Sport Management is a business management-focused curriculum. Graduating students receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management. Sport Management has 30 hours of free electives that allow students opportunities to pursue minors in areas such as business management, journalism, accounting, sport science, coaching education, nonprofit studies, psychology and sociology. A concentration is available in Professional Golf Management.
Students learn from faculty who are experts in various areas of sport management and are committed to quality teaching, research, and service. Hands-on experience through a three-month internship experience opens career doors and provides opportunities for domestic and international travel and study.
- Socio-cultural understanding
- Ethical responsibility
- Management and leadership skills
- Economic development
Sport Management Student Profile
- Business Savvy
- Passionate about sports
- Enjoys working with people
- Proven problem solver
- Likes to organize events and activities
- Demonstrates good time management skills
- Interested in sales and marketing
- Displays ability to multi-task
- Desires a non-traditional work schedule
- Committed to ethical and legal practices
Sport Management website has more information about the major, careers and student profiles.
Watch this video about the Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management; Sport Management is part of this department.
Introduction to Sport Management, Sport Law Services, Facilities and Event Marketing, Sport Management, Managerial Accounting, Introduction to Business Processes
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