Dynamic Learning from Anywhere

Elevate your career in the sports industry with our 100% fully online Master's Degree in Sport Management. Gain the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in this dynamic field from anywhere, on your schedule. 

What You'll Study

  • Facilities
  • Analytics
  • Governance
  • Finance
  • International Sport
  • Planning and Promoting Events
  • Sport Psychology
  • Sport in American Life
  • Human Resources
  • An Internship

Why Choose Our Online Sport Management Master's Program?


Study anytime, anywhere, and fit your education into your busy schedule.


No need to relocate or adhere to strict class schedules—learn at your own pace.

Engaging Curriculum

Gain practical, real-world insights from industry-experienced faculty.

Networking & Internship Opportunities

Connect with professionals from around the globe and build valuable connections. Local students can gain experience at:

  • EMU and other local universities
  • Detroit Tigers, Lions, and Red Wings
  • Nearby minor league teams

Other students have completed their internships close to their home at high schools, universities, and professional sport organizations.

Opportunities for Career Success

With a Master's Degree in Sport Management, you can pursue careers such as sport media relations, marketing, sponsorship, event management, team operations, facility management, development, and assistant athletic directors. Opportunities also exist with entrepreneurs and non-profit organizations.

Successful Program Graduates include:

  • Maddie Gotreaux; Associate Director, Communications, Stanford Athletics
  • Alex Jewell, Director of Development, University of Wyoming
  • Tyler Jones, Deputy AD for External Operations at the University of Virginia
  • Dan Murphy, Director of Football Operations, Cleveland Browns
  • Gianna Salzbrunn, Assistant Director of Development, University of Cincinnati

Take the first step towards advancing your career in sports management. Apply now!

At a Glance

  • Fully online, 2-year program (33 credits), including an internship plus either comprehensive exams or a thesis.