Academic Program

Graduate School of Sport and Leisure Studies

Program Outline

Students gain skills required in the fields of video, media, information, and advertising to allow them to take advantage of today's information revolution. They will also develop their emotional capabilities, logical thinking, and information processing abilities in order to become effective media professionals.

Educational Objectives

The program provides students with in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of the sport media, thereby preparing them to become competent sport media professionals who are becoming more and more needed in this digital age.

Curriculum

Course on Basics of Media

Courses on Basics of Media
Courses on Basics of Media
Curriculum Code Subject Credits
45024 Communication Theory 2
45025 Communication Effects 2

Classes on Sports Media

Classes on Sports Media
Classes on Sports Media
Curriculum Code Subject Credits
45002 New Media and Sport 2
45026 Sport Communication Effects 2
45027 Sport Marketing 2
45028 Public Relations in Sport 2
45029 Mass Culture and Sport 2

Courses on Sport Journalism

Courses on Sport Journalism
Courses on Sport Journalism
Curriculum Code Subject Credits
45006 Sport Advertising 2
45030 Sport Journalism 2
45031 Sport Broadcasting 2
45032 Sport Newspaper 2
45033 Sport Magazines 2
45034 Sport Electronic Publishing 2
45035 Sport Sponsorship 2
45036 Sport Imaging 2

Course on Sport Media Effects/Practices

Classes on Sports Media Effects/Practices
Classes on Sports Media Effects/Practices
Curriculum Code Subject Credits
45008

Sport Broadcast Programming and Producing

2
45009 Sport News Photo 2
45014 Sport News Reporting and Editing 2
45037 Effects of the Sport Media 2
45038 Sport Commentatoring 2

Courses on Sport Communication

Courses on Sport Communication
Courses on Sport Communication
Curriculum Code Subject Credits
45039 Research Methods in Sport Communication 2
45040 Statistics in Sport Communication 2
45041 Research Methodology in Sport Communication 2