Business. Ministry. Sports.
Sport Ministry: Concentration
Your passion for athletics. Your God-given calling. Combine and elevate both through sport ministry, at NGU.
Impact Through Athletics
In the office, on the field, or at the gym – your love of sports is no accident. God calls you to use your passions for his glory, just as he designed.
From major sports franchises to remote mission fields. Through business, ministry, or coaching. Countless careers thrive within the world of sports. Prepare to serve, lead, and elevate others, through the Bachelor of Science in Sport Management with a concentration in ministry at NGU.
What Can I Do with a Concentration in Sports Ministry?
With a concentration in sports ministry, you can combine your love for sports with a fulfilling career. You can become a sports chaplain, community outreach coordinator, or youth mentor, using sports as a platform for spiritual and personal development.
This specialization allows you to make a positive impact in the lives of athletes and communities through the integration of faith and sports.
Sports Event Coordinator
Sports Ministry Missionary
Sports Outreach Coordinator
Sports Program Director for a Church
Youth Sports Coach
Experience Learning On and Off the Field
NGU Sporting Events
In the world of sports, experience equals knowledge. Gain both as you work game-day operations for over 50 on-campus sporting events. Then dig even deeper as you personally manage 28 sport-related functions at NGU. This is hands-on learning at its finest.
The Greatest Internship of All Time
You get out what you put in. So, put in your best! Complete an intensive 600+ hour internship with an athletic organization of your choice. 16 weeks. 40 hours. One goal – to prepare yourself for a successful career in sport management.
Personalized Career Prep
Organize and produce a live sporting event. Develop a sport-centered professional business plan. Create and implement a sports ministry league for a church. Lead a coaching workshop at NGU. Even coach an actual sporting event on campus. After all, the world of sports thrives on practice.
A Strong Approach to Studying Sports
Elevate Your Perspective
You’ll also take Chapel for the first seven semesters, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.