Students in the Sports Management Program:
- Study the global sports industry through the lens of business - instead of physical education or kinesiology.
- Participate in projects as early as your freshman year with professional and collegiate sports teams, and sporting events, in Pittsburgh and the region.
- Engage in community service learning through partnerships with the United Way, Special Olympics, Big Brothers Big Sisters and many more.
- Study the ethical principles that guide personal and professional sports management decisions.
- Discuss and explain the principles of interpersonal and mass media oriented communication.
- Interpret the financial and economic underpinning of sports management.
- Graduate having completed at least one comprehensive, supervised internship.
- Enjoy small classes and get to know professors and classmates - making new friends who will become professional mentors and colleagues in the years to come.
Seton Hill's sports managements courses are designed and taught by faculty with both academic and professional business experience - including experience in the sports industry. They are scholars and experts in their fields, and they have dedicated their careers to preparing you for yours.