Our Sports Management degree program provide students with a strong foundation in management, finance, accounting, marketing, communications, ethics and legal aspects of business. Specific courses in Sports Management and Marketing provide students with an understanding of the role of sports in society and the role of management in sports, as well as opportunities to apply their knowledge in sports-related organizations.
New York-based networking opportunities
Flexible schedules: on campus, online, or a combination of both
Foundational courses in accounting, management, and marketing, plus professional writing and presentation skills combine to get you prepared for entry-level jobs in the world of sports management.
Get an overall view of the business of sports, including major and minor league sports, sporting goods companies, and independent sports marketing and management sectors.
An internship might take you to a local club for youth, a school, a production company, or a major sporting venue. Regardless of where you do your internship, you’ll gain the hands-on experience you need to hit the ground running once you graduate.
Madison Square Garden
Mosholu Montefiore Community Center
First Steps to Urban Outreach
Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon
Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle
Walt Disney World
JB Cruise & Tours, Inc.
Clubs and Organizations
Your education is not just about academics! Networking and learning from others in your field can be a huge boost to your career. Some organizations that can help get you where you want to go:
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
Association for Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)
Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business
The Sports Management Club
The Marketing Club
The Club for Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO)
Your Future Career in Sports Management
There is a world of opportunity waiting for you in the sports field. Possibilities include: