The Department of Sport Management offers a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Sport Management, a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Sport Analytics, a Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) in Sport Analytics, a Master of Science (M.S.) in Sport Venue & Event Management as well as four minors: Sport Management minor, Sport Analytics minor, Sport Venue and Event Management minor; and Sport Revenue Management and Operations minor. Students learn from courses in areas including sport business, sales, sport psychology, research methods, sport economics, technology in sport, data analysis, management, finance, marketing, law, promotion, communications, event planning and facility management. The Department of Sport Management accepts applications for students interested in an Intra-University Transfer.
Sport Management B.S.
In Sport Management, you’ll explore all aspects of the sport industry. Today more than ever, sport is woven into the social, cultural, and economic fabric of society. Sport is business. Sport is entertainment. Sport has endless educational and career opportunities awaiting those who have passion for the industry. If the world of sports is where your passions lie, Falk College’s Department of Sport Management is for you.
Sport Analytics B.S.
In Sport Analytics, you’ll take a deep dive in analyzing data in sport, while incorporating studies in arts and sciences with professional electives and liberal arts requirements. This will provide students with the math, computer, business, and communication skills to pursue careers in the sport industry.
Sport Venue and Event Management M.S.
Hundreds of broad-based sport management master’s degree programs exist that provide students with an overview of content across a number of topic areas. The problem with such a model is that students in these graduate programs may not get the focused specialization in any one area they need to successfully launch their sport industry careers. Syracuse University’s Master of Science degree in Sport Venue and Event Management (SVEM) was designed uniquely to provide students with a specific knowledge and skill base in managing and operating sport and entertainment facilities and events. If you have a career interest in this area, here is why the SVEM program may be the perfect platform to launch your career in sports venues and events.
Sport Analytics M.S. – Online
The Sport Analytics M.S. online degree program gives you an advanced skillset in visualization, coding, and statistical modeling to excel in the growing field of data analytics in sport.
Sport Analytics CAS – Online
Interested in sport analytics but didn’t take classes in this field as an undergraduate? The CAS in sport analytics is the perfect fit for current professionals looking to add player and sport business analytics to their resume. Whether your degree is in sport management, business, economics, statistics, or something else, this program can advance your sport analytics career path from anywhere in the world.
Sport Management Minor
The 18-credit minor in Sport Management is designed for students who are interested in pursuing a career path in the sport industry along with their chosen major. Students selecting this minor in sport management should have an interest in learning about the business, communications, marketing, event planning, economic, global, and legal aspects of the sport industry. Dr. Jeffrey Pauline serves as the minor coordinator and can answer questions relating to the minor. Email Dr. Pauline at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 315-443-2630. Learn how to declare this minor.
Sport Analytics Minor
The 18-credit minor provides students with the tools to pursue careers in sport analytics. With growing numbers of sport organizations embracing data analytics’ role in understanding and prioritizing information to maintain a competitive advantage, there is increasing demand for sport analytics professionals to guide data-driven decision making. Learn how to declare this minor.
Sport Event Management Minor
The 18-credit minor provides students with the tools to pursue careers in sport venue and event management. Understanding that the sports industry seeks employees with a specialized skill set, this minor is designed to provide a set of courses focused on the management and operations of facilities and events in the realm of sports and entertainment. Students will study stadium/arena management, events production and programming, and venue food, beverage, and hospitality. Learn how to declare this minor.
Emerging Sport Enterprise Minor
The minor in Emerging Sport Enterprises (ESE) is an 18-credit minor designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to be successful in an increasingly entrepreneurial and evolving sport industry. Students will have the opportunity to customize the minor with classes focusing on their areas of interest such as entrepreneurship in sport, Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) management, revenue generating functions such as sport sponsorship and ticket sales, digital and social media marketing in sport, esports management, and additional areas of interest to be developed as the industry continues to evolve. Learn how to declare this minor.