Human Movement & Sport Sciences : Sport Management
This course takes into account contemporary developments in sports management and focuses on the ability of public, associative and private stakeholders to adapt and innovate, particularly in the following areas: - Events in the broadest sense of the term, by approaching them from all their aspects: political, social, organisational, economic, managerial, marketing, legal and sporting
- The design and management of sports venues and equipment
- Leadership and development strategies in the regions
- The development of sports practices.
In this respect, the courses (the M1 and 3 M2) offer students the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to intervene in the formulation of policies and strategies, the management, development and organisation of sports (or sport-related) events and projects. Students will acquire the following skills in particular:
- Analysis (assessment, diagnosis, audit, etc.)
- Advice (drafting recommendations, etc.)
- Management (strategy, management, monitoring, project evaluation, etc.).
- This training also seeks to respond to the profound changes in the challenge posed by sports policies.
Transfers from the common core curriculum to the two study paths are carried out in the second semester, through the choice of the sets of teaching units mentioned in answer to question 13.2. There are no transfer paths between the three study paths, but exceptions may be made for students who, having chosen one of the routes at the beginning of the second semester, wish to apply to an M2 of another route (determined on a case-by-case basis and on interview).
Acquire and implement multidisciplinary knowledge relating to the sports sector and its development
Design, plan and coordinate strategies and policies relating to sports organisations
Master management tools adapted to the sports sector
Adapt activities to professional environments
Know how to be part of a team, create and maintain professional relationships