A bachelor’s degree in sports management provides students with leadership, business, operations, and analytical training — set within a sports industry context. Students develop traditional management skills and learn to apply them to professional and amateur sports settings.
The career outlook in sports management is expected to be positive in the coming years. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects the addition of over 1 million combined sports, entertainment and management occupations between 2020 and 2030. Workers in both sectors also received higher median annual wages, as compared to all occupations.
SPORT MANAGEMENT CAREERS