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School of Education & Health Sciences

Department of Kinesiology

Sport Management

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Undergraduate Admission

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Why pursue a sport management degree at North Central College?

Most observers don’t realize that a career in sports can require an extremely broad knowledge base. Our sport management program will provide you with both the broad-based curriculum and the practical experience you’ll need to succeed. In fact, this combination is what sets North Central sport management graduates apart from the competition.

You can also:

  • Learn from faculty, administrators and professionals with firsthand experience in sports. •
  • Interact with industry experts on topics such as sport entrepreneurship; running youth sports clubs and leagues; identifying risk management and liability issues in athletics venues; rules and governance changes in the NCAA; and so many more.
  • Join the SportxNC, an organization for students interested in networking, increasing their marketability, discussing current sport topics, organizing events and taking on leadership roles on special projects and committees.
  • Take advantage of North Central College’s location in one of the most vibrant sport communities in the country. Professional experiences include volunteering, internships, job shadowing, gameday experiences and networking in a variety of settings.
  • Additional opportunities include learning tools of the trade in hospitality and fan services with the Chicago Bears or Chicago Fire; sales with the Chicago Dogs, the Windy City Bulls or Kane County Cougars; sport and event management with Game Day USA, the Chicago Marathon, or Spikeball; tourism and marketing with Premier Sport Tourism and the city of Naperville, golf course and country club management from venues like Cress Creek or Cog Hill; sports and training facility operations from the Bulls-Sox Academy and health & fitness clubs such as the Title Boxing Club; and high school athletic or collegiate intramural administration from a number of local institutions.

More Department information

Sport Management, B.A.

The Sport Management program is designed to provide the academic foundation and practical experience required to make an impact in today's sport industry. Business and sport-focused courses with tailored emphasis in a student's chosen area provide a unique combination in preparing students to be curious, engaged, ethical and purposeful citizens and leaders.

For additional programs and courses in this department, see Kinesiology.

Major Requirements

  • SMGT 101 - Contemporary Sport Studies

    SMGT 101 - Contemporary Sport Studies

    4.00 credit hours

    An introduction to the broad scope and significance of sport in modern society. Attention given to the relationship between athletes, sport fans and sport organizations; the intersection of sport history and current events; sport as a global business; and sport innovation. Students learn to apply elements of human centered design to investigate issues in sport.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Social Science, U.S. Power Structures.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 210 - Sport Marketing

    SMGT 210 - Sport Marketing

    4.00 credit hours

    Introduces essential marketing, promotion and sales principles as currently applied in the sport industry. Topics include sport consumer behavior, market segmentation and selection, strategic market planning and analysis, marketing information management, integrated marketing communications, external relations and sponsorship cultivation and activation. Trends, issues and problems influencing the industry are also examined.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101 and Sport Management major or minor.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 220 - Sport Budgeting and Finance

    SMGT 220 - Sport Budgeting and Finance

    4.00 credit hours

    Basic theory in finance, budgeting and economics are explored. Financial decision-making, including cash management; ratio analysis; asset management; short, intermediate and long-term financing are a course focus. Different types of budgets are reviewed with students learning the budget preparation and approval process. Accounting trends and economic theory are also applied to sport settings/organizations.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 230 - Sport Law, Ethics and Organization

    SMGT 230 - Sport Law, Ethics and Organization

    4.00 credit hours

    Exposure to and analysis of legal and ethical issues surrounding the sport industry. Topics may include negligence, liability, and risk management; employment law, contract law, and negotiations; regulatory agencies and governance structures; theories of ethics, concepts of morality, personal philosophy regarding social responsibility, and professional code of ethics; the application of federal legislation, including Title IX and the Americans with Disabilities Act; and social issues such as sportsmanship, fan behavior, performance enhancing drugs, drug testing, and hazing. Students are provided a synopsis of applicable case law to support the issues and legislation presented.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Ethical Dimensions, Writing Intensive.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 310 - Applied Sport Sales

    SMGT 310 - Applied Sport Sales

    4.00 credit hours

    Provides an overview of the entire sales process with hands-on training and experience. Students learn best practices for ticket sales, corporate sales, client management and customer service. Current trends and issues are also discussed.

