BSM 4201: Sport Financing

Description

Analysis of the unique qualities that makes sport financing different from other types of financial management. Explains the financial history and record of a publicly traded corporation and analyzes balance sheets, income statements, pro forma budgets, and numerous other financial statements and records.

Objectives

  1. Explain the financial history and record of a publicly traded corporation.
  2. Analyze balance sheets, income statements, pro forma budgets, and numerous other financial statements and records.
  3. Calculate and apply various industry ratios and internal ratios such as PE or IRR.
  4. Describe the unique qualities that make sport financing different from other types of financial management.
  5. Describe how a government entity can finance building a sport stadium, convention center, or other publicly funded facilities.
  6. Explain why some people/investors utilize private funds or COI to build facilities
  7. Interpret the principles of inventory management and manufacturing costing models.
  8. Correlate the fundamentals of capital acquisition and what technical steps are required to issue stocks, bonds, or commercial paper.
  9. Differentiate the fundamentals of tax systems.
  10. Characterize the day-to-day skills needed to manage a sport business or facility.

PreRequisites

None

Textbook(s)

Sport finance (Rev: 3rd ed.)

Publisher: Human Kinetics (2013)
Author: Fried, G., DeSchriver, T. D., & Mondello, M.
ISBN: 978-1-4504-2104-1
Price: $91.52

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