The Isenberg MS in Sport Management gives students the skills, credibility and well-connected network they need to rise to the top. Get a competitive edge with a graduate degree from the McCormack department of sport management.
Students will gain expertise in sport-related disciplines ranging from marketing, law, and finance, to applied sport market research and analytics. Our program also offers a unique Professional Development Seminar in which industry practitioners enlighten students on a broad range of career advice and opportunities.
Our rigorous curriculum - taught by one of the largest full-time faculties in the country, is specifically designed to blend theory with practice. You will acquire real-world experience from our classes, including sport marketing, market research, sport communications, event management, sales promotion, and sport analytics.
Our commitment to diversity is also found in the array of career interests we help foster. The field of sport management is thriving and there is a driving demand for sport business-related professionals. Having students pursuing careers in a wide range of industry segments not only adds to the class dynamic but also begins to build each students' long-term network.
Each year, over 30 alums – spanning the country as well as industry segments – volunteer their time, expertise and insights to help prepare the next class of alums for their careers in the sport industry. From monthly Skypes and shadowing days, to resume advice and job recommendations, each year the program results in the creation of lasting relationships that have become the hallmark of our alumni network.
The quality of our department is reflected in our exceptional record of placement, the success of our graduates, and the ongoing support of our network 3000+ alumni who currently work in the sport industry. Our entire faculty is dedicated to helping our students prepare for the job search, locate jobs and shape their careers.
Are you ready to apply to our MS in Sport Management program? Admission to the MS program is highly competitive. Applicants' academic history, GMAT or GRE performance, motivation, aptitude for graduate-level work, and managerial experience are all taken into consideration. Candidates with at least two years of full-time work experience are preferred. View our admissions page to learn more about Isenberg and UMass Amherst requirements.