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Neumann University is proud to partner with Immaculata and Rosemont University in offering preferred acceptance to undergraduates at these institutions for admission into NU’s Master of Science in Sport Business Program provided admissions criteria are met. Talk to your Graduate Admissions Counselor to Learn More.

Program Features

  • 30 credit hours
  • Can be completed in one year
  • Hybrid format
  • Faculty expert practitioners
  • Combines classroom and practical preparation

Outcomes

  • You will have a comprehensive understanding of the management of sport organizations.
  • Your classes will have focus on analytics, leadership and ethics, marketing and partnership activation, legal and regulatory issues, events and facilities, revenue generation, financial management, and digital media/communication.
  • You will have meaningful experiences with external industry partners.

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Bachelor’s degree from regionally accredited institution

  • 30 credit hours
  • Can be completed in one year
  • Required on-campus classes but, hybrid format within the curriculum
  • Faculty expert practitioners with industry experience
  • Combines classroom and practical preparation

12 months

On campus and Hybrid

All applicants must submit the following:

  • A completed Graduate Student Application, online through www.neumann.edu.
  • Official transcripts from the regionally accredited institution which granted the bachelor’s degree. WES or ECE evaluated if it is an international school
  • Letter of intent
  • Three [3] professional letters of recommendation
  • TOEFL/IELTS Scores if English is not your first language

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