Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences

Course descriptions

 

LYTA511 International Perspectives to Organisation and Management of Sport (2/4 ECTS credits), Mon 8 - Fri 12 Jan 2018 

Content: During the course sport management will be discussed from the perspective of various countries and regions. Emphasis will be put particularly on:

- Perspectives to organisation and management of sport in the European and Nordic countries 

- Organisation of sport in other countries, according to the backgrounds of the participating students

Learning outcomes: After completing the course, students should:

- recognize the role of sport at international, national and local levels

- be able to utilize the knowledge gained about the different ways to organize sport in different countries with reference to their home country

Modes of completion: For 2 ECTS credits: Active participation in lectures and group work and completing the lecture diary. For 4 ECTS credits: Above mentioned + written essay of 10-12 pages.

Grading: 0-5

 

LYTA509 Sport Marketing (2/4 ECTS credits), Mon 15 - Fri 19 Jan 2018

Content: This course will introduce students to the concepts and theory of sport marketing, marketing communications, sport sponsorship, event management and branding, which will be discussed and applied to specific cases, with a particular focus on the European perspective. Students will be encouraged to form opinions and gather information on related topics to deepen their knowledge in these areas.

Mode of study: Lectures 24 h, practical exercises, and a written assignment to be completed after the course. Learning will be facilitated through discussion, computer-based research, group work and presentations.

Modes of completion: For 2 ECTS credits: Active participation in lectures and group work and completing the lecture diary. For 4 ECTS credits: Above mentioned + written essay of 10-12 pages.

Grading: 0-5


LPE0596 Winter Sports (1 ECTS credit), Mon 8 - Fri 19 Jan 2018

Content: Students get acquainted with various winter sports such as cross-country skiing, skating and games on ice, kick-sledging, snow racket hiking etc. The course is held only part time and can be taken simultaneously with the other two courses

Mode of study: The course includes 20 hours of practical lessons and writing a short learning diary.

Modes of completion: Active participation in the practical lessons and writing the learning diary.

Grading: Pass - Fail