MBA Sports Management Track

Sports Management

The M.B.A. in Sports Management degree provides students with the sports management skills essential for success and advancement in the sports industry. The program focuses on specific content areas to manage the operations of sport facilities, develop effective sports merchandising programs and run sport specific organizations with high precision. 

The action oriented curriculum supports a skill base assisting Franklin Pierce University students with the development of solid and distinctive skills leading to future career success. This degree consists of 13 courses and awards 39 credits. Students will develop a master’s level understanding of business in the sports industry.


This distinctive focus allows graduates to become talented leaders as sports business managers, facilities managers, sports merchandisers and leaders in various sports venues.

 

Core M.B.A. Courses 

 

Credits

GM510

Seminar in Leadership

3

GM520

Legal and Ethical Issues in Organizations

3

GM540

Organizational Behavior

3

GM542

Quantitative and Research Techniques for Leaders

3

GM543

Economics for Managers

3

GM561

Financial Management

3

GM562

Marketing Management

3

GM564

Operations Management for Leaders

3

GM691

Strategic Management Seminar**

3

 

Concentration M.B.A. Courses for Sports Management Track
SF502 Media Relations and Technology in the Sports Industry        3        
SF508 Facilities Management                                                           3
SF512 Analytics in Sports Management                                           3
Elective M.B.A. Course*                                                                  3

Total Credits                                                                                 39

*Student chooses one other M.B.A. course offering (subject to pre-requisites).
**The Strategic Management Seminar is normally the last course taken to fulfill degree requirements.