Master of Education in Sport Management
Available either on-campus or as a mixed-format program, the Millersville University M.Ed. in sport management is designed for students who wish to work in the exciting, global, and big business of sport management. The M.Ed. in sport management at Millersville prepares you for leadership in this dynamic profession. You earn credentials to help realize your career goals. You learn from faculty dedicated to teaching excellence. You network with leaders in sport. And you will join fellow alumni working in professional, collegiate, scholastic, and recreational sport and fitness.
Helping you achieve your goals is what Millersville's graduate programs are all about. The M.Ed. in sport management is comprehensive and convenient, consisting of 12 courses/36 credits with a choice of two concentrations: athletic management and athletic coaching. An undergraduate degree in sport management is NOT required.
Sport Management is an interdisciplinary degree including courses in management, law, marketing, education, and research. Students completing internships gain valuable career experience and contacts. Our excellent record of internship placement includes professional, collegiate, and scholastic sport experience as well as fitness and recreation placements. We work closely with students to assure an appropriate internship experience that matches their career goals.
While the M.Ed. in Sport Management program is offered on Millersville University’s main campus, it is also running as a cohort program beginning in late fall 2013 at the PASSHE Multi-University Center in Philadelphia. The M.Ed. in Sport Management cohort program is a two year program beginning in fall 2013 and finishing in summer 2015, with a planned graduation at the end of summer 2015. The program will be delivered with a mix of blended, face-to-face, and fully online courses. All face-to-face and blended courses will meet on the weekend and be held at the PASSHE Multi-University center in Center City at Mellon Independence Center on Market Street. The cohort will typically take two accelerated (7-week) courses per semester, with the exception of fall 2013 and winter 2014. The program will feature our regular full-time faculty who will be working closely with the cohort students throughout the program in a small learning community in the range of 15 - 20 students.
In addition to meeting regular University admission criteria, applicants for admission to the master's degree program in sport management must have an undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher, and achieve a satisfactory on either the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or on the general Graduate Record Exam (GRE). In exceptional circumstances, an applicant may be admitted on a probationary basis if his or her application GPA and/or standardized exam scores are below the expected standard.
Applicants who fail to achieve the minimum score may be required to re-take the MAT or GRE and achieve a satisfactory score.
Deadline dates: no deadline.The College of Graduate and Professional Studies will continue adding students to the fall 2013 Philadelphia cohort up to a maximum of 20 students.
Interview: not required.
Fall 2013/Spring 2014 Costs
Graduate Student Total Per Credit Cost:
Graduate PA Resident Tuition, General fee and Technology fee
Graduate Non-Resident Tuition, General fee and Technology fee
Graduate Non-Resident Tuition, General fee and Technology feeonline programs(MSEM and Gifted Certificate)
PA Resident Tuition
PA Non-Resident Tuition
Non-Residentonline programs(MSEM and Gifted Certificate) Tuition
General Fee (required fee)*
$101 – per credit (up to 11 credits)
$50.50 – per credit online programs (MSEM and Gifted Certificate)
$1,213.50 maximum – (12 or more credits)
Tuition Technology Fee (required fee)*
PA Resident $21 per credit
Non-Resident $31 per credit
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Last updated August 1, 2017