Bachelor of Science in
Program Director: David Gargone, EdD
The Sport Management major at Misericordia University allows students to combine their love of sport with the skills necessary to become professionals in the field.
A business-oriented curriculum has been devised to produce graduates who will be successful in today's sports management environment as well as prepared for its future. The major allows students to fashion their studies to meet their professional and personal needs. Our curriculum prepares students for careers in this fast growing multi-billion dollar industry.
- Professional Sport Managers
- Intercollegiate Sport Managers
- Sport Marketers
- Sport Arena Managers
- Commercial Recreational Facility Directors
- Graduate Studies
Additional Learning Experiences
- Guest Lectures by Industry Sport Managers
- Involvement in the Business/Sport Management Club
- A yearly Sport Management Roundtable panel that brings together our areas best known Sport Managers
- Opportunities to volunteer in events such as Celebrity Golf Tournaments
- Involvement in national and international Sport Management organizations/conferences
- Trips to Sport Facilities/Events
Misericordia University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA.
Students must meet Misericordia University’s admissions requirements of a minimum high school grade point average of 2.5 and a minimum SAT requirement of 850 (combined Math and Critical Reading) if taken prior to March 5, 2016, or a combined score of 930 if taken after March 5, 2016. In lieu of the SAT, ACT results may be presented with a minimum required composite score of 18.
Transfer applicants will typically hold a minimum collegiate grade point average of 2.0, having completed at least 5 college credits.
Misericordia University reviews individual applications carefully, and the above stated standards should be seen only as general guidelines.