The Sport Management Program is in the process of moving to the Monte Ahuja College of Business. If you are seeking undergraduate programs, please click here. As the College works to develop and refine graduate level business curriculum within the Sport and Entertainment industries, please use this information as a general guide.
It is important to note that graduates of both programs will acquire the required skills, knowledge and hands-on experience needed to begin a successful career in various sport entities, including professional sport leagues, athletic departments, recreation and health-fitness centers.
Important Information For Current Students With Fall 2022 Catalog Rights:
The M.Ed. degree in Sport Management will be modified in the future as part of the Monte Ahuja College of Business. However, if you are a Cleveland State University student, you may opt to complete your M.Ed. degree in Sport Management.
Curriculum/Courses - M.E.d. in Sport Management:
The M.Ed. in Sport Management program consists of a minimum of thirty-three credit hours beyond the baccalaureate degree. The degree is divided into College Core Courses, Required Courses and Electives.
College Core Courses: 10 Credit Hours, Three Courses
|HPR 601 Research Methods In Health & Human Performance||4|
|PED 565 Sports Law||3|
|SPM 561 Sport Governance||3|
Required Courses: 17 Credit Hours, Five Courses
|HPR 610 Survey Research & Data Management||3|
|HPR 682 Practicum||5|
|SPM 560 Program Development & Management||3|
|SPM 566 Sport Facility Management||3|
|SPM 567 Sport Marketing||3|
Elective Courses: 6 Credit Hours, Select Two Courses From The List Below
|ACT 501 Financial Accounting||3|
|ECN 503 Economic Concepts||3|
|HPR 602 Statistics & Data Management||3|
|MGT 501 Management & Organizational Behavior||3|
|PED 570 Exercise Testing & Prescription||3|
Prospective Students (Fall 2023 or Later):
The Sport Management Program is in the process of moving to the Monte Ahuja College of Business. The College is currently working to develop and refine graduate level business curriculum within the Sport and Entertainment industries, therefore, we cannot provide exact information at this time.
The faculty anticipate a Fall 2023 announcement of a stand-alone graduate degree entitled the Master of Sport and Entertainment Management, as well as a Sport and Entertainment Management specialization within the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.