May 17, 2021
The sports business industry is a complex business. The Rawlings Sport Business Management major on-ground is focused on developing industry valued skills through experiential learning inside and outside of the classroom. Students have the benefit of a strong general business foundation through our John E. Simon business core, combined with special knowledge and experience in the areas that are critical for success in sports business management. The program provides students with specific competencies in corporate sponsorship, sales, data analysis, marketing, operations management, event management, and promotions as they relate to the sports industry through numerous partnerships with sport business organizations. The program requires students to gain practical experience through program exclusive experiential learning (Volunteer Experience, Internships, Industry Research, etc…)
General Education Requirements
Skills for Literacy
- Five Humanities electives
General Education Required for Major
Business Core Requirement
Sport Business Management Major Requirements
Choose one elective:
Online Program Description
The Rawlings Sport Business Management major online program is focused on developing industry valued skills in the area of either Sport Data Analytics or “Gameface” Sales. These two areas have been developed in conjunction with industry professionals, so that our curriculum is current and practical. Students in this program are required to gain practical experience through internships and other practical experiences.
Sport Business Management Core Requirements
Data Analytics Track
Game Face Sales Track
Business Early Access Information
Many of our online undergraduate programs offer the ability for students to pursue Early Access credits that can be applied to certain graduate programs.
If you’re a qualified undergraduate student and you have not yet completed your elective requirements, we invite you to connect with an advisor and explore the possibility of utilizing our Early Access program. Click here for more information.
- 128 credit hours minimum (last 30 hours in residency)
- A minimum half the major credit hours in residency
- A minimum half the minor credit hours in residency
- 60 credit hours must be completed at a 4-year institution