Bachelor of Science in Sport Management
Opportunities await in the growing global sports marketplace estimated to be valued at $614 billion by 2022. (Businesswire/Berkshire Hathaway) Students learn and apply concepts and considerations related to the management of sport-related enterprises of varying size and complexity across a spectrum of sub-markets. Whether the career goal is to open a small yoga studio, coordinate municipal sports leagues, join a college athletics department staff, manage the front office of a professional sports team, or preside over an Olympic Games, the journey starts here.
What can you do with your bachelor’s degree in Sport Management?
These lists of career options and sub-specialties are not comprehensive but can give one an idea of the magnitude and diversity of the sport marketplace.
- Professional sports
- Intercollegiate sports
- Campus (college) recreation/fitness
- Amateur club “select” sports
- Intramural (college) sports
- Municipal recreational sports
- Sport governing bodies
- Corporate/private club fitness
- Programming & scheduling
- Marketing & public relations
- Personnel management
- Facilities management
- Governance (regulatory)
- Financial management
- Facilities design
- Operations (events) management
Coursework: Please see attached PDF for degree plan.
Further Study: Master of Science in Kinesiology (Sports Administration)
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