Online Masters in Sport Management
Join one of the fastest-growing fields in the country and earn your master’s degree in Sport Management from a program ranked among the top 50 online sports management degrees for 2020!
At Georgia Southern University, our Master of Science Degree in Sport Management will advance your career without disrupting your current lifestyle. This 36-credit online program can be completed in as little as 24 months, or as your schedule permits.
You’ll gain the academic preparation and practical experience in the skills and techniques required to be successful in the sport business and leisure fields. Coursework covers topics including sport administration, revenue generation, sport facility and event management, sport law and financial management.
Fast, Flexible, Affordable…100% Online Masters in Sport Management
Online convenience with 24/7 access, but with individualized guidance from professors with industry experience.
Ranked one of the Top 50 Online Sports Management Degrees for 2020.
Straightforward application process with rolling admission.
Accelerate your career with a master’s degree in Sport Management.
The Right Training for a Job in Sports Management
Students who graduate from Georgia Southern University with a Master of Science degree in Sport Management are prepared for success in various sectors of the sport industry, including:
- Collegiate athletic departments
- Professional teams
- Sport marketing, promotion and advertising
- Sports information, media and communications
- The Olympic Movement
- State and county sports commissions
- Athletic leagues and associations
Do You Have Questions? Contact Us!
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Sport Management Graduate Program
Associate Professor of Sport Management
Office: Statesboro Campus-Hollis Building 1101C
Fax: 912-478-0381 email@example.com
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Last updated: 1/6/2021