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Sport Management Articles

  • How to Become a Sports Agent

    Many up-and-coming sports professionals have found themselves intrigued by the prospect of becoming a sports agent as a result of various images of the profession now prevalent in popular culture. As it happens, the concept of the wheeling-and-dealing, hotshot, fast-talking sports agent constantly negotiating a higher salary for their client… Read more >

  • What is a Sport Event Manager?

    The athletes who compete on the field or in the court may get the glory, but they don’t reach the heights of acclaim alone. Massive sport events grip the attention of international audiences thanks to the efforts of many professionals working behind the scenes, including coaches, legal experts, and marketers…. Read more >

  • Master’s in Kinesiology vs. Sport Management

    From negotiating deals on behalf of top athletes to overseeing operations at a stadium, there are many ways to build a career behind the scenes of athletic teams and events. If you’re interested in sports and health leadership, you might be weighing your options for pursuing a graduate degree. A… Read more >

  • What Does a Sports Marketer Do? 4 Skills You’ll Need

    Sports teams and franchises operate in a very similar way to major corporations. They employ financial experts and operational leaders to help keep the organization running as efficiently and effectively as possible, for example. They also, as any company might, prioritize outreach to consumers, and aim to ensure that public… Read more >

  • Your Career is a Marathon, not a Sprint: Q&A with Career Coach Erin Braddock

    One of the key advantages available to students taking University of Florida’s online M.S. in Sport Management program is the personalized attention they receive, including access to our expert career coaches and the ability to discuss their goals with industry veterans. Today, we wanted to share some of our coaches’… Read more >

  • MBA vs MS in Sports Management

    What’s the Difference between an MBA and an MS in Sport Management? A career in sport management is a great choice for anyone who is passionate about athletics, both on the field and on the sidelines. If your goal is to succeed in the sport management industry, you may be… Read more >

  • Sport Management vs. Sports Administration – Choosing a Master’s Program

    If you’ve done some research into master’s degrees in sports business, you’ve likely noticed that there are several different terms used to describe academic programs in the field. There are master’s programs in sport management, master’s in sports administration, even MBA programs with a concentration in sports and athletics. This… Read more >

  • Careers With a Sport Management Degree

    Athletes may be the face of a sports organization, but they aren’t the only stars. Behind every double play, touchdown, and penalty shot stand the skilled management professionals that made the game possible – whether they’re coordinating administrative details or working to attract crowds. Everything from major league franchises to… Read more >

  • How to Get into Sport Management

    Behind every game-winning run, double-clutch layup or unstoppable running play, there are the individuals who make it all possible without putting on a jersey. Sport management professionals contribute in roles that range from representing athletes in contract negotiations to overseeing facility maintenance and upgrades. If you’re exploring how to get… Read more >

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