The Multidisciplinary B.S. in Sport Administration provides students a strong foundation for entrance into a sport-related business or organization. Students will enroll in courses offered by Sport Science, Management, Marketing, Finance, and Communications faculty. Each of the four options (Sport Business, Sport Coaching, Management, and Marketing) will allow students to shape their future careers based on their interests.
Interdisciplinary degree opportunities also exist at the undergraduate level for students who want to pursue a career in Sport Medicine, Athletic Training, as well as Sport Journalism.
The M.Ed. in sport management is designed for students who wish to work in the exciting, global, and big business of sport management. The M.Ed. in sport management at Millersville prepares you for leadership in this dynamic profession.
Highly qualified undergraduate students in the B.S. Sport Administration program have the opportunity to enroll in our Accelerated B.S. to M.Ed. program. This program allows students to complete both degrees in five years at a reduced cost.
Millersville University is located in a sport industry-dense region, thereby providing numerous locations for field study/internships. Three intercollegiate sport conference offices are located within 30 miles and NCAA Division I, II, and III institutions are located within the region. In addition, within a 3-hour drive, there are 24 professional sport teams (NFL, MLB, NBA, WNBA, NHL, and MLS), their affiliated venues/facilities, plus several minor league affiliations and higher education institutions with athletic departments. Lancaster County is also home to: Spooky Nook Sports, an innovative sports complex; an annual professional tennis tournament at Bent Creek Country Club; and numerous other sport-business related facilities (e.g. fitness clubs, golf courses, park and recreation associations, ice rinks, and elite-level sport programs) within its borders. This wide variety of potential hands-on experience will attract students from the surrounding region and beyond.