Master of Science in Sport and Recreation Management: Coaching
The program is designed for a student seeking a comprehensive understanding of sport and recreation management as it relates to the roles and responsibilities of intercollegiate coaches. The program includes courses in which the theoretical and conceptual aspects of sport management and the psychological dimensions of coaching are explored. Research courses have been designed to provide students with the necessary skills to investigate problems of practice and increase evidence-based decision-making.
A broad and extensive knowledge of sports management facilities issues, systems and interrelationships;
Practical oral and written information skills • required for effective communication within a sports organization and institutional structure;
The ability to assess human resource needs to develop effective strategies for recruitment, retention and organization development;
Leadership skills to develop an effective understanding of business in a sports environment and to engage in short and long-term successes;
The ability to develop and apply computer and media technology skills to integrate and market sports facilities programs and;
The business foundation to engage in effective short and long range strategic planning and execution within the sports industry.
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Financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, and employment is available to U.S. students on the basis of financial need. Please ask your Enrollment Advisor for more information.