Bachelor of Science in Sport Management

The Albertus Magnus B.S. in Sport Management program is designed for students looking to enter the growing field of sport management. The program will provide students with combined theoretical and practical experiences that allow individuals the opportunity to foster an understanding of and appreciation for the sports industry. Students will become equipped with the professional expertise necessary to lead and promote sports organizations, manage and operate arenas and stadiums, and produce sporting as well as entertainment events.

Why Study Sport Management at Albertus?

Professors with both academic qualifications and real world experience

Accessible and supportive faculty and staff

Small class sizes

Diverse student body

Financial aid for full-time students

Where will this degree take me?

Students will acquire essential industry knowledge and a skillset in finance, management and law, marketing and media, and venue and event management.

Students will be better prepared for entrepreneurship opportunities in the sports industry.

Career opportunities in both professional and amateur sports

Career opportunities in the following areas:

Health/Fitness Club Management

Intercollegiate and Interscholastic Athletics


Sport Administration

Sport Entertainment

Sport Marketing

Sport Venue and Event Management

Sport Media

Youth Sports

Program Of Study - Sport Management Major - 120 credits

All students pursuing a major in Sport Management are required to take the following set of core courses as a foundation for requirements in their area of concentration culminating with the capstone course.

General Education and Electives 69 credits

Core Requirements: 24 credits

BE 135W Business Communications

BE 161 Financial Accounting

BE 202 Statistics for Business and Economics

BE 204 Principles of Macroeconomics

BE 205 Principles of Microeconomics

MG 131 Principles of Management

MG 231 Principles of Marketing

MG 391W Business Capstone

Sports Management Courses: 27 credits

CO 202 Sport Marketing & Promotion

CO 203 Sport Writing and Information

SO 225 Sociology of Sport

SM 140 Introduction to Sport Management

SM 301 Ethics in Sport Management

SM 302 Legal Aspects of Sport Management

SM 303 Sport Venue and Event Management

SM 304 Sport Finance

SM 381 Sport Management Internship

To learn more, please contact Kristen DeCarli at