Bachelor of Science in Sport Management

Be part of the team behind the scenes. A B.S. in Sport Management from Post University is the first step to an exciting, fast-paced career in the field that powers successful sport organizations around the country and worldwide. Our program blends sport management and business courses to help students develop the skills and experience they’ll need to succeed in this competitive industry. Upon graduation, you’ll be ready to pursue a career in management, administrative, marketing and customer engagement in sport and sport-related companies. 

In our B.S. Sport Management degree program, you’ll: 

  • Learn from faculty members with advanced degrees and extensive real-world experience 

  • Get a versatile education that can lead to a dynamic career path in many facets of the sports industry 

  • Earn a degree that gives you skills that translate to opportunities worldwide

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Sport Management degree program begin with a foundation course in sport management and build on that foundation in subsequent courses, gaining specific knowledge in the areas of societal sport, sport administration, sport events and facility management, sport marketing, sport law and sport economics.  All students are required to complete a capstone course, allowing them to gain valuable hands-on experience in the area of sport management.

Graduates may pursue careers in athletic administration, sport marketing, ticket sales, game-day operations and community relations.  

This degree program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

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