Post University

Bachelor of Science in Sport Management - Sport Psychology (Online)

You live for the rush of competitive sport. You strive to be the best, both on and off the field. Now turn that passion into a career with a sport management degree from Post University. Our graduates have been recruited for sports management jobs in athletic administration, sports marketing, ticket sales, game-day operations and community relations for a variety of professional sports organizations, amateur sports organizations and collegiate athletic conferences. There’s a team looking for someone like you.

Program Highlights

Like any sport, you will begin your studies with the foundations, and then build your knowledge in specific areas, such as societal sport, sport administration, sport events and facility management, sport marketing, sport law, and sport economics. In each course, an emphasis is placed on:

  • Adaption to change in sport management
  • Integration of business concepts into sport management
  • Global perspectives in sport management
  • Business Ethics
  • Communication

Before graduating, you will complete a capstone course and internship to gain valuable hands-on experience in sports management. Depending on your career aspirations, you may find opportunities with professional sports teams, collegiate and high school athletic departments, YMCAs, and Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

We take great pride in the capability of our faculty — who are highly academically qualified and extensively experienced in the industry — and our career-focused curriculum to prepare you for the next level. Unlike most sport management colleges, our sports management program is housed in our School of Business to provide you with the skills you need to succeed in the real world.

At Post University, our goal is to get you from the starting gate to the finish line, and we will support you every step of the way. Whether you attend classes at our Connecticut campus or online, you will receive unmatched personal attention throughout your educational journey.

Don’t miss your shot. Contact us to enroll in our on-campus or online sports management degree program today.

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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