MEd in Sport Management
Admission to the master’s degree program in sport management is considered for students who have completed an earned undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution with a grade point average of 2.750 (4.000 system), in their last 60 credit hours. Candidate evaluations are based on one of two options:
- GPA of at least 2.750 (4.000 system) in their last 60 credit hours and faculty evaluation based on letter of application, resume and three reference reports; or
- GPA of at least 2.750 (4.000 system) in their last 60 credit hours, cumulative score for the verbal and quantitative sections of the Graduate Record Exam, and faculty evaluation based on letter of application, resume and three reference reports.
The program limits admissions to 30 students per year with a minimum score of 70 (out of 100 possible) based on the above admission criteria options. For more information, please contact the Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Mike Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MEd program in sport management program requires 30 credit hours — 24 credit hours of coursework and a 6-credit hour internship. In addition, the program requires that all students pass a final written examination covering all required coursework during their final semester prior to graduation.
|SMGT 799||Mentoring and Networking in Sport||1|
|SMGT 800||Analytics and Decision Making In Sport||3|
|SMGT 801||Management In Sport||3|
|SMGT 803||Sport Marketing||3|
|SMGT 809||Sport Management Technology||2|
|SMGT 810||Sport Leadership and Socialization||3|
|SMGT 812||Ethical and Legal Issues in Sport||3|
|SMGT 822||Communication in Sport||3|
|Select 3 credit hours from the following or consider other options in consultation with assigned advisor:||3|
|Selling in the Sport Industry|
|Sport Tournament and Event Management|
|Sport Facility Management|
|Business Analytics in Sport|
|Sport Governance & Policy|
|Study Abroad in Global Sport Industry|
|Psychology of Sport|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
Students in the sport management (MEd) program are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the program. The requirement can be met by completing SMGT 847.