Sports Management (Arizona State University)
Sports management is an exciting career opportunity, and Arizona State’s Sports Management program allows students to learn valuable skills for the field. A Bachelor’s degree program typically takes 4 years to complete, with 120 hours of course work required.
Courses in the program help students to develop a balanced set of professional skills related to sports management. This includes education in athletic management, leadership and fitness. A sports management professional may find themselves working with people ranging from professional athletes to young children in a municipal recreational sports league, and classes are designed to prepare students for each scenario and those in between. The diverse set of classes helps students to build a well-rounded set of professional skills.
Students who graduate with a degree in Sports Management are well positioned to explore a variety of exciting options in the sports world. Management careers include working with sports teams, athletic facilities and within a school’s athletics department.
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