ROBERT BRADLEY MS, ATC, SCAT
Assistant Professor of Sport Management
Office: Neves 203 See Map
Office Phone: (864) 663-0179
Dr. Robert Bradley starts his fourth year at North Greenville University. He received his doctoral degree from the United States Sports Academy in Sport Management with an emphasis in Sports Medicine in October, 2014. Mr. Bradley is the former compliance director at NGU.
Mr. Bradley’s educational background is in Athletic Training and Athletic Training Education. He received his Master’s Degree from Georgia Southern University in 1999. During his career, Bradley has served as both a head athletic trainer at the collegiate level but also as the Program Director for two CAATE Accredited Athletic Training Education Programs. His proudest professional accomplishment is the successful achievement of initial accreditation of an Athletic Training program in nine months.
Mr. Bradley is an active member in both the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the South Carolina Athletic Training Association (SCATA).
His teaching experience spans 12 years to include the instruction of courses in the areas of exercise science, sport management, health and wellness, and sports medicine. His specialty is in the area of sports medicine administration which is the focus of his current pursuit of his doctoral studies.
Prior to his enrollment and during the continuation of his education, Bradley has researched and published materials in the pursuit of educating students on the importance of good health and sports medicine practices. But the heart of Mr. Bradley’s research is in the area of the financial aspect of sports medicine, and he plans to begin his dissertation on this topic soon.
Mr. Bradley is a proud father of five-year old daughter Bethany and two year old Philip. He is married to the former Adrienne Cooker who serves our country in the National Guard. He rejoices to call Jesus Christ his best friend, Lord, and Savior and enjoys the opportunity to share his faith in his teaching and relationships with his students.