Our Bachelor of Arts degree in sport management prepares you for a career in in the fast-growing and in-demand sports industry. You will learn about accounting, business, economics, athletic coaching, sport management, exercise science, psychology, and sociology. You will gain the skills to lead and manage in exciting professional, semi-professional, and recreational sports. Highlights Careers in the sport industry are growing at an average annual rate of 10% according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Spectator sport-related jobs are increasing at a rate of 17% annually. Typical entry-level jobs require a bachelor’s degree and less than five years’ experience. Why Study Sport Management? If you are passionate about sports and have a desire to follow your competitive spirit to a career, then a Sports Management degree could be for you. The average annual salary for business managers in sport ranges from $42,000 to $108,000, according to Occupational Employment Statistics. Career Paths The sport industry offers an abundance of career opportunities in government, private and educational settings. They can include: • athletic coach • athletic development specialist • athletic director • business development coordinator • contract Administrator • contract negotiation manager • event coordinator • facilities manager • statistician • sports psychologist • sports agents • public relations manager Have questions? Request more info. Sport Management Sport Management Faculty Course Requirements for Sport Management Apply Request info Visit Wilson College is committed to the importance and value of a college education. That's why we work hard to keep our degree programs affordable. Learn more about financial aid. This major is part of Wilson’s Accelerated Master’s program. To learn how you can complete a bachelor’s plus master’s degree in five years (three for transfer students), click here.