Intercollegiate Athletic Association Concentration - Credits: 36 (program code: 0962)
Generalist Concentration - Credits: 36 (program code: 0963)
Strategic Sport Analysis Concentration - Credits: 36 (program code: 0965)
Certificate - Intercollegiate Athletic Administration - Credits: 12 (program code: 0881)
The sport management studies curriculum was created especially for presentation via the Internet. Sport management theory and principles are presented with streaming video, narrated PowerPoint presentations and online forums. Threaded discussion groups, chat rooms and email allow the cohorts to communicate and interact, adding unique insight into the discussion. Students have the option of completing the specialist concentration, the intercollegiate athletic administration concentration, or the strategic sport analysis concentration. Program length is approximately 13 consecutive months, with new cohorts beginning in January and July. Cohorts of approximately 35 students each learn and communicate online and regularly function as a group of interactive peers. This virtual community creates a lively and dynamic educational experience that enriches the collaborative skills essential for success in the sport industry. Students are eligible for a graduate certificate of 12 credits in intercollegiate athletic administration. The intercollegiate athletic administration track has been developed in consultation with the NCAA.
Global Online (100 percent online delivery)
Curriculum - Master's
Curriculum - Certificate
Students in the sport management program receive academic and professional advisement from the program coordinator and program faculty. Each student is assigned to an academic adviser from the time he/she is accepted into the program of study. Advisers work with students to discuss, monitor and provide advisement as it relates to their program of study.
For Additional Information
Robert G. Taylor, Ph.D. (University of Southern Mississippi), M.Ed. (Frostburg State University),
B.S. (San Diego State University), Associate Professor
Web Page: www.calu.edu/academics/faculty/Robert-Taylor.aspx
Carol M. Biddington, Ed.D. (West Virginia University), Associate Professor
Mary Kreis, Ph.D. (University of Miami), M.S. (University of Texas at San Antonio), B.S. (University of Virginia), Associate Professor
Linda Meyer, Ed.D. (Duquesne University), ATC, M.S. (West Virginia University), B.S. (Lock Haven University), Professor
Laura Miller, M.S. Ph.D. (University of Southern Mississippi), B.S. (Pennsylvania State University - Behrend College), Assistant Professor
Brian D. Wood, Ph.D. (University of New Mexico), M.S. (Minnesota State University, Mankato), B.S. (University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse), Associate Professor
For faculty bios, visit: www.calu.edu/academics/faculty/index.htm.