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Sport Management/Business Major

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Geneva College’s sport management major prepares students for positions in the athletic world including athletic administration, sport/recreational facility management, and coaching and event management. Students explore the theories and principles of management as applied to sport programs and facilities. As a joint venture of the Department of Business and the Department of Physical Education, the goal of the sport management major is to prepare students to become a valuable part of the workforce in a variety of venues within the sport culture, thereby fulfilling the Geneva College mission statement, “for the purpose of developing servant-leaders, transforming society for the kingdom of Christ.”

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Why choose sport management at Geneva College?

  • Emphasis on Christian faith applied to the marketplace 
  • Faculty with extensive academic and business experience
  • Applied learning through business simulations and case studies

Classes you might take

  • Biblical Management & Business Ethics
  • Facility Management & Design
  • Governance and Organization of Sport
  • Legal Issues in Sport

What can you do with a sport management degree?

The sport management major prepares students for employment in professional, intercollegiate, interscholastic, community, and youth sport venues and organizations.


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