Sport Management

Sport Management students working at Pro Bowl 2020
Sport Management students working at Pro Bowl 2020
Sport Management students working at Pro Bowl 2020
Sport Management students visit ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex after working at Pro Bowl 2020
Sport Management students visit ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex after working at Pro Bowl 2020
Man in suit holding a basketball in front of a crowd

About the Major

Sport Management is a contemporary health- and fitness-related program that provides fundamental knowledge and skills applicable to work in organizations across the sports industry. The major takes an interdisciplinary approach, combining core discipline classes with coursework in accounting, business, marketing, management, communications, ethics and psychology. As a result, students graduate prepared for careers that demand proficiency in many complementary skills.

Through a curriculum that is as much hands-on learning as it is academic theory, you'll gain the skills and experience in demand within seven main industries:

  1. Professional sports
  2. Event and facility management
  3. Sporting goods and products licensing
  4. Collegiate or high school athletic administration
  5. Community and municipal organizations, such as a city parks/recreation department, YMCA, and Boys Clubs/Girls Clubs.
  6. Sports communication
  7. Private or membership-based sport clubs, such as golf courses, aquatics facilities and ski resorts

According to national and regional data, graduates will enter expanding fields. The New York State Department of Labor predicts 10.8% growth in the occupations associated with our Sport Management degree. Our program also prepares students for advanced work in sport management graduate programs across the country.

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Profiles

Mack Culpepper
Faculty and Staff
During his 45 years as a coach – primarily for varsity girls’ basketball at Franklin and Schenevus central schools and AAU girls' teams at the Oneonta Boys and Girls Club – Culpepper has made a lasting impact on hundreds of local athletes, teaching not just basketball but also life lessons on perseverance, sportsmanship and fairness.

Contact Us

Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences
200 Chase Physical Ed. Bldg.

607-436-3595

sport-exercisesciences@oneonta.edu

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