The intent of the Master of Science Degree in Management and Leadership is to provide graduate level instruction, which will enhance the management, leadership and decision-making abilities of the program's graduates, and prepare them for the dynamic, technology-driven work force they will encounter in both private industry and the public sector.
The Master of Science Degree in Management and Leadership offers graduate level instruction based in theory while providing opportunities to apply competencies to practical settings. This program will enhance the management skills and decision-making abilities of the participants in the program at a cost commensurate with graduate level public education, and significantly lower on a cost-per-credit basis than private graduate level education. The program is committed to developing competent managers and leaders capable of excelling in the constantly changing business environment that surrounds today's private marketplace and public sector.
For more information on these programs, contact the Graduate College at (570) 422-3570 or Dr. Minjung Kim, Sport Management Graduate Coordinator, (570) 422-3316, email@example.com or 226 Zimbar Hall.
Master of Science in Management and Leadership in Sport Management
|Common Area of Study|
|MGT 501||Organizational Behavior||3 credits|
|MGT 502||Organizational Strategy||3 credits|
|MGT 503||Organizational Leadership||3 credits|
|MGT 504||Organizational Control Systems||3 credits|
|Research Methods (Select ONE of the following)|
|SMGT 570||Introduction to Research||3 credits|
|POLS 570||Introduction to Research: Scope & Method||3 credits|
|Common Area of Study Total||15 credits|
|Sport Management Area of Concentration Required Courses|
|SMGT 547||Sport Business and Finance||3 credits|
|SMGT 548||Sport Marketing||3 credits|
|SMGT 549||Sport and the Law||3 credits|
|SMGT 586||Internship||7 - 10 credits|
|Elective Courses (Select one)|
|SMGT 546||Planning and Management Facilities||3 credits|
|SMGT 550||Sport Personnel Management||3 credits|
|Area of Concentration Total||19 - 22 credits|
|TOTAL||34 - 37 credits|