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Sport management program at Mount St. Mary's University

Sport management

Sport management

While athletes may be the focus of the game, they aren’t the only ones who keep the world of sports going. Whether it’s before kickoff, between the whistles or after the final buzzer, countless individuals are working to organize and manage events, strike endorsement deals and help promote the significant contributions organizations and athletes have made to their communities. With all of this and more, the number of career opportunities that are available with a degree in sport management only continues to grow.

Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business

The undergraduate degree program in sport management is part of the Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business. The Bolte School has an impeccable reputation for producing successful business leaders, and the entire faculty shares a commitment to ensuring that you receive the knowledge, experience and insight to leave the Mount as a responsible, methodologically sound and ethical business professional.

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  • Undergraduate Major
  • Undergraduate Minor
  • Certificate
  • Graduate Program
  • Adult Undergraduate
  • Special Program

About the major.

Just because your playing days may end after high school or college doesn’t mean you can’t make a significant impact in sport.

In the Mount’s sport management program, you’ll learn about organizational structures in sports, the economic impact of professional and intercollegiate sports in the U.S., and the diverse and expanding field of recreational sports. Major courses will also cover promotions, market research, sponsorship and fundraising in the industry. You’ll study sport marketing and communications, sport law and ethics in sport management, along with fundamental courses in management, finance, accounting and operations.

The sport management program provides internship and experiential learning opportunities – in fact, 100 percent of students participate in internships and have direct interaction with sports industry professionals both in and out of the classroom. The Mount’s location in the mid-Atlantic also offers opportunities for careers with professional, collegiate and other sport franchises after graduation.

You’ll also be able to develop relationships with our Division I athletics department, as well as the Mount’s Sport Management Advisory Board, consisting of sport professionals from around the region.

This experience can help you pursue a career as a sports agent, athletic director or game day operations manager, or work in sports media, sales or event promotion.

Want to see a full listing of all sport management courses?

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Where sport management majors go.

Mount grads have been hired at organizations such as:

  • Washington Capitals
  • Washington Nationals
  • Baltimore Ravens
  • Tiger Woods Foundation
  • Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment
  • Various college athletic departments
Top 10% The Mount is in the top 10% of colleges and universities nationwide in terms of the long-term earnings for a four-year college degree.

About the minor.

The sport management minor is a great way to supplement your major and get a sample of what it’s like to work in the sport industry. It will provide enough background to give you the foundation you need, while offering the flexibility to pursue your main career path.

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Meet Our Faculty

Michael Barry

Michael Barry

Associate Professor

1/20
Emil Berendt

Emil Berendt

Assistant Professor

2/20
Donald Butt

Donald Butt

Associate Professor

3/20
Alejandro Canadas

Alejandro Canadas

Associate Professor

4/20
Josey Chacko

Josey Chacko

Assistant Professor

5/20
Corinne Farneti

Corinne Farneti

Associate Professor

6/20
Patrice Flynn

Patrice Flynn

Professor

7/20
William Forgang

William Forgang

Dean Emeritus / University Professor

8/20
Lawrence Hoffman

Lawrence Hoffman

Director of the Center for Forensic Accounting Program / Assistant Professor

9/20
David Karn

David Karn

Lecturer

David Karn 10/20
10/20
Nancy Kimble

Nancy Kimble

Lecturer

Nancy Kimble 11/20
11/20
John Larrivee

John Larrivee

Associate Professor

12/20
Kevin Robinson

Kevin Robinson

Lecturer

13/20
John Sherwin

John Sherwin

Lecturer

John Sherwin 14/20
14/20
Raymond Speciale

Raymond Speciale

Associate Professor

15/20
Timothy Stanton

Timothy Stanton

Associate Professor

16/20
Solomon Tesfu

Solomon Tesfu

Associate Professor

17/20
Michael Unruh

Michael Unruh

Director of the Palmieri Center for Entrepreneurship

18/20
Rev. Elias Yelovich

Rev. Elias Yelovich

Assistant Professor

19/20
Christina Yoder

Christina Yoder

Assistant Professor

20/20

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