Careers in Sport and Recreation Management

  • Community and after-school leaders
  • Sports events planners
  • Sports development officers
  • Publicity directors
  • Sports administrators
  • Parks and recreation managers
  • Sports marketers
  • Fitness and wellness center managers
  • Compliance professionals
  • Sports product innovators
  • Sports promoters
  • Season ticket managers
  • Theme park managers
  • Concessions managers

And in a growing field, those are just a few options. You’ll graduate with all kinds of skills including writing, research, and communication that are useful in all fields. Our goal in this degree is to prepare you for whatever desire you have for your future. It’s important to remember, though, that employers are looking beyond your GPA. In order to get your resume to rise above the pack, you’ll graduate this program with all kinds of real-world experience to showcase. From participation in campus to involvement in student groups, to your internship experience, you’ll be ready to hit the ground running in your future career.

Sound like the perfect future for you

ball is in your court; if you’re ready to get started working towards a future career in sport and recreation management, don’t hesitate to contact our admissions office today. If you still have questions you’d like to have answered before you get started, you are more than welcome to reach out to our Career Center. In this office, we offer career services like resume and cover letter critiques, internship placement, and career counseling for students, alumni, and community members.

Ready to begin your journey?