The Bachelor of Science in Sport Management program at King University provides an opportunity for students to pair a passion for sport with challenging, engaging coursework and vocationally-oriented field experiences. The Sport Management major features an interdisciplinary curriculum. A strong core of general business and sport management-specific courses are complimented by related and relevant studies in psychology, ethics, law, communication, and social media.
Sports are a big business in the United States and the Sport Management major prepares students for entry-level positions within a variety of sport and recreation settings. Students learn to apply critical thinking and techniques to solve real problems related to amateur, collegiate, and professional sports organizations.
Why Sport Management at King?
We at King University understand the importance and impact quality education can have on a future career. Whether you are a sports enthusiast, lifelong athlete, business professional, or just a person who enjoys working with people, the Sport Management program at King University will provide you with the skills and experience to compete in the global sport market. Centered around a project-based learning education model, students will be involved in dynamic classroom experiences centered around active exploration and real world challenges and problems. Our program will also help directly connect students to local and regional sport professionals through field experiences and in-class guest speakers with our regional and national partners.
|Sport Related Technology
|High School Athletics
|Major and Minor League Professional Sports
|Fan Experience Director
|Social Media Director
Students in the Sport Management program are required to supply their own laptop computer (PC or Mac), with fully functional Microsoft Office 2016 or newer, wireless capability, and webcam. Microsoft Office 365 is available to all King students to load on the PC or Mac and is accessible at Office.com using their King University credentials. Tablets or other devices without fully functional Microsoft Office 2016 or newer do not satisfy this requirement.
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