As the first program in the nation to become PAADS-certified, we stand at forefront of sport management education. Few other graduate programs in the field provide the academic rigor, the in-the-field expertise and the personal attention that the University of Florida's online Master of Science in Sport Management offers. Read More...
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Push your passion for sport further with a Master’s Degree in Sport Management that brings together multiple disciplines, including athlete development, business management, and sport law. The University of Florida devised a cutting-edge curriculum to propel graduates into the next era of sport management.
The results speak for themselves: current UF M.S. in Sport Management students and alumni have found opportunities in all levels of sport management, including local recreational facilities, academic research, collegiate athletic programs such as the University of Florida and national franchises such as the New York Mets.
In addition to the leading-edge curriculum, online sport management students gain access to UF’s expert career coaches. Our coaches work with you to help you plan your careers and identify the specific steps you need to take to reach your goals.
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