Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management at Isenberg

Undergraduate Program


Uniquely housed in the Isenberg School of Management, on the beautiful campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management offers students a wonderful combination of focused study on the management of sport and a well-rounded liberal-arts education.


The goal of the Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management Undergraduate program is to challenge and inspire students to excel both in the classroom and ultimately in their professional pursuits.


The Undergraduate program of Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management is a highly selective. The student body is composed of an impressive array of accomplished individuals from across the country and from around the globe.  The high quality of our bright, ambitious and committed students is one of our greatest assets and contributes to our ability to provide a sport management education experience second to none.


Classes are both challenging and exciting, with industry-focused professors bringing their wealth of academic and industry experience into the classroom.  The experiential-based curriculum provides students with an inside look at what it is like to work in the sport industry. 


The Mark H McCormack Department of Sport Management  boasts an incredibly comprehensive alumni network.  These industry professionals are a critical piece of the learning experience as mentors to undergraduate students.  These connections are also manifested in an extensive internship database, providing numerous opportunities for students shadow executives for a day, to work in the sport industry and broaden their personal network.


I am honored to be a part of this program and I am happy to answer any question you might have regarding our undergraduate programs.


 Whether you're a student, a prospective student, or a parent I hope you will find the information about our program informative and useful.


Dr. Todd Crosset

Undergraduate Program Director

McCormack Department of Sport Management