California University of Pennsylvania

California University of Pennsylvania

Degree Title: Master of Science in Sport Management Studies: Intercollegiate Athletic Administration
College: California University of Pennsylvania
Degree Level: Master
Accreditation: California University is accredited by the Commission of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, and various program-based agencies.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree from a four-year accredited institution, 3.0+ GPA, official sealed transcripts from previous under- and post-graduate education. Students with a < 3.0 GPA may be admitted on a conditional basis upon passing the written departmental exam.
Program Desc: The Intercollegiate Athletic Administration Track of the Masters of Science in Sport Management Studies offered by California University of Pennsylvania was designed in response to request from high school coaches and athletic directors who plan on pursuing a career in intercollegiate athletics; and to meet the needs of current junior college and university coaches and administrators who seek to maximize their leadership and management effectiveness in current or future positions. A total of 36 credits must be earned to complete this program, and courses include: Sport Governance, Sport Compliance, Legal Aspects of Equity in Intercollegiate Athletics, Human Resource Strategies in Intercollegiate Athletics and more. Program length consists of 13 consecutive months, with new cohorts beginning in January and July. Approximately 30 students per cohort learn and communicate online and regularly function as a group of interactive peers. This virtual community creates a lively, dynamic educational experience that enriches the collaborative skills essential for success in the sport industry.
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