The sound of a whistle blowing brings you right back to the game you love. The smell of hot dogs floods your brain with memories of going to games with family.
Now, you want to be a part of creating those opportunities for others by making a career out of your passion for sports. Like any other industry, sports is a business and need to be managed and run like one. The study of Sports Management allows you to combine your passion for sports and athletics with the operational and management experience needed to help them thrive.
Here's what makes the Sports Management program at the Mount unique:
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15 credits in Sports Management
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After learning the foundations of Business in freshman and sophomore year, you’ll be ready to begin your Sports Management courses in junior year. These courses will add to what you’ve already learned and teach you how to apply these skills to the sports industry.
Your learning won't just take place in the classroom, however: You'll also go on behind-the-scenes tours of the operations of Yankee Stadium, the Hudson Valley Renegades, and Citi Field and attend networking events with those in the sports management industry.
Finally, you’ll round out your Sports Management studies with a required internship. Don’t worry: the Mount’s Career Center is ready to help you find the best fit!
Your Sports Management internship will be one of the highlights of your academic experience. Past Sports Management students have interned at organizations such as the Hudson Valley Renegades, NY Islanders, Army West Point, All Sport Health & Fitness, NY Lizards, and Steiner Sports to further grow their skills.
All of this will lead you to your dream job, preparing you for a variety of management positions within sports and athletics. Graduates of the 5-year BS/MBA program are additionally qualified for leadership positions in these organizations.
Here's how some of our Sports Management alumni are using their degrees: