The Sport Management program at North Greenville University offers a liberal arts curriculum that leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management. The program prepares men and women to take the Gospel to the sport profession from a Christ-centered, Biblically-based environment, utilizing a nationally accredited curriculum to educate future sport leaders and managers.
The goals of the Sport Management degree at North Greenville University are that its graduates demonstrate:
North Greenville University’s Sport Management degree has achieved international approval through the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) and national accreditation through the National Association for Sport and Physical Education of the American Alliance for the Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD).
A minimum of 129 hours is required for the Sport Management degree plus 1 hour for chapel and cultural events each full-time semester.
Bachelor of Science in Sport Management
General Education Requirements
COLL 1100 or HNRS 1210 1 (2) hours
Total 44-45 hours
Business Supporting Courses
ACCT 2310 and 2320, Accounting I & II 6 hours
Total 18 hours
Sport Management Major Course Requirements
SPTM 1310, Introduction to Sport Management 3 hours
All Sport Management majors must successfully complete SPTM 1310, 2320, 2330, 2340 and 2395 prior to taking any 3000 and 4000 level courses.
SPTM 3315, College Athletics 3 hours
Total 69 hours
All course work must be successfully completed before taking Directed Internship, SPTM 4390.
Total General Education Requirements 44-45 hours
A minimum of 131 hours is required for the Sport Management degree plus 1 hour for chapel and cultural events for each full-time semester.