Do you want to pursue a sport sciences degree in North Carolina? Discover the advantages of Wingate University’s sport management program. Dr. Teague and students working the Indy 500

Do you envision a career beyond playing? Add dimension to your dream and turn your passion into a rewarding career. With a bachelor’s degree from Wingate University, you learn the ins and outs of sport management.

While a sport sciences degree focuses on the science of sport, a sport management degree focuses on the business of sport. And the sport management major at Wingate gives you the opportunity to explore a variety of careers within the sport industry. Our hands-on approach to learning ensures students have the opportunity to experience a range of possible career paths.

Sport management majors enjoy a robust course of study in the classroom. They also put theory into practice with a three-credit-hour internship in the summer between their junior and senior years. This full-time internship working with industry professionals prepares you to transition from school to the workplace.

Interested in seeing where our students go when they graduate? Check out the Sport Management Student Achievement Data (PDF). The Wingate University sport management program has the distinction of being accredited by the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA). 

4 + 1 = The Fast Track

Our 4+1 Master of Arts in Sport Management (MASM) program is a combined undergraduate and graduate degree. This allows students to obtain their undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years. For qualified students, the 4+1 MASM program lets you use graduate-level sport management courses for certain undergraduate electives in your senior year. This means you get a head start on your graduate education and enter the job market with two degrees in hand.

Intrigued? Even if you’re looking for a sport sciences degree in North Carolina, stop by the Charles A. Cannon Athletic Complex so that we can talk with you about a future in sport management.

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