Master of Science in Administration Sport Administration Concentration

Degree objective: The interdisciplinary Master of Science in Administration (MSA) Program is designed for students pursuing administrative careers. The program offers insight into human and organizational relationships; develops skills in oral and written communication; enhances the capacity for sound analytical judgment; and encourages the ability to see the "big picture" as it relates to an organization and its environment. Course work focuses on applied action grounded in theory and embraces the fundamental educational principles applicable to administrative issues in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, and stresses the ethical responsibilities of administrators. Concentration objective: Designed to prepare the student for a career in administration in college, professional, or commercial sport.

 

Degree Requirements

 

36 credits

Core Requirements

 

18 credits

MSA 600

Foundations of Research Methods in Administration

3

MSA 601

Organizational Dynamics and Human Behavior

3

MSA 602

Financial Analysis, Planning and Control

3

MSA 603

Strategic Planning for the Administrator

3

MSA 604

Administration, Globalization and Multiculturalism

3

MSA 699

Applied Research Project in Administration

3

Concentration Requirements

 

15-18 credits

PES 603

Administration of Sport and Physical Education

3

PES 620

Sport: An Interdisciplinary Study

3

PES 625

Facilities for Sport and Physical Education

3

PES 640

Sport and the Law

3

PES 650

Sport Marketing

3

PES 690

Practicum

3

Cognate Course

Selected in consultation with the academic advisor

0-3 credits

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Testimonial
Boonsiree
"The coursework in the Human Resource Administration concentration has provided me the knowledge necessary for my future career." - Boonsiree Prasit, MSA Student
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