Sport Management

The academically rigorous Sport Management curriculum combines program-specific courses with professional electives and liberal arts requirements, providing students with the tools to pursue a career – or graduate study – in sport. Coursework covers areas including marketing, management, communications, societal influences and impacts, ethics, event management, and law.

The 124-credit bachelor of science (B.S.) program includes up to 15 elective credits, allowing students to pursue a concentration or minor tailoring their studies according to their professional interests.

For example, to enhance business skills, students can minor in accounting, finance, marketing or management studies. Or, they may sample Syracuse’s multitude of courses in communications, law, social sciences, and foreign languages, tailoring a program that meets their interests and needs.

In addition, the required 12-credit Sport Management Senior Capstone experience provides students with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the industry before they graduate.

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Crunching Major League Numbers – New Sport Analytics, B.S. Crunching Major League Numbers - New Sport Analytics, B.S.Jay Cox | Syracuse University Magazine | Summer 2016 | Vol 33 | No. 2 The 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) season is barely underway and Colby Conetta ’17, the president of the Syracuse University Baseball Statistics and Sabermetrics Club, stands in ... Read more

Sport Management student covers the Olympics with NBC Sport Management student covers the Olympics with NBCMillions of viewers watch as elite athletes like Michael Phelps, Simone Biles and Katie Ledecky shatter records at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. But what typical fans don’t notice is the marketing, communication and event management that happens ... Read more

Students go down under on Australian Odyssey Students go down under on Australian OdysseyFalk College Endowed Professor of Sport Management Rick Burton took 14 students to Australia from June 1-18 as part of a three-credit course titled SPM 300 – Australia: Sport, History and Culture. The course was also cross-listed as SOC 300 ... Read more

SPM students immerse themselves in New England sports culture SPM students immerse themselves in New England sports cultureSixteen students enrolled in SPM 300 spent May 16-23, 2016, in the Boston area touring sport-related facilities, venues and organizations. The New England Immersion course compares and contrasts business practices, marketing strategies, branding initiatives, social media outreach and the organizational ... Read more

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