Wichita State's sport management degree provides students with a quality curriculum including courses such as sport marketing, sport law, sport governance, and sport facility management. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in Sport Management degree complete and extensive internship requirement. Graduates of this program work in a variety of sport settings including intercollegiate athletics, major league and minor league professional sports, fitness, recreation, and specialized sport business.
WSU's Bachelor of Arts in Sport Management has received specialized accreditation from the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA) located in Reston, Virginia.
Most students complete the undergraduate degree in four or five years. While in the program, students complete an extensive internship requirement working in one of a variety of sport settings including intercollegiate sports, minor and major league professional sports, park and recreation departments, and in the health club/fitness industry.
The program requires students to take in-person courses, although there are online and evening courses available each semester.
The bachelor's degree in sport management requires 121 total hours of coursework, including 55 hours of courses in the major. The major courses include:
The minor in sport management consists of a minimum of 18 hours of sport management courses.
Optional Courses (choose any five of the following)
At least 12 credit hours must be taken at WSU. A minimum GPA of 2.500 in the minor courses is required.
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