Program of business & golf academy
Students who have earned their high school qualification are eligible to apply for this program which results in a 3-year Bachelor in Sports Management from the American Business School of Paris.
THE BUSINESS & GOLF ACADEMY CURRICULUM
The American Business School of Paris curriculum is 120 American credits (240 ECTS) and takes place in 3 years after the baccalaureate or international equivalent.
The courses that make up the core curriculum of the Bachelor in Sports Management allow students to obtain all the knowledge necessary for the development and administration of a business.
The objective is to allow students to benefit from a customized timetable so that they can continue to train and improve their athletic performance while also developing the skills and expertise necessary in international business.
Example of a typical day :
- 7h30 - 8h00 : Warmup
- 8h00 - 9h00 : Shower & Breakfast
- 9h00 - 12h00 : ABS Paris
- 12h00 - 13h00 : Lunch
- 13h00 - 17h00 : Altus Golf Performance Program
- 17h00 - 18h00 : Streigth/Conditioning and TPI Work
- 18h00 - 19h30 : Rest period
- 19h30 - 20h30 : Diner
- 20h30 - 21h30 : Homework/Study period
- 22h00 : Sleep
EXAMPLES OF COURSE THEMES
- Business Administration
From the 3rd year onwards, students specialize in International Trade.
To obtain the Bachelor in Sports Management you must complete 120 credits, i.e. 40 courses.
- 9 core courses: 27 credits
- 20 core courses in business, management and administration: 60 credits
- 8 specialization courses: 24 credits
- 3 optional courses: 9 credits
NEW MINOR SPECIALTY
You will also have the opportunity to choose a new minor specialization that is added to the 120 credits and is related to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. It is called "Olympic Games and Cross-Cultural Management" and is constituted as follows
- 4 courses over 4 semesters = 12 credits
- Fall: Sports Branding and the Olympic Games
- Spring: Law and Ethics in the Olympic Games
- Fall: The Economic Impact of the Olympic Games
- Spring: Logistics and Management of the Olympic Games