Sports Management Degree at USF
With a foundation in core business classes coupled with plentiful internship opportunities, your Sports Management degree will prepare you to be more than a sports fan. Our unique approach to Sports Management will help you turn your love of sports into a career for a lifetime.
Reasons to earn your Sports Management degree at USF
When you study Sports Management on USF’s campus in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, you’ll find servant leaders and mentors among USF’s business faculty. Your USF professors will help you develop strong communication and leadership skills. In addition, you can build your business network among USF’s Christian community.
USF has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).
Earn your accredited degree in Sports Management at USF, and you will:
- Demonstrate mastery of the basic knowledge and competency in the major and in your chosen minor or concentration
- Demonstrate strategic/critical-thinking skills encompassing the ability to link data, knowledge and insight together from various disciplines
- Demonstrate your understanding of the relationship between ethics, organizational principles and personal faith
Sports Management Degree Options
Earn your degree in Sports Management at USF, and you’ll build your interest and talents in business, as well as strengthen your foundation of faith and ethics. USF offers several options for specializing your bachelor’s degree in Sports Management:
- Major in Sports Management with minor in Entrepreneurial Studies
- Major in Sports Management with concentration in Business
- Major in Sports Management with concentration in Coaching
- Major in Sports Management with concentration in Media Marketing
- Major in Sports Management with concentration in Sports Medicine
In addition to meeting the liberal arts core requirements, you must complete the Sports Management core requirements as well as complete the requirements for subsequent concentrations (above). All coursework in the Sports Management major, in the business concentration and in the Entrepreneurial Studies minor must be completed with a grade of C- or better.
Sports Management Stories
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Brad Van Kalsbeek
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Career options for Sports Management
You might be wondering what you can do with a Sports Management degree. Graduates from USF’s Vucurevich School of Business go on to a variety of careers, with annual average salaries ranging from $41,000 to more than $124,000 for those who go on to earn their MBA. Possible career paths include:
- Athletic administration
- Sports medicine
Additional Resources for Sports Management Students at USF
USF gives you opportunities beyond earning your bachelor’s degree in Sports Management.
Find a place to belong. Be part of the USF and Sioux Falls community through student organizations.Find Fellowship
Business Clubs and Organizations
Build Christian fellowship and your business network through USF’s Business Clubs – Coo Tycoons Investment Club, Phi Beta Lambda and National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi).Take Part
Facilities at the Vucurevich School of Business
The Vucurevich School of Business is housed in the Cleveland Professional Development Center, one of the most prominent buildings on USF’s campus in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.Learn More
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