    Prerequisite(s)

    Junior standing and Sport Management major.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 330 - Sport Facility and Event Management

    SMGT 330 - Sport Facility and Event Management

    4.00 credit hours

    A complete investigation into sport facilities, venues, and events. Introduces students to the development of a venue, the event bid and creation process, financing and ownership structures of facilities and events, operational aspects of facilities and events, evaluation of the customer experience, and recent trends in facility/event management. Students will further develop their understanding of accessibility in sport, risk management, emergency planning, volunteer services, and budgeting. A Community Engaged Learning Experience is built into this course.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 220.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Community Engaged Learning.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 450 - Sport Management Senior Capstone

    SMGT 450 - Sport Management Senior Capstone

    4.00 credit hours

    The culminating experience for all majors and minors in the Sport Management program. The aim of the capstone is to assess students' ability to synthesize and integrate the knowledge and skills they have developed throughout their coursework and experiences. Students plan and manage an event.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 330, SMGT 497 and Senior standing.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 490 - Sport Management Internship Seminar

    SMGT 490 - Sport Management Internship Seminar

    2.00 credit hours

    Students engage with their internship cohort and reflect on the internship experience. Course includes reflections of the internship experience, group discussions of discipline related topics and a culminating project.

    Prerequisite(s)

    20 credit hours in Sport Management core.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 497 - Sport Management Internship

    SMGT 497 - Sport Management Internship

    10.00 credit hours

    A full-time immersed experience in service to a community partner in the student's interest area. The agency is selected through cooperation between the student, the Sport Management Clinical Coordinator and an agency supervisor. Students must apply one term in advance through the Sport Management Clinical Coordinator.

    Prerequisite(s)

    20 credit hours in Sport Management core.

    Schedule Of Classes

Note:

Students must also choose a minor from another NCC department to complete the major.

Additional Requirements for the B.A. Degree

Students must demonstrate elementary competence in a foreign language. For more information, see the B.A. Degree Requirements within the Academic Regulations section of this catalog.

Sport Management, Digital Marketing Track, B.A.

The Sport Management program is designed to provide the academic foundation and practical experience required to make an impact in today's sport industry. Business and sport-focused courses with tailored emphasis in a student's chosen area provide a unique combination in preparing students to be curious, engaged, ethical and purposeful citizens and leaders.

For additional programs and courses in this department, see Kinesiology.

Major Requirements

Sport Management Core Courses

  • SMGT 101 - Contemporary Sport Studies

    SMGT 101 - Contemporary Sport Studies

    4.00 credit hours

    An introduction to the broad scope and significance of sport in modern society. Attention given to the relationship between athletes, sport fans and sport organizations; the intersection of sport history and current events; sport as a global business; and sport innovation. Students learn to apply elements of human centered design to investigate issues in sport.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Social Science, U.S. Power Structures.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 210 - Sport Marketing

    SMGT 210 - Sport Marketing

    4.00 credit hours

    Introduces essential marketing, promotion and sales principles as currently applied in the sport industry. Topics include sport consumer behavior, market segmentation and selection, strategic market planning and analysis, marketing information management, integrated marketing communications, external relations and sponsorship cultivation and activation. Trends, issues and problems influencing the industry are also examined.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101 and Sport Management major or minor.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 220 - Sport Budgeting and Finance

    SMGT 220 - Sport Budgeting and Finance

    4.00 credit hours

    Basic theory in finance, budgeting and economics are explored. Financial decision-making, including cash management; ratio analysis; asset management; short, intermediate and long-term financing are a course focus. Different types of budgets are reviewed with students learning the budget preparation and approval process. Accounting trends and economic theory are also applied to sport settings/organizations.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 230 - Sport Law, Ethics and Organization

    SMGT 230 - Sport Law, Ethics and Organization

    4.00 credit hours

    Exposure to and analysis of legal and ethical issues surrounding the sport industry. Topics may include negligence, liability, and risk management; employment law, contract law, and negotiations; regulatory agencies and governance structures; theories of ethics, concepts of morality, personal philosophy regarding social responsibility, and professional code of ethics; the application of federal legislation, including Title IX and the Americans with Disabilities Act; and social issues such as sportsmanship, fan behavior, performance enhancing drugs, drug testing, and hazing. Students are provided a synopsis of applicable case law to support the issues and legislation presented.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Ethical Dimensions, Writing Intensive.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 310 - Applied Sport Sales

    SMGT 310 - Applied Sport Sales

    4.00 credit hours

    Provides an overview of the entire sales process with hands-on training and experience. Students learn best practices for ticket sales, corporate sales, client management and customer service. Current trends and issues are also discussed.

    Prerequisite(s)

    Junior standing and Sport Management major.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 330 - Sport Facility and Event Management

    SMGT 330 - Sport Facility and Event Management

    4.00 credit hours

    A complete investigation into sport facilities, venues, and events. Introduces students to the development of a venue, the event bid and creation process, financing and ownership structures of facilities and events, operational aspects of facilities and events, evaluation of the customer experience, and recent trends in facility/event management. Students will further develop their understanding of accessibility in sport, risk management, emergency planning, volunteer services, and budgeting. A Community Engaged Learning Experience is built into this course.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 220.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Community Engaged Learning.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 450 - Sport Management Senior Capstone

    SMGT 450 - Sport Management Senior Capstone

    4.00 credit hours

    The culminating experience for all majors and minors in the Sport Management program. The aim of the capstone is to assess students' ability to synthesize and integrate the knowledge and skills they have developed throughout their coursework and experiences. Students plan and manage an event.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 330, SMGT 497 and Senior standing.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 490 - Sport Management Internship Seminar

    SMGT 490 - Sport Management Internship Seminar

    2.00 credit hours

    Students engage with their internship cohort and reflect on the internship experience. Course includes reflections of the internship experience, group discussions of discipline related topics and a culminating project.

    Prerequisite(s)

    20 credit hours in Sport Management core.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 497 - Sport Management Internship

    SMGT 497 - Sport Management Internship

    10.00 credit hours

    A full-time immersed experience in service to a community partner in the student's interest area. The agency is selected through cooperation between the student, the Sport Management Clinical Coordinator and an agency supervisor. Students must apply one term in advance through the Sport Management Clinical Coordinator.

    Prerequisite(s)

    20 credit hours in Sport Management core.

    Schedule Of Classes

Digital Marketing Courses

  • ARTD 107 - 2D Design: Explorations in Image Making

    ARTD 107 - 2D Design: Explorations in Image Making

    4 credit hours

    A foundations course focused on process, study and application of core concepts of visual design — visual elements, principles of design and creative process. Course objectives include creative problem solving through acquisition of technical skills and introduction to a variety of materials.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • ARTD 140 - Digital Art and Design

    ARTD 140 - Digital Art and Design

    4.00 credit hours

    An introduction to digital imaging, computer graphics and graphic design to communicate messages using digital visuals. Emphasizes hands-on computer experience with digital image manipulation techniques, drawing and editing tools that allow students to create computer based graphic arts, design and page layout.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • ARTD 275 - Photography II: Digital

    ARTD 275 - Photography II: Digital

    4.00 credit hours

    An introduction to the basic tools and programs used in the electronic imaging process of digital photography. Students develop their imagery, artistic statements and concepts through the use of DSLR cameras and software.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • MEDI 200 - Digital Media Writing

    MEDI 200 - Digital Media Writing

    4.00 credit hours

    Digital media writing introduces students to writing on different types of platforms including the web, applications and social media. Students learn to write in a variety of different genres including blog writing, online news and public relations. The course also hones writing and research skills for digital writing.

    Prerequisite(s)

    CARD 102 or COMM 100.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Humanities, U.S. Power Structures.
    iCon(s)
    Innovating the World.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • MKTG 330 - Digital Marketing

    MKTG 330 - Digital Marketing

    4.00 credit hours

    Explores the growing impact of Digital Marketing as an important component within the Promotion Mix. It examines methods for designing effective web-based marketing strategies using a range of digital tools. Emphasis is placed on social media, mobile marketing trends, e-commerce, search engine optimization, email marketing and online display advertising. Students develop the skills needed to evaluate the effectiveness of digital marketing strategies across product categories and industries.

    Prerequisite(s)

    MKTG 300.

    Schedule Of Classes

Additional Requirements for the B.A. Degree

Students must demonstrate elementary competence in a foreign language. For more information, see the B.A. Degree Requirements within the Academic Regulations section of this catalog.

Sport Management, General Business Track, B.A.

The Sport Management program is designed to provide the academic foundation and practical experience required to make an impact in today's sport industry. Business and sport-focused courses with tailored emphasis in a student's chosen area provide a unique combination in preparing students to be curious, engaged, ethical and purposeful citizens and leaders.

For additional programs and courses in this department, see Kinesiology.

Major Requirements

Sport Management Core Courses

  • SMGT 101 - Contemporary Sport Studies

    SMGT 101 - Contemporary Sport Studies

    4.00 credit hours

    An introduction to the broad scope and significance of sport in modern society. Attention given to the relationship between athletes, sport fans and sport organizations; the intersection of sport history and current events; sport as a global business; and sport innovation. Students learn to apply elements of human centered design to investigate issues in sport.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Social Science, U.S. Power Structures.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 210 - Sport Marketing

    SMGT 210 - Sport Marketing

    4.00 credit hours

    Introduces essential marketing, promotion and sales principles as currently applied in the sport industry. Topics include sport consumer behavior, market segmentation and selection, strategic market planning and analysis, marketing information management, integrated marketing communications, external relations and sponsorship cultivation and activation. Trends, issues and problems influencing the industry are also examined.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101 and Sport Management major or minor.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 220 - Sport Budgeting and Finance

    SMGT 220 - Sport Budgeting and Finance

    4.00 credit hours

    Basic theory in finance, budgeting and economics are explored. Financial decision-making, including cash management; ratio analysis; asset management; short, intermediate and long-term financing are a course focus. Different types of budgets are reviewed with students learning the budget preparation and approval process. Accounting trends and economic theory are also applied to sport settings/organizations.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 230 - Sport Law, Ethics and Organization

    SMGT 230 - Sport Law, Ethics and Organization

    4.00 credit hours

    Exposure to and analysis of legal and ethical issues surrounding the sport industry. Topics may include negligence, liability, and risk management; employment law, contract law, and negotiations; regulatory agencies and governance structures; theories of ethics, concepts of morality, personal philosophy regarding social responsibility, and professional code of ethics; the application of federal legislation, including Title IX and the Americans with Disabilities Act; and social issues such as sportsmanship, fan behavior, performance enhancing drugs, drug testing, and hazing. Students are provided a synopsis of applicable case law to support the issues and legislation presented.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Ethical Dimensions, Writing Intensive.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 310 - Applied Sport Sales

    SMGT 310 - Applied Sport Sales

    4.00 credit hours

    Provides an overview of the entire sales process with hands-on training and experience. Students learn best practices for ticket sales, corporate sales, client management and customer service. Current trends and issues are also discussed.

    Prerequisite(s)

    Junior standing and Sport Management major.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 330 - Sport Facility and Event Management

    SMGT 330 - Sport Facility and Event Management

    4.00 credit hours

    A complete investigation into sport facilities, venues, and events. Introduces students to the development of a venue, the event bid and creation process, financing and ownership structures of facilities and events, operational aspects of facilities and events, evaluation of the customer experience, and recent trends in facility/event management. Students will further develop their understanding of accessibility in sport, risk management, emergency planning, volunteer services, and budgeting. A Community Engaged Learning Experience is built into this course.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 220.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Community Engaged Learning.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 450 - Sport Management Senior Capstone

    SMGT 450 - Sport Management Senior Capstone

    4.00 credit hours

    The culminating experience for all majors and minors in the Sport Management program. The aim of the capstone is to assess students' ability to synthesize and integrate the knowledge and skills they have developed throughout their coursework and experiences. Students plan and manage an event.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 330, SMGT 497 and Senior standing.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 490 - Sport Management Internship Seminar

    SMGT 490 - Sport Management Internship Seminar

    2.00 credit hours

    Students engage with their internship cohort and reflect on the internship experience. Course includes reflections of the internship experience, group discussions of discipline related topics and a culminating project.

    Prerequisite(s)

    20 credit hours in Sport Management core.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 497 - Sport Management Internship

    SMGT 497 - Sport Management Internship

    10.00 credit hours

    A full-time immersed experience in service to a community partner in the student's interest area. The agency is selected through cooperation between the student, the Sport Management Clinical Coordinator and an agency supervisor. Students must apply one term in advance through the Sport Management Clinical Coordinator.

    Prerequisite(s)

    20 credit hours in Sport Management core.

    Schedule Of Classes

General Business Courses

  • ACCT 201 - Financial Accounting

    ACCT 201 - Financial Accounting

    4.00 credit hours

    An introduction to accounting principles and procedures as they are employed in the communication of financial information to various users, such as management, stockholders and government agencies. Topics include accounting for assets, liabilities, owner's equity and other reporting issues.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • BUSN 265 - Business and Economics Statistics

    BUSN 265 - Business and Economics Statistics

    4.00 credit hours

    Provides an overview of basic statistics as it applies to business. The focus is on learning statistical concepts by applying analytical reasoning to business applications. Examples illustrating the relevance of statistics to broad areas of business are used. The course requires students to use spreadsheet programs, statistical programs, the Internet and other computer tools in analyzing statistics. The focus is on application of the material and on solving problems. Only one of BUSN 265 and PSYC 250 may be taken for credit.

    Prerequisite(s)

    MATH 130 or higher.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Quantitative Analysis.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • COMM 280 - Business and Professional Communication

    COMM 280 - Business and Professional Communication

    4.00 credit hours

    An intermediate course in which students develop the skills and strategies for use in written, face-to-face and electronic communication in professional settings. Students learn fundamentals of writing and presenting in professional contexts and may investigate organizational communication practices such as interviewing, performance feedback, training and meeting management.

    Prerequisite(s)

    CARD 102 or COMM 100; COMM 200 or COMM 214; Junior standing.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • ECON 200 - Principles of Microeconomics

    ECON 200 - Principles of Microeconomics

    4.00 credit hours

    Introduction to the theory of consumer choice, social and individual welfare, the behavior of business firms and market structure, and other applied microeconomic topics.

    Prerequisite(s)

    MATH 130 or higher.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Social Science.

    Schedule Of Classes

    • An additional four credit hour BUSN, ECON, or SMGT elective course

Additional Requirements for the B.A. Degree

Students must demonstrate elementary competence in a foreign language. For more information, see the B.A. Degree Requirements within the Academic Regulations section of this catalog.

Sport Management Minor

The Sport Management minor is designed to provide the academic foundation and practical experience required in today's sport industry.

For additional programs and courses in this department, see Kinesiology.

Minor Requirements

A minimum of 20 credit hours, including:

  • SMGT 101 - Contemporary Sport Studies

    SMGT 101 - Contemporary Sport Studies

    4.00 credit hours

    An introduction to the broad scope and significance of sport in modern society. Attention given to the relationship between athletes, sport fans and sport organizations; the intersection of sport history and current events; sport as a global business; and sport innovation. Students learn to apply elements of human centered design to investigate issues in sport.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Social Science, U.S. Power Structures.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 230 - Sport Law, Ethics and Organization

    SMGT 230 - Sport Law, Ethics and Organization

    4.00 credit hours

    Exposure to and analysis of legal and ethical issues surrounding the sport industry. Topics may include negligence, liability, and risk management; employment law, contract law, and negotiations; regulatory agencies and governance structures; theories of ethics, concepts of morality, personal philosophy regarding social responsibility, and professional code of ethics; the application of federal legislation, including Title IX and the Americans with Disabilities Act; and social issues such as sportsmanship, fan behavior, performance enhancing drugs, drug testing, and hazing. Students are provided a synopsis of applicable case law to support the issues and legislation presented.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 101.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Ethical Dimensions, Writing Intensive.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 330 - Sport Facility and Event Management

    SMGT 330 - Sport Facility and Event Management

    4.00 credit hours

    A complete investigation into sport facilities, venues, and events. Introduces students to the development of a venue, the event bid and creation process, financing and ownership structures of facilities and events, operational aspects of facilities and events, evaluation of the customer experience, and recent trends in facility/event management. Students will further develop their understanding of accessibility in sport, risk management, emergency planning, volunteer services, and budgeting. A Community Engaged Learning Experience is built into this course.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 220.

    Cardinal Directions Designation(s)
    Community Engaged Learning.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • SMGT 450 - Sport Management Senior Capstone

    SMGT 450 - Sport Management Senior Capstone

    4.00 credit hours

    The culminating experience for all majors and minors in the Sport Management program. The aim of the capstone is to assess students' ability to synthesize and integrate the knowledge and skills they have developed throughout their coursework and experiences. Students plan and manage an event.

    Prerequisite(s)

    SMGT 330, SMGT 497 and Senior standing.

    Schedule Of Classes

Elective(s)

An additional four credit hours of Sport Management.

Sport Management Internships and Jobs

A North Central education integrates career preparation with rich academic study. Our faculty encourages you to refine and apply your knowledge in an interconnected world. Here you'll learn to think independently and work globally to solve problems and lead.

Internships

Recent graduates in sport management interned with:

  • Chicago Bears
  • Chicago Cubs
  • Chicago Fire
  • Chicago Bulls/White Sox Training Academy
  • Chicago Blackhawks
  • Normal CornBelters professional baseball
  • Chicago Bandits professional softball
  • Sydney Kings Australian professional basketball
  • Sport Management Worldwide
  • Wheatland Athletic Association
  • Neuqua Valley High School
  • NCAA DIII Indoor Track & Field National Championships
  • Windy City Bulls
  • Chicago Empire FC
  • Kane County Cougars
  • Chicago Sky
  • Darien Sportsplex
  • Chicago Steel
  • Golf Invite
  • Big Ten Conference
  • Chicago Sports Commission
  • NFL Draft
  • Chicago Area Runners Association (CARA)
  • Walt Disney World Resort

Graduate Schools

Recent graduates in sport management have been accepted at:

  • North Central College
  • Illinois State University
  • Northern Illinois University
  • DePaul University
  • Lindenwood University
  • Campbellsville University

Careers

Recent graduates in sport management include:

  • All Physical therapy, Marketing Communications
  • Lehigh Valley IronPigs, TrackMan Operator
  • Chicago Bears, ticket sales and service
  • Tampa Bay Rays, ticket sales
  • Chicago Red Stars women’s professional soccer, box office coordinator
  • Campbellsville University, head cross country coach
  • Chicago Fire men’s professional soccer, marketing coordinator
  • Title Boxing Club, assistant manager
  • Premier Tourism Marketing, sports marketing manager
  • ESPN, associate jr. account manager
  • New York Islanders
  • Chicago White Sox, New Business Account Representative
  • Learfield Sports, Partnership Services Coordinator
  • Disney Sports/ESPN Wide World of Sports, sales associate
  • Kansas City Royals, Assistant to Dominican Operations
  • Vivid Seats, Customer Services
  • Fanduel, Customer Services
  • Vail Resorts, Product Sales Lead

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