Undergraduate Academic Degrees

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Sport Management

The Bachelor of Science in Sport Management directly applies the principles of business to the sport industry through advanced academics and experiential learning. The program offers business foundations and a sports business core with coursework in sport leadership, facility and event management, sport law, economics of sports, ticket sales, media relations and digital media in sport. In addition, there are elective courses, which allow specializations paired with minors in legal studies, marketing, sport media production, entrepreneurship and more. Faculty and guest lecturers from leading organizations discuss key issues, allowing students to think critically to solve real-world business challenges.

Why Major in Sport Management?

The demands of the increasingly sophisticated multi-billion-dollar global sport industry call for professionals who have both strong academic credentials paired with strategic work experiences in sport organizations. The program is intended for students who plan to pursue careers with professional sports teams, collegiate athletic departments, sport media networks, sport marketing firms, and other sectors of the sport industry.

Elective credits allow students to explore specific areas of interest or pursue a minor in the areas that advance his or her goals.

The BS in Sport Management is not an AACSB accredited program.

Undergraduate Sport Management Degree Options

BS in Sport Management

Students studying sport management will receive a BS in Sport Management.

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BS / MBA Dual Degree (Bachelors Degree in Sport Management /Masters in Business Administration)

Drexel’s BS Sport Management/MBA accelerated degree program offers select candidates an opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management and an MBA degree, in just 5 years. The result is a powerful, nationally recognized credential from one of the country’s most established providers of higher education.

At the completion of their undergraduate degree, students begin MBA coursework in Drexel’s LeBow College of Business and acquire graduate level skills including strategic management, managerial finance, international business, entrepreneurship, leadership and ethics.

Students who are admitted into the MBA program are required to take 51 credits, which includes coursework in a focused concentration. Students are required to meet with their graduate advisor to determine a plan of study prior to beginning the MBA portion of their education. The MBA coursework begins during the summer quarter immediately after graduation.

Minor in Sport Management

The minor in sport management is designed to introduce students to the business aspects of the sports industry. Students will be exposed to a variety of perspectives for assessing the industry.

The minor is open to all undergraduate students across the University.

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