Sport Management Kinesiology Masters Online
HBU Online Learning Program
The Master of Science degree in Kinesiology: Sport Management is designed to develop advanced critical-thinking skills with an emphasis on applying ethical decision-making and social responsibility to the decision-making process. Graduates of this program will possess necessary knowledge and tools for advanced and specialized roles in the sports and business profession.
Several sport scholars have asserted that sport is closely intertwined with key aspects of our economic climate, including marketing, advertising, tourism, television and technology. The sport industry is experiencing strong growth at multiple levels. The professional and supporting areas of the sport industry have, in turn, been forced to follow suit. In order to keep pace with this growing industry, there is a market need to train more professionals in sport management. The Master of Science in Kinesiology: Sport Management from HBU will allow students to be prepared for these more innovative and specialized roles within the sport business industry.
Graduation: Requirements for a degree in Master of Science in Kinesiology include completion of the degree plan
with either the thesis or non-thesis option plus completion of all HBU Graduate School criteria.
View the Degree Completion Plan.
Official Transcripts – Official transcripts should be sent directly to The Online Graduate School from the college or university that awarded your bachelor’s degree. Transcripts from any additional coursework since that time should also be submitted.
References – Applicants must provide contact information for two (2) references on their application. References must be professional or academic contacts. Friends and family members should not be listed as references
Resume/CV – Email a current resume or CV to The Online Graduate School at OnlineVerification@HBU.edu.
Interview Required – An interview may be required.
Houston Baptist University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, graduate and doctoral degrees.