Master of Science Degree in Sport Administration


 

Master of Science in Sport Administration offered by Department of Sport Management within College of Business, Delaware State University that professionally prepares ethical leaders for advanced responsibilities within sport organizations and/or to design and implement new sport or sport-related enterprises. This is a 30 credit hour, twelve-month program designed to develop your ability to lead and manage sport and/or sport-related organizations while adapting to changing economic, legal, political, and social influences.

Unique Features: (1)This program adheres to standards of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education/North American Society for Sport Management; (2) courses are designed to incorporate extensive problem-based field experiences in the sport industry; and (3) all students pay in-state tuition and fees.

Weeknight Program at Wilmington Site: Students will enroll for 9 credit hours (3 courses) during the fall and spring semesters (see below). Class meetings are Monday evenings from 5:00 – 10:30 PM for 7 weeks with a week break between sessions. The third course will be a web-based course that is throughout the semester.

Fall
 
Code
                                              Courses
Credit
1
SPMT-672
Sport Management
3
2
SPMT -671
Financial Aspects in Sport
3
3
SPMT -676
Sport in Society
3
 
 
                                                                                        Subtotal 
9

 
Spring
 
Code
                                              Courses
Credit
1
SPMT -625
Introduction to Research Methods and Statistics
3
2
SPMT -674
Sport Marketing
3
3
SPMT -681
Legal Issues in Sport
3
 
 
                                                                                        Subtotal 
9

 
Summer
 
Code
                                              Courses
Credit
1
SPMT -673
Sport Facility Design and Management (Summer – I)
3
2
SPMT -675
Current Trends and Issues in Sport (Summer – I)
3
3
SPMT -616
Internship of Sport Administration (Summer – II)
6
 
 
                                                                                        Subtotal 
12

Total 30 Credits.