AT A GLANCE:
*Master of Science in Sport Business Management (36 credits)
7 Core Courses + 4 Electives + Internship OR Work Experience*Average time to complete 1-1.5 years
(but everyone goes at his/her own pace)
SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE
Academic Calendar Summer 2014
GRAD REGISTRATION FORM
Academic Calendar for Spring 2014 GRADUATE HOUSING AVAILABLE
“Five years from now, you’re the same person except for the people you’ve met and the books you’ve read.”
― John Wooden
Current Student Program Info
Welcome to Sport Business Management!
Welcome to the Sport Business Management program at Manhattanville College.
We trust that all of your questions will be answered within these pages and the links on the left. But if that is not the case , or if you have a specific question, please feel free to call me at any time. My number is 914-323-5301 or email me at David.Torromeo@mville.edu.
Our mission is to provide you with a valuable academic experience, we also recognize the need for creating a valuable network. This is a critical piece of what we have to offer, from our adjunct professors who work in the field, the guest speakers (who are a "who's who" in the industry), our ancillary events that give you access to the decision makers, to the alumni and students in the program who are involved and connected as well.
This program is customized to the individual student; you are not just another person to us, you are part of a family that we want to help in any way we can. Please feel free to call me if you need assistance. We welcome your questions and thoughts and wish you much success and satisfaction in your studies and achieving your career goals.
Director, Sport Business Management Program
The mission of Manhattanville College‘s Sport Business Management program is to promote and develop the necessary knowledge and business skills to assume a leadership role in sport management by providing a thorough foundation in sport business while allowing flexibility for students to explore a wide variety of opportunities within the field.
Students in the program are:
- Sport professionals who wish to improve their business management and leadership skills.
- Graduating seniors and working professionals in other fields who wish to enter this emerging business area.
- Those who wish to work in the management section of sports.
- Convenient weekday schedule
- Small class size
- Up to six challenge credits and six transfer credits
- NO GMAT or GRE is required (ASK ME WHY)
- Numerous sports internship opportunities available or a special waiver of field work for those with extensive industry experience.
This 36-credit MS in Sport Business Management degree program provides individuals with the necessary knowledge and business skills to assume a leadership role in sports management. The course work provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of sport management intended to provide a thorough foundation in sport and business while allowing flexibility for students to explore a wide variety of opportunities within the field. The program includes an internship to assist students in preparing for middle and upper level positions within a variety of markets, including but not limited to: professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, and amateur and youth athletic organizations.
Students who currently work in the industry or have significant experience can use that as their internship requirement. For those who do the internship, a management team helps facilitate the process, so you are not on your own in finding the internship, the capstone experience for them in their Master's program.
The student body currently consists of 30% individuals in the industry, 30% career changer types and 40% are students who have recently graduated from their undergraduate college or university. We have had students come from institutions such as Harvard, Boston College, North Carolina, Bates, Iona, Fairfield and naturally, Manhattanville as well as others. Our alumni have jobs with the USTA (several), Yankees, Mets, Rangers, Jets, Giants, Islanders, Olympics, venues and a myriad of associations and agencies.
Classes meet on traditional fall/spring semester schedule and in summer sessions on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 4:20 PM to 6:50 PM and from 7PM to 9:30 PM.
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