BBA in Sports Management Degree Highlights
St. Thomas University, Miami, Fl, pioneered the area of Sports Administration education by starting the nation’s first undergraduate program in 1973.
The program will instill the knowledge and skills needed to take on more of a leadership role in the professional sports industry
The Sports Management program combines the business principles & industry-specific aspects of managing in a collegiate or corporate environment
Provides you with the opportunity to meet, network and learn from adjunct professors, alumni and guest speakers who represent various sports organizations
Those who earn a BBA Sports Management Degree from St. Thomas University will be fully prepared for a number of career possibilities in a variety of organizations, including professional sports teams, college athletics departments, sports media and marketing, merchandising, leisure and recreational services, and more.
Management positions available in the following organizations: NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, ATP, WTA, PGA, LPGA, MLS, NASL, NASCAR, NCAA, NAIA, as well as various events, governing organizations, and manufacturers in the sports industry.
Some of the Sports Management Jobs include but aren’t limited to:
Sports Information Director
Fundraising/Major Gifts Director
Business Operations Manager
Sports and Wellness Director
Financial Management Director
Parks and Recreation Director
Youth Sports Director
Sports Advertising Sales Manager
Athletics Communications Director
Athletics Director for Compliance
Customer Relations Director
Media Relations Director
Programs and Assessment Director
Community Services Director
Event Marketing Specialist
Guest Services Manager
Sports Marketing Manager
Sports Camp Director
Al Avila ’86, general manager of the Detroit Tigers, has been with the Tigers for 15 years. Under his leadership, the Tigers have won the American League Pennant in 2006 and 2012, and won four straight AL Central titles from 2011-2014
Andy Elisburg ’89, general manager and senior vice president of operations for the Miami Heat, joined the franchise in its inaugural 1988 season. For the past 21 years, he has been working in basketball operations, and has played an integral role in salary cap planning and basketball operations management, while overseeing the day-to-day operations at American Airlines Arena.
Dave Gettleman ’86, general manager of the New York Giants, has been a part of seven Super Bowl teams, including three winners. He was with Buffalo in 1990 and 1991, Denver in 1997, the Giants in 2000, 2007 and 2011, and Carolina in 2015. The Broncos and the 2007 and 2011 Giants both won the championship.
Dr. Ted Abernethy, Director of Sports Administration Programs. Over 20 years of experience
Dr. Seok-Ho Song, Sports Administration Professor and Advisor. Over 10 years of experience
Dr. Robert Epling, Associate Professor of Sports Administration and Advisor. Over 20 years of Experience
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