Sports Management

Sports Management

You Belong Here

You’re passionate about sports. Whether it’s on the field or behind the scenes, you want a career that combines business, marketing, and communication with your love for sports at all levels. You want to develop the leadership skills that can help you excel in one of today’s most profitable industries. Sports Management may be the major for you.

"It's hard for me to imagine doing anything else. I love what I do now. It's such an exciting profession."

- Chris Bandura '99

Why UC?

One of Utica College’s newest programs, the Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management is an innovative and regionally competitive program designed to meet the current demand for management graduates with knowledge specific to the sports industry. Students develop leadership skills in management, business, and public relations, preparing them for a wide range of careers in the diverse and exciting world of sports.

Learn more about UC's sports management faculty.

What You’ll Learn

UC’s Sports Management curriculum incorporates classes in:

  • business,
  • public relations, and
  • management
... with liberal arts electives. Students become familiar with accounting, economics, general management, marketing, law, finance, human resources, and strategic management and leadership. Public relations courses address topics in media writing, marketing, sports marketing and law, among others.

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One of Utica College's newest majors, the Sports Management program offers first rate facilities for advanced learning in both management and media, including the new Robert Brvenik Center for Business Education and the Professor Raymond Simon Convergence Media Center.
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A Degree that Works

Graduates of the Sports Management program will have the skills to enter a wide variety of careers in the business and marketing fields, including:

  • event planning,
  • sports communication, and
  • sports facility management
... at the college, amateur and professional levels.

The program offers a broad range of internship and real-world learning opportunities.

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