assist students with program planning. Students are responsible for ensuring their course selection meets their module and degree requirements.