Facility Management for Physical Activity and Sport, 2nd ed. - Print

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978-1-57167-755-6
Edition
2nd
     
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Pages: 353

Dimensions: 10 × 7 × 1 in

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Facility Management for Physical Activity and Sport is a comprehensive compilation of concepts and practical subject matter published for sport management students and future facility managers as well as practitioners. Topics explored include fundamentals of management, communication and media relations, financial and marketing fundamentals, and facility design, event management, and facility operations and maintenance.

The editors have taught at the higher education level. They have also served professional organizations such as the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance and the Indiana Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. The contributing authors have also taught in higher education and have professional experiences such as sports information director, high school and college athletic director, and general manager of a sports organization.

This book intends to serves the increasing number of students with a wide variety of backgrounds who are selecting sport management as a course of study both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Further, this book has been written for the upper-division or graduate-level course. Students using this text will have a fundamental understanding of financial accounting, managerial accounting, finance, marketing, management, and management information systems. This book will also be a valuable resource for practitioners.