|1.||Articulate their economic and financial literacy by explaining and integrating key terms and operating principles;|
|2.||Interpret financial statements through the use of ratio analysis and use the findings to assess the past performance of sport enterprises to improve future outcomes and overall sustainability;|
|3.||Critically assess the impact and legacies of sport events, sporting competitions, and active recreation programs on host communities, taking into account economic, social, environmental, and health/well-being outcomes; and,|
|4.||Interpret the role of data analytics as a tool for improving the financial performance of sport enterprises.|
|ICT (Wiki, Web sites)||Discussion board contributions (6 x 5%) (first due in session 3)||30%|
|Report||Financial analysis report||30%|
|Presentation||Economic, Cost-Benefit, and SROI analysis (poster/infographic 25%; presentation 15%)||40%|
Financial Management in the Sport Industry.
Brown, M. T., Rascher, D. A., Nagel, M. S., & McEvoy, C. D. (2021).
Milton: Taylor & Francis Group.
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