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Sport Management

What Is Sport Management?

The study of Sport Management examines the impact of economic, social and legal influences on the administration and management of sport organizations.

Why Study Sport Management?

The study of Sport Management provides students an opportunity to learn the multiple dimensions involved in managing a sports organization. Students will explore the practical and effective characteristics of a professional sport manager and be exposed to the major settings in which sport managers work on a daily basis. Information about sport marketing, communications, finances and economics will be shared. Business principles and the relationship between the industry of sport and business will be introduced and established. Students also will be exposed to current challenges and future trends to illustrate how consumer behavior, sociological patterns, globalization and laws affect sport management and the sport industry.

Careers available for those interested in Sport Management include:

  • Athletic clothing designer
  • Camping administrator
  • Coach
  • Cruise recreation director
  • Event manager
  • Fitness programmer
  • Personal Trainer
  • Professional referee
  • Public health nutritionist
  • Sports agent
  • Sporting good marketing and sales
  • Sports illustrator
  • Strength and conditioning specialist
  • Teacher
  • Wellness coordinator
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1985 Sport Management Pathway

Associate of Science, Pathway – Sport Management

Areas A-E of the Core Curriculum (42 Credit Hours)
Area F: Courses Appropriate to the Pathway (18 Credit Hours)
Required Courses (18 Credit Hours):
  • KH 2400 Introduction to Sport Management (3 Credit Hours)
  • KH 2210 Sociology of Sports (3 Credit Hours)
  • KH 2022 Personal Health and Wellness (3 Credit Hours)
  • ACCT 2101 Principles of Accounting I (3 Credit Hours)
  • CIS 2010 Introduction to Information Systems (3 Credit Hours)
  • ECON 2106 Principles of Microeconomics (3 Credit Hours)


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