Sports business is big business

 The Department of Sport Management familiarizes students with all aspects of the sports industry and prepares them to be leaders of the future. Our goal is to create a stimulating and cooperative learning environment for analyzing issues pertaining to the business and culture of sports. As one of the few sport-based degree programs housed within a business school, we offer a comprehensive, business-focused curriculum that incorporates classroom learning with real-world, experiential learning.

Sport management students may enroll in the 4+1 M.B.A. Program during their senior year. This option enables students to graduate with two degrees in five years: a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management and an M.B.A. A minor in sport management is also available.

Why choose the Mount?

  • The Mount offers one of the few sport-based degree programs to be housed within a business division.
  • Expert faculty with sport business-related experience.
  • Over 96.3 percent of our graduates are either employed full-time or enrolled in graduate school.
  • Our 4+1 MBA program allows students to obtain a sports management degree and an MBA in only 5 years.

About the Program

  Featured Courses
  • Sport Marketing
  • Sport Law
  • New Media and Public Relations in Sport
  • Finance and Development in Sport
  • Sport Facility and Event Management
  • Current Issues in the Business of Sport
  • Sport Management Internship
  • International Sport Management
  • Contemporary Sport Leadership
  Course Requirements

Incoming students can click here to view course requirements for the Sport Management program.

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Scholarships, loans, grants? What’s the difference? How do I apply? By visiting our Scholarships, Grants, and Loans webpage, you’ll find out.

  Career Outcomes

Our graduates have a broad knowledge of sport management and can be effective managers across a wide range of sport organizations such as:

  • Intercollegiate athletics
  • Professional sport
  • Athletic associations
  • High school associations, recreational or intramural sport
  • Event management
  • Facility management
  • Event coordination
  • Marketing
  • Fitness and health
  • Sport product retail.

Additional Resources

  Faculty and Staff

Dan Yost
Chair, Department of Sport Management