Bachelor of Science in Sport Management
Score a Great Career with a Degree in Sport Management
If you love sports, the Sport Management program at Rosemont College can keep you in the game for your career. Whether your interests lie in coaching and competition, event or stadium management, policy and administration, or game operations, you will learn to apply business management principles to this dynamic field. Our strong foundation in traditional business, sports-specific business, and liberal arts will teach you how to lead and distinguish yourself in the industry.
As a Sport Management major, you’ll develop an in-depth knowledge of how to plan, organize, and evaluate operations within any sports organization. You’ll follow industry trends like cause marketing in sports, and of course you’ll develop the skills to confidently lead within the sports industry, and tackle key topics such as marketing, the law, and governance.
Level up your sports industry career with a MS in Sport Business from Neumann University. Business students who meet the specified admissions requirements are guaranteed spots in their master’s programs. Or earn your MBA here at Rosemont with just one additional year of study.
Why Study Sport Management at Rosemont?
In addition to your core business classes, as a Rosemont student you’ll also get a strong foundation in ethical decision-making and collaborative leadership that will set you apart and prepare you to make a positive impact in any career. Rosemont prepares all its students to build a career based on sound leadership combined with strong skills in your field of study.
Rosemont believes combining hands-on experience with coursework in your field will deepen your understanding of the content and best prepare you for the job market. All business students have the ability to pursue an internship or study abroad program. You will also take the Senior Seminar course senior year, which is another opportunity to apply what you’ve learned to a hands-on project.
Outside the classroom, Rosemont’s location in suburban Philadelphia is a fantastic resource for hands-on learning and professional development. With easy access to a professional sports teams including football, baseball, hockey, basketball, and soccer, opportunities for jobs and internships abound.
Management majors are required to take core classes in the major in addition to a set of core business courses and general education requirements.
- BUS 0205: Organizational Theory of Management
- BUS 0422: Sport Governance
- BUS 0347: Sport Leadership and Coaching
- BUS 0305: Introduction to Finance
- BUS 0367: Sport Marketing
Look Forward to a Successful Future
Successful graduates of the Sport Management program go on to work for sports teams and governing bodies (from youth to professional-level organizations), in sales and marketing, for sporting goods manufacturers, and in event and facility management. Jobs for graduates with a BS in Sport Management include:
- Game operations
- Facility operations manager
- Sports administration
- Social media manager
- Compliance officer
- Public relations and communications manager
- Guest relations manager
- Sports agent
- Sales and marketing professional
- Player development
- Sports lawyer
- Marketing manager
- Sports product manager
- Promotions manager