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Sport Management

Major in Sport Management at Erskine College!

The Sport Management degree program prepares you to be a leader in the business world of sports and entertainment. You will learn the managerial and fiscal skills necessary for a career in sports marketing, facility management, team operations, or other sport-related positions. This range of knowledge will prepare you to enter the work force, pursue a graduate degree, or achieve your entrepreneurial goals.

Graduates from our program have succeeded in a variety of careers. Our graduates include:

  • Wellness directors for major corporations
  • YMCA fitness directors
  • Sports directors for recreation centers
  • Intramural directors for major universities
  • Strength and conditioning coaches

Degree Details: Sport Management

The program includes 48 semester hours of general business and sport management courses. Business courses include:

  • Principles of Economics
  • Principles of Accounting
  • Business Law
  • Human Resource Management
  • Principles of Management

Sport-related courses include:

  • Sport Ethics
  • Economics of Sport
  • Sport Psychology
  • Organization and Administration of Sport, Physical Education and Recreation
  • Event and Facility Management

Ultimately, you will learn about the fundamentals of business and the unique nature of sport and entertainment. This program, coupled with field experience and internships, will equip graduates to succeed in this popular and expanding field.

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