Thank you for the interest in our graduate Sport Management program at ETSU! Be sure to check out all of the following information which is included in this site:
Are you seeking an advanced degree? Do you have a passion for the business of sport?
The ETSU graduate Sport Management Concentration provides students with the opportunity to critically examine a wide variety of sport industry-related themes and issues. Our program emphasizes both academic preparation along with required real-world practical field experiences.
The curriculum examines three main segments of the sport industry (performance, production, promotion), and it encompasses all levels of sport: youth, high school, collegiate, professional, amateur, competitive, non-competitive, recreational, private, and nonprofit/profit organizations.
Although the number of potential careers within athletics is virtually limitless, here are just a few examples:
Each of the following items are required for admission into the graduate-level Sport Management Program. The review committee considers everything equally, so being particular strong in one area could definitely help you gain admission despite a weakness in one or more of the other categories.
Students who are unable to meet “regular admission” requirements, may apply for conditional admission.
GRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
Core (9 hours)
Concentration (21 hours)
Concentration Electives (6 hours)
Various forms of financial assistance are available through the Office of Financial Aid. In addition, Graduate Assistantships and Tuition Scholarships are available in the Department of Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation Management (KSRM) that include teaching in the Active Lifestyles and Wellness Program, research assistants with KSRM Faculty, and various other duties. Other opportunities may be available in campus recreation, intercollegiate athletics, student activities, and other campus areas. For an application for a Graduate Assistantship or Tuition Scholarship with KSRM (click here).
For more information please contact the Sport Management Concentration Program Coordinator:
Dr. Amy Greene
Department of Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation Management
East Tennessee State University
Johnson City, TN, 37614-1701
Telephone: (423) 439-5257
Fax: (423) 439-5383
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .