Though sports are often referred to as entertainment, the world of sports is also a world of business that includes a variety of job titles and responsibilities. Skills that are utilized in the industry range from marketing and public relations to accounting and negotiating. Because the career field can also be extremely competitive, students are encouraged to complete four semesters at NCC and then transfer to DeSales University to complete a bachelor's degree program. NCC's agreement with DeSales University assures a smooth transfer into their Sports Administration program.
The curriculum combines the theory and practice that cover all aspects of professional and intercollegiate athletics
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Your Career in Sport Management
You can earn an associate's degree from Northampton after four semesters of full-time study and enter the workforce at the entry level, however to be the most competitive job candidate possible, a bachelor's degree in the field is recommended.
To many undergrads, the idea of building a career in sports management sounds ideal. And certainly, the excitement of working in professional sports is undeniable. At the same time, there's heavy competition for the high-profile jobs, and for most grads just out of school, working in sports management means starting at the bottom. Here is just a sampling of careers that a bachelor's degree in the field can make you qualified for: Sports Partnerships Director, Sales Representative, Director of Sports Management, Community Relations Coordinator, Promotions & Graphic Design Manager, Executive Recruiter, Marketing & Business Operations team member.
Sport Management Career Paths
- Management Position in Sport
Degrees We Offer
- Associate in Arts | 2 years