Sports, Science, and Technology Spring Classes

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SST is offering multiple courses this spring, including a new public policy course.

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Sports, Science and Technology Courses, Spring 2017:

HTS 3075: Foundations of Sports Studies
Professor Matt Ventresca
TR 9:35 AM

HTS 3089: Science, Technology, and Sports
Professor Matt Ventresca
TR 1:35 PM

APPH 2500: Survey of Sports Science
Professor Millard-Stafford
TR 12:05 PM

INTA 3242: Soccer and Global Politics
Professor Kirk Bowman
TR 1:35 PM

(New Course) PUBP 4803: Sports Law and Public Policy
Professor Larry Keller
MW 12:05 PM
Description: Intercollegiate and professional sports play a substantial role in shaping the American social, cultural, political and economic environment. Sports Law and Public Policy will provide students with an in-depth understanding of how the legal system, and public policy decision makers, address sports-related issues that often have significance well beyond the sports world. Topics include, among others, the athlete and concussive injuries, student-athlete compensation, application of antitrust and labor laws to intercollegiate and professional, Title IX and gender related issues, intellectual property in sports including offensive trademarks and team mascots, NCAA governance and injuries to sports spectators.

For more information about any of these courses please contact Dr. Mary McDonald at mary.mcdonald@hsoc.gatech.edu

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