Baseball sport management degrees - results 1-5 of 5

  1. Sports Management

    Syracuse University - Syracuse, NY

    • Masters

    M.S. Program in Sport Venue and Event Management at Syracuse University's Falk College The Master of Science (M.S.) in Sport Venue and Event Management program at Syracuse University provides knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience in managing multi-purpose sports and entertainment venues and related events. It trains

  2. Sports Management

    Canisius College - Buffalo, NY

    of those hours and covers sport-management fundamentals such as leadership, finance, marketing, and risk management, as well as a choice of electives focused on sport-facility management, compliance, and enterprise behavior. The remaining 6 hours comprise the capstone internship and research report. M.S.A. Degree Program Accreditation The Canisius M.S.A. degree program

  3. Exercise & Sport Sci Emphasis

    Linn-Benton Community College - Albany, OR

    • AS

    of physical condition; and team sport courses, which provide a high level of conditioning and competition. Intercollegiate athletics are offered in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s baseball, and women’s volleyball. All students interested in this major should see an advisor regarding electives. The selection of electives is a critical piece

  4. Sports Management

    Canisius College - Buffalo, NY

    • Masters

    lots of networking opportunities for sport administration students, both in the U.S. and abroad. M.S.A. Scholarship, Grant, and Graduate Assistantship Opportunities Graduate sport management students have several grant and scholarship options. The Canisius College Jesuit Mission Grant awards a 20% tuition discount to recipients who have completed a

  5. BS in Physical Education Teaching/Coaching (K–12)

    Brigham Young University-Provo - Provo, UT

    • BS

    K-12 Healthy and Active Lifestyle Management. (2:2:0) PETE 364 : Scientific Bases of Sport: Motor Learning. (2:2:0) PETE 399R : Academic Internship: Coaching. (1-4:0:0) (1 hour required) PETE 430 : Principles of Coaching. (2:2:0