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Master of Science in Sport Management

As the world becomes more health conscious and spectator sports increase in popularity, the sport industry is in need of qualified leaders with the ability to apply knowledge and skills to the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of sport and recreation programs. Graduates of Drexel’s M.S. in Sport Management program are expected to serve as leaders in their chosen area of interest by incorporating the various perspectives from their multidisciplinary training and applying them to current issues in sport and society.

At the graduate level, a Master of Science in Sport Management degree is offered through a part-time two-year program. Our program is offered both on-campus and online in order to meet the needs of a diverse population, including the busy sport industry professional.

The program content provides an integrated educational experience directed toward developing the ability to apply knowledge and skills to the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of sport programs and offer solutions to practical problems in the sport management field.

The Four Foundations of Drexel Sport Management:

Drexel’s M.S. in Sport Management program incorporates four main points of emphasis – sport business, sport marketing, sport media, and sport law.  Covering a wide range of areas of study, this focus allows students to match their skills, abilities, and interests with a specific niche of the sport industry.

Each focus area is broad enough to incorporate a significant number of job opportunities but specific enough to allow students to concentrate on an area of expertise within the industry, giving students a distinct advantage by allowing them to gain the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful sport management practitioners.

M.S. in Sport Management


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Career Opportunities:

  • Intercollegiate and professional sport
  • Sport marketing and management agencies
  • Facility and event management
  • Sport law, communications, and public relations
  • International sport
  • Recreational sport
  • Athletic coaching
  • Non-profit sport organizations
  • Fitness and wellness industry
  • Sport broadcasting, radio, and television
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