Read More About Lena Kim
I feel like it's the most unique school on campus; from the majors that are available in the School of Kinesiology, you get such a diverse group of individuals.
Read More About Cierra Godsey
I am so hard on myself and if I do something, I do it to the fullest. I applied for that next semester, with the brain injury from three months prior, and I took 16 credit hours.
Read More About Melissa Pick Burnazian
Being at a large university can feel daunting, but within the School of Kinesiology, you sense this supportive and welcoming environment.
Read More About Ha-Eun Nam
The Sport Management program has opened my eyes to the different aspects of the sporting industry. It has also allowed me to begin networking and taking advantage of all of the endless opportunities within the program.
Many of our graduates work at national sport organizations; big agencies; and industry-leading organizations like ESPN, the NCAA, The New York Times, Under Armour. Others pursue post-graduate studies in business, law, accounting, and urban planning.
Our SM centers research how sport can promote economic and urban development and positive social change. They also also bridge theory and practice with innovative research in the business of sport, including marketing, sponsorship, new media, gaming, and sport industry organizations.