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2 Master of Art Programs in Sports Studies

After earning an undergraduate degree, a student may choose to pursue a Master of Arts. This degree provides a critical education of a subject within the fields of the humanities, arts or social sciences, and it typically takes two years to complete. What is an MA in Sports Studies? Sports studies is the broad exploration of various sports-related interests such as sports journalism and management… Read more

After earning an undergraduate degree, a student may choose to pursue a Master of Arts. This degree provides a critical education of a subject within the fields of the humanities, arts or social sciences, and it typically takes two years to complete.

What is an MA in Sports Studies? Sports studies is the broad exploration of various sports-related interests such as sports journalism and management. This type of degree program is designed to offer an intensive study of sports within the context of culture, society and history to prepare students for careers in sports. Many sports studies programs offer specializations and elective courses to give students the opportunity to concentrate on a specific sports-related industry.

Many employers find that students in sports studies exhibit a combination of useful skills that can prove beneficial in a variety of industries. These students are often analytical and have strong communication skills. An additional perk is that students tend to learn effective organizational skills.

A master’s degree usually costs less to earn than an undergraduate degree, but the cost can vary depending on a few distinct factors. A degree from a private university usually costs more than one from a public school, and the location of the school can also play a role in determining tuition. Students should contact school admission offices for more information.

Students with an advanced degree in sports studies may find themselves able to secure high-paying management positions. Graduates may pursue careers in various sports-related industries such as sports business, athletic administration, coaching, broadcast media, event planning and event management. Some possible career positions include sports therapist, activities manager and exercise physiologist.

There are numerous programs around the world that offer an MA in Sports Studies. Many universities also allow students to take online or part-time courses. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This degree explores the origins and historical development of yoga and meditation in India and Tibet, from ancient times to the modern world. It would suit yoga/meditation te ... +

This degree explores the origins and historical development of yoga and meditation in India and Tibet, from ancient times to the modern world. It would suit yoga/meditation teachers, practitioners, students of religion as well as those with a background in psychology interested in mindfulness therapy. -
MA
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English
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Randolph College
Lynchburg, USA

In just one year, you will develop the skills and knowledge you will need to make a difference in the lives of athletes and be successful in future sport careers.

In just one year, you will develop the skills and knowledge you will need to make a difference in the lives of athletes and be successful in future sport careers. -
MA
